Central European low-cost carrier (LCC) Wizz Air reported net profits of €15.6 million ($17 million) for 3Q 2015, a drop of 20.9% on the same quarter a year previously. Revenue increased 17.3% to €310 million. Particularly noticeable in the latter figure was the rise in ancillary revenues compared to the year-ago period, up 25.8% to €123 million; ticket revenues rose 12.4% to €187 million. Unit costs, meanwhile, fell by 7.4% to 3.4 euro cents per ASK for the comparative ...

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