Wizz Air has stated it expects to have misplaced round €570-590 million over the past 12 months within the wake of the Covid-19 pandemic.
Nevertheless, the low-cost service stated it nonetheless had round €1,615 million available on the finish of March, and was effectively positioned to learn from any restoration within the journey sector.
József Váradi, Wizz Air chief government, commented: “Regardless of the continued affect of the pandemic, we’re well-prepared with one of many strongest stability sheets within the airline business, flying one of many youngest and best fleets and having a well-defined, confirmed enterprise mannequin.
“Our agility and relentless concentrate on prices and money are important aggressive benefits.
“Our community enlargement and the investments we’ve got made in our fleet over the previous 12 months ensures we’re effectively positioned for a return to regular operations, and we’re satisfied we at the moment are even higher positioned to be a structural winner within the European aviation sector.”
Wizz stated it anticipated a “gradual” restoration into the summer season.
Within the quick time period, the airline stated it continues to actively alter capability to journey circumstances with a concentrate on money contribution constructive flying, and because of this continues to assessment plane allocation on a market-by-market foundation as alternatives come up.
Wizz Air stated it could launch the total outcomes on June 2nd and was not ready to supply steerage on 2021/22 because of the continued uncertainty across the Covid-19 pandemic.