Wizz Air, as the holder of the biggest aircraft fleet, is the flag carrier airline company in Hungary and its main flight base is Katowice Airport. As an EU carrier, Wizz Air is under the umbrella of EU Regulation 261/2004 and commits its passengers to compansate in case of a flight disruption as shown below.
Besides flight compensation, you have the right to claim for your reasonable expenses including accomodation and trasfer from/to the airport arising from the flight disruption.
Wizz Air was founded in 2003 by Wizz Air Holdings Plc in Hungary. Wizz Air’s headquarters are currently located in Budapest and the main base in Katowice International Airport. Wizz Air is not a star alliance member. The company has 3 stars on Skytrax rating. József Váradi leads the company as the CEO. Its subsidiaries include Jambojet, Kenya Airfreight Handling Limited, African Cargo Handling Ltd. and Africa Cargo Handling Limited.
It has declared € 1,050,000,000 in revenue. Wizz Air offers service to 117 destinations in 44 countries.
Wizz Air’s fleet consists of Airbus A320 model aircrafts. The average age of the fleet is 4.8 years. The youngest aircrafts are the Airbus A321 at 1.5 years old. They rank 14 among 116 airlines operating this type of aircraft. The most common aircraft in the fleet is the Airbus A320 with 68 of them at hand. They rank 78 among 259 airlines operating this type of aircraft.