Wizz Air continued its recovery posting revenue of €408.4 million for the third quarter ending December 31, 2021 – an increase of 172.5% over the prior-year quarter. The airline reported an operating loss for the quarter of €213.6 million, which the CEO József Váradi blamed on continuing travel restrictions.  Despite the Omicron threat, passenger numbers for the reporting period also rose to 7.8 million with a load factor of 77.7%. “Wizz Air continued its recovery during the third quarter of F22 and well exceeded 2019 passenger and capacity levels in the peak holiday traveling period, despite the emergence of the Omicron variant.

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