Wizz Air Holdings Plc

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Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Wizz Air Holdings Plc LSE:WIZZ London Ordinary Share JE00BN574F90 ORD GBP0.0001
  Price Change % Change Share Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  70.00 2.64% 2,725.00 2,159,494 16:35:16
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2,715.00 2,719.00 2,766.00 2,623.00 2,711.00
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Air Transport, Scheduled 1,663.40 -631.80 -613.00 - 2,811.06
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Posted at 02/6/2023 07:50 by 31337 c0d3r
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Wizz Air Holdings PLC

02 June 2023



Ticker: WIZZ

Geneva, 2 June 2023: Wizz Air Holdings Plc ("Wizz Air"), the fastest growing and one of the most sustainable European airline s , today announces passenger and CO(2) emission statistics for May 2023.

In May 2023, Wizz Air carried 5,026,575 passengers, representing a 22.1% increase compared to May 2022, at a load factor of 90.2%.

Wizz Air continued to grow its network and improve its customer offering in May, including:

-- Wizz Air announced significant growth in the Polish market, adding the 11 (th) aircraft to its Warsaw base and further expanding its route network from other Polish bases. New routes will include: Gdansk to Copenhagen, Tenerife and Alicante ; Katowice to Copenhagen and Alicante ; and Wroclaw , Malaga and Krakow to Valencia ;

-- Wizz Air announced further expansion from Albania, allocating another aircraft to its Tirana base (11(th) aircraft). This newest addition is enabling the launch of three unique direct routes to Bremen , Valencia and Thessaloniki, as well as increased frequencies on ten other routes ;

-- Wizz Air announced the launching of two new routes from London Gatwick airport to Prague and Hurghada. It also announced an addition of 800,000 seats to Catania, Italy, adding a fourth aircraft to the base, which will serve seven new routes and add frequencies to nine existing ones;

-- Wizz Air announced further expansion from North Macedonia, allocating a sixth aircraft to the base in Skopje. Scheduled for the upcoming autumn and winter, Wizz Air will launch two new routes from Skopje, while increasing frequencies on nine existing routes;

-- Wizz Air announced that it operated five flights from Budapest Airport with a 37% blend of Neste MY Sustainable Aviation Fuel(TM) produced from renewable waste and residue raw materials supplied by MOL, an oil and gas company based in Hungary. This project supports efforts to reduce CO(2) emissions and prepares the fuel supply system at Budapest Airport ahead of EU SAF blending mandates;

-- Wizz Air continuously operates the lowest CO(2) emissions per passenger/km among all competitor airlines, with 52.9 grams per passenger/km for the rolling 12 months to 31 May 2023. For the month of May, CO(2) emissions were 52.1 grams per passenger/km (8.9% lower compared to same month last year).

Posted at 31/5/2023 23:16 by tergifts
Good Interview - Wizz making profit and Growing - 360 Aircraft On Order , 180 in the Air. Capacity 70% up on pre-pandemic.

Just need Wizz to not make as bad a loss as forecast and give us an indication of some good times ahead.


Posted at 26/5/2023 11:07 by tergifts
arja you are correct not without risk, that's for us to try to pick the good from the bad ,first a move to 3300 is OK.
But not an optimist, just on this, my time scale can be much longer, ideally 3 months but possibly 6.5 Years. Wizz have apparently hedged now at 74USD (Ish) so Oil shouldn't be as significant as it was.

I peg Wizz as a survivor and think Varadi is very similar to Oleary, fighting for every penny ,stopping unions, ditching non performing airports. When I see reports of people not getting their claims of £2000 for travelling from London to Newcastle in a taxi and Wizz holding CCJ claim money, as a share holder is this bad?. Wizz is a no frills airline, is is going to put off travellers.

The rise to 4800 is in the charts

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Posted at 16/12/2022 14:33 by angus mcoatup
The UK Civil Aviation Authority has expressed significant concerns to Wizz Air over high volumes of Alternative Dispute Resolution (ADR) complaints and delays in paying passengers what they are owed.Latest quarterly complaints data published by the Civil Aviation Authority shows that Wizz Air ranked as clearly the worst airline for complaints escalated to either ADR schemes or the regulator's in-house complaints team in the third quarter of 2022, with 811 complaints per million passengers. With the exception of Royal Brunei Airlines which has 555 complaints per million passengers, other airlines had less than half as many complaints, and many significantly less.The regulator also recently questioned the time Wizz Air was taking to process claims received directly from passengers, and the large number of County Court Judgements (CCJs) which have been found against Wizz Air and remain unpaid. The UK Civil Aviation Authority has been clear with Wizz Air that this is an unacceptable way to treat passengers and that it is imperative for the issues to be tackled urgently. Wizz Air has acknowledged and expressed regret over these problems and has committed to the Civil Aviation Authority that it will clear the backlogs of claims and outstanding ADR payments by Christmas. Wizz Air is also working to identify and conclude all outstanding CCJs. The Civil Aviation Authority will continue to monitor progress.
Posted at 04/11/2022 14:07 by sanks
Don't worry, they'll be able to buy mine at £46 soon.
Easy peezy trade.



London, 4 November 2022: Wizz Air, Europe's fastest growing airline, has been named Global Environmental Sustainability Airline Group of the Year at the inaugural CAPA (Centre for Aviation) Asia Aviation Summit and Sustainability Expo in Singapore. The airline also received recognition as the EMEA Environmental Sustainability Airline of the Year.


The CAPA Environmental Sustainability Awards for Excellence recognise airlines and airports who put climate change at the forefront of their business and strive for carbon neutrality. The awards are independently researched by CAPA's analysts and carbon reduction strategists, Envest Global. CAPA, part of the Aviation Week Network, is one of the world's most trusted sources of market intelligence for the aviation and travel industry.


Wizz Air is proud to have the lowest CO2 emissions per passenger kilometre in Europe and is committed to further reducing its CO2 emissions by 25% by 2030. As part of its ambitious fleet renewal plan, the airline has been continuously adding new Airbus A321neo aircraft to its fleet and currently operates one of the youngest and most fuel-efficient fleets in the world, with an average age of 4.6 years. Wizz Air is the biggest operator of the Airbus A321neo in Europe and has one of the largest standalone order books globally of over 370 state-of-the-art Airbus A321neo aircraft, which will help the airline to meet its sustainability targets. On top of fleet renewal, the operational teams are constantly working on fuel efficiency initiatives and improving the related data science.


József Váradi, Chief Executive Officer of Wizz Air, said: "We are truly honoured to receive this prestigious recognition by CAPA, naming Wizz Air as the most environmentally sustainable airline not only in Europe but also globally. When it comes to decarbonising aviation, Wizz Air is laser focused on the technology and innovations available here and now. We are confident that by investing in the most modern aircraft and engines we will be able to continuously reduce passengers' carbon footprint and deliver the targeted CO2 intensity decrease by 2030 and beyond. We stay committed to making Wizz Air the most environmentally efficient choice of air travel."


Posted at 02/11/2022 07:12 by sanks
Outstanding Numbers!!
Like I said.. this is an easy ride towards £32-£46....
If it breaks that £54 area.. we could easily see £90!!!

Hope this helps


Geneva, 2 November 2022: Wizz Air Holdings Plc ("Wizz Air"), the fastest-growing and one of the most sustainable European airlines, today announces passenger and CO2 emission statistics for October 2022.

In October 2022, Wizz Air carried 4,528,592 passengers, representing a 52.1% increase compared to October 2021, at a load factor of 87.8%.

Wizz Air continued to grow its network and improve its customer offering in October, including:

· Wizz Air UK announced a mixture of year-round and seasonal routes launching from October 2022 onwards, with four routes from London Luton, and five from Gatwick Airport.

· Wizz Air UK has also celebrated carrying a total of 15 million passengers on its routes from London Luton Airport since the opening of the base in 2017. Since that time, Wizz Air UK has continued to expand at the airport, and now operates 69 routes to 30 countries in Europe and beyond.

· Wizz Air celebrated the arrival of its 170th Airbus aircraft. The arrival of new A321neo strengthens Wizz Air's position as the largest operator of this aircraft type in Europe.

· Wizz Air Abu Dhabi has launched an exciting new route from Abu Dhabi to the ancient city of Samarkand, Uzbekistan and has also operated its first flight to Maldives, a famous traveler hotspot.

· Wizz Air continuously operates amongst the lowest CO2 emissions per passenger/km amongst all competitor airlines, with 56.9 grams per passenger/km for the rolling 12 months to 31 October 2022. For the month of October CO2 emissions were 54.1 grams per passenger/km (12.2% lower compared to same month last year).

Posted at 04/7/2022 07:21 by elsssworth
June load factor up massively!.. and new routes continuously being added!!
Order of the day keep buying in nobby titty batches.. then seem them all to over of the mugs at £56

Hope this helps

04 July 2022



4 July 2022:
Wizz Air Holdings Plc ("Wizz Air"), the fastest-growing and one of the most sustainable European airlines, today announces passenger and CO2 emission statistics for June 2022.

In June 2022, Wizz Air carried 4,340,115 passengers, representing a 179% increase compared to June 2021, at a load factor of 86.1%.

Wizz Air continued to grow its network and improve its customer offering in June, including:

· Wizz Air has signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with Airbus to explore the potential for hydrogen-powered aircraft operations. The cooperation will allow Wizz Air to analyse the potential for highly efficient, ultra-low-cost hydrogen powered operations.

· Wizz Air also announced it will be returning to a systemic jet fuel hedge policy. Given the sustained and ongoing volatility in commodity prices Wizz Air has decided to reinstate a hedging policy and will be aligning it to those of its peers. More detail on this announcement can be found at the following link: hxxps://ir.q4europe.com/Solutions/WizzAir/2372/newsArticle.aspx?storyid=15459350

· Wizz Air announced launching of new routes to Dammam, the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia from Rome, Vienna and Abu Dhabi. The new routes are a step towards a growing presence in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, which will offer affordable, point-to-point travel for tourists and residents in the Kingdom, Europe and the UAE.

Posted at 16/6/2022 09:59 by time for common sense
RETURN TO SYSTEMIC JET FUEL HEDGINGLSE: WIZZ Geneva, 16 June 2022: Wizz Air Holdings Plc ("Wizz Air" or "the Company"), the fastest growing and one of the most sustainable European airlines, today announces it will be returning to a systemic jet fuel hedge policy. During the earlier phases of the Covid-19 crisis, key players in the airline industry, including Wizz Air, were severely impacted with significant financial hedge losses. As a result, during that time and as agreed with its Board of Directors, Wizz Air moved to a no hedge policy to avoid hedge losses in the future. In Europe however, key competitors continued to hedge, albeit at lower coverage levels versus pre-pandemic. Given the sustained and ongoing volatility in commodity prices Wizz Air has decided to reinstate a hedging policy and aligning its policy to those of its peers. As a result, the Company will: 1. Mirror hedge coverage levels of our main peers as of F24 - leveling the playing field on jet fuel prices.2. Put additional jet fuel price caps in place for H2 F23 - limiting the exposure for the Company should further extreme volatility in jet fuel prices be observed in market. This revised policy was approved by the Board and will be executed over the next few weeks, and the systemic hedge policy will be rolled forward quarterly, 18 months out, with coverage levels over time reaching indicatively between 65% for the first quarter of the hedging horizon and 15% for the last quarter of the hedging horizon. The Company will equally hedge transactional USD exposure with regards to jet fuel. József Váradi, Wizz Air Group Chief Executive Officer commented on the results: "Wizz Air has a superior competitive advantage on its fleet, enabling lower operating cost and lower fuel burn versus any major player in the industry. Equally Wizz Air has a sustainable competitive advantage given its exposure to a faster growing CEE footprint, characterized by higher GDP growth and market growth. To fully benefit from our key sustainable competitive advantages, Wizz Air will return to neutralizing fuel price as a competitive differentiator. This will allow us to focus on what we are best at - attracting consumers into our franchise at the lowest fares versus competition, enabled by lowest cost, operated by the youngest fleet in a fast growing region." ABOUT WIZZ AIRWizz Air, Europe's fastest growing and most sustainable ultra-low-cost airline, operates a fleet of 154 Airbus A320 and A321 aircraft. A team of dedicated aviation professionals delivers superior service and very low fares, making Wizz Air the preferred choice of 40 million passengers in the financial year F20 ending 31 March, 2020 and 27.1 million passengers in the financial year F22 ending 31 March 2022. Wizz Air is listed on the London Stock Exchange under the ticker WIZZ. The company was recently named one of the world's top ten safest airlines by airlineratings.com, the world's only safety and product rating agency, and 2020 Airline of the Year by ATW, the most coveted honour an airline or individual can receive, recognizing individuals and organizations that have distinguished themselves through outstanding performance, innovation, and superior service. Wizz Air was also rated the most sustainable airline in Europe by Sustainalytics in January 2022.
Posted at 04/3/2022 13:41 by tergifts
Hi Ochs
I think it may also be that Wizz's fuel is not hedged.
Wizz could put a fuel surcharge on before long as I think many will,
but they may not as Wizz still seem keen on putting pressure on other airlines to gain premium slots. Obviously Ryanair who I think are 80% hedged may benefit more and easyjet 50%. But then their Share price hasn't dropped by 40% in recent weeks.

Don't think a Merger is on as Wizz share price has dropped too much and MkCap now lower than easyjet and it was an all share offer

Posted at 15/3/2021 07:49 by ochs
Ok so there have been 5 separate Director sales (including CEO and COO) in the past few weeks, the latest being £0.5m worth of shares from the COO on Thursday. That should tell us everything we need to know about the current Wizz share price.
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