Under József Váradi’s leadership, Budapest-based Wizz Air has fought off fierce competition to become Eastern Europe’s leading budget carrier. With 110 Airbus A321neos on order, supporting its plan to nearly double in size by 2019, newly listed Wizz is positioning itself as the ultra low-cost carrier to be reckoned with. What has surprised you over the past year and what are you working on now? I don’t think we’ve been surprised by the business, but ...

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