Wizz Air is hoping to raise €150 million ($170.7 million) from a fresh initial public offering (IPO) attempt after aborting plans to float on the London Stock Exchange last June. Wizz Air first outlined plans to list Last May, but ditched them at the last minute because of weak market conditions. At the time, it expected to raise €200 million from the flotation. Last November, Wizz Air CEO Jozsef Varadi told ATW he would revisit the market when it was in “good shape,” ...

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