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Wizz Air passenger numbers rise to 7.8m despite Omicron fears

Figure for three months to December leaves Hungary-based airline cautiously optimistic for recovery

More passengers took Wizz Air flights over the Christmas period despite the rise of the Omicron variant, and the carrier said it was cautiously optimistic about the continued recovery of air travel during the spring.

The budget airline reported it carried 7.8 million passengers during the three months to the end of December, even more than it did in 2019 before the coronavirus pandemic, while its planes were more than three-quarters (77%) full.

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