Wizz Air to reinstate pilot salaries to pre-pandemic levels

Wizz Air, a Hungarian low-cost carrier, announced that it will reinstate, starting October 1, pilot salaries to pre-pandemic levels. Moreover, the airline manifested its plan to hire 200 pilots and 800 cabin crew members by December 2021 and to increase its Airbus fleet size to 500 by 2030.

Mike Delehant, Executive Vice President and Chief Group Operations Officer said: “There is no doubt the past year has been challenging for the industry, but we are proud to announce today that we are one of the first airlines to reinstate pilot salaries to pre-pandemic levels.”

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