“I am convinced that, together with a strong partner such as Wizz Air, it will be possible to quickly return to the statistics from before the pandemic” – said Radosław Włoszek. József Váradi stated: “We are planning a 50% increase in the offer of the 2022 summer network, as compared to the current winter network. It is an extremely important undertaking for our employees, contractors and, of course, passengers. This is the main reason I have visited Poland, which is a strategic market for our airlines. We want to develop this market in the future.“
In May 2019, the Hungarian carrier Wizz Air opened its base at Kraków airport. Since then, it has already carried 1 332 767 passengers from/to Kraków Airport. In November, we were visited by József Váradi, CEO of Wizz Air, who had a meeting with Radosław Włoszek, the President of the Management Board of Kraków Airport, and the local media. This visit was a summary of almost three years of cooperation with Kraków Airport, as well as an opportunity to talk about the future, i.e. a joint plan to rebuild the #flyKRK network.