Who is Wizz Air Abu Dhabi?
It is a joint venture that began last March between the Abu Dhabi Development Holding Company, known as the holding (ADQ), and Hungary’s Waze Air for Economic Aviation, according to the Abu Dhabi Development Company’s statement on its website.
The project relies on operating flights in Europe, the Middle East, Asia and Africa, according to the same statement.
The company was supposed to start its flights on October 1, and then decided to postpone twice, the first to October 16 and the second to November 15 due to travel restrictions due to the Coronavirus pandemic, according to a report by the UAE newspaper The National in September.
Wizz Air Abu Dhabi will be the sixth airline of the Emirates, along with Emirates Airlines, Etihad Airways, Air Arabia, flydubai and Arabia Abu Dhabi Aviation, according to the National report.
Waze Air: A Hungarian low-cost airline, founded in 2003, flies to more than 140 destinations in 44 countries, according to the company’s website and its official Facebook account.
Abu Dhabi Developmental Holding: Abu Dhabi-based Emirati company was founded in 2018, according to the company’s website.
(Prepared by: Shady Amir, Shady is a journalist for Reuters)
(Editing by Yasmine Saleh, for contact: [email protected])
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