Will Wizz Air compensate hundreds of passengers?

Will Wizz Air compensate hundreds of passengers?

Claims totaling tens of thousands of pounds remain unsettled as Wizz Air UKclaims that it does not in fact have any presence in the UK and therefore has nothing to do with the district court's decisions.

Wizz Air — popular low-cost airline headquartered in Hungary. It quickly spread throughout Europe, and now operates in Abu Dhabi and even flies to Saudi Arabia.

The British “daughter” Wizz Air was created in 2017 to maintain access to the United Kingdom after Brexit by becoming a local flag carrier. The company is registered in the UK with a commercial address at Luton Airport.

Wizz Air UKofficially launched in May 2018 with flights from London Luton and has expanded its fleet from 8 to 11 Airbus A320 series aircraft.

Over the past four and a half years, the company has carried more than 15 million passengers and is currently operating 69 flights to 30 countries, becoming the largest at Luton Airport.

However, despite the airline's seemingly obvious presence in the UK, the bailiffs sent to seize funds and other assets as part of the enforcement of court decisions have not returned with how. According to them, Wizz Air UK does not in fact have any staff, offices or assets at the company's registered address.

As a result, many thousands of pounds of county court orders remain unfulfilled.

< p>Court records detailing unpaid claims are piling up with stacks of new pages.

Increasingly, there are calls for the Civil Aviation Authority to intervene and resolve the problem situation.

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