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Wizz Air expands UK service

Low-cost carried Wizz Air has decided that it should increase the frequency of its flights between London and Hungary.

The airline will start increase the number of flights it offers between Luton and the Hungarian capital Budapest to nine in the future, representing a 12.5 per cent increase in service.

This growth is part of a general expansion from the eastern European airline, which will also increase the frequency of flights to Rome, Paris and Eindhoven.

A statement on the company's website read: "Wizz Air has recently taken delivery of its 13th new Airbus A320 aircraft as part of the earlier announced fleet expansion plan for up to 53 A320s by 2012.

"As part of its growth plan the airline would open its 7th new base in Poznan (Poland) in January 2008 and launch new routes."

Wizz Air is a Polish/Hungarian airline which has its main base in Katowice in Poland. It flies to a number of UK airports, including Luton, Stansted, Bournemouth, Coventry, Liverpool, Doncaster Sheffield, Durham Tees Valley and Glasgow Prestwick.

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