This Abu Dhabi Airline Is Offering Flight Tickets For Less Than Taxi Rides

by Ishita Agarwal
This Abu Dhabi Airline Is Offering Flight Tickets For Less Than Taxi Rides

The newest Abu Dhabi Airline is seeking regulatory approval before launching service to India. Meanwhile, Wizz Air Abu Dhabi will resume flights to Sri Lanka beginning next month as part of its expansion into the vital South Asia market. Michael Berlouis, Managing Director of Wizz Air Abu Dhabi, remarked on the sidelines of Arabian Travel Market, “India is a priority for us; however, there are regulatory clearances that we need to update before we can do so.” 

Oil Price Anxiety For Abu Dhabi Airlines

Now that the epidemic’s impacts are diminishing, airline executives are more concerned about the oil prices. As a result, the Abu Dhabi airline intends to mitigate rising jet fuel costs with a very fuel-efficient fleet.

The Airbus A321neo is 20% more efficient than the previous generation of narrow-body aircraft, according to Berlouis. Wizz Air now has four aircraft in its fleet, with four more anticipated before the end of the year. Middle Eastern airline executives anticipate that 2023 will be the year of complete recovery. Wizz Air Abu Dhabi, which was founded during the epidemic, has used the two-year economic downturn to expand into new markets.

Since its inception in January 2021, the airline has added over 34 destinations and flown over 1,080 flights. “Many individuals were unable to travel not just because of the epidemic, but also because of the cost,” added Berlouis. For example, we offer flights to Tel Aviv for less than the cost of a cab from Abu Dhabi to Dubai. 



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There Will Be No More Limitations

Berlouis feels that a return to ‘first-wave restrictions’ throughout the globe is less conceivable. Even though the number of cases in China is increasing, causing the Chinese authorities to implement severe lockdowns. According to the UAE’s Ministry of Health, “the country is in an extraordinarily good position because to the high immunization rates and the fact that the globe is generally moving away from Covid first-wave limitations and more towards vaccines.” 

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