LONDON (Reuters) - Hungarian low cost airline Wizz Air said passenger numbers were down 85% in November compared to the same month last year as restrictions related to the pandemic prolonged the travel slump.
Wizz said on Wednesday that its November capacity was 79%lower and during the month it carried 456,000 passengers compared to the the 3 million it flew in November 2019. Flights this month had a load factor of 68%.
Reporting by Sarah Young, editing by Estelle Shirbon
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