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Friedrich Joussen told the BBC in an interview that the company was “confident” and “optimistic” that people could have a decent summer as rollout programmes in the UK, the US, and now across Europe gather pace.
LONDON (Reuters) -Hungarian low cost airline Wizz Air forecast flying would only recover gradually into late summer, as the travel industry enters a second year of pandemic restrictions. Wizz Air said on Thursday it thought the pace of the travel recovery would pick-up as national vaccination programmes made progress in its key markets, which include Hungary, Britain, Poland and Italy. The British government disappointed airlines and consumers last Friday when it failed to say when travel could restart and which countries would be on its green list of low-risk destinations.
Wizz Air, the low-cost carrier, has warned it expects only a slow recovery in flying in the late summer, in a sign that travel restrictions are on course to wreak havoc with airlines’ peak season. The Hungarian airline forecasts travel demand to pick up across Europe following “a period of good progress of national vaccination plans” in the coming months, but until then is flying only a handful of routes where there is strong demand.