Wizz Air November Load Factor Rises 7.9ppts To 76.1%

European low-cost airline Wizz Air Holdings Plc (WIZZ.L), on Thursday, said it carried 2,172,000 passengers at a load factor of 76.1% in November 2021. This compares to 456,487 passengers at a load factor of 68.2% reported in November 2020.

For the rolling 12 months to 30 November 2021, load factor was 74.3% , 3.6ppts lower than 77.9% reported during the comparable period a year ago.

Further, Wizz Air said its CO2 emissions in grams per passenger/km were 8.4% lower in the month of November compared to the same month of last year, reflecting improved load factors.

For the rolling 12 months to 30 November 2021, CO2 emissions stood at 66.2 grams per passenger/km, up 1.6% compared to the previous year's 65.1 grams per passenger/km.

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