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Wizz Air's fleet expansion plans lift off

Wizz Air is going against the industry trend of capacity cuts and network and fleet contractions as it continues its rapid expansion recently, signing a Memorandum of Understanding for 50 A320s valued at USD3.8 billion at the Paris Air Show this month. The LCC’s most recent aircraft order takes its total order for the aircraft to 132 and well on its way to realising its target of doubling its fleet to 42 aircraft by 2011 and 82 aircraft by 2014.

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