Flashmob Brightens Up Budapest Airport

  • 19 May 2020 7:48 AM
Flashmob Brightens Up Budapest Airport
50 flight attendants from one of Europe's leading low-cost airlines, Wizz Air, danced together recently at the increasingly busy Liszt Ferenc International Airport.

More and more airlines are starting to fly to the Hungarian capital again, with Wizz Air one of the first to restart - still they are only operating 10-15 per cent of their flights.

Wizz Air is said to be financially stable compared to other airlines in Europe, and didn't need to ask for government help.

However they did cut costs, and had to let around 1000 of their staff go - so no wonder the ones that remain are dancing around you might say.

Source & more:
EuroNews

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