Airbus will operate the A321 aircraft in Cardiff and expand its network with nine new routes.
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Wis Air continues to expand in the UK, with the UK subsidiary opening a new base at Cardiff Airport, which will be the fourth largest in the country, along with London Luton and Gatwick and Doncaster Sheffield, the airline said on Thursday.
According to the announcement, the aircraft will operate Airbus A321 aircraft in Cardiff and expand its network with nine new routes.
Wis Air’s first Welsh base at Cardiff Airport is a major investment in the region, generating more than 40 direct and more than 250 indirect jobs, and linking Wales with nine popular holiday destinations to boost the local economy by generating more than 350,000 Cardiff Airport annual traffic. Passengers, they write.
They emphasize that the announcement marks a continuation of the aircraft’s latest expansion strategy.
With the introduction of 9 new routes from Cardiff Airport, Wis Air now operates 132 routes from 11 UK airports.
Owen Jones, CEO of Wis Air Britain, said in a statement that the Welsh expansion would bring the region into the air.
Discounted airline Wis Air currently operates 134 Airbus A320 and A321 aircraft, selected by 40 million passengers in the fiscal year ended March 31, 2020.
Wis Air is listed on the London Stock Exchange.