WIZZ.L - Wizz Air Holdings Plc

LSE - LSE Delayed price. Currency in GBp
3,465.00
+236.00 (+7.31%)
At close: 4:40PM BST
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Previous close3,229.00
Open3,274.00
Bid3,150.00 x 23900
Ask4,000.00 x 34300
Day's range3,260.00 - 3,480.00
52-week range2,220.00 - 3,825.00
Volume601,869
Avg. volume363,219
Market cap2.52B
Beta-0.17
PE ratio (TTM)14.45
EPS (TTM)239.80
Earnings dateN/A
Forward dividend & yieldN/A (N/A)
Ex-dividend dateN/A
1y target est36.49
  • Should Wizz Air Holdings Plc’s (LON:WIZZ) Recent Earnings Decline Worry You?
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    Should Wizz Air Holdings Plc’s (LON:WIZZ) Recent Earnings Decline Worry You?

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  • Wizz Air profit flies as bigger planes keep costs down
    Reuters2 days ago

    Wizz Air profit flies as bigger planes keep costs down

    Budget airline Wizz Air sees profit soaring again this year as bigger, more efficient A321 planes help it to keep costs down, putting it on course to outshine larger rival Ryanair which is more pessimistic about prospects. Wizz, which mainly serves passengers in central and eastern Europe, said on Thursday that profit could climb as much as 24 percent in the 12 months to the end of next March, boosting its shares by 4.5 percent. By contrast Europe's biggest low cost airline Ryanair said this week that its profits would fall for the first time in five years, hit by higher fuel and staffing costs and flat fares.

  • Reuters - UK Focus2 days ago

    Wizz Air profit flies as bigger planes keep costs down

    Budget airline Wizz Air (Frankfurt: WI2.F - news) sees profit soaring again this year as bigger, more efficient A321 planes help it to keep costs down, putting it on course to outshine larger rival Ryanair which is more pessimistic about prospects. Wizz, which mainly serves passengers in central and eastern Europe, said on Thursday that profit could climb as much as 24 percent in the 12 months to the end of next March, boosting its shares by 4.5 percent. By contrast Europe's biggest low cost airline Ryanair said this week that its profits would fall for the first time in five years, hit by higher fuel and staffing costs and flat fares.

  • Reuters - UK Focus3 days ago

    Wizz Air profit up 22 pct, confident of more growth

    Budget airline Wizz Air (Frankfurt: WI2.F - news) posted a 22 percent rise in annual profit and guided that profit would grow by at least 13 percent in its current financial year, as its cheap ticket prices continued to stimulate the market in eastern Europe. Wizz, which focuses on flights in central and Eastern Europe, on Thursday reported net profit of 275 million euros, at the higher end of a guided range of 265 million euros to 280 million euros, in the 12 months to March 31. For the current financial year, it guided that profit would be in the range of 310 million euros to 340 million euros.

  • Alitalia nationalisation would be tricky, sale process must go on - minister
    Reuters4 days ago

    Alitalia nationalisation would be tricky, sale process must go on - minister

    ROME (Reuters) - Italy should not push to nationalise insolvent airline Alitalia and the government should not drop the sale process that already attracted interest from other carriers, Industry Minister ...

  • Reuters - UK Focus4 days ago

    Alitalia nationalisation would be tricky, sale process must go on -minister

    Italy should not push to nationalise insolvent airline Alitalia and the government should not drop the sale process that already attracted interest from other carriers, Industry Minister Carlo Calenda ...

  • Reuters - UK Focus9 days ago

    Italy's 5-Star, League plan to halt Alitalia sale

    The anti-establishment 5-Star Movement and the far-right League plan to halt the sale of Italy's insolvent national airline Alitalia (Stuttgart: 2278962.SG - news) , which has already received three offers, the League's economics chief Claudio Borghi said on Thursday. A draft obtained by Reuters of the two parties' joint programme -- intended to be the basis of a coalition government -- said Alitalia needs to be "relaunched" and that Italy must maintain a "competitive national carrier".

  • Italy's 5-Star, League plan to halt sale of Alitalia - League economics chief
    Reuters9 days ago

    Italy's 5-Star, League plan to halt sale of Alitalia - League economics chief

    The anti-establishment 5-Star Movement and the far-right League plan to halt the sale of Italy's insolvent national airline Alitalia, the League's economics chief Claudio Borghi said on Thursday. The former centre-left government has been seeking a buyer for Alitalia for the last year, but the sale process was delayed as a result of uncertainty over the March 4 election, which ended in a hung parliament.

  • Reuters24 days ago

    Wizz Air granted UK licence to shore up flying rights ahead of Brexit

    Hungary-based budget airline Wizz Air (WIZZ.L) has shored up its post-Brexit flying rights after UK authorities granted its British subsidiary Wizz Air an Air Operator's Certificate (AOC). Flying rights are currently governed by EU-wide deals and because it is not part of the World Trade Organization, the aviation sector has no natural fallback scheme to protect flights if there is no deal between Britain and the European Union on arrangements after Britain leaves the bloc. Wizz Air, whose main operations are in central and eastern Europe, said its UK subsidiary Wizz Air UK would be based at London's Luton Airport and fly 8 Airbus A320 and A321 aircraft.

  • Reuters - UK Focus24 days ago

    Wizz Air granted UK licence to shore up flying rights ahead of Brexit

    Hungary-based budget airline Wizz Air has shored up its post-Brexit flying rights after UK authorities granted its British subsidiary Wizz Air (Frankfurt: WI2.F - news) an Air Operator's Certificate (AOC). Flying rights are currently governed by EU-wide deals and because it is not part of the World Trade Organization, the aviation sector has no natural fallback scheme to protect flights if there is no deal between Britain and the European Union on arrangements after Britain leaves the bloc.

  • Reuters - UK Focuslast month

    Ryanair agrees to buy 25 more Boeing 737 MAX planes

    Ryanair has agreed to buy a further 25 Boeing (NYSE: BA - news) 737 MAX planes, worth $3 billion at list prices, lifting its order of the U.S. planemaker's flagship short-haul plane model to 135, the two companies said on Tuesday. The Irish low-cost carrier, which is the largest operator of Boeing planes in Europe, purchased 100 737 MAX planes in 2014 and took out options on 100 more. Ryanair said the order leaves it with 75 more options.

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  • Italy says one Alitalia bid shows "concrete steps forward"
    Reuterslast month

    Italy says one Alitalia bid shows "concrete steps forward"

    One of the three offers Italy has received for insolvent airline Alitalia (CAITLA.UL) provides "concrete steps forward in terms of routes and personnel," the Industry Ministry said on Wednesday, without naming its preferred option. EasyJet (EZJ.L) said on Tuesday it had submitted a revised expression of interest in Alitalia as part of a consortium, while Lufthansa (LHAG.DE) said it had submitted a document setting out its ideas for a "new" Alitalia. Budget carrier Wizz Air (WIZZ.L), which said in January it would only be interested in the short haul business, has made the third offer, a source close to the situation told Reuters.

  • Reuters - UK Focus2 months ago

    Uber appoints two new non-executive board members in Britain

    Uber said on Friday it had appointed two new independent non-executives in Britain as it fights to keep its licence in its most important European market, London. The taxi app is battling to keep its cars on the streets of the British capital city after London's transport regulator deemed it unfit to run a taxi service, in a decision the Silicon Valley firm is appealing. Since then it has made a series of changes to its business model, responding to requests from regulators, including the introduction of 24/7 telephone support and the proactive reporting of serious incidents to London's police.

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  • Reuters2 months ago

    FOCUS-AirAsia switches to digital mode as it lightens load with leasing sale

    Tony Fernandes, the co-founder of AirAsia Bhd, is seeking to transform Asia's biggest budget airline into an asset-light, digitally focused firm after the $1 billion sale of its leasing business, in an effort to foster sustainable growth. AirAsia, which pioneered budget air travel in Asia along the lines of Ryanair Holdings in Europe, is now building a sprawling empire that includes a payments company, logistics firm, food and beverages brands and a loyalty programme.

  • Reuters2 months ago

    Israel's El Al Airlines posts deepening losses as market share shrinks

    El Al Israel Airlines (ELAL.TA) reported higher fourth-quarter losses on Wednesday, citing increased salary and jet fuel expenses and as its market share continued to erode in the face of intensifying competition. Israel's flag carrier has met with stiff competition from rivals including Turkish Airlines, Aeroflot (AFLT.MM), easyJet (EZJ.L) and WizzAir (WIZZ.L), which offer lower fares even though some flights require a layover. Revenue grew by 11 percent to $512 million, but this was more than offset by a 17 percent rise in expenses, mainly from salaries and jet fuel.

  • Reuters2 months ago

    France's Ardian prepares sale of Luton Airport stake - sources

    French private investment company Ardian has hired Rothschild (ROTH.PA) to sell its 49 percent stake in Britain's fifth-biggest airport, Luton, banking sources told Reuters. Ardian and Spanish airport operator Aena (AENA.MC), which owns the other 51 percent, bought the airport from toll operator Abertis (ABE.MC) in 2013 for 508 million euros (£445.3 million).

  • Reuters - UK Focus2 months ago

    France's Ardian prepares sale of Luton Airport stake -sources

    French private investment company Ardian has hired Rothschild to sell its 49 percent stake in Britain's fifth-biggest airport, Luton, banking sources told Reuters. Ardian and Spanish airport operator Aena, which owns the other 51 percent, bought the airport from toll operator Abertis (Amsterdam: IF6.AS - news) in 2013 for 508 million euros ($626 million).

  • Reuters3 months ago

    Higher wages, fuel prices turn up cost pressure on airlines

    With inflation paramount in investors' minds at a time of rising wages and oil prices, the line separating winners and losers in the global airline industry this year looks likely to be drawn on how well they manage costs, especially on the labour side. Industry body IATA in December flagged higher spending on labour and fuel - which make up about half of airlines' operating expenses - as their members' biggest challenge in 2018, especially after several years of record profits. Labour costs surpassed fuel as global airlines' biggest single expense in 2016, at 22 percent of costs against just under 21 percent for fuel.

  • Reuters - UK Focus4 months ago

    Budget airline easyJet says flying rights now Brexit proof

    EasyJet (Frankfurt: A1JTC1 - news) said its flying rights would not be affected by Britain's departure from the European Union after shareholders voted to amend the budget airline's legal structure and after a change to its British flying licence. To protect their flying rights after Brexit, airlines from across Europe, including Wizz and Ryanair, have been making changes and applying for new licences, a process which easyJet said it was close to concluding. At its annual general meeting, shareholders approved changes to its articles of association to ensure the company would remain EU-owned and controlled after Brexit, thereby allowing easyJet to continue to fly between and within EU countries.

  • Wizz Air CEO Is 'Quite Upbeat' About Market Environment
    Bloomberg Video3 days ago

    Wizz Air CEO Is 'Quite Upbeat' About Market Environment

    May.24 -- Jozsef Varadi, chief executive officer at Wizz Air, discusses his full-year earnings, expansion plans for the airline, oil prices, capacity, his outlook for the industry, new routes and where he sees opportunity. He speaks exclusively on "Bloomberg Markets: European Open."

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