Wizz Air to switch all London Luton-based aircraft to Airbus A321neo by 2025

Wizz Air will make its entire aircraft fleet at London Luton Airport (LTN) Airbus A321neo by 2025.

Wizz Air has 11 aircraft stationed at its base in London Luton Airport with an average age of 3 years. The share of the new ‘neo’ technology in the airline’s fleet at LTN has already surpassed 50% and will reach 100% by 2025. 

The Airbus A321neo has 239 seats in a single-class configuration. The aircraft incorporates the latest technologies in aviation. The new technology offers a nearly 50% reduction in noise footprint, a 20% reduction in fuel consumption and 50% reduction in nitrogen oxide emissions compared to the previous generation aircraft**. The Airbus A321neo can currently fly with up to 50% sustainable aviation fuel (SAF) blend***.

*According to CAPA – Centre for Aviation Awards for Excellence 2022

**Based on the comparison between Airbus A320neo and Airbus A320ceo aircraft families.

***SAF must be blended with conventional jet fuel to meet regulatory requirements for use within the aircraft.

Wizz Air competes against low-cost carriers easyJet and Ryanair also at LTN.