Wizz Air has 183 aircraft in its fleet, serving 183 destinations throughout Europe, North Africa, the Middle East, and South Asia, connecting millions of passengers each year. With a fleet that size, what kind of planes do they operate? Here’s all you need to know about Wizz Air’s aircraft.

Wizz Air Planes

There are a few different planes within Wizz Air’s fleet, and which one you’ll get depends on the size of the flight, where it’s going, and what the plane is intended to do.

Airbus A321neo is the largest operator, with 95 currently in service. This holds up to 239 passengers, which is why it is very popular. There is also the Airbus A321-200, which holds 230 passengers, and the Airbus 320-200, which holds up to 186.

Wizz Air Malta exclusively uses the AIrbus A320neo, which holds up to 186 passengers. There is also an Airbus A321XLR which is expected to be in use beginning in 2024, holding up to 239 passengers.

Wizz Air currently has one cargo plane in service, the Airbus A330-200F. Wizz Air is currently looking to reduce its carbon emissions by 30 percent by 2030, which may lead to enhancements within its aircraft fleet.


Wizz Air uses different types of planes, but they all are variations of the Airbus, including A320-200, A320neo, A231-200, A31neo, and A330-200F. In 2024, they are expected to add the A321XLR to their fleet. Depending on the plane, they can carry up to 239 passengers to 183 destinations throughout the world.


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