Hungarian budget airline Wizz Air is recognized as one of the 10 most safe lowcost 2019 in the world, reported the press service of the company on Friday, citing the rating Agency

As noted, the basis of evaluation was a comprehensive analysis of factors, including: the results of the audit conducted by the governing and industry bodies, aviation; evaluation of public bodies; registration data of accidents and serious incidents; profit; security initiative; the age of the fleet.

“Safety has always been and remains the absolute priority for Wizz Air, and we are proud to be one of the 10 safest airlines in the world. This ranking once again confirms that we are on track, and 7-star safety rating from that Wizz Air has received in the past year, is fully deserved. In addition, we remain committed to our passengers and offer affordable opportunities for travel across the entire Wizz Air network with more than 650 routes and 147 destinations in 44 countries”, – the press service quoted the Executive Vice President and chief operating officer Wizz Air Diderik Foam.

The company noted that currently, its fleet consists of 115 Airbus A320, Airbus A321ceo and A321neo with an average age of 4.7 years.

Wizz Air, the largest low-cost airline in Central and Eastern Europe, offers flights on more than 650 routes, from 25 bases.

Wizz Air shares listed on the London stock exchange under the symbol “WIZZ” and is included in FTSE 250 and FTSE All-Share Indices. The airline was audited for compliance with modern requirements of operational safety (Air Transport Association (IATA)) and the global criterion of safety of the airlines of the International air transport Association (Operational Safety Audit (IOSA)).

Wizz Air has resumed work in the airport “Lviv” in 2017, with flights to Wroclaw and Berlin.