Harsh words in the direction of Wizz Air come from the Norwegian Prime Minister Erna Solberg personally: “I will not fly with a company that denies workers the right to organize,” said the head of government, according to Norway Today. She was referring to the anti-union stance of the airline and its chairman József Váradi. In an interview with aeroTELEGRAPH a few weeks ago, he stated quite clearly: “Unions are destroying business”.
For her part, Prime Minister Solberg has long had her eyes on Ryanair’s low-cost colleagues, whom she also boycotted: “Ten years ago I said that it was unacceptable for me to travel with airlines that did not have decent and decent working conditions for theirs Employees have », Norway Today quoted Solberg further.
Just last week it was announced that Wizz Air will start domestic flights within Norway in early November. The Hungarian airline wants to fly four times a day between Oslo and Bergen, four times a day between Oslo and Trondheim and twice a day between Oslo and Tromsø.