Should Wizzair get into “trouble” with the unions in Dortmund, the base will be closed again and the planes relocated to other airports. Company boss Varadi is even of the opinion that unions would "destroy business".
Wizzair CEO Jozsef Varadi does not want to know anything about trade unions across Europe because, in his opinion, these would only “destroy business”. Should one be “caught” by the German unions in connection with the Dortmund base, the base will simply be locked again. This is what the general manager of the Hungarian aviation group told the Aerotelegraph.com portal.
Wizzair will open the first base on German soil at Dortmund Airport. So far, all airports in Germany have been served by bases that are located outside of the Federal Republic of Germany. But the group ignores unions in the entire route network and there is also no works council. It should stay that way when it comes to Varadi.
“Unions are destroying business. That is also one of the problems at Lufthansa. If the unions try to get us, we'll just shut down the base and move on. That's the beauty of an airline that is as flexible as ours: We can simply move our planes to another airport, ”Wizzair boss Jozsef Varadi told Aerotelegraph.com.