I didn't mean if they are flying now, I know they have something like 3% of their routes being operated, I meant if they made any adjustments for what comes after? There is going to be much less demand in Europe and beyond. I am sure it won't be business as usual for them.
They expect it will be.
Here's a news article about it (in Dutch): https://www.luchtvaartnieuws.nl/nieuws/ ... timistisch
Basically it says that their ambitious growth plans remain mostly intact. They are going through a difficult time right now, but they expect that after the Corona crisis is over they can achieve 15% growth per year like they did before. Also the launch of WizzAir Abu Dhabi will not be canceled.
Of 32 old aircraft the lease contract will not be prolonged. On the other hand the order for 270 new aircraft will not be postponed, they will take delivery of these aircraft as planned.
They expect that within 2 years (in 2022) the whole aviation sector will be back on the level where it was in 2019. People will not fly any less, that's just temporary. In the meanwhile they're looking at measures to only fill their aircraft for 2/3, keeping the middle seats empty. That way they can maintain social distancing.