Eastern European-focused budget airline Wizz Air reconfirmed its full-year guidance and said it did not see any weakness in demand in its UK business following Britain's vote to leave the European Union. 

However, the company estimated a negative impact on pound revenue at €6.6m for the first half due to a Brexit-induced slump in pound. 

The pound has lost 18% against the dollar and 15% against the euro since Britain's June 23referendum.

Hungary-based Wizz Air said revenue rose 10.1% to €921.2m in the six months to September 30 with ticket revenue up more than 4%.