Wizz Air is a low-cost airline based in Hungary, and has the largest fleet of all the Hungarian airlines. The airline was conceived and incorporated in 2003 and the first flight took off on 19th May 2004. It offers more than 300 routes serving over 30 countries.
The carrier believes in deploying the latest technology to provide the 'Wizz Air experience' which means they offer outstanding service at affordable rates to travelers. It believes that the choice of airport has a crucial impact on pricing, and therefore operates with a mix of primary, secondary and regional airports to provide the best deals.
Passengers in the Middle East can make Wizz Air online bookings to fly from Dubai to Budapest, Sofia, Bucharest and Kyiv Zhulyany. They can then further explore other destinations in Europe using the connecting flights of the airline.
The fleet of Wizz Airlines consists of only one type of aircraft, the Airbus A320, each of which is equipped with 180 comfortable leather seats. The modernized aircraft also contribute to keeping down the operational costs of this carrier. 'Sharklets' wingtip devices are another feature that are fitted on all new aircraft.
The airline operates on the simple service model which along with the creative use of secondary airports also includes ticketless travel, one class of all-leather seating, no seat assignments and catering only on additional payment. The carrier also encourages passengers to opt for the Wizz Air web check in that is provided free of cost, and in this case they must print their own boarding passes and present at the boarding gate with other required travel documents. An airport check-in can be purchased online for a nominal fee and would involve a higher cost when purchased at the airport. Do remember to check your Wizz Air PNR status a few hours before your flight departs. For more details, please contact the customer service of the airline here.
Each passenger is allowed to carry 1 piece of cabin baggage not exceeding 42cm x 32cm x 25cm and up to 6 pieces of checked-in baggage not exceeding 32 kg each. Larger pieces of cabin baggage may be taken on board by paying a fee, but they must fit into the overhead compartment with ease. It is advisable to pay for the pieces of check-in baggage online, and add them to your booking as paying at the airport would mean higher charges. For more details of the Wizz Air baggage allowance, please check here.
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