If you have suffered a cancelled or delayed flight with Wizz Air and are considering claiming a refund, you have come to the right place. Wizz Air, a Hungarian airline connecting 44 countries and carrying almost 35 million passengers in 2019, is one of the most popular low-cost airlines in Central and Eastern Europe. With a relatively young fleet and a multicultural team, Wizz Air offers competitive prices but can cause some inconvenience to passengers, such as delays, cancellations, lost luggage and overbooking. If you have suffered any of these inconveniences, know that you are entitled to a refund of up to €600. Our support service will help you submit your claim and accompany you through the entire process, at no cost to you.
If you have suffered an inefficiency during a flight with Wizzair, such as a cancellation, a delay of more than 3 hours or overbooking, you should know that you may be entitled to monetary compensation according to EC Regulation 261/2004. According to this regulation, the airline is obliged to provide compensation to passengers in specific cases such as those mentioned, however there are exceptions such as adverse weather conditions or employee strikes. To find out whether you are entitled to compensation for your flight with Wizzair, it is important to provide all the details of your case to Trouble Flight for an accurate assessment of the situation.
Find out how to get compensation for cancelled or delayed flights with Wizzair:
Cancelled flights: if your Wizzair flight has been cancelled without at least 14 days' notice, you are entitled to a full refund of your ticket or a free flight change.
Delayed flights: if your Wizzair flight has arrived at least 3 hours later than the scheduled time, you are entitled to compensation depending on the distance of the flight.
Overbooking: if you were denied boarding because your Wizzair flight was overbooked, you have the right to monetary compensation and to be re-routed on an alternative flight.
These rights are set out in EC Regulation 261/2004, which protects passengers in the event of airline disruptions such as those mentioned above.
If you have suffered a disruption with Wizzair, such as a cancelled, delayed or denied boarding flight due to overbooking, know that you are entitled to compensation. EC Regulation 261/2004 establishes the rights of passengers in cases such as these and Wizzair is obliged to compensate you. The amount of compensation depends on the distance of the flight, for flights up to 1,500 km the amount is €250, for flights between 1,500 and 3,500 km it is €400 and for flights over 3,500 km it is €600. In the event of extra costs incurred due to the cancelled or delayed flight, such as hotel accommodation, it is possible to claim reimbursement of these costs.
Some reasons why Wizzair may not be required to provide compensation for cancelled or delayed flights include:
Extreme weather conditions, such as storms or snow, which make it impossible to fly safely
Incidents with animals, such as bird collisions
Air traffic congestion causing delays
Unforeseen events, such as strikes or acts of terrorism
To obtain compensation, it is essential that the airline disruption was caused directly by Wizzair and not by circumstances beyond its control.
To obtain compensation for a cancelled or delayed flight with Wizzair, there are a few steps to follow:
To begin the process of claiming compensation for a cancelled or delayed flight with Wizzair, it is important to keep all documentation relating to the flight, such as the ticket or booking confirmation, boarding pass and any receipts and invoices for extra expenses incurred.
Next, you will need to fill out an online claim form on the specialised Trouble Flight platform and provide detailed information about the flight and the disruption suffered.
Once you have submitted the form and documentation, you will have to wait for your claim to be processed and evaluated.
If your request is accepted, you will receive compensation for the cancelled or delayed flight.
Trouble Flight will take care of the entire claim and representation process.
The time it takes to obtain compensation from Wizzair Airline may vary depending on the complexity of the case and the timeliness of the claim. With Trouble Flight, we strive to handle your claim efficiently and quickly, providing assistance and support throughout the process. Thanks to our experience, we know how to present your claim effectively to increase your chances of obtaining compensation quickly. On average, the duration of the procedure can vary from several weeks to several months.
Claiming compensation for a disrupted flight with Wizzair can be a complex process. It is essential to be familiar with your rights under EC Regulation 261/2004 and to know the cases in which you can obtain compensation. Keeping all the necessary documents to file your claim and following the correct procedure are key elements to increase your chances of success. With the help of Trouble Flight, the claim can be handled efficiently to obtain the reimbursement due.