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About Wizz Air

Wizz Air is a Hungarian low-cost airline and has the largest fleet of any Hungarian airline. Wizz Air is headquartered in Budapest and flies to many destinations including Belgrade, Bucharest, Budapest, Cluj-Napoca, Craiova, Debrecen, Gdansk, Katowice, Kosice, Kiev, Lublin, Poznan, Prague, Riga, Skopje, Sofia, Tuzia, Vilnius, Warsaw and Wroclaw. Wizz Air has subsidiaries, Wizz Air Ukraine, Wizz Air Bulgaria and Wizz Air Romania.


Wizz Air Fleet

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Wizz Air has a young, single type Airbus fleet from the A320 family of aircraft including A320s and A321ceo aircraft. Wizz Air took delivery of its first A321ceo aircraft in November 2015 and will take more than 20 more through 2018. The airline's fleet consists of A320-200 and A321-200.


Wizz Air Baggage

Carry-on Baggage

When flying with Wizz Air, each passenger can bring one piece of cabin baggage. Passengers with priority boarding are allowed to carry 1 additional personal item in addition to the small or large cabin bag.

Checked Baggage

When flying with Wizz Air, each passenger can bring one piece of cabin baggage. Passengers with priority boarding are allowed to carry 1 additional personal item in addition to the small or large cabin bag.


Wizz Air Check-in

Airport Check-in

Airport check-in is available for a fee. For the following airports, online check-in is not available and airport check-in is free of charge: Dubai, Corfu, Palma de Mallorca, Tirana and Zaragoza.

Online Check-In

Online check-in is available 48 hours prior and up to 3 hours before departure. 



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Wizz Air Hub Airport

Budapest Airport

Budapest Ferenc Liszt International Airport serves Budapest Airport and acts as the hub airport for Wizz Air. Other airlines which fly to and from Budapest Airport include Aegean Airlines, Aer Lingus, Air France, Alitalia, Czech Airlines, Brussels Airlines, British Airways, Ryanair, Scandinavian Airlines, Joon, Qatar Airways, Malev and LOT Polish Airlines.

Budapest Airport

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Wizz Air Destinations

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Domestic Destinations

Budapest Debrecen                                 


International Destinations

Aberdeen Agadir Alesund Alghero
Alicante Astana Athens Baku
Barcelona Bari Basel Beauvais
Belfast Belgrade Bergamo Bergen
Berlin Billund Birmingham Bologna
Bordeaux Bratislava Bristol Burgas
Catania Charleroi Chisnãu Cluj-Napoca
Cologne Constanta Copenhagen Corfu
Craiova Doncaster Dortmund Dubai
Eilat Eindhoven Faro Frankfurt
Friedrichshafen Fuerteventura Gdańsk Glasgow
Göteborg Grenoble Hahn Hamburg
Hanover Haugesund Heraklion Iasi
Ibiza Izmir Karlsruhe Katowice
Kaunas Kharkiv Kiev Kosice
Kristiansand Kutaisi Lamezia Terme Larnaca
Lisbon Liverpool Ljubljana London
Lublin Luqa Lviv Lyon
Madrid Malmö Marrakesh Memmingen
Milan Moscow Malaga Naples
Nice Niš Nuremberg Ohrid
Olsztyn Osijek Palanga Palma de Mallorca
Pisa Podgorica Poprad Porto
Poznań Prague Pristina Reykjavík
Rhodes Riga Rome St.Petersburg
Sandefjor Santander Sarajevo Satu Mare
Sibiu Skopje Sofia Split
Stavanger Stockholm Suceava Szczecin
Tallinn Tel Aviv Tenerife Thessaloniki
Timisoara Tirana Treviso Tromsø
Trondheim Turin Turku Tuzia
Tuzla Târgu Mures Valencia Varna
Verona Vienna  Vilinius Växjô
Wroclaq Zaynthos Zaragoza  



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Wizz Air News

27th June 2018

Wizz Air copy Ryanair's new baggage allowance restrictions

Last January, Ryanair made the executive decision to charge passengers for the use of larger cabin luggage on their flights. This meant that RyanAir tickets would no longer include a carry-on bag in the cabin. However, "normal" cabin baggage will be able to be checked in for free. Only priority boarders are now allowed a small bag and a carry-on suitcase in the planes overhead lockers - and this comes at a price. The idea of this free service should help improve space in the cabin. And ease journeys for passengers.


Now Wizz Air has decided to follow in Ryanair's footsteps by reducing their own baggage restrictions. The airline has made this decision in order to combat the lack of space in the cabin and as a way of improving boarding times. From now on, if passengers choose not to buy Wizz Priority, their bags will be placed into the cargo hold compartment of the aircraft and can be collected at the baggage belt in the arrival airport.


26th June 2018
Wizz Air begins operations from base in Vienna

After delivering its newly-acquired Airbus A320 to the airport, Wizz Air began operations flying from its new base at Vienna International Airport (VIA) to several other Eastern European destinations. In the past few weeks, Wizz Air has operated flights between Vienna and Cluj-Napoca, Gdansk, Tuzla and Varna in a plan that will see the airline launch several new routes from Vienna airport across Europe. Wizz Air will offer a total of 30 flights from Vienna when all flights have launched, with the last service expecting to launch no later than summer of next year.


21st June 2018
Wizz Air add two new flights to Marrakech

Wizz Air will fly to Marrakech from two separate new destinations in October later this year. The first is a service between Vilnius and Marrakech that will fly two times a week. This flight will take an estimated four and a half hours.  The second service is a flight between Warsaw and Marrakech that will also fly two times a week. This service is expected to take five hours.


Wizz Air will use its existing fleet of Airbus aircraft to operate these two new services from mainland Europe to north Africa.


23rd May 2018
Wizz Air announces new routes to Cyprus and Ukraine from London Luton

Wizz Air, a low-cost airline operating in Central and Eastern Europe, has announced the launch of two routes to Larnaca in Cyprus and Lviv in Ukraine from London Luton.

Wizz Air launched its service from London Luton to Lviv city earlier this month, and is the only direct route from Luton to the UNCESCO-listed city. Flights will operate Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday. Flights to the coastal city of Larnaca will begin on May 21 and will operate daily. Fares for both routes start from £55.99 one way including all taxes, non-optional charges and cabin bag. The new routes expand Wizz Air’s London Luton network, with more than 7.4 million seats on sale to 47 destinations in 23 countries.

In addition to the new routes, Wizz Air has also announced the allocation of two new Airbus aircraft to its London Luton fleet. The newly allocated Airbus A320s will be the sixth and seventh of eight aircraft to be deployed at Wizz Air’s London Luton base by June 2018.

Sorina Ratz, Acting Head of Corporate Communications at Wizz Air said: ‘Wizz Air’s continuing expansion at London Luton brings even more opportunities for our customers to travel to a diverse range of destinations at truly low prices. I encourage passengers to visit the fascinating cities of Larnaca and Lviv, whilst travelling on one of Europe’s youngest aircraft fleets. The arrival of a further two brand new aircraft at London Luton underlines our continued commitment to our UK operations, fulfilling our mission to provide great value flights and a unique and unforgettable travel experience.’

Currently the second largest operator at London Luton, Wizz Air carried over 5.5 million passengers from Luton in the past 12 months, representing 11% growth year on year, the airline noted.

June 2017
Wizz Air opened its first UK base at London Luton Airport, which mainly caters for the Central and Eastern European market
Wizz Air will base one of its Airbus A320 aircraft at Luton, the UK’s fifth busiest airport. This will support up to 36 new jobs and accommodate three new services to Tel Aviv, Pristina in Kosovo, and Kutaisi in Georgia, bringing the total number of the airline's routes from Luton to 42. Although demand on its routes has not weakened since the EU referendum, Wizz Air said the pound’s fall had affected the euro value of revenue for the Hungary-based company to the sum of €17m.  Wizz Air started flights from Luton in 2004 and has since carried 30m passengers from the airport.
28th March 2017
Wizz Air opens its 26th base in Chisinau, Republic of Moldova

Wizz Air has added and based a new Airbus A320 aircraft at Chisinau Airport, operating 7 low-fare routes. This includes 2 new route services to Berlin and Barcelona.

The new routes will be 2 weekly services and will allow Wizz Air to increase the number of weekly flights on the existing routes from Chisinau to Bologna and Venice.