Wizz Air offers alternatives for SkyEurope passengers
3 September 2009
Wizz Air, the largest low fare, low cost airline in Central and Eastern Europe announced today that it would provide re-routing alternatives to passengers affected by the suspension of SkyEurope’s operations at Vienna airport due to unpaid debts.
Passengers who hold a valid SkyEurope booking for travel between 15 and 30 August can call the Wizz Air call centre (see wizzair.com for details) to benefit from the EUR 30 all inclusive one way fare offer. Seats are subject to availability and the rebookings should be made until midnight on 24 August.
- You must have your Sky Europe confirmation number available when calling the Wizz Air call centre
- You will need to present a printed copy of your itinerary upon checkin
- Additional charges apply for optional services such as checked baggage, excess baggage weight, pre-boarding etc
Wizz Air carried over 6,8 million passengers in the last 12 months. The airline's fleet is currently consisting of 26 Airbus A320 aircraft operating from 11 bases in Poland, Hungary, Bulgaria, Romania, Ukraine and Czech Republic. The airline opened its 11th base in Prague on 27 June 2009 and recently announced its first flight from Bratislava to Rome Fiumicino to be launched next month.