Wizz Air rescues JAT Airways passengers
7 October 2009
Wizz Air, the largest low fare – low cost airline in Central and Eastern Europe has announced that it would provide re-routing alternatives to passengers affected by the grounded flights of Serbia’s JAT Airways at Belgrade airport.
A special rescue package of EUR 40 for an all inclusive one way fare is offered to passengers who hold a valid JAT ticket for travel between 1 October 2009 and 27 March 2010.
To benefit from the special offer passengers should go to wizzair.com or call the Wizz Air call centers. Seats are subject to availability and the rebooking should be made between 1 and 8 October. The special fares are only available from the airline’s English/Hungarian/Romanian/Croatian language sites.
Further conditions can be viewed on wizzair.com or by calling the call centers.
• Upon check-in passengers will be requested to present their JAT ticket as well as their Wizz Air itinerary,
• Additional charges apply for optional services such as checked baggage, excess baggage weight, pre-boarding etc
“The industry continues to be heavily affected by the economic downturn and winter promises even more casualties. More than ever, it is now vitally important to maintain strong financial performance and solid reliable operations. Wizz Air will continue to offer a helping hand to the passengers of troubled airlines and reinforce its positions as the largest airline in the region” said John Stephenson, Executive Vice-President of Wizz Air.