Wizz Air simplifies baggage rules
Friday 2, April 2010
Wizz Air, the largest low fare – low cost airline in Central and Eastern Europe simplifies its baggage rules. From 1 April Wizz Air eliminates the excess weight fees and makes booking even easier. The airline will apply a single fee for a piece of checked-in baggage regardless of the weight (up to 32 kg per baggage).
The fee will be EUR 15/bag if purchased at the time of booking and EUR 30 if paid at the airport.
Passengers are kindly reminded that the rule concerning the allowance for carry-on luggage does not change. Wizz Air will be strictly applying a EUR 60 fee for oversized/overweight hand luggage at the gate and these bags will have to be checked in.
For more information please visit wizzair.com.
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