You can keep it in the cabin if it is smaller than 40x30x18 cm. Otherwise you can't.
As we have limited space onboard, we cannot guarantee that all passengers’ hand luggage will be travelling with them in the cabin area of the aircraft. Only passengers with Wizz Priority will be able to bring their hand luggage on board subject to boarding procedures at ...
According to Wizz Air's Onboard Services:
We accept cash payments in different currencies.
British Pounds (notes only)
Hungarian Forint on Hungarian flights
Zloty on Polish flights
All prices are quoted in Euros as the base currency. The prices in Pounds, Forint and Zloty are indicative prices subject to the ...
As with some other low-cost airlines (namely Ryanair), the word "reservation" applies to the one-way ticket per person. That is, if you bought the return ticket, you have made two "reservations". Similarly, if you bought tickets for several people, then you have several "reservations".
I confirmed this with Wizzair by phone and then I also did the exact ...
When you go to https://wizzair.com/ you will see this in the upper right corner:
click on "check-in & bookings" and see what your flight details are. Surely it will show if the flight has been cancelled. There does not seem to be any other way the cancellation page only shows recent ones, not future ones.
Also note the official way of notifying you ...
From Hanky Panky's WizzAir Baggage Policy link:
MY HAND LUGGAGE WENT TO THE HOLD AND MY MEDICINE/JEWELLERY/LAPTOP WAS
STOLEN/DAMAGED. CAN I RECEIVE ANY COMPENSATION? DO THE 'EXCLUDED FROM
HOLD BAGGAGE LIMITATIONS' APPLY TO MY CASE? If your hand luggage went
to the hold and it was stolen or damaged, you can report your
damaged/lost items upon your ...
The Wizzair website states (under "Online check-in" -> "Conditions"):
Non EU/EEA passengers must proceed to the Wizz Air check-in desk for
document check before proceeding through security to departure.
Failure to do so may result in travel being denied.
No exception is mentioned for intra-Schengen flights.
If I don't unsubscribe, will my membership automatically renew?
According to Wizzair's official Twitter, you have to renew it manually:
Will "unsubscribing" from the Wizz Air Discount Club cancel the remainder of my subscription?
Their updated website no longer has the option to unsubscribe from Discount Club membership, so the question is moot.
It seems quite likely that this is a mistake in Wizzair's wording. Indeed, they make pretty much the opposite statement here:
If you hold non-EU travel documents, you need to present yourself at
the check-in counter to have your documentation checked and your
boarding card stamped.
Credit goes to ptityeti's answer to another question for leading me ...
Article 9.7 of Wizz Air's General Conditions of Carriage states:
[...] You must print the Boarding Pass no later than 2 hours prior to the departure time according to the Schedule and present it together with Your valid Travel Documents used during online check-in at airport security and at the boarding gate. If You fail to print Your Boarding Pass 2 ...
A very important difference with Wizz Air to practically every other airline out there is that the wheels and handles don't matter. This is a somewhat recent change (2014 Christmas) so many sites will have this wrong.
Here is the announcement:
we have asked passenger handling partners across our entire network of 104 airports, to apply common sense and ...
No, I've flown with Wizz more times than I can count, and system bugs have caused this issue for me more than once. No one cares about it (and no one from Wizz is going to check your documents anyway)
So leave it be.
It turns out one can view their bus ticket on P-Airbus.com:
Enter the flight confirmation number along with the email used on Wizzair.com to reveal the E-ticket:
I think they're supposed to send out a notification 3 days before the flight takes place, but there's no need to wait for it. If the ticket doesn't show up on P-Airbus.com, it's possible to ...
You are entitled to the denied boarding compensation and the airline should have arranged for meals and accomodation for you in Budapest or Vienna and your transport from Budapest to Vienna. With 'you' I mean your own person, not your girlfriend.
No, your girl friend is not entitled to any compensation. Even if you had booked together, the airline is not ...
Wizz Air has a simple booking system that only provides one-way flights. As you can't buy flights for different people on the same order it's pretty clear that for the discount to work both tickets need to be bought for the same flight in the same order.
A while ago (early July 2015) I flew with Wizz Air, and they are quite strict about luggage size. Most of us had to put our bag in a box that has exactly the size you mentioned, and if anything sticks out, or it doesn't fit in, you'll have to pay extra. Thus, it is not volume restricted, but dimension restricted.
Three of us had 'regular' cabin-size luggage ...
Landing cards are required for non EU travellers at Luton, just as at every other UK airport. Many budget carriers within the EU no longer hand out landing cards on the flight (this may include Wizz Air, Ryanair certainly don't), probably because the overwhelming majority of passengers don't need them. At Luton, and as far as I know, every other ...
For checked bags, airlines basically care about only two things:
How heavy and/or unwieldy is it?
Is there a risk that it may catch fire (or explode) during transport, or damage other bags it's transported with?
Neither sounds like it will be a problem for you 3 kg steel pipe.
Police and/or customs at your destination might worry whether your pipe is ...
Several sites seem to agree with what you have read, that the cancellation fee is per flight, not per booking. Which would mean 240 euro for your 4 flights. For example a flight refund site says:
According to the website, a flight can be cancelled up to 14 days
before departure, but cancellation fees of 60 euros per person and
flight will be charged.
Wizz air website page says this
It is not possible to cancel your booking online. As most
cancellation requests are of an urgent nature we kindly ask you to
contact our Call Centre immediately. Please note that cancellations
will be handled in accordance with our General Conditions of ...
As at October 4, 2012, WizzAir implemented a new cabin baggage policy. Press release here.
"can travel with a free small cabin bag (up to 42x32x25cm) or pay a ₤9
online fee to bring a large cabin bag (up to 56x45x25cm) on board.
Goods purchased at the airport after security (an important source of
revenue for Wizz Air’s 81 airport ...
You can find all the relevant information at Wizz Discount Club Terms and Conditions.
As you can see from there:
1.10... The club member must remain a passenger in the booking at all time for the other passengers to beneficiate from the club fares. If
the club member is removed from the booking, the regular fare will be
applicable to all remaining ...
By the EU air passenger rights regulation, they should have offered you the option of refunding the full price of the ticket in cash (or bank transfer etc) within seven days.
Apparently you accepted being refunded in credit-for-future-tickets rather than cash, in return for a 20% extra reimbursement. This seems to moot the "within seven days" limits that ...
From my recent experience flying as a non-EU citizen with WizzAir from and to Schengen Area, documents check is required only when entering the Schengen Area.
When flying outwards, I made a couple attempts and each time was told that no check needs to be done.
I am not familiar with this airline, but the link you provided reads:
Is an infant entitled to any baggage allowance?
Infants are not entitled to any baggage allowance with the exception of a pushchair / foldable baby carriage / infant car seat per infant (carried free of charge).
Ok, infants can bring a stroller and/or carseat for free. I see this ...
I've travelled with WizzAir a few times, I've noticed that the strollers are always put into the Cargo Hold, never seen one in the passenger area. As for the car seat, I would assume that unless you have a separate seat booked for the new born then that will also have to go in the cargo hold. You are only allowed 1 small cabin bag or 1 large cabin bag (the ...
On the page Booking Children WizzAir specifies that up to 10 children can be accompanied by one adult:
Children between the age of 2 years and 14 years old are booked as children but must occupy their own seat and pay the adult fare
Wizz Air accepts children travelling together on the condition that there is a minimum of one ...