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Compensation Claim and Refund for Flight W61408 Delay or Cancellation

If you arrive at the Edinburgh Airport and happen to see your flight W61408 status: Delayed or Cancelled, don’t get upset - we are here to help. Learn your passenger rights below in case your flight W61408 heading to Warsaw was disrupted.
Wizz Air - W61408 (WZZ1408)
400 €
Edinburgh Airport (EDI)
United Kingdom
Warsaw Chopin Airport (WAW)
Poland
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Last Updated: June 16, 2023

Compensation for Delayed W6 1408 Flight

You may be entitled to compensation if the Wizz Air flight W6 1408 that departs from Edinburgh Airport (EDI) and travels to Warsaw Chopin Airport (WAW) is delayed. This is because Wizz Air is required to provide flight delay compensation if upon arrival in Warsaw the delay lasts longer than 3 hours under Regulation EU EC261/ 2004

Our staff at AirAdvisor can help you figure out if you're entitled to reimbursement for your W6 1408 flight. If you fulfill the requirements, you can use our free flight checker for flight W61408 as a helpful tool to help you apply for compensation from Wizz Air.

 

Compensation for Cancelled W6 1408 Flight

You may be able to receive 400€ if your flight W6 1408 from Edinburgh Airport (EDI) to Warsaw Chopin Airport (WAW), is cancelled by Wizz Air. 

Our clients have told us that if they attempt to manage their compensation claims for cancelled flights without legal representation, Wizz Air routinely rejects them. However, if you submit your claim through AirAdvisor, it is doubtful that this will occur. You have greater chances to get your money back with zero risks. 

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Passenger Rights and What To Do to Claim W6 1408 Flight Compensation

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Passengers on Cancelled Flight W6 1408: Know Your Refund Rights

Wizz Air is required by law to respond your request for a refund of your Edinburgh to Munchen ticket and to cover any additional expenses incurred as a result of the cancellation of your flight W6 1408 (such as overnight accommodation in Edinburgh).

More to learn about flight W61408 refund.

 

Wizz Air Flight W61408 Route Map from Edinburgh to Warsaw



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Wizz Air - Things You Should Know

Wizz Air is among Europe's busiest ultra-low-cost carriers, and in 2022 welcomed over 45 million passengers for the first time. Currently, the airline offers more than 600 routes to 31 countries, connecting key locations like London, Paris, Madrid, and Rome to its Budapest hub and other Eastern European hotspots. Wizz Air's main operating base is in Budapest, Hungary, and the airline operates a fleet of 153 modern and comfortable aircraft. Wizz is renowned for offering reliable yet economical flight experiences across many sought-after cities.

Edinburgh Airport (EDI): Overview

Edinburgh Airport, located in the capital of Scotland, opened its doors in 1977 and has since become the busiest airport in the country and the sixth busiest in the UK. Boasting over 11 million passengers in 2022 and 93,004 aircraft movements, the airport has firmly placed itself on the international aviation stage. Owned and operated by Global Infrastructure Partners, the airport offers one passenger terminal and employs approximately 2,500 staff. With a sole runway and a steady passenger flow, Edinburgh Airport is a crucial hub for domestic and international travellers alike.

Learn the Ins and Outs of Warsaw Chopin Airport

As Poland's busiest airport, Warsaw Chopin Airport handles a staggering 40% of the country's air passenger traffic. Located in the Włochy district of Warsaw, this international airport was founded in 1934 and continues to play a key role in connecting travelers to destinations all over the world. Spread across an impressive 2,060 acres of land, Warsaw Chopin Airport boasts two intersecting runways that can accommodate up to 34 passenger operations (takeoffs or landings) per hour. The airport serves as a central hub for LOT Polish Airlines, as well as a base for other major airlines, such as Enter Air and Wizz Air. On average, the airport handles around 300 scheduled flights per day, making it a crucial transportation hub for Eastern Europe.

 

Frequently Asked Questions About W6 1408 Flight Compensation on Wizz Air's Edinburgh-Warsaw Route

If flight W6 1408 from Edinburgh Airport to Warsaw Chopin Airport is delayed, what should you do?

Inquire with Wizz Air about the cause of the delay and submit a claim for compensation risk-free. Even with Wizz Air, our knowledgeable team has extensive experience advocating for your claim. You have nothing to lose because we operate on a No-Win, No-Fee basis.

Can I receive compensation if my W6 1408 flight arrived at Munchen Airport 2 hours later than scheduled?

EU regulations do not provide passengers with compensation for delays of less than 3 hours upon arrival. But if your W6 1408 flight was cancelled or arrived Munchen Airport with a delay of longer than 3 hours, you may be eligible for compensation of up to 400€.

What amount of compensation I can request for my flight W6 1408 if it was delayed?

If your arrival in Warsaw is delayed by 3 hours or more, you are eligible for a compensation of 400€, according to EU 261/2004 Regulation.

How else can I identify the flight W6 1408?

W6 1408 as well as W61408 or WZZ1408/WZZ 1408, are some alternative references for this particular Wizz Air flight.

 

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