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Flight W6 2205 Delay of Trip Compensation

Let’s assume that you arrive late from Budapest Ferenc Liszt International Airport to London Airport on flight W62205. What recourse exists to claim flight delay compensation from Wizz Air? Subject to a minimum 3-hour delay in arriving at London Airport (LTN), Wizz Air is legally obligated to provide compensation for the W6 2205 flight delay due to the EU 261/2004 Regulation.

Unsure of your compensation entitlement from Wizz Air? Use AirAdvisor’s free W62205 flight checker to confirm. Plus, AirAdvisor is the ideal partner when you claim compensation for a flight delay against Wizz Air. Benefit from our experience to increase the odds of a favourable W62205 claim result.


Flight W62205 Trip Cancellation Repayment

No one enjoys having their flight from Budapest (BUD) Airport to London (LTN) Airport cancelled. In cases when flight W6 2205 never gets off the ground, it may entitle you to a 250€ payout from Wizz Air.

When flight W6 2205 is cancelled, getting Wizz Air to honour their legal obligation for your Budapest to London Luton Airport can be challenging. That’s why AirAdvisor’s multitude of experience with cancelled flights like W6 2205 is an asset you want in your corner.

 Submitting your London Luton Airport Flight Delay Compensation Claim Against Wizz Air

W62205 Travel Compensation: Your Rights as a Passenger and Process

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Cancellation of Flight W62205: A Passenger’s Entitlement to a Refund Claim

Stuck at Budapest Ferenc Liszt International Airport due to an W62205 cancellation? You should expect a refund from Wizz Air. The airline is legally required to provide a refund in case of cancelled flight W62205, which was supposed to take you to London Luton Airport. Supplementary expenses, like the cost of Budapest Airport (BUD) overnight accommodation, may also be reimbursed by Wizz Air.


Route Outline from BUD (Budapest) to LTN (London) of Wizz Air Flight W6 2205


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Wizz Air - A Summary

Wizz Air is a Hungarian multinational ultra low-cost carrier that was founded in 2003. With its head office in Budapest, the airline serves more than 40 countries, making it one of the most widely used carriers in Europe. With the largest fleet in Hungary, Wizz Air flies to 164 airports across the continent. In 2022, the airline carried over 45 million passengers, a testament to its popularity and reliability. With a fleet size of 179, Wizz Air is well-equipped to take its passengers to their desired destinations.

Budapest Ferenc Liszt Airport (BUD): An Overview

Budapest Ferenc Liszt Airport is the largest airport in Hungary and serves the Budapest metropolitan area. Since its opening in 1985, it has been a crucial transportation hub for travelers to and from Hungary. Located 16 km from Budapest, the airport covers a sprawling 1,515 hectares and boasts 2 passenger terminals. In 2022, Budapest Ferenc Liszt Airport handled an impressive 12.2 million passengers, making it a major player in the European aviation landscape. It is also a hub for Wizz Air and a base for Ryanair, connecting people from all over the world to beautiful Budapest and beyond.

Details of Luton Airport Airport

London Luton Airport, with its IATA code - LTN, stands as one of the world's most significant airport facilities, located just 1.5 miles (2.4 km) from the city center of London. This international airport, opened on July 16, 1938, is considered to be the fourth-largest airport in the UK with a staggering number of 18 million passengers in 2019 alone. Home to 11 airlines, it currently links to 154 destinations in 42 countries, running 203 routes. Complementing its passenger traffic, Luton airport handled 36,906 tonnes of cargo in 2019. Overall, it is a vital and convenient gateway for many visitors to London, playing a vital role in the city's transportation system.


Flight W62205 Compensation for Trips from Budapest Airport (BUD) to London Airport (LTN): FAQs


How does the process work to claim compensation when my W6 2205 flight to London Airport experiences an unplanned delay?

Upon landing at the Airport in London, head immediately to the Wizz Air representatives and ask them to confirm exactly why flight W62205 experienced a delay. Then, proceed to file a risk-free compensation claim for W6 2205 with Air Advisor. It’s risk-free because if you don’t win, you don’t pay a fee.


When my W62205 flight arrives at London Airport 2 hours behind schedule, what can I claim?

The minimum required flight W6 2205 delay threshold is 3 hours in order to be eligible to receive flight delay compensation. A London Luton Airport arrival delay of only 2 hours wouldn’t trigger any compensation. 


What amount of remuneration should I expect to get from Wizz Air when flight W62205 encounters a delay?

A minimum 3-hour delay can entitle you to a 250€ payment from Wizz Air due to the UE 261 Regulation.


In what ways is my Wizz Air flight from BUD (Budapest Airport) to LTN (London Airport) typically referenced?

The iterations include WZZ2205/WZZ 2205 and W62205/W6 2205.