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Claiming Compensation or a Refund if Flight W6 2221 Encounters an Interruption

If you arrive at the Budapest Ferenc Liszt International Airport and happen to see your flight W62221 status: Delayed or Cancelled, don’t get upset - we are here to help. Learn your passenger rights below in case your flight W62221 heading to London was disrupted.
Wizz Air - W62221 (WZZ2221)
250 €
Budapest Ferenc Liszt International Airport (BUD)
Hungary
London Gatwick Airport (LGW)
United Kingdom
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Last Updated: June 13, 2023

Compensation Expectations for an W62221 Flight Delay

Any journey from Budapest (BUD) Airport to London (LGW) Airport can be stressful. Add a delay of flight W6 2221, resulting in a missed Wizz Air or other airline connection, and things get worse. If an W62221 delay occurs, you may have options to claim flight delay compensation. This right requiring Wizz Air to compensate you is dictated by the EU 261/2004 regulation and applies as long as you land at London Gatwick Airport (LGW) Airport at least 3 hours behind schedule.

To start the process, use the AirAdvisor W6 2221 free flight checker to see if your London Gatwick Airport late arrival qualifies. Then contact us to start your Wizz Air compensation claim.

 

Getting Compensation for an Unexpected W6 2221 Flight Cancellation

When your flight starting from BUD and going to LGW is outright cancelled, what recourse do you have with Wizz Air? Depending on a few factors, this W6 2221 cancellation may entitle you to 250€ in disruption compensation.

Wizz Air likely won’t be in a rush to issue this cancelled W62221 compensation, which is why AirAdvisor helps passengers just like you. You’ll have a better chance when you’re stranded at Budapest Ferenc Liszt International Airport using us than if you go it alone.

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Flight W6 2221 Compensation: Passenger’s Rights and How to Take Action

 Passenger’s Rights for Flight W6 2221 to LGW Airport

Your Right to Claim a Refund When There is a Flight W62221 Cancellation

Any airline, including Wizz Air, is legally obliged to provide a flight W6 2221 refund for your Budapest to London journey if the flight is cancelled. You can also submit an Wizz Air compensation claim for additional costs you have to pay while stranded in Budapest. This includes expenses directly connected with the W62221 cancellation, like a Budapest Ferenc Liszt International Airport hotel stay.

 

Flight W6 2221 by Wizz Air: Budapest to London Route



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About Wizz

In 2003, air carrier Wizz Air first took flight and has now become an important leading European airline. At its peak, the Budapest-based airline transported over 34 million passengers in 2019. Wizz offers services to and from 30 countries, connecting 140 airports on 3 continents. With a fleet of more than 150 aircraft, Wizz Air remains a major player in budget air travel within Eastern and Central Europe and beyond.

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.

Learn About London’s Gatwick

London’s Gatwick Airport is an expansive 1,670-acre international hub near London. In fact, Gatwick’s location in Crawley, 29.5 miles from the city itself, makes it easily accessible using buses, trains, like the Gatwick Express, and by driving. In business, as we know it now, since 1958, this major British airport has actually been used since 1933, predominantly as an RAF base for fighters in WWII. Boasting two terminals, it also manages to accommodate well over 40 million passengers each year using only one runway. Gatwick provides flights to over 200 airports in places like Mallorca, New York City, Barcelona, and Dublin. Although it can’t claim the title of the busiest UK air hub, Gatwick comes second only to mega airport Heathrow.

 

W62221 from Budapest Ferenc Liszt International Airport to London Gatwick Airport Flight Compensation: Questions and Simple Answers

My Wizz Air journey to London Gatwick Airport (LGW) from Budapest was delayed; what should I do?

When you land in London, ask Wizz Air exactly why flight W6 2221 was delayed. Next, you should submit a risk-free compensation claim using AirAdvisor. We’ve successfully helped many passengers claim with Wizz Air for flight W62221 disruptions. There’s no fee unless the W6 2221 claim outcome is positive.

What compensation can I claim from Wizz Air when W62221 has a 2-hour delay?

With a two-hour delay on W62221, Wizz Air is not required to offer any compensation. Only if your flight from Budapest (BUD) Airport to London is cancelled entirely would you be eligible for 250€ as per EU Regulation 261.

What compensation can I expect if my Wizz Air W6 2221 flight is delayed for 3 hours or more?

As per the EU Regulation 261, your W62221 delay might qualify for compensation of 250€. Remember that the 3-hour delay is determined based on when you land in London, not when you take off from Budapest Ferenc Liszt International Airport.

What other ways is flight W6 2221 referenced?

Flight W6 2221 can also be written as W62221, WZZ 2221, and lastly, WZZ2221.

 

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Recent Comments

Nicole from Canada (Wizz Air W6 2221 Flight delay)
August 23, 2019, 4:13 pm

We were grounded and didn't leave Budapest until 10:00 PM. Then when flying into London, we were diverted and landed at London Luton airport around 2 AM instead of Gatwick, and we had to find our own way to Gatwick to catch our next flight which was in the morning.


Balazs from United Kingdom (Wizz Air W6 2221 Flight delay)
August 22, 2022, 5:24 pm

Flight ID: LGG1TG. Expected set of at 19:45. Real time set off was after midnight. At first the airport and we have seen passengers getting off until about 20:30. Then we boarded. Then rain started to fall at around 21:00. They claimed cannot re-fuel the aircraft due to the rain but then around 23:00 they started refuelling anyway. Really disturbing story we got home after 12 hours which should have been around4-5 hours.


Natalia from United Kingdom (Wizz Air W6 2221 Flight delay)
April 23, 2023, 6:10 pm

First at the boarding was announced the flight was overbooked, the boarding was very slow as the airport staff trying prioritize the passengers. The boarding was lasting nearly 3 hours, and the plane took off 3 hours later than sheldued. With late arrival to London I have to stay overnight in airport as all trains already gone to my city Southampton. I had to buy new coach ticket to London (£10 GBP extra) and train ticket (extra £18.9 GBP) for morning train. Got late to work and was told off by my boss. No email had been sent re delay. And the boarding pass was not been altered due delay. No care was offered


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