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W62377 Delay: Compensation Entitlement

On occasions when your flight from BUD (Budapest Ferenc Liszt International Airport) to Barcelona International Airport (BCN) is unexpectedly delayed, Wizz Air is legally bound to offer compensation, depending on flight W62377’s exact circumstances. This requirement is guided by the EU 261/2004 Regulation.

Flight delay compensation rights for flight W6 2377 can be a tricky thing to navigate alone when you arrive at Barcelona International Airport - Franz Josef Strauß. File a compensation claim for a delayed flight against Wizz Air through AirAdvisor for your best chance at an W6 2377 reimbursement. And if you’re not sure whether your W62377 flight from Budapest’s BUD Airport to Barcelona Airport qualifies, consult our Wizz Air W62377 flight checker.


W6 2377 Cancellation: Do you Qualify for Compensation?

Not many travellers would choose to be stranded at Budapest Ferenc Liszt International Airport. If this happens because your W6 2377 flight was cancelled, it’s possible to qualify for compensation from Wizz Air in the amount of 400€. This money is meant to ease the burden of the W62377 cancellation. 

Airlines, including Wizz Air, don’t typically make it easy to claim this payout for flight W6 2377. Increase your odds of a positive result for your BUD Airport to BCN Airport cancellation claim by partnering with AirAdvisor.

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 Passengers’ rights for Flight W62377 by Wizz Air

Flight W62377 Cancelled by Wizz Air: Passengers’ Refund Rights

When you can’t travel from Budapest Airport to Barcelona (BCN) International Airport because your Wizz Air flight was cancelled, the airline is required to issue an W6 2377 refund. Certain conditions apply, and AirAdvisor has lots of information regarding how to claim an Wizz Air flight refund. You might even qualify for reimbursement for supplementary costs, like a Budapest Ferenc Liszt International Airport hotel room that’s needed due to the W62377 cancellation.


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Convenient AirAdvisor Flight Checker to determine eligibility

A Quick Look on Wizz Air

Wizz Air is a Hungarian multinational ultra low-cost carrier that was founded in 2003. With its head office located in Budapest, the airline serves more than 40 countries and boasts the largest fleet in Hungary. Flying to 164 airports, Wizz Air is dedicated to providing its 45 million passengers with affordable and efficient travel options. Their fleet size of 179 planes is evidence of their commitment to helping individuals and families explore the world at an accessible price point.

Budapest Ferenc Liszt Airport - Overview

Budapest Ferenc Liszt International Airport, also known as BUD, is the largest airport in Hungary and serves the metropolitan area of Budapest. Opened in 1985, it is located 16 km outside of the city. In 2022, the airport handled over 12 million passengers, making it an important transportation hub in the region. BUD is home to both Wizz Air and Ryanair, making it a popular destination for low-cost carriers. With a total area of 1,515 hectares, the airport is equipped with two terminals, making it easy for travelers to navigate the facility.

Summing Up Barcelona Airport (BCN)

Josep Tarradellas Barcelona, commonly known as El Prat Airport, is Spain's second busiest airport and is located southwest of Barcelona's city center. Serving as a hub for Level and Vueling, the airport is also a focus city for Iberia, Air Europa, EasyJet and Ryanair. In 2019, Barcelona Airport broke a record by handling 52,686,314 passengers- a 5.0% increase from the previous year. Despite the airport's busy schedule, it continues to excel in its services and maintains its reputation as a top-quality international airport.


Wizz Air W6 2377 from Budapest Ferenc Liszt International Airport to Barcelona Airport Compensation: FAQs


How do I proceed when flight W62377 from Budapest Ferenc Liszt International Airport to Barcelona International Airport (BCN) has a delay?

When you enter the terminal in Minuch, ask the Wizz Air agents for the exact reason W6 2377 was delayed. Then, the best thing to do is submit your risk-free compensation claim AirAdvisor. It’s risk-free because if your W62377 claim isn’t successful against Wizz Air, we don’t charge a fee.


What type of compensation do I get if the Wizz Air flight W6 2377 arrived at Barcelona International Airport 2 hours late?

If your flight W62377 only arrives at Barcelona (BCN) Airport 2 hours late, unfortunately, no compensation from Wizz Air is legally required. On the off chance that your flight from Budapest to Barcelona arrives 3 hours late or is cancelled altogether, you may be entitled to claim 400€ in compensation.


When my W62377 flight to Barcelona with Wizz Air is delayed, what compensation can I claim?

Based on the EC 261 Regulation, you may qualify for compensation of 400€ for the disruption to your Barcelona travel plans due to the W6 2377 delay.


What other ways is my Wizz Air air travel from Budapest Ferenc Liszt International Airport (BUD) to Barcelona International Airport referenced?

Expect to see this flight listed as W6 2377/W62377 or WZZ 2377/WZZ2377.