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Delayed W6 2389 Flight: Claiming Compensation

Regulation EU EC261/ 2004 mandates that Wizz Air compensate passengers for flight delays if your flight W6 2389 departing from Budapest Ferenc Liszt International Airport (BUD) and traveling to Málaga Airport (AGP) is delayed upon arrival. The airline must pay flight delay compensation if your arrival time in Malaga is more than 3 hours late.

Passengers on Wizz Air flight W6 2389 may be eligible for compensation, and AirAdvisor's team can help you determine if you do. We provide a free flight checker for flight W62389 to help you determine your eligibility and navigate the compensation process.


W6 2389 Flight Cancelled: Your Compensation Rights

Passengers on Wizz Air flight W6 2389 from Budapest Ferenc Liszt International Airport to Málaga Airport may be eligible for compensation of {{compensation}}€ if the flight is cancelled, subject to specific eligibility criteria.

When our clients try to resolve it themselves, Wizz Air frequently denies their requests for flight cancellation compensation; however, AirAdvisor claims can help avoid this issue. 

 Claiming compensation from Wizz Air for delayed arrival at Málaga Airport

Passenger Rights: Flight Compensation and How to Proceed

 Delayed or cancelled Wizz Air flight W62389 next steps

Passengers on Flight W6 2389 have the right to a refund if the flight is cancelled

According to the law, if your flight W6 2389 is cancelled, Wizz Air is required to reimburse you for any additional expenses (such as an overnight accommodation in Budapest) directly caused by the disruption, as well as to honor your request for a refund of the Budapest to Malaga ticket. 

Learn more about flight W62389 refund.


Route Map of Wizz Air Flight W62389 from Budapest to Malaga

Pointers on Wizz Air trip disruptions

What amount of compensation can be claimed in case of delayed or cancelled Wizz Air flights

Get to Know Wizz Air

The EU low-cost airline Wizz Air first started taking passengers in 2003 and now carries up to 37 million customers annually. Wizz currently connects 140 airports in over 30 countries using its bases at London Luton and Budapest Airports. By focusing on operational excellence and cost efficiency, Wizz Air has been able to offer its customers an affordable travel option with superior services.

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.

Introducing Málaga Airport

Málaga Airport (AGP) is a vital transportation hub for both Spanish and international travelers. It's a bustling airport located just 8 km from Málaga and 5 km from Torremolinos, making it easy for tourists to reach. Since it opened in 1919, Málaga Airport has gradually grown to become the fourth busiest airport in Spain. The airport also features three terminals, which helps ensure smoother passenger flow. Connected to over 100 cities in Europe, Málaga Airport is essential for Spanish tourism. Additionally, it offers non-stop flights to over 60 countries worldwide. Currently, Málaga Airport boasts the busiest international route from AGP to London-Gatwick. In 2022, the airport saw 18,457,194 passengers and 144,107 aircraft movements.


FAQs about Flight Compensation for Wizz Air W6 2389 from Budapest to Malaga


What should you do if flight W6 2389 from Budapest to Malaga experiences a delay?

You can submit a claim for compensation risk-free after you ask Wizz Air for the delay reasons. Our knowledgeable team can assist you in arguing your case, even against Wizz Air. You can be confident because we operate on a No-Win, No-Fee basis, so you have nothing to lose.


Can I request compensation if my flight W6 2389 was delayed by 2 hours upon arrival at Malaga Airport?

If your flight W6 2389 is delayed less than 3 hours, EC 261 Regulation from 2004 does not entitle you to submit your compensation claim and get a refund for a disrupted flight. But in the situation of flight cancellation or a longer delay, you may qualify for a compensation of 400€.


If there is a delay for my flight W6 2389, what compensation am I eligible to claim?

If your arrival in Malaga is delayed by 3 hours or more, you have the right to claim compensation for the delayed flight of 400€ under UE 261 Regulation.


How else can the flight W62389 be identified?

You can refer to this Wizz Air flight as W62389, WZZ2389, W6 2389, or WZZ 2389.