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If you arrive at the Málaga Airport and happen to see your flight W62390 status: Delayed or Cancelled, don’t get upset - we are here to help. Learn your passenger rights below in case your flight W62390 heading to Budapest was disrupted.
Wizz Air - W62390 (WZZ2390)
400 €
Málaga Airport (AGP)
Spain
Budapest Ferenc Liszt International Airport (BUD)
Hungary
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Last Updated: June 15, 2023

Delayed W6 2390 Flight: Entitlement to Compensation

If departing from Málaga Airport (AGP) en route to Budapest Ferenc Liszt International Airport (BUD) you are unfortunate to experience a late arrival, Wizz Air is required to provide compensation for flight delays. This is based on Regulation EU EC261/ 2004, which states that indemnification must be paid if the delay in arriving in Budapest exceeds 3 hours. 

If you are looking for compensation for your Wizz Air flight W6 2390, our team at AirAdvisor can assist you. Our free flight checker for flight W62390 is a useful tool for determining if you are eligible for compensation. 

 

Compensation Eligibility for W6 2390 Flight Cancellation

If your Wizz Air flight from Málaga Airport to Budapest Ferenc Liszt International Airport W6 2390 is cancelled and you meet the specific criteria for compensation, you may be able to claim up to 400€.

It is not uncommon for Wizz Air to reject clients' requests for flight cancellation compensation when they do not have professional legal representation, but this is less likely with AirAdvisor claims.

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Claim refund for cancelled Flight W6 2390

In the unpleasant event that your flight W6 2390 is cancelled, Wizz Air is legally obligated to compensate you for any additional costs (such as overnight accommodation in Malaga) directly caused by the disruption, as well as to grant your demand for a ticket refund from Malaga to Budapest.

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Who is Wizz Air?

The major player for low-cost flights in Hungary and Eastern Europe, Wizz Air operates hundreds of routes from more than 20 hubs within Central and Eastern Europe. It also has a primary base in London at Luton International Airport. The airline has grown into a leading player in the European aviation market and boasts a wide range of popular destinations, such as Warsaw, Barcelona, Kyiv, and Istanbul. Budapest is both the headquarters and main base of Wizz Air’s operations and helps millions of annual passengers explore 31 exciting countries.

Málaga Airport - Quick Overview

Málaga Airport (AGP), located just 8 km from Málaga and 5 km from Torremolinos, is the fourth busiest airport in Spain. Since its opening in 1919, it has offered flights to over 60 countries worldwide and currently operates out of three terminals. In fact, AGP is the busiest airport in Andalusia and is linked to over 100 cities in Europe. Recently, the airport has become known for its busiest international route, servicing London-Gatwick, which sees a high volume of passengers traveling through its gates. As of 2022, AGP saw 18,457,194 passengers and 144,107 aircraft movements.

Facts About Budapest Ferenc Liszt Airport

Budapest Ferenc Liszt International Airport, designated with the IATA code BUD, is the largest airport in Hungary. Since its opening in 1985, the airport has been serving the bustling Budapest metropolitan area, located 16 km away. Considered a major hub for Wizz Air and a base for Ryanair, BUD covers a vast area of 1,515 hectares and has two terminals to accommodate its passengers. In 2022, Budapest Airport handled an impressive 12.2 million passengers, making it a significant contributor to the country's economy.

 

Questions and Answers on Compensation for Wizz Air W6 2390 Flight from Malaga to Budapest

If there is a delay with flight W6 2390 from Malaga to Budapest, what should you do?

AirAdvisor experienced team of professionals can help you submit a claim for compensation risk-free and advocate for your claim, including with Wizz Air, after you required the airlines for reasons of the delay. Remember, you have nothing to lose because we operate on a No-Win, No-Fee basis.

Am I eligible for receiving compensation if my flight W6 2390 landed 2 hours late at Budapest Ferenc Liszt International Airport?

Unfortunately, under UE 261 Regulation from 2004, you are not entitled to submit a compensation claim if your flight W6 2390 delays for less than 3 hours. However, if your flight is cancelled or has a longer delay, you may be eligible for compensation of up to 400€.

What is the amount of compensation I am eligible to claim for the delay of my flight W6 2390?

A delay of 3 hours or more in your arrival at Budapest gives you the right to claim a flight delay compensation of up to 400€ under Regulation EU EC261/ 2004.

What other terms can be used to refer to flight W62390?

This Wizz Air flight can be referred to using any of the following designations: W62390, WZZ2390, W6 2390, or WZZ 2390.

 

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