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How to Claim a Passenger Reimbursement or Compensation when Flight W62393 is Interrupted

If you arrive at the Budapest Ferenc Liszt International Airport and happen to see your flight W62393 status: Delayed or Cancelled, don’t get upset - we are here to help. Learn your passenger rights below in case your flight W62393 heading to Lisbon was disrupted.
Wizz Air - W62393 (WZZ2393)
400 €
Budapest Ferenc Liszt International Airport (BUD)
Hungary
Lisbon Humberto Delgado Airport (LIS)
Portugal
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Last Updated: June 09, 2023

Flight W62393 Trip Reimbursement for a Delay

In the event that you land at Lisbon Humberto Delgado Airport from Budapest Ferenc Liszt International Airport with a delay, you may have a right to claim compensation from Wizz Air. This right for flight W6 2393 is based on the UE 261 Regulation from 2004 and generally applies if your arrival at LIS Airport (not your departure from Budapest Airport) is delayed more than 3 hours.

First, confirm if your W62393 journey from Budapest to Lisbon qualifies for flight delay compensation from Wizz Air using our free flight checker. Then, to significantly improve your chances of a successful W6 2393 compensation claim, use AirAdvisor’s platform and expertise.

 

Flight W6 2393 Trip Reimbursement for a Cancellation

A complete cancellation of your flight from Budapest Airport (BUD) to Lisbon Humberto Delgado Airport may also qualify for compensation from Wizz Air of 400€

This W62393 flight cancellation reimbursement from Wizz Air is subject to terms and conditions, and there is no one better to assist you with the W6 2393 claim process than AirAdvisor. When your flight travelling from Budapest Ferenc Liszt International Airport to Lisbon Airport leaves you stranded, we’re here to help.

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Flight W6 2393 Cancelled: Your Right to a Reimbursement

Being grounded at Budapest Ferenc Liszt International Airport without a way to get to Lisbon because your flight W62393 is cancelled is frustrating. Legally, Wizz Air needs to issue a refund for a cancelled W62393 flight to Lisbon Humberto Delgado Airport. You may also qualify for reimbursement from Wizz Air for associated costs, like hotel rooms, that are a direct result of the W6 2393 cancellation.

 

Route Map from Budapest (BUD) to Lisbon (LIS) for Wizz Air Flight W62393

 



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Wizz Air - What You Should Know

Wizz Air is a Hungarian multinational ultra low-cost carrier that was founded in 2003 and has its head office in Budapest. With a fleet size of 179, it is also the largest fleet in Hungary. The airline serves more than 40 countries and flies to 164 airports. In 2022, Wizz Air carried over 45 million passengers. The airline's commitment to providing affordable and accessible travel has earned it a spot as one of Europe's fastest growing airlines, making it a popular choice among travelers seeking high-quality, low-cost transportation.

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.

What’s the Deal with Humberto Delgado Airport?

Located just 7 kilometres north of the Portuguese capital, Lisbon Portela Airport, also known as Humberto Delgado Airport, is one of the largest airports in Southern Europe, handling more than 30 million passengers from around the world each year. With two main runways, the airport was opened during World War II on 15 October 1942. Despite its magnitude, the airport ensures that passenger flow is efficient and easy to navigate. In 2019, it handled over 30 million passengers, earning it numerous awards as the best airport in Europe. Connecting flights are also hassle-free, with an hour being enough time to transfer. Moreover, getting to the airport is a breeze, making it easy to reach your hotel and begin your exploration of beautiful Lisbon.

 

Flight W6 2393 Reimbursement for Trips from Budapest to Lisbon: Answers to Common Questions

What process do I follow when flight W62393 to Lisbon Humberto Delgado Airport (LIS) experiences a delay?

Once you land at Lisbon Humberto Delgado Airport, speak with Wizz Air staff to confirm the exact reason why flight W6 2393 had a delay. Armed with this information relating to flight W62393, head to AirAdvisor to file a risk-free compensation claim because there’s no charge unless you win.

What if my flight from Budapest BUD to Lisbon LIS is 2 hours late? Can I claim reimbursement?

Since the required threshold for W62393 flight delay compensation is 3 hours, a 2-hour delay upon arrival at Lisbon Airport (LIS) would not qualify for any compensation.

What kind of payment can I expect to receive from Wizz Air when flight W62393 has a delay?

When you meet the minimum 3-hour threshold, a flight W6 2393 delay can qualify for payment of 400€ from Wizz Air. This is based on EU Regulation 261.

How is this air journey from Budapest Ferenc Liszt International Airport to Lisbon Humberto Delgado Airport typically referenced?

This Wizz Air flight may be noted as W62393 or W6 2393. It may also be referenced as WZZ2393 or WZZ 2393.

 

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