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Claiming compensation and a refund in case of flight W62815 delay or cancellation

If you arrive at the Vienna International Airport and happen to see your flight W62815 status: Delayed or Cancelled, don’t get upset - we are here to help. Learn your passenger rights below in case your flight W62815 heading to Rome was disrupted.
Wizz Air - W62815 (WZZ2815)
250 €
Vienna International Airport (VIE)
Austria
Fiumicino Airport (FCO)
Italy
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Last Updated: May 23, 2023

Flight Delay Compensation for W6 2815

Wizz Air is obligated to offer flight delay compensation if your W6 2815 flight, departing from Vienna International Airport (VIE) en route to Fiumicino Airport (FCO), experiences a late arrival. This obligation is based on Regulation EU EC261/ 2004 and requires that indemnification should be paid in the situation if the delayed arrival in Rome is more than 3 hours.

Are you wondering if you can get compensation for your Wizz Air flight W6 2815? With our free flight checker for flight W62815, AirAdvisor can assist you in determining this. If you meet the requirements, we will walk you through the compensation process. 

 

Claiming Compensation for Cancelled W6 2815 Flight

If the specific circumstances of your Wizz Air flight W6 2815  from Vienna International Airport to Fiumicino Airport qualify, you may submit a claim for 250€ if your flight is cancelled.

Wizz Air has been known to refuse compensation for cancelled flights when clients attempt to handle the situation without professional legal help, but this is unlikely to happen with AirAdvisor claims.

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Flight W6 2815's cancellation gives passengers the right to a refund

Wizz Air is required by law to refund your ticket from Vienna to Rome if your flight W6 2815 is cancelled. As well, the airline should reimburse you for any other expenses incurred as a direct result of the disruption (night stay in Vienna).

Learn more about flight W62815 refund.

 

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Wizz Air: A Brief Overview

Wizz Air flies to over 600 routes across 31 countries, allowing it to keep up with other popular budget European airlines like Ryanair, Vueling, and EasyJet. Its most-used destinations include London, Budapest, Prague, and Warsaw. Wizz Air’s impressive 153-plane fleet makes it the top airline for travel throughout the Eastern and Central parts of the continent. Based at Budapest’s international airport, this dominant Hungarian airline is here to stay. Anywhere from 30 to 35 million passengers have been known to fly with Wizz in a single year, likely due to its excellent service, vast network, and budget-friendly prices.

The Facts About Vienna's Airport (VIE)

Located just 11 miles (18 km) from the center of Vienna, the Vienna International Airport is Austria's biggest and busiest airport. First built in 1938, it has grown to feature 2 runways, 4 terminals, an underground train station, and a bus station, as well as offering the full range of associated services. With over 10 million passengers in 2021, it is an important hub for a number of destinations in Europe, and features a range of European tourist hotspots. The airport saw 111,567 flight movements and 261,229 tons of cargo in 2021, making it a significant transportation hub for both commercial airlines and cargo deliveries.

Fiumicino International Airport

Rome-Fiumicino International Airport, commonly known as Fiumicino Airport, is the main international airport serving Rome, Italy. With over 29.3 million passengers served in 2022, it is not only the busiest airport in the country but also the 49th busiest in the world. Fiumicino Airport covers an area of 16 square kilometres and has four terminals. It is also part of the second airport system in Italy, serving 32.8 million passengers in 2022. As the hub of ITA, Fiumicino Airport is recognized for its excellent service and was awarded the "Best Airport Award" in the category of hubs with over 40 million passengers in 2022.

 

Wizz Air W6 2815 Vienna-Rome Flight: Questions and Answers on Compensation

If there is a delay of the flight W6 2815 from Vienna to Rome, what actions should be taken?

After you inform about Wizz Air delay reasons, you can submit a claim for compensation risk-free. File the claim with AirAdvisor, and our expert team can support you even with Wizz Air. We work on a No-Win, No-Fee basis, so there is no need to be concerned about any risks.

Am I entitled to compensation because my flight W6 2815 arrived 2 hours late at Rome Airport?

Under EC 261 Regulation, delays of less than 3 hours for flight W6 2815 are not eligible for a delayed flight compensation claim. On the other hand, if your flight is cancelled or has a delay that is longer than 3 hours on arrival, you may be able to claim up to 250€ in compensation.

What are my options for compensation if my flight W6 2815 is delayed?

As per EU 261/2004 Regulation, compensation for a delayed flight of up to 250€ is owed to you by the airline in case your arrival at Rome is delayed by 3 hours or more.

How can the flight W62815 be identified?

Alternative references for this Wizz Air flight include W62815 or WZZ2815, as well as W6 2815 or WZZ 2815.

 

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