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Flight W63006 Delayed: Your Compensation

Let’s say that your flight to Bucharest leaving from London Luton Airport encounters an unexpected delay. If that’s the case for your flight W63006, don’t fret. You can submit a compensation claim for a delayed flight with Wizz Air, provided certain conditions apply. The main stipulation is that flight W6 3006 has to be a minimum of 3 hours late landing at OTP Airport. 

AirAdvisor knows the ins and outs of applying the EU 261 / 2004 Regulation to the delay of flight W63006. Try our convenient (and free) Wizz Air W6 3006 flight checker to check your eligibility.


Wizz Air Flight W6 3006 Cancelled: Getting Compensation

London Luton Airport is definitely not a fun place to be stranded due to an Wizz Air cancellation. What airport is? To make things a little easier after an W6 3006 flight cancellation, depending on your situation, you may qualify for reimbursement of up to 400€ from Wizz Air.

It’s much trickier to make a flight W63006 compensation claim when you go it alone. That’s why AirAdvisor, who is used to dealing with Wizz Air trip interruptions, is your perfect partner.

 Submit your claim for a delay on Wizz Air W63006

W63006 Flight Compensation: Passenger Rights and Steps

 My rights for Flight W6 3006 by Wizz Air

Refund Claim Entitlement when Flight W63006 is Cancelled Completely

When you purchase a ticket on Wizz Air W63006 for a trip from London LTN Airport to Bucharest, and the flight is cancelled, Wizz Air must issue a refund for the cancelled flight. You might also qualify for extra compensation for costs due to the W63006 cancellation, like a hotel room near London Luton Airport.

You’ll find even more refund information.


Flight W63006 via Wizz Air: London (LTN) to Bucharest (OTP) Route Guide

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Wizz Air Facts

Wizz Air was established in 2003 and has since grown to become a leading  low-cost air carrier in Europe. It flies its annual passenger base amounting to roughly 35 million to more than 130 destinations. With its fleet of over 150 Airbus aircraft and globally recognized safety standards, Wizz Air is well-positioned from its Budapest hub to serve travellers who want a convenient, affordable flying experience.

Get Acquainted with London Luton Airport

London Luton Airport (LTN) is a well-established international airport located in Luton, Bedfordshire, England, just 1.5 miles (2.4 km) east of the town centre. With its enviable position just 28 miles (45 km) north of Central London, its popularity is not hard to understand. Opened on the site on 16 July 1938, the airport saw over 16.5 million passengers pass through its doors in 2018, making it the fifth busiest airport in the UK and the fourth-largest airport serving the London area after Heathrow, Gatwick and Stansted. The airport serves as a base for several big-name airlines, including EasyJet, TUI Airways, Ryanair, and Wizz Air. While the majority of the routes served are within Europe, the airport also offers some charter and scheduled routes to Northern Africa and Asia. With its ideal location, it's no wonder why London Luton Airport is a top choice for many travelers.

Bucharest Airport (OTP): Get the Facts

Bucharest's Henri Coandă International Airport is the busiest in Romania and serves as a major gateway to the country's capital. Located just 16.5 km from downtown Bucharest, the airport was first opened in 1970 and has since undergone several renovations and expansions. With two runways, 104 check-in counters, and 38 boarding gates, Henri Coandă handles an impressive amount of passenger flow each year. As of 2022, the airport has seen over 12 million passengers and 120,000 aircraft movements, serving as a base for popular low-cost airlines Ryanair, Wizz Air, Animawings, and Air Bucharest. Overall, Henri Coandă International Airport plays a vital role in connecting travelers to Romania and beyond.


Wizz Air W63006 Trip from London to Bucharest Compensation: FAQs


What do I do when my W6 3006 flight to Bucharest from London Luton Airport is delayed?

The minute you step off the Wizz Air plane in Bucharest, ask the airline staff the reason why flight W63006 encountered a delay. After that, submit your risk-free compensation claim with us. AirAdvisor operates on a no-win, no-fee basis, so for your W6 3006 trip delay claim, using us is completely risk-free.


What kind of compensation can I get if the Wizz Air flight W63006 arrived at Henri Coandă International Airport 2 hours late?

Unless the delay arriving at Henri Coandă International Airport is at least 3 hours, there is no Wizz Air compensation requirement. But, if your W6 3006 flight arrives 3 hours late or is cancelled and you never leave London Luton Airport, then the potential exists to claim 400€ in compensation.


How much compensation am I owed by Wizz Air for the delay of flight W6 3006 departing from London?

According to the UE 261 Regulation from 2004, you may be entitled to 400€ to compensate you for the inconvenience of the flight W6 3006 delay.


What alternate ways is this Wizz Air flight from London Luton Airport to Bucharest referenced?

Look for W63006/W6 3006 and WZZ3006/WZZ 3006.