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Instructions on How to Claim Compensation or Refund if Flight W63171 is Delayed or Cancelled

If you arrive at the Henri Coandă International Airport and happen to see your flight W63171 status: Delayed or Cancelled, don’t get upset - we are here to help. Learn your passenger rights below in case your flight W63171 heading to Madrid was disrupted.
Wizz Air - W63171 (WZZ3171)
400 €
Henri Coandă International Airport (OTP)
Romania
Adolfo Suárez Madrid–Barajas Airport (MAD)
Spain
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Last Updated: May 22, 2023

Rules for Compensation when Your Flight W6 3171 with Wizz Air Encounters a Delay

Flying from Henri Coandă International Airport to Adolfo Suárez Madrid–Barajas Airport is stressful enough - these are busy airports. But an Wizz Air flight W63171 flight delay will put another wrench into your travel plans. Luckily, it might be possible to claim compensation for a delayed flight to make things a little easier. The EU 261/2004 regulation is in place to protect you. It requires Wizz Air to provide compensation in case of flight delay to anyone landing at Madrid Airport (MAD) more than 3 hours after the originally scheduled time.

The AirAdvisor team can help you determine if you are entitled to flight delay compensation for your late arrival at Madrid Airport (MAD). To make things simple, we have a free flight checker for flight W63171 to see if you are eligible for this type of reimbursement, assuming you meet the requirements. 

 

W63171 Flight Cancelled: Your Rightful Reimbursement

If you’re truly stranded by a cancelled flight at Henri Coandă International Airport, it’s possible to claim flight cancellation compensation, depending on the circumstances. It’s useful to know your rights, as you may be entitled to claim up to 400€ for the disruption of Wizz Air flight W6 3171.

It’s common to hear from our clients that Wizz Air is difficult to deal with concerning this type of refund in case of a cancelled flight. But with AirAdvisor by your side as your flight W63171 advocate, your chances of reimbursement are substantially higher.

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W63171 Flight Compensation: Passenger Rights and Summarized Steps

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 Customer Rights and Refunds When Flight W6 3171 Gets Cancelled

Wizz Air is required by law to reimburse you for your plane ticket from Bucharest, Romania, to Madrid, Spain, if your flight is cancelled. You can also qualify for additional remuneration for expenses directly related to the W63171 cancellation, such as a hotel stay in Bucharest.

If you’d like to learn more about a flight W6 3171 refund, we have information on how to get your money back.

 

Wizz Air Route Map for Flight W63171 Travelling from Bucharest to Munich



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My flight W63171 with Wizz Air was delayed - what can I claim

Wizz Air Main Information

Wizz Air, known as the largest low-cost airline serving Central and Eastern Europe, began in 2003, growing to transport over 36 million passengers each year. The airline flies to 140 European, African, and Middle Eastern destinations using its ultra-modern Airbus A320 fleet. With low fares and route coverage to some unique cities, Wizz Air is a reliable yet cost-effective choice for air transportation.

Getting to Know Bucharest Airport (OTP)

Bucharest Henri Coandă International Airport is the largest and busiest airport in Romania, handling over 12 million passengers each year. Located just 16.5 km from Bucharest in Otopeni, the airport opened its doors on 13th April 1970 and boasts two runways, 104 check-in counters, and 38 boarding gates. As the base for low-cost airlines such as Ryanair, Wizz Air, Animawings and Air Bucharest, the passenger flow is constantly moving, making it an efficient and popular destination. With its high magnitude and convenient location, the airport continues to grow and thrive as a critical hub for international travel.

Introducing Madrid Airport

Using the airport code MAD, Adolfo Suárez Madrid–Barajas Airport is the second-largest airport based on size on the European continent. Four large terminals welcomed over 57 million vacationers and business travellers in 2018 alone. Nearly a hundred different airlines have routes to this popular hub that links Europe with Asia, North America, South America, and Africa. When the airport is at its busiest, upwards of 1,000 flights arrive to and depart from here.

Wizz Air W6 3171 Reimbursement Options: Answers to the Most Common Questions

What do I need to do if my flight W63171 from Bucharest (OTP) to Madrid (MAD) is delayed?

As soon as you arrive late in Madrid, ask Wizz Air the reasons why the flight was delayed. Then, submit a risk-free compensation claim with AirAdvisor. With our experience with many flights like W6 3171, we can help strengthen your claim. We don’t charge a fee unless you receive reimbursement, so you have nothing to lose.

My flight W6 3171 was 2 hours late arriving at Madrid Airport (MAD). Am I eligible for compensation?

Unfortunately, no. For any delays on flight W63171 shorter than 3 hours, EU law does not require airlines to provide compensation. But in the case of a flight W63171 cancellation of your departure from Bucharest Airport, you might be able to claim compensation of 400€.

What compensation am I entitled to for my delay on flight W63171?

EU Regulation 261 stipulates that you can qualify for 400€ in compensation for the W6 3171 flight delay of 3 hours or more. This is calculated based on when you arrive in Madrid.

What are the other ways flight W6 3171 is referenced?

This Wizz Air flight from Bucharest to Madrid may also appear as W63171, W6 3171, WZZ3171, and WZZ 3171.

 

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Sergiu Stefan from Romania (Wizz Air W6 3171 Denied boarding)
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