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Claiming compensation and a refund in case of flight W63190 delay or cancellation

If you arrive at the Málaga Airport and happen to see your flight W63190 status: Delayed or Cancelled, don’t get upset - we are here to help. Learn your passenger rights below in case your flight W63190 heading to Bucharest was disrupted.
Wizz Air - W63190 (WZZ3190)
400 €
Málaga Airport (AGP)
Spain
Henri Coandă International Airport (OTP)
Romania
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Last Updated: June 15, 2023

Flight Delay Compensation for W6 3190

Wizz Air is obligated to offer flight delay compensation if your W6 3190 flight, departing from Málaga Airport (AGP) en route to Henri Coandă International Airport (OTP), 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 Bucharest is more than 3 hours.

Are you wondering if you can get compensation for your Wizz Air flight W6 3190? With our free flight checker for flight W63190, 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 3190 Flight

If the specific circumstances of your Wizz Air flight W6 3190  from Málaga Airport to Henri Coandă International Airport qualify, you may submit a claim for 400€ 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.

 Wizz Air's late arrival at Bucharest Airport. Compensation

Flight Compensation: Passenger Entitlements and Action Steps

 Wizz Air delays or cancellation on flight W63190 what to do next

Flight W6 3190's cancellation gives passengers the right to a refund

Wizz Air is required by law to refund your ticket from Malaga to Bucharest if your flight W6 3190 is cancelled. As well, the airline should reimburse you for any other expenses incurred as a direct result of the disruption (night stay in Malaga).

Learn more about flight W63190 refund.

 

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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.

Málaga Airport (AGP): The Details

Málaga Airport, located 8 km from Málaga and 5 km from Torremolinos, is the fourth busiest airport in Spain and the busiest airport of Andalusia. With flights to over 60 countries worldwide and being linked to over 100 cities in Europe, this airport plays a vital role in Spain's transportation infrastructure. Since its opening in 1919, it has grown to become a significant player in the aviation industry, with its 3 terminals processing a whopping 18,457,194 passengers and 144,107 aircraft movements in 2022. With the busiest international route from AGP being to London-Gatwick, Málaga Airport is a key contributor to Spain's tourism industry.

Bucharest Airport (OTP) - The Pertinent Info

Bucharest Henri Coandă International Airport, Romania's busiest international airport, is located in Otopeni, 16.5 km from Bucharest. Opened on 13 April 1970, it boasts two runways, 104 check-in counters, and 38 boarding gates. As of 2022, the airport has served 12,610,247 passengers and accommodated 120,745 aircraft movements. Additionally, it serves as the base for low-cost airlines such as Ryanair, Wizz Air, Animawings, and Air Bucharest. Bucharest Henri Coandă International Airport is a modern and well-equipped airport, providing passengers with high-quality services and facilities.

 

Wizz Air W6 3190 Malaga-Bucharest Flight: Questions and Answers on Compensation

If there is a delay of the flight W6 3190 from Malaga to Bucharest, 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 3190 arrived 2 hours late at Bucharest Airport?

Under EC 261 Regulation, delays of less than 3 hours for flight W6 3190 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 400€ in compensation.

What are my options for compensation if my flight W6 3190 is delayed?

As per EU 261/2004 Regulation, compensation for a delayed flight of up to 400€ is owed to you by the airline in case your arrival at Bucharest is delayed by 3 hours or more.

How can the flight W63190 be identified?

Alternative references for this Wizz Air flight include W63190 or WZZ3190, as well as W6 3190 or WZZ 3190.

 

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