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Compensation for Delayed W6 5704 Flight

You may be entitled to compensation if the Wizz Air flight W6 5704 that departs from Vienna Airport (VIE) and travels to London Gatwick Airport (LGW) is delayed. This is because Wizz Air is required to provide flight delay compensation if upon arrival in London the delay lasts longer than 3 hours under Regulation EU EC261/ 2004

Our staff at AirAdvisor can help you figure out if you're entitled to reimbursement for your W6 5704 flight. If you fulfill the requirements, you can use our free flight checker for flight W65704 as a helpful tool to help you apply for compensation from Wizz Air.


Compensation for Cancelled W6 5704 Flight

You may be able to receive 250€ if your flight W6 5704 from Vienna International Airport (VIE) to London Gatwick Airport (LGW), is cancelled by Wizz Air. 

Our clients have told us that if they attempt to manage their compensation claims for cancelled flights without legal representation, Wizz Air routinely rejects them. However, if you submit your claim through AirAdvisor, it is doubtful that this will occur. You have greater chances to get your money back with zero risks. 

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Passengers on Cancelled Flight W6 5704: Know Your Refund Rights

Wizz Air is required by law to respond your request for a refund of your Vienna to Munchen ticket and to cover any additional expenses incurred as a result of the cancellation of your flight W6 5704 (such as overnight accommodation in Vienna).

More to learn about flight W65704 refund.


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The Wizz Air Story

Wizz Air is an ultra-low-cost Hungarian airline that operates countless routes in and out of Eastern Europe. Also flying to Central and Western Europe, Wizz maintains its primary base and headquarters in Budapest. An average of up to 40 million passengers board one of the 153 Wizz Air planes annually, and the airline is constantly striving to increase its capacity even further. In all, travellers can reach in excess of 30 countries and 145 destinations by booking a Wizz Air flight.

About Vienna Airport (VIE)

Vienna International Airport is the primary airport of Austria, serving as an important hub for numerous destinations across Europe. Located just 11 miles (18 km) outside the city center of Vienna, the airport boasts four terminals, two runways, an underground train station, and a bus station. First built in 1938, it has grown to become the busiest and biggest airport in the country, offering the full range of associated services. In 2021, the airport served over 10 million passengers with 111,567 flight movements and 261,229 tonnes of cargo. With a focus on European destinations, Vienna International Airport is a crucial transport link for travelers and businesses alike.

A Few Words About Gatwick Airport

After undergoing a major renovation and expansion in 1958, Gatwick Airport re-opened to the public for commercial flights. The airport's two terminals can now manage a staggering 45 million people each year, making it an integral piece of London's transportation network. Around a 30-minute train ride south from London gets passengers to the airport quickly and economically. Once here, passengers have access to an impressive selection of shops, restaurants, and other travel-related services. Gatwick proudly offers up to 200 intriguing routes to tempt business and leisure air travellers to use the UK’s third-busiest airport.


Frequently Asked Questions About W6 5704 Flight Compensation on Wizz Air's Vienna-London Route


If flight W6 5704 from Vienna International Airport to London Gatwick Airport is delayed, what should you do?

Inquire with Wizz Air about the cause of the delay and submit a claim for compensation risk-free. Even with Wizz Air, our knowledgeable team has extensive experience advocating for your claim. You have nothing to lose because we operate on a No-Win, No-Fee basis.


Can I receive compensation if my W6 5704 flight arrived at Munchen Airport 2 hours later than scheduled?

EU regulations do not provide passengers with compensation for delays of less than 3 hours upon arrival. But if your W6 5704 flight was cancelled or arrived Munchen Airport with a delay of longer than 3 hours, you may be eligible for compensation of up to 250€.


What amount of compensation I can request for my flight W6 5704 if it was delayed?

If your arrival in London is delayed by 3 hours or more, you are eligible for a compensation of 250€, according to EU 261/2004 Regulation.


How else can I identify the flight W6 5704?

W6 5704 as well as W65704 or WZZ5704/WZZ 5704, are some alternative references for this particular Wizz Air flight.