The largest low-cost airline in the region of Central and Eastern Europe said passengers on October 29 will not pay a surcharge for introducing larger hand luggage in the passenger cabin of all flights.
“For flights before October 29, 2017, the ticket price in one direction includes taxes, administrative and other mandatory taxis and a small cabin bag (maximum 42x32x25 cm). Large cabin bags and any declared luggage are subject to additional fees. For flights from October 29, 2017, the prices of our one-way flights include fees, administrative and other mandatory charges, as well as the cost of your hand baggage (55x40x23 cm, max. 10 kg). Any declared luggage is subject to additional fees, “reads the statement posted on the official website of” Wizz Air “.
The airline also announced a new service for passengers called “Wizz Priority”, which is available from today. The service includes priority airplane placement, and passengers will be able to insert in their luggage one extra small bag with maximum dimensions 40x30x18cm.