“Yesterday WizzAir canceled all flights Vilnius – Nice – Vilnius for this year. We have not received any information and are still not informed. <...>
The trip was planned in July, so what to do now: wait, not wait? Did they cancel this direction or not? What happened?’, readers asked.
There were also questions about the city of Malaga. It was explained that flights were canceled there as well, but other days of flights were planned. Instead of flying on Mondays and Fridays, it looks like they will operate on Thursdays and Sundays.
on Facebook it is also mentioned that passengers also received letters about canceled flights to Rome. The direction of Iceland’s capital, Reykjavik, remains unclear.
The editors contacted the representatives of the airline, who confirmed the information that some flights are cancelled.
Wizz Air confirms that due to scheduled Pratt & Whitney engine inspections in the coming months, which are independent of the airline, Wizz Air will temporarily suspend some of its routes across its network.
In order to ensure the best possible customer experience, the airline made every effort to minimize disruption to passengers and implemented the necessary schedule changes several months prior to the departure date,” stated the response received.
Delphi also asked what specific directions would be affected and for how long. Upon receipt of the company’s clarification, the text will be supplemented.
As the airlines explained, all passengers who booked tickets directly with the airline company will soon receive an e-mail. will notify you of changes by mail and SMS.
They will be offered to choose the most appropriate of three options: free re-booking of the ticket to another flight, refund of 120%. amounts in “WIZZ” credits or 100% refund. money in the original form of payment.
“Wizz Air apologizes for any inconvenience these changes may have caused,” representatives said.
Tadas Vasiliauskas, the representative of the Lithuanian Airports to the media, confirmed that since the end of last year, Wizz Air has publicly provided information about the planned technical inspections of the available aircraft, which led to the airline planning to reduce the volume of operations and the number of flights throughout its in the network.