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03/02/2012

Wizz Air offers rescue fares to Malev passengers

Budapest, Hungary: Wizz Air, the largest low fare – low cost airline in Central and Eastern Europe announced today that it would provide a special rescue package to passengers impacted by the suspension of Malev’s operations by offering re-routing alternatives to/from Budapest.

Passengers who hold a valid Malev electronic ticket for travel between February 3rd, 2012 and March 24th, 2012 can call the Wizz Air call centre at +36 1 358 6565 to benefit from the 9900 HUF fares (all inclusive, one way). Seats are subject to availability and flights must be rebooked by 6pm February 13th, 2012.

Rebooking Conditions:

Passengers must have the Malev electronic ticket number available when calling the Wizz Air call centre to rebook their travel. Passengers will also need to present a printed copy of their original Malev electronic ticket (in addition to the Wizz Air itinerary), upon check-in for their Wizz Air flight. Passengers without a Malev electronic ticket will not be allowed to travel.

Additional charges apply for optional services such as checked baggage, pre-boarding, etc. Please check wizzair.com for these details along with information about baggage size and weight restrictions.

Malev Routes Malev Airport codes Wizz Air Routes Wizz Air Airport codes
Budapest – Amsterdam BUD-AMS Budapest – Eindhoven BUD-EIN
Budapest – Stockholm BUD-ARN Budapest – Stockholm Skavsta BUD-NYO
Budapest – Brussels BUD-BRU Budapest – Brussels Charleroi BUD-CRL
Budapest – Paris BUD-CDG Budapest – Brussels Charleroi BUD-CRL
Budapest – Cluj BUD-CLJ Budapest – Tirgu Mures BUD-TGM
Budapest – Copenhagen/Malmo BUD-CPH Budapest – Malmo BUD-MMX
Budapest – Rome BUD-FCO Budapest – Rome BUD-FCO
Budapest – Frankfurt BUD-FRA Budapest – Frankfurt Hahn BUD-HHN
Budapest – Gothenburg BUD-GOT Budapest – Gothenburg BUD-GSE
Budapest – Hamburg BUD-HAM Budapest – Dortmund BUD-DTM
Budapest – Helsinki BUD-HEL Budapest – Turku BUD-TKU
Budapest – London BUD-LGW Budapest – London Luton BUD-LTN
Budapest – Madrid BUD-MAD Budapest – Madrid BUD-MAD
Budapest – Milan BUD-MXP Budapest – Milan Bergamo BUD-BGY
Budapest – Bucharest BUD-OTP Budapest – Tirgu Mures BUD-TGM
Budapest – Stuttgart BUD-STR Budapest – Frankfurt Hahn BUD-HHN
Budapest – Tirgu Mures BUD-TGM Budapest – Tirgu Mures BUD-TGM

“As the largest airline in Central and Eastern Europe, we deem it important to extend a helping hand to passengers whose travel plans have been interrupted by Malev’s decision to suspend operations. In the past, we have provided similar support to passengers who have been stranded by failing carriers and we will continue to do so. We will continue to grow throughout the region, and are here to provide our passengers a reliable and trusted travel experience for great value and customer satisfaction”, said György Abrán, Chief Commercial Officer of Wizz Air .