Infants up to the age of 2 may fly for a infant fee, on the accompanying adult's lap. No more than 1 infant per accompanying person is allowed. The Infant Fee may be paid online during the booking procedure or through the Call Centre. No tax and no booking fee will be charged in addition to the infant fee. Infants are not entitled to any baggage allowance with the exception of a pushchair (carried free of charge). Infant car seats cannot be taken on board.
Wizz Air currently charges a flat EUR 25 per one-way flight for the transport of infants. However, from now, if the price of the accompanying one–way adult fare is lower than EUR 25, the same amount will be applied for the infant fee. If the price of the accompanying one–way adult fare is over than EUR 25, then infant fee will remain at EUR 25.
Infants must be under the age of 2 for both the departure and the return flights. Should the infant reach the age of 2 after the departure and before the return journey, a seat must be purchased.
over the age of two will not be allowed to travel on the accompanying adult.
Children between the age of 2 years and 14 years old are booked as children but must occupy their own seat and pay the adult fare
Wizz Air accepts children travelling together on the condition that there is a minimum of one accompanying adult (aged 16 years or above) per 10 children.
Children under 14 can only fly if they are accompanied by an adult who is at least 16 years old who will take full responsibility for the child.
Passengers of 14 and 15 years of age may travel unaccompanied but cannot be responsible for any passenger under 14 years old.
The accompanying adult must be booked under the same reservation as the child. If the child's seat on the flight is reserved separately from the accompanying adult the two reservations must contain the same customer name and address.
Children older than 14 years can travel on Wizz Air flights on their own.
important notice to Romanian citizens under the age of 18 years old
Special conditions apply for Romanian citizens under the age of 18.
In accordance with Romanian law no 248 of 2005 [regarding the regime of the free movement of the Romanian citizens abroad], Romanian citizens under the age of 18 years olds may only travel abroad if accompanied by both his/her parents or one parent / one adult and posses the required documentation.
Wizz Air will refuse carriage of passengers who fail to present the necessary documentation.
Please kindly inquire about the formalities before traveling.
Procedures of leaving of territory of Ukraine by children who are citizens of Ukraine.
Persons under age of 16 who are citizens of Ukraine can only cross the border when leaving Ukraine with consent of both parents (adopted parents, care-givers), accompanied by them or accompanied by persons appointed by them. Children shall have valid foreign Passport or Child Travel Document or shall be entered into the foreign passport of their parent (when travelling with such parent).
When persons under age of 16 who are citizens of Ukraine exit territory of Ukraine accompanied by one parent or a person appointed by one parent, and the other parent is not present at the border crossing-point, a notarized consent of the other parent for such crossing shall be presented, specifying the country of destination and time of travel.
Notarized consent of the other parent is not required in the following cases:
When the other parent, who is not present at the border crossing-point, is foreign national or stateless person, which should be indicated on the Birth Certificate of the child;
When a travelling citizen under 16 years old has a note in his passport indicating that such citizen permanently leaves Ukraine or that he/she is registered with the Ukrainian Consulate abroad.
Also there is no need for the notarized consent of the other parent if the following documents or their notarized copies are presented:
Death certificate of the other parent;
Court decision indicating that the other parent is deprived of his/her parental rights;
Court decision indicating that the other parent is missing;
Court decision indicating that the other parent is incapacitated;
Court decision allowing a child to leave territory of Ukraine without consent and not accompanied by the other parent;
Birth Certificate of the child with indication that information about father was entered according to the cl.1 art. 135 of the Family Code of Ukraine (when the child is accompanied by the single mother);
Persons under age of 16 who are citizens of Ukraine can cross the border while leaving Ukraine accompanied by the persons, appointed by both parents on the basis of notarized consent of both parents for such crossing, specifying the country of destination and time of travel.
Children who are not citizens of Ukraine and persons above 16 years old can exit territory of Ukraine without limitations.