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Privilege Pass allows unlimited priority boarding and large bags

Wizz Air, the largest low-cost airline in Central and Eastern Europe, today launched a new loyalty product, the WIZZ Privilege Pass, that allows holders unlimited priority boarding and free large cabin bags on all Wizz Air flights during at least one year. Frequent travellers are expected to benefit the most from the WIZZ Privilege Pass, as its price is quickly offset by the savings achieved when not paying separately for a large cabin bag and priority boarding. The virtual pass, which can be purchased on, costs €99 and has a one year validity from the date of issue. The benefits apply from date of issue to any trips already booked but not yet flown, and to all new bookings made during the one year validity period, regardless of the future date of travel.

György Abrán, Chief Commercial Officer of Wizz Air, said: “At Wizz Air we firmly believe it is worth going the extra mile and finding better ways to please our growing customer base. Every month over one million consumers choose to book incredibly low fares across hundreds of exciting routes. Given many of our passengers are repeat customers, our new Privilege Pass is designed to give increased benefits to those who fly with Wizz Air more frequently. By launching our new Privilege Pass we now offer more savings that go beyond our low airfares. For those who travel often this offer is a no brainer and we urge frequent flyers to buy their WIZZ Privilege Pass online when they book their next low fare Wizz Air flight.”