Please make sure that when you are booking a flight you provide the full name of the passenger accurately, exactly as it is written in the travel document the passenger will be using.
In case you made a mistake during booking, you can use the free online name change option on your flight summary page if:
- Wrong title (male/female)
- Shortened name (Thomas J. Smith vs. Thomas John Smith)
- Misspelling/typo/ up to 3 characters
For other name corrections please contact the Wizz Air Call Centre within 2 hours of the booking. After this deadline, a name change fee will have to be paid:
- [name-change location=WizzairCom] when changing the name on our site
- [name-change location=CallCentre] when changing through the Wizz Air Call Centre. A Call Centre Transaction Fee will be applied in addition to the Name Change Fee.
All customers on international flights must have a valid passport and, where required, a valid visa. Citizens of the European Union, European Economic Area and Switzerland may travel within Europe using a valid EU/EEA/Swiss National Identity Card or Passport Card.
Your passport needs to be in good condition and signed by yourself. Some countries require that passports are valid for a minimum period beyond your trip. These regulations may vary per country, make sure to check and comply with those before your travel.
For more specific visa and passport requirements, contact the Consulate or Embassy of the country you are planning to visit. Our Wizz Air Customer Service team are not able to give advice on specific visa or passport requirements. You are fully liable for the existence, propriety and validity of your travel documents, and to ensure you are eligible to travel and enter the destination country with your travel documents. Wizz Air is not liable for any damages costs resulted due to the non-fulfillment of the above requirements by you.
You are fully liable for any costs, damages caused to Wizz Air by the non-fulfillment of the above requirements.
You are fully liable fo any costs, damages caused to Wizz Air by the non-fulfillment of the above requirements.
Passengers may be refused entry if Wizz Air reasonably believes that passengers do not meet the entry requirements of the country of the Agreed Stopping Place or the Place of Destination or they do not have funds to cover stay.Passengers who can proved they are entering the country to take part in a package tour, youth camp or sporting event, entering for medical treatment, participating in an internationally agreed program, or who has had the costs of their stay paid must have confirmation of the above-mentioned booking.
To check what travel documents you'll need to cross the border into another EU country follow the links below:
|Travel documents for EU nationals||Travel documents for non-EU nationals|
Minors must hold their own passport or travel document when traveling in the EU.
In addition to their own valid passport or ID card, all children travelling:
- alone; or
- with adults who are not their legal guardian; or
- with only one parent
may need an extra (official) document signed by their parents, second parent or legal guardian(s) authorising them to travel.
For more information click here.
From January 15th, 2017 French nationals and residents under 18 years old can only travel alone (without a parent or legal guardian) if they are in possession of an authorization to travel form (“l'autorisation de sortie du territoire")
Non-biometric passports are no longer valid for traveling outside Albania (regardless of expiry date), and will only be accepted for traveling to Albania.
Travel documents issued more than 10 years prior to arrival are not accepted.
Georgian citizens holding biometric passports can travel to the Schengen Zone without a visa for a period of 90 days within any 180-day period for purposes other than working.
Using ePassport gates
When arriving in the UK you can save time by using the ePassport gates which are available at most UK airports. Your passport must have a machine readable zone (MRZ) to use the ePassport gates. For more information take a look at the Border Forcewebsite.
Registered Traveller Scheme
If you have a non EU passport you can still enjoy the benefits of using the ePassport gates by joining the registered traveler scheme.For more information about the scheme as well as a list of eligible countries take a look at the Border Forcewebsite.