The Wizz Air low-cost airline has announced adjustments to the schedule of its flights from Kyiv to 17 destinations in August due to due to operational reasons caused by aircraft delivery delays, avianews.com reports.
According to a statement by the low-cost airline, adjustments will be made to the frequency of flights from the Ukrainian capital to Warsaw, Budapest, Memmingen, Cologne, Billund, Berlin, Bremen, Frankfurt, Hamburg, Dortmund, Riga, Hanover, Larnaca, Krakow, Vienna, Bratislava, and Copenhagen from August 3 to 20.
In total, the number of flights to these destinations will be reduced by 24 per week.
Wizz Air promised to contact passengers who have already booked tickets on affected routes, inform them about the changes, and offer them rebooking to another flight, 100% reimbursement of the price of the purchased tickets, or 120% reimbursement of the price of the original tickets in WIZZ credit.
The company also said in the statement that passengers who booked their tickets via online travel agencies instead of wizzair.com should contact their online travel agency partner because the airline has no access to the email addresses or any other contract information they have provided, resulting in Wizz Air not being able to contact them. Passengers calling from Ukraine regarding the schedule change should contact Wizz Air’s customer service at +380 89 320 2532, the statement said.
Below is the list of destinations from Kyiv that are affected by the schedule changes:
Warsaw (Mondays, Fridays)
Budapest (Mondays, Fridays)
Memmingen (Mondays, Fridays)
Cologne (Mondays, Fridays)
Berlin (Wednesdays, Saturdays)
Frankfurt (Wednesdays, Saturdays)
Vienna (Tuesdays, Sundays)
Wizz Air’s offers routes from Kyiv to 30 destinations in Europe. As reported earlier, WIZZ Air will provide more than 2.6 million seats in 2019.