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PostSubject: Wizz Air/Swizz Air   Thu Sep 10, 2009 8:45 am

Hiya Guys I just had this sent to me from BRE in Yambol Bg, I just thought it may be of interest to anyone who is thinking of going to Bg soon

Good Opportunity to Re-register your Company

We would like to inform all of our clients that Wizz Air are offering return

flights from London Luton to Burgas airport from just 68 pounds,

during the months of October and November and with this in mind it may

be the perfect time to come to Bulgaria and re-register your Company

which must be done by December 2010.

Best regards

Karen Penny

Bulgarian Real Estate - Yambol OOD

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PostSubject: Wizz Air offer   Sat Sep 19, 2009 11:53 am

Wizz winter schedule is now available they are flying into Burgas twice a week Mondays and Fridays. at the moment prices are 33 pounds each way. Great for a weekend break or just a few days

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PostSubject: Wizz Air offer   Wed Oct 07, 2009 2:00 pm

wizz air also do cheap flights from varna for this time of year as well,may find it sometimes even cheaper than bourgas one,for those of you who are nearer to varna
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PostSubject: Wizz Air reports 76 per cent increase in Bulgarian traffic   Thu Jan 07, 2010 12:56 pm

[size=75:12mqw7lt]Sofia echo 7 January 2010

Wizz Air reports 76 per cent increase in Bulgarian traffic

Budget carrier Wizz Air has reported a steep increase in traffic on its Bulgarian network, accounting for a 76 per cent rise in 2009 on the previous year, the company reported on its website.

In total, Wizz Air ferried 7.8 million people in 2009, a 33 per cent increase on its 2008 figures.

Wizz Air also announced that it would expand its fleet in Romania and introduce new flights. Reportedly, from June 12 2010 the carrier will base a third aircraft in the Romanian city of Cluj-Napoca that will enable it to launch new flights to the Italian destinations of Pisa and Turin and increase frequencies on other existing routes.

The airline will also add Pisa to its list of destinations from the Romanian capital, Bucharest, and start new services from Timisoara in Romania to Bologna in Italy. Additionally, Wizz Air will also initiate flights from the Hungarian capital, Budapest, to Forli in Italy as of March 30 2010. This route will be thrice weekly.

The company reported that it carried 3.6 million passengers in Poland in 2009 and envisages those figures rising to about 4.7 million passengers this year.

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PostSubject: Wizz Air offer   Wed Jan 13, 2010 10:17 am

wizz are doing cheap flights in February from Varna to Luton - about 60 to 80pounds return.

wizz are also doing around 80 pounds from Varna to Luton - return end of April
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PostSubject: Wizz Air offer   Tue Jan 26, 2010 6:17 pm

Hi everyone,

I have never travelled with a no frills flight and I'm thinking of booking with Wizz air, I have read in the media when booking these flights you have to be very careful, otherwise it may cost people dearly in money terms. Please post your tips, I see the baggage allowance can be quite expensive with a maximum of only 15kg, I was thinking of bringing over some items from the UK, so if you guys see any good flights please post.
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PostSubject: Wizz Air offer   Tue Jan 26, 2010 6:35 pm

Me neither Jac but lots of my friend use them,never heard anything bad about them,but i think your right watch the luggage weight,

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PostSubject: Wizz Air offer   Tue Jan 26, 2010 6:45 pm

I've flown with Wizzair a couple of times and had a bit of a problem the 2nd time as my luggage was overweight.
I had flown to Luton from Glasgow with Easyjet whose allowance is 20kg, and didn't realise Wizzair's allowance was less.
It was an expensive lesson which I hope not to repeat!

Apart from that flights were fine and on time.

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PostSubject: Wizz Air offer   Fri Jan 29, 2010 3:49 pm

Wizz Air introduces web check-in to further airports



Wizz air has introduced its new web check-in service to further airports. Web check-in is now available on all flights departing from Brussels Charleroi, Budapest, Eindhoven, Gdansk, Frankfurt Hahn, Glasgow Prestwick, Hamburg Lübeck, Katowice, London Luton, Paris Beauvais, Poznan, Prague, Sofia, Turku, Warsaw, Weeze/Dusseldorf and Wroclaw.

Web check-in is available from seven days up to three hours before the scheduled departure time of the flight, for both passengers with and without checked baggage.

Passengers travelling with hand luggage only should present themselves with their printed boarding cards directly at the gate, no later than 30 minutes prior to departure. Passengers with checked baggage should proceed to the baggage drop off desks before proceeding to boarding gate, no later than 40 minutes prior to departure.

As part of its commitment to reduce costs and offer cheaper fares to its passengers, Wizz Air will introduce an airport check-in fee for all bookings made from 1st April 2010. Airport check-in purchased at the time of booking will cost EUR 5 and EUR 10 if purchased at the airport on the day of departure. The web check-in service is completely free.
For detailed information on web check-in please visit wizzair.com.

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PostSubject: Wizz Air offer   Fri Jan 29, 2010 4:04 pm

That's great news oddy thankyou for anything to save a bit of time
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PostSubject: Wizz Air offer   Fri Jan 29, 2010 4:16 pm

You are welcome flower I have now booked our May 1 week holiday and our 3 weeks in Sept holiday with them, so hopefully all will go well.

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PostSubject: Wizz Air offer   Fri Jan 29, 2010 7:50 pm

Did you get a good deal? hope you don't mind me asking I'm looking to go in the next few months so any advice would be very much appreciated
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PostSubject: Wizz Air offer   Fri Jan 29, 2010 8:09 pm

Evening Means

Well silly me left too late [You must be registered and logged in to see this image.] I humed and hawed about it and then when I finally decided to go for it, the outbound flight had jumped from £33 each to £101 each. The return stayed the same £41 each. Of course they charge you £16 to book with a debit or credit card so if you have a Electron there is no charge So return for a week total cost for 2 was £303 [You must be registered and logged in to see this image.] and return for 3 wks total cost us £219 So book now to get the fligts £33 each way.

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PostSubject: Wizz Air offer   Sat Jan 30, 2010 1:03 pm

Sounds like you got a bargain there how far and was there no other hidden charges you know what some of them ore like they tell you one price then when you get to check in and your luggage is a half a kilo over they then charge you the earth
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PostSubject: Wizz Air offer   Sat Jan 30, 2010 1:15 pm

Watch your luggage allowance with Wizzair - its only 15kg and they will charge if you are over by anything at all.

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