Class rating 5.2
- Boarding 4.9
- Seat for sitting 5.8
- Seat for sleeping 0.4
- Service 5.0
- Entertainment 0.8
- Food & drink 2.5
- Punctuality 6.3
- Baggage 5.0
- Of course, your ratings vary widely for different classes. Choose one below for full details.
Although all Wizz Air seats are economy, the overwing seats, which offer extra legroom, can be reserved at the time of booking for extra cost. This is €5 or £4 per single journey if booked online.
Passengers purchasing an extra legroom seat must be at least 18 years old and have basic understanding of English. They must be able bodied and able to open the over wing exit in case of an emergency.
As with all no-frills airlines, you will pay for all the extras over the basic ticket price, including checked-in bags and food.
Hold baggage charges are €15 per item if booked online or €30 at the airport.
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