Thursday, 21 June 2018

Wizz Air comes to the rescue of passengers left in the lurch by British Airways to Tel Aviv

One of Europes fasting growing low-cost airlines, Wizz Air has come to the rescue of those passengers of British Airways who had their cheap tickets cancelled simply because the airline cocked up and sold them too cheaply.

Wizz Air UK has offered special fares to the BA customers whose flights to Tel Aviv were cancelled by the airline because of a pricing error.  The affected passengers can take advantage of a special return fare with Wizz Air, the largest international airline operating at Tel Aviv, of GBP 80* one way or GBP160* return.  The fares are for travel up to Wednesday 18 July 2018 and are subject to availability on each flight.  Bookings can be made on until Sunday 25 June 2018. Customers will need to provide evidence of the cancelled BA booking.

Wizz Air operates 7 flights a week from London Luton to Tel Aviv, Chief Corporate Officer, Owain Jones, said: “Wizz Air is delighted to give new customers who’ve been left in the lurch following the cancellation of their BA flights to Tel Aviv the opportunity to break with tradition.  Don’t wait, the special fares to Tel Aviv will not last long – the regular prices on our network of 51 destinations from London Luton are intentionally low every day, allowing ever more customers to enjoy great value and friendly service on board one of Europe’s youngest aircraft fleets.  We’re confident that our new customers will realise that there’s no need to pay high prices to travel to some of the most exciting destinations in Europe and beyond.”