Coronavirus: WIZZ Air suspends flights to northern Italy in an attempt to curb the coronavirus outbreak
Wizz Air today announced that it is suspending flights on routes to Treviso (TSF) and Bergamo (BGY) due to blocking northern Italy as a result of measures to manage the Coronavirus outbreak.
Flights from Romania to the above Italian cities will be suspended until April 3.
Passengers with reservations affected by this change will be informed and automatically rescheduled on an alternate route as soon as possible. Customers who have booked directly on wizzair.com or in the airline's mobile app will receive an email notification, offering them free reprogramming, full money back or 120% reimbursement of the initial credit rate company.
The canceled routes from Romania to Italy
|Bucharest - Bergamo|
|Bucharest - Treviso|
|Cluj - Bergamo|
|Cluj - Treviso|
|Timisoara - Bergamo|
|Timisoara - Treviso|
|Suceava - Bergamo|
|Iasi - Treviso|
|Iasi - Bergamo|
|Craiova - Bergamo|
Passengers can choose between the above options by accessing the link in the email and easily choosing the best option through our individual programming platform.
Please note that Wizz Air can only inform passengers who have booked through wizzair.com or through the airline's mobile app.
Passengers who have booked through travel agencies - including online travel agencies - should contact the agency from where they purchased their tickets.