Wizzair revises travel planning map

Photo: Wizzair.
Photo: Wizzair.

Wizzair revises travel planning map

Photo: Wizzair.
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In addition to the new visual display, the nationality of the passengers is now also taken into account and the information is incorporated into the check-in process, the airline informs. This enables passengers to see before departure whether quarantine, any forms or 3G proof are necessary. 

“Making travel easier has always been our mission. Now with the extensive update of the travel planning map, our passengers can get from A to B even more easily. This is how we bring orientation and security into the jungle of travel restrictions, ”said Wizzair spokesman Andras Rado.

Interactive travel planning map

The interactive tool introduced in the wake of the corona pandemic enables passengers to find out about Covid restrictions before their trip. To use the card, passengers simply click on the desired departure airport and can then choose from all the available destinations in the Wizz network. In addition, the nationality of the passengers can now be selected. Countries and airports are color-coded depending on the restrictions - green means that there are no restrictions for entry by air, yellow means that there are partial restrictions (3G proof / quarantine) for entry by air and red means that there is a total or partial ban on entry by air.

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