Wizz Air Abu Dhabi Launches $71 Flight Subscription Service

Omar Abbas - | Arab

Wizz Air Abu Dhabi has unveiled an expanded version of its innovative flight subscription service, Wizz MultiPass. This revolutionary offering provides travelers with a fixed price for flights and baggage throughout the year.

Empowering Travelers with Predictable Pricing & Enhanced Flexibility

Wizz Air Abu Dhabi has introduced an expanded version of its Wizz MultiPass, a groundbreaking flight subscription service designed to cater to frequent travelers while rewarding their loyalty.

The essence of the Wizz MultiPass lies in its provision of a fixed price for flights and baggage throughout the year, allowing subscribers to fly internationally to and from the UAE multiple times each month for a set monthly fee. This predictable monthly fare remains stable, immune to seasonal fluctuations or sudden booking changes, ensuring consistent and hassle-free travel experiences year-round.

Customize Your Travel Experience with Additional Services

All taxes and fees are included in the membership, so traveling is both easy and affordable. Also, members have more leeway to choose how they want to spend their money thanks to flexible plans that include extras like WIZZ Priority and a 20-kilogram checked bag.

With the purchase of a subscription, travelers from the UAE can tailor their travel plans to suit their preferences, selecting between one-way or return flight options and opting to add extras such as Wizz Priority service and baggage allowance. Additional services can be easily purchased and incorporated into the booking before the flight via the "Check-in & Bookings" page, akin to a regular Wizz Air ticket.

Subscription plans start at $71, with various options available depending on the traveler's needs, including ticket-only fares or packages inclusive of Wizz Priority and/or baggage allowance.

Johan Eidhagen, Managing Director of Wizz Air Abu Dhabi, expressed pride in introducing the Wizz MultiPass, emphasizing its role in providing flexibility for loyal customers to access the best fares year-round. As a flagbearer for ultra-low-cost travel in the region, Wizz Air Abu Dhabi is committed to offering products that empower customers to personalize their travel experiences.

The WIZZ MultiPass is particularly advantageous for travelers seeking to save up to 40% on tickets to popular summer destinations, offering significant savings during peak travel seasons. It presents an ideal solution for frequent commuters between the UAE and international destinations, especially ahead of the summer peak season.

Customers can book their flights immediately upon subscription commencement, with the first trip available just five days later. The subscription renews on the first day of each month, providing travelers with ongoing access to convenient and affordable travel options.

Strategically situated in the UAE, Wizz Air Abu Dhabi serves as a gateway to a diverse range of international destinations, offering ultra-low fares and efficient travel options to cities across Europe, Asia, and the Middle East. With its extensive network, Wizz Air Abu Dhabi aims to facilitate seamless and affordable travel experiences for passengers.

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