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Wizz Air is currently trialing flight subscriptions in Italy and Poland

During the initial trial phase, the budget airline will roll out the subscription model for passengers traveling on domestic routes within Italy and international routes to and from Poland, in Europe.

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The new WIZZ Multi-Pass represents a pioneering subscription plan that is currently being tested by budget airline Wizz Air.

As part of its initial trial phase, the budget airline will introduce the subscription model in Europe for passengers traveling on domestic routes within Italy and international routes to and from Poland.

According to a press release by the airline, starting in May, travelers will be able to purchase a six-month subscription pass which can be paid off in six equal monthly installments. This pass will allow passengers to take either a one-way or return trip every month.

The program offers four plan options for subscribers to choose from, including ticket only, ticket with WIZZ priority, ticket with a 20 kg checked bag, and the most comprehensive package that includes all of the aforementioned elements.

Subscribers can book their first flight immediately after purchasing the subscription and can take the flight within five days. The subscription will commence on the first day of the month, and passengers can take their flights from the sixth day of the month onwards. The subscription will be renewed on the first day of each subsequent month for the next six months.

Similar to passengers who book regular tickets, individuals with a subscription pass will have the option to purchase additional add-on services when making a flight reservation.

According to a statement by the airline, the WIZZ Multi-Pass offers travelers a fixed price for flights and additional products during the subscription period, which is an excellent opportunity especially in anticipation of the busy summer season. This means that travelers do not have to keep track of prices and plan far in advance in order to secure cheaper flights. Instead, they can easily take advantage of the Multi-Pass to book a flight for a spontaneous city break or an important business meeting.

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