There are three convenient options for checking into your Wizz Air flight – two are free, while the last you’ll need to pay a fee for. Here’s all you need to know.

Checking in with Wizz Air

You have to check in for your Wizz Air flight, but you have options for how you can do that.

First, you can check in online and print your own boarding pass at home. This type of check-in is free, and you can do so up to 24 hours in advance if you did not pre-purchase your seat. If you did, you can check in up to 30 days before your flight if you want to.

Next, you can check in via the mobile app. This is another type of free check-in, and it has the added benefit of being paperless. You don’t have to worry about printing your boarding pass. It will be available directly in your app, or you can add it to your mobile wallet for ease of reference.

Lastly, you can check in at the airport. There is a small fee associated with this check-in option, though you can purchase your boarding pass in advance for a slight discount. If mobile and online check-in are not available, you will be able to check in in person at no cost.

Conclusion

Wizz Air can charge for check-in, but there are also free options. Your preference on how you want to check in will determine if you need to pay a fee.

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