Low-cost carrier for Central and Eastern Europe, Wizz Air, has announced that it has increased in the number of reserved seats on all of its services.
The Reserved Seat option, having increased by 33 per cent to 16 seats in the first three rows of each aircraft, is a popular product for passengers wishing to make the most of their travel experience. Passengers opting for a reserved seat are the first to board and disembark any Wizz Air aircraft.
Commenting on the news was corporate communications, Wizz Air, Daniel de Carvalho: "Reserved Seats are one of our most popular products for all those that wish to board and disembark without hassle. Now we are including the third row on all our aircraft to be part of this service in order to let more passengers enjoy the benefits of having a seat of their choice and the ability to board and disembark more quickly.
"With an average of 7,000 flights per month this means 112,000 reserved seats are now available for booking," he further explained.
Wizz Air currently has 17 operating bases which include: Gdansk, Poznan, Katowice, Warsaw and Wroclaw in Poland; Budapest in Hungary; Sofia in Bulgaria; Bucharest, Cluj-Napoca Tirgu Mures and Timisoara in Romania; Vilnius in Lithuania, Donetsk and Kyiv in Ukraine; Belgrade in Serbia; Prague in Czech Republic; and Skopje in Macedonia offering flights on over 300 routes.