WizzAir will provide 10,000 free tickets to Ukrainian refugees heading to the UK
WizzAir will provide 10,000 free tickets to Ukrainians who plan to fly from Bulgaria, Hungary, Poland, Romania, Slovakia to the UK under the Homes for Ukraine program. Under this program, Ukrainians have already received more than 95,000 visas and more than 37,000 have already arrived in Britain. WizzAir has organized an initiative in collaboration with NGOs Choose Love, The Shapiro Foundation, The Steve Morgan Foundation and USPUK.
Free flights will be available from May 14 to June 15. To receive a free ticket, citizens of Ukraine must make a reservation on the site by entering the data of the Ukrainian passport. It will also be necessary to show the Ukrainian passport together with visa documents during check-in.
Free tickets will be available on 61 routes from the above countries to the UK and will cover one piece of baggage up to 32 kg and one piece of hand luggage. The first plane with Ukrainians flying per the program will land tomorrow in Luton, Britain.
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