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Wizz Air Abu Dhabi launches price alert app feature

Posted 22 February 2021 · Add Comment

Wizz Air Abu Dhabi, the UAE’s new national airline, has introduced a new feature on its mobile app, which will enable Wizz Air Abu Dhabi customers to activate price alerts on flights of interest.

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With this app update, registered users can now set up price alerts on up to five flights they are interested to book. This new feature will automatically notify users of increases or decreases in ticket prices, so that customers can book quickly if fares suddenly start to climb or take advantage of price drops on Wizz Air Abu Dhabi’s already ultra-low basic fares.

 

To set up a price alert, simply download Wizz Air Abu Dhabi’s mobile app, sign into your account, search for a flight and then enable ‘price alerts’. Alerts are sent once daily via a push notification and will auto-delete once the flight being tracked has departed. The Wizz Air Abu Dhabi mobile app is available for Android and iOS users free of charge.

 

Paulina Gosk, corporate communications manager at Wizz Air, said: “At WIZZ, we understand that passengers are looking for affordable flights when they plan their travels, which is why we’ve always been committed to offering the lowest fares in the industry. The price alert app feature builds on this commitment, enabling Wizz Air customers to secure the best deals on flights through updates sent straight to their smartphone. We know travellers are dreaming about their holiday plans for when restrictions ease, which is why we’re excited to launch this feature to make sure they are getting the best deal possible.”

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