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Thomask
Old 07-12-2010, 11:05 AM
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Hi

On Thursday this week I fly from London to Riga, Latvia.

I'm yet to check in online. I just received an odd email from Wizz Air as follows:



You cannot fly without providing this information

One or more destinations on your booking require you to provide Travel Document Information in order to comply with local security law. Click here to complete the form.

Failure to provide the data at least 4 hours prior to the scheduled departure of your flight may result in your travel being denied.

If you have already provided the required data, please ignore this e-mail!



When I clicked the link it bought me to a summary page of my flights - ie listed the times, dates and destinations.

There was nowhere to input any data?

Is this email automatically generated for those who haven't yet checked in online?

Or is it similar to when you are flying to the States and have to provide some additional information up front (which is how I took it from the wording used in the email).

Thanks in advance.
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Old 19-01-2011, 1:02 PM
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I've just got this same message but I HAVE checked in. I don't think it's anything to worry about because it does say "If you have already provided the required data, please ignore this e-mail!".

How did you get on anyway? the last thing I want is for there to actually be further information that I haven't provided!
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Old 19-01-2011, 4:28 PM
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I also met the same problem with online Check-in of Wizzair (flying from Paris - Poland), but actually everything is ok. I printed it out and bring it to the boarding desk (I asked the employee at the check-in desk before in order to make sure my information is ok or not, maybe you should do like that)
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