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    Advanced Passenger Information (AIP) for Wizz Air
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    • 9th Aug 11, 9:29 AM
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    Advanced Passenger Information (AIP) for Wizz Air 9th Aug 11 at 9:29 AM
    I've just booked some tickets from London Luton to Katowice in Poland with Wizz Air. I opted for the free online check-in service, and once the booking had completed, there was a link saying you had to submit Advanced Passenger Info (API) at least 4 hours before boarding.

    Unfortuntately the link didn't work, and now I appear to be stuffed! I emailed Wizz Air to say this, but I got an auto response saying I need to call their premium rate line to discuss. I've since gone back online to view my booking, and there is no mention of the API requirement, neither is there anything on their FAQ section.

    Can anyone help? Do I need to submit the API before flying, and if so do you know how? I'd rather not call their rip-off helpline if I don't have to!!!

    Thanks.
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