Wizz Air has introduced a new flight subscription programme – the first of its kind in Europe – for its Italian and Polish markets called ‘MultiPass’. It was launched in partnership with travel technology company Caravelo.

MultiPass will operate for six months, allowing passengers to fly Domestic Italy and International Poland routes, with booking available until five days before departure. For a fixed monthly fee, MultiPass subscribers can choose between one-way or round-trip flights, with the option to customise their plan with ancillaries.

“It’s great to work with Wizz Air and see our product enter the European market for the first time,” said Iñaki Uriz, the CEO of Caravelo. “This announcement represents a significant milestone for our company and demonstrates our strength and commitment to innovation.”

“Launching MultiPass just a few months after announcing the partnership with the airline is proof of the efficiency of our team and the rapid growth of our company,” said Jose Luis Vilar, Caravelo’s co-founder and CPTO. “We are proud to work with an innovative airline like Wizz Air and look forward to transforming air travel in Europe.”

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