Low-cost carrier Wizz Air has launched a flight subscription program, opting for the same platform that Alaska Airlines uses.
It will initially be available for six months for the Italian and Polish markets. Passengers will be able to fly domestic Italy and international Poland routes, booking up until five days before departure.
For a fixed monthly fee, the subscribers can choose between one way or round-trip flights, and can also customize their plan with ancillaries.
Barcelona-based Caravelo also raised $3 million in funding in July last year. “In the past year, the industry has finally woken up to the power of subscriptions,” CEO Inaki Uriz said at the time.
For more on subscription models in travel, read Skift’s Megatrends from 2021.