Vueling (Airline) Customer Service in Holland 2


Vueling is a Spanish low-cost airline based at El Prat de Llobregat in Greater Barcelona with hubs in Barcelona-El Prat Airport and Leonardo da Vinci-Fiumicino Airport in Rome, Italy. Vueling was established in February 2004 and commenced operations on 1 July 2004 with a flight between Barcelona and Ibiza.Its name comes from the Spanish word vuelo, which means flight. Vueling serves over 100 destinations in Africa, Asia and Europe and is currently the second largest airline in Spain..
 

Vueling Airlines Holland Address:

Phone:
09002530253
1Euro per call imp. Incl

Email:

Working hours
9 – 21 h every day

Map: View direction here

Vueling Airlines Official website:http://www.vueling.com/en

Customer service: 00 34 931 51 81 58

Baggage tracking: 00 34 931 51 81 72

Vueling Airlines Online Check-in: www.vueling.com/online check-in

Note: Online Check in Passengers can check-in online anytime between 7 days and up to 4 hours before your flight departs.
Vueling Airlines Check-in timing www.vueling.com/check-in timing

Check Vueling Airlines flight schedule here: www.vueling.com/flight schedule

Check Vueling Airlines flight status here: www.vueling.com/flight status

Vueling Airlines baggage services telephone contact numbers:

Vueling Airlines Baggage Allowance

View Vueling Airlines Hand | Cabin baggage, Checked baggage, Excess Baggage charges in the above link.

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Types of Planes / Air craft available with Vueling Airlines

Total fleet: 108

Airbus A319

  • Airbus A319-100

Airbus A320

  • Airbus A320-200

Airbus A321

  • Airbus A321-200

Queries handled by Vueling Airlines Customer care:

Flight Ticket Booking, Ticket Cancellation, Flight Ticket Rescheduling, Ok to Board, Visa Services, Online Check-in, Baggage Allowance, Duty Free Allowance, Flight Information, Airport Lounges, Visa Information, In-Flight Meals, Airport Transfers, Missing Luggage, Immigration Services, Valet Parking, Meet and Greet, Flight Wifi, Airport Wifi, In-Flight Entertainment, Airport Facilities, Delayed Flights, Visa on Arrival, First Class, Business Class, Economy Class, Punto
Iberia Plus

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2 thoughts on “Vueling (Airline) Customer Service in Holland

  • A C PERTOT DE OLIVEIRA

    My luggage was not sent from Amsterdam to Lisbon, and Vueling has done it in a purpose to save space in their storage area in the plane. Now I try to call to customer service, and is only automatic machine speaking, and not helping at all. You broke the contract with a client, and I will take Legal actions against you, Vueling. Last time I will use your services.

  • R Mays

    Musicians beware:
    I was travelling with a fragile musical instrument that was my only carry-on bag. Upon check-in, I was told that it was too long for the carry-on (it was 2 inches too long) and that I would have to check it as cargo. Moreover, I was asked to pay 55 Euro for this. Anything for a profit, right? I had no choice but to pay the “fee” (extortion) and hope for the best.
    There is more: I had emphasized that since it was fragile, my instrument was not to be unloaded into the luggage conveyor system in Barcelona but rather brought to me upon exiting the plane. I was told by the agent that she would do everything to make sure that happened. This was a lie of course as no such thing happened and I’m sure she knew that it wouldn’t happen. The stewardess told me upon exiting the plane that this was not a possibility. Since I had not planned to check the instrument the risk of damage was extremely high because the case was made as a carry-on case. But yet Vueling did not care as this was ‘policy’.
    In all of my years of flying with this instrument, I have never been asked to do this or treated this poorly by any other airline, including other low-cost European airlines such as Eurowings. Other airlines are willing to make an exception to a rule when the situation (such as an instrument being just over the limits) calls for it. That is because they understand the value of customer service and that customer loyalty will bring them more business in the future from grateful customers. It appears that Vueling couldn’t care less about customer satisfaction or retaining customers.