It may well start at 19 euros, but, by the time I added all options, including flexibility, and paid the processing charges, I realized that for 10 extra euros I could book into the Privilege class, offering me 32 kg of luggage instead of 23, plus two cabin bags... so I ended at more than 100 euros. Unfortunately, each time that I changed the flight date (imposed by particular reasons), I was charged another 10 euros. Before continuing, let me just say this: never book the two-ways. In case of cancellation, you are bound to give up the two of them. Now, for going to the airport, I paid the night fare to a taxi, 82 euros, to take me to Porte Maillot, from where the shuttle bus costs another 17 euros. So, some additional 100 euros for just one-way... At 5 in the morning (because Wizz imposes you such timetables), the airport terminal looked lousier than before, it was dirty, cold and did not have enough places to sit down - not to mention the fact that before embarking we were led to another hall, where we waited standing for three quarters of an hour, plus another quarter outside, just before being allowed to board. Conclusion: low-cost flights are becoming no more than cattle-transports, suitable for idiot "desperados" (who, actually, are increasingly numerous).