The present study focuses on the very high-lift T106C cascade with passing wakes and aims to validate the model of Menter-Langtry used to predict laminar-turbulent transition based on unsteady Reynolds-Averaged Navier-Stokes simulations. The comparison to experimental data provided by Von Karman Institute, shows that the transition model is able to capture the influence of passing wakes on transition phenomenon. Like the experiments, the simulations show a reduction of the time-averaged separation bubble length and of the overall losses in the presence of passing wakes. For this numerical study, four other wakes have been generated in order to study the influence of wake parameters on the transition onset, on the laminar separation bubble formation and on the turbine cascade performances. For a given averaged turbulence intensity and total pressure deficit, thinner wakes seem to have a more positive effect on boundary layer, reducing the separation and the overall losses.