Ryanair 'mess up' - Claim Compensation with AM Law Solicitors

September 19, 2017

Ryanair has published full details of which of its flights are being cancelled between now and 28 October.

Customers whose flights have been axed will also receive an email, chief executive Michael O'Leary has said.

 

The budget airline is cancelling 40-50 flights every day for the next six weeks, after it admitted it had "messed up" the planning of pilot holidays.

 

  • Here at AM Law Solicitors, we can deal with your compensation claim. If you are a customer of Ryanair and your flight has been delayed or cancelled, call us today on 0115 845 6583 or send us an email to contact@amlawsolicitors.co.uk

 

Mr O'Leary said most people would be transferred to an alternative Ryanair flight on the same day.

 

If not, they would be moved to flights the day before or the day after, and the airline would meet its obligations over compensation.

 

Details of all the cancelled flights are available on the Ryanair website.

 

The EU compensation rules for cancelled flights are as follows:

 

  • Passengers are entitled to assistance and compensation, if the disruption was within an airline's control.

 

  • Airlines have to offer full refunds, paid within seven days, or rebookings for a flight cancelled at short notice.

 

  • In addition, passengers can also claim compensation.

 

  • Cancellation amounts are: 250 euros (£218) for short-haul, 440 euros (£384) for medium-haul and 600 euros (£523) for long-haul.

 

  • Passengers who reach their destination more than three hours late can be compensated from 200 to 600 euros, depending on the length of flights and delay.

 

Contact us today if you want to make a compensation claim. Call us on 0115 845 6583 or send us an email to contact@amlawsolicitors.co.uk

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