Is your easyJet flight delayed? Or cancelled? Or maybe you’ve been denied boarding because of overbooking? Whenever that happens and you are travelling to, from or within Europe, you may be entitled fo flight compensation up to €600 from easyJet. Don’t wait. Claim your easyJet flight delay compensation and easyJet flight cancellation compensation now! It’s your money.
EasyJet is a British low-cost airline headquartered at London Luton Airport.
But low-cost doesn’t mean that you’re less protected as a passenger.
As a European airline easyJet shares the same responsibilities as other airlines operating in the EU. Which leads to a fact that under the same circumstances your easyJet flight cancellation compensation isn’t going to be any different from the one your friend will receive from Air France, British Airways or KLM.
Continue reading to learn more about your rights in situations when your easyJet flight is delayed, cancelled or you’ve been denied boarding because of overbooking.
Here is what you should do if your easyJet flight is delayed.
First of fall, don’t stress over it. It’s nothing out of the ordinary. Especially when we are talking of easyJet, which in 2017 was named the worst airline for delayed flights.
If you are at home when you learn of the delay, check what is the reason why your flight is delayed. Go to the airport’s website to see also if your flight is the only one, one of the few or there are many other flights delayed. If the latter is true, there is probably some bigger issue, like bad weather conditions at the airport, and it may take a while until the situation improves. So it’s a better idea to stay at home for a while and follow the news.
In all other situations, you can stay at home a bit extra and then proceed as planned.
In case you have connecting flights booked separately, that you may miss now, you will have to decide what to do next. In situations when your flights are booked via easyJet, they will be taken care of and you’ll be put on another flight if you miss the first one because of a flight delay.
Remember - if it turns out to be the airline’s fault, you may also be entitled to easyJet delay compensation. Scroll down to learn more about how to claim it.
Follow the information regarding your flight and think if there are any other flights (or plans in general), that this flight delay is going to affect. If you have another flight, a connecting flight booked online via easyJet (Worldwide by easyJet), then you’ll be fine no matter the lengtht of this delay. Because if you miss your connecting flight, you’ll be re-booked onto the next available flight at no extra cost.
If, however, that’s a flight you have booked separately, then you’ll have to think of a solution yourself. Your travel insurance company might be able to help you out.
Next - wait for more information.
And follow your easyJet flight status either online or by checking the flight information screen at the airport. If you don’t understand information available to you or you want to have a second opinion, it’s worth contacting information desk at the airport.
According to EU regulations, whenever your flight is delayed and you have to wait at the airport for 3 or more hours, you are entitled to receive a free meal and drink plus two free phone calls, e-mails or faxes.
The only exception being situations when this would cause the delay to be even longer.
If you are travelling with a European airline, it applies also to flights from countries outside the European Union heading for the EU.
In case of an even longer delay, when you have no other choice but to wait overnight, free hotel accommodation and transport to and from it must be provided by easyJet. Plus free meals and drinks.
No matter the cause of the flight delay - within or out of the easyJet's control - every passenger is entitled to this type of care by easyJet.
Apart from that easyJet still has an obligation to take you to your destination.
It applies to all your easyJet flights to, from or within Europe. To all easyJet flight delays.
If it’s the company's fault, you may as well get flight compensation up to €600 per passenger.
If it’s easyJet's fault that your flight is delayed for more than 3 hours, you may as well get flight compensation up to €600 per passenger.
The longer your journey, the more you can claim. File a claim now!
Learn more about reasons why do flights get delayed.
Here is what you should do if your easyJet flight is cancelled.
If you have received an email from easyJet saying that your flight is cancelled, in the same email most probably there will also be an explanation why the flight is cancelled and what are the options they are offering you. Mostly they will offer you a new flight to your destination with them or with another airline, at no extra cost.
If it’s the airline cancelling the flight, you may as well ask for a full refund. If that’s what you fancy more, not a new flight.
What if you haven’t received anything from easyJet, let alone an email explaing the situation? Then you’ll have to wait for one. Or contact the easyJet’s call centre, as most probably it’s already day of your departure and you have learned of it from the website of the airport.
According to EU regulations, whenever your flight is cancelled, it’s the airline’s fault and you are notified less than 2 weeks before the date of departure, you may also get a flight cancellation compensation up to €600. If there are 3 of you travelling together, you may receive up to €1800.
These rules apply to all easyJet flights to, from or within Europe.
And, yes, you can get both - a new flight to your destination or full refund and a flight cancellation compensation up to €600.
Wait for the announcement regarding your easyJet cancellation. Or contact the easyJet information desk at the airport.
Is there another flight you may miss now?
Unlike many other low-cost airlines, easyJet does sell connecting flights.
If it’s a connecting flight booked online via easyJet (Worldwide by easyJet), know that you’re covered and will be put on another flight at no extra cost. If, however, you have booked these flights separately, you may now need to look for another solution and - if necessary - book another flight and pay for it yourself. Your travel insurance may come in handy right now. Contact your insurer to ask about the best way to deal with the situation.
A new flight has been offered and you have decided to take it. But you still have to wait. If the wait is going to be 3 or more hours long, and you are at the airport, the airline has to provide you with free meal and drink plus two free phone calls, e-mails or faxes.
If nothing is being offered, demand it by contacting the easyJet staff at the airport.
In case of an overnight delay, easyJet has to provide you with free hotel accommodation, transport to and from hotel, plus the above mentioned food and drinks, most probably issued in a form of coupons.
No matter the cause of the flight cancellation, you are entitled to this type of care by easyJet. Apart from that easyJet, same like every other airline operating in EU, still have an obligation to get you to destination or give you a full refund.
Flight cancellation compensation. If it’s the easyJet’s fault that the flight was cancelled in the first place, and you have been notified less than 14 days before departure, you may still be entitled to flight cancellation compensation up to €600 per passenger.
All of this applies to all your easyJet flights to, from or within Europe.
And, yes, you can get both - a new flight to your destination or full refund and a compensation.
If it’s the easyJet’s fault that the flight was cancelled, and if you have been notified less than 14 days before departure, you may still be entitled to flight cancellation compensation up to €600 per passenger.
And, yes, often you can get both - a new flight or full refund and a compensation.
Your easyJet flight is delayed.
It’s a long delay.
You have arrived to your destination more than 5 hours late.
You know that you should be entitled to flight delay compensation from easyJet. Because the flight was delayed because of some technical problems with the aircraft. And, you may even know how much you might be owed by easyJet, because your flight was some 2000 kilometres long, you were flying from London to Helsinki, hence the amount of the compensation should be 400 euro.
How to make a claim for easyJet flight delay compensation?
One of the options is to contact the company directly, to register your easyJet claim for delayed flight and submit all the information they are asking for. Remember to be persistent if you’re going to take this route of fighting for your rights on your own.
Another, way less time consuming option - ask someone more experienced (e.g. Refundor) to be your legal representative.
Sounds very difficult and probably expensive? It isn’t.
If you decide to work with us, here is all you will have to do:
And that’s it. We’ll do the rest.
Not only that, we’re also giving you a guarantee, that if for whatever reason we can’t get your easyJet flight delay compensation, it will cost you nothing. Not a single cent. But if we succeed, it will cost you only €25 + 25% of the amount of the compensation. And again - that’s it. No hidden fees. No upfront fees.
Usually 2-3 months from the moment you submit your easyJet claim.
Sometimes longer if, for example, we need to go to court.
It depends from country to country. Mostly at least 2-3 years.
It’s always a good idea not to wait and claim for flight compensation right after it has happened.
It applies to everyone travelling in or from the EU, Guadeloupe, French Guiana, Martinique, Reunion, Mayotte, Saint Martin (French Antilles), the Azores, Madeira, the Canary Islands, Iceland, Norway, and Switzerland. If you are travelling from another country to one of these countries, it applies only if you are travelling with a European airline.
The exact amount of easyJet flight delay compensation varies and is based on the distance of your flight and occasionally some other factors.
But mostly your easyJet compensation is going to be either 250, 400 or 600 euro.
Your easyJet flight is cancelled.
You may have been offered a new flight, and you have taken the offer. Or - you’ve opted for a full refund instead. Still, if it was the airline’s fault, that the flight was cancelled and you’ve been informed less than 2 weeks in advance, you are entitled to flight cancellation compensation.
How to claim for easyJet flight cancellation compensation?
If you would like to do it on your own, you can try and contact easyJet directly, submit all the information they are asking for and wait. Remember to be persistent if you’re going to take this route of fighting for your rights on your own.
Another, less time consuming option - ask someone more experienced (e.g. Refundor) to be your legal representative and to do it on your behalf.
Sounds very difficult and probably expensive? It isn’t.
In fact, it’s super easy and straight forward.
Here is all you will have to do, if you decide to work with us:
And that’s it. We’ll do the rest.
Once we receive your easyJet cancelled flight compensation, we’ll transfer the money to your bank account.
If it turns out that you aren’t entitled to compensation, or because of some reason we are unable to get it, it will cost you nothing. Not a single cent. No win, no fees. If we are successful, we’ll take €25 + 25% of the total compensation amount as a service fee, and transfer you the rest.
Mostly 2-3 months.
It depends from country to country. Mostly, though, it's at least 2-3 years.
No. You don’t have to be a citizen of the European Union to be entitled to EU flight cancellation compensation.
What matters here is if you are travelling in or from the EU, Guadeloupe, French Guiana, Martinique, Reunion, Mayotte, Saint Martin (French Antilles), the Azores, Madeira, the Canary Islands, Iceland, Norway, and Switzerland. And if you are travelling from another country to one of these above mentioned countries, it applies only if you are travelling with a European airline.
The exact amount of your easyJet refund varies and is based on the distance of your flight and occasionally some other factors.
But mostly it’s either 250, 400 or 600 euro.
All in all, rules are the same.
It applies to all easyJet flights to, from or within Europe.
In this case, Europe means all EU Member States and Guadeloupe, French Guiana, Martinique, Reunion, Mayotte, Saint Martin (French Antilles), the Azores, Madeira, the Canary Islands, Iceland, Norway, and Switzerland.
You don’t have to be European to be entitled to denied boarding compensation.
The amount of compensation also is the same - up to €600 per passenger.
And you can get both - a new flight to your destination or full refund and a compensation.
The most important thing here is that in order for you to be entitled to denied boarding compensation, it must be, so called, involuntary denied boarding. You see, whenever there is a situation, that there are more passengers willing to fly than there are available seats on the plane, someone will be asked if he or she is ready to voluntarily give up their seat and fly later. Extras, like vouchers, usually are offered to sweeten the deal.
And, of course, if you’ve been denied boarding because you didn’t have a valid visa or there was another problem with your travel documents, you will not be entitled to compensation either.
Same like if the reason of denied boarding was anything else except for overbooking.
Don't forget! When something like this happens, make sure to ask easyJet staff at the airport or easyJet customer service representatives about all the options you have and what should you do next. They still should take you to your destination.
EasyJet offers connecting flights via several hubs.
From those hubs passengers continue their journey either on another easyJet flight, or on one of their partner airlines’ flight.
EasyJet connecting flights can be bought directly from their website. Go to www.easyjet.com/worldwide to book a connecting flight.
Also you can buy their connecting flights via third parties, like, kiwi.com, but then Kiwi is responsible for the transfer, not easyJet. Kiwi Guarantee protects its customers from flight delays, flight cancellations and schedule changes. If you have booked a trip with Kiwi, and the trip has been affected, you must contact Kiwi within 24 hours, otherwise the Kiwi Guarantee may be cancelled. Learn more about Kiwi Guarantee on kiwi.com!
And in some cases you’ll be responsible for booking yourself a new flight or flights in case you miss the first one, no matter the reason. Take that into account when booking several flights.
EasyJet is a British low-cost airline with its headquarters in London.
It was founded in 1995, and now the airline, along with its associates easyJet Europe and easyJet Switzerland, is operating more than 300 aircrafts.
EasyJet is one of the most popular low-cost airlines in Europe, and in 2018 it has won the award for the Best Low Cost Airline in the UK.
EasyJet’s fleet consists entirely of Airbus aircrafts: Airbus A319-100, Airbus A320-200, Airbus A320neo, Airbus A321neo.
EasyJet call centre: see all call centre numbers here (under "Call us").
EasyJet serves 136 destinations in 36 countries.
Austria (Klagenfurt, Graz, Salzburg, Vienna),
Belgium (Brussels), Bulgaria (Sofia, Varna),
Croatia (Dubrovnik, Pula, Split), Cyprus (Larnaca, Paphos), Chezh Republic (Prague),
Egypt (Hurghada), Estonia (Tallinn),
Finland (Helsinki, Rovaniemi), France (Ajaccio, Bastia, Biarritz, Bordeaux, Brest, Figari, Grenoble, La Rochelle, Lille, Lyon, Marseille, Montpellier, Nantes, Nice, Paris, Toulouse),
Germany (Berlin, Dortmund, Hamburg, Munich, Stuttgart), Gibraltar (Gibraltar), Greece (Athens, Cephalonia, Chania, Corfu, Heraklion, Kalamata, Kos, Mykonos, Preveza/Lefkada, Rhodes, Santorini, Thessaloniki, Zakynthos),
Iceland (Reykjavik), Isle of Man (Isle of Man), Israel (Tel-Aviv), Italy (Alghero, Bari, Bologna, Brindisi, Cagliari, Catania, Lamezia Terme, Milan, Naples, Olbia, Palermo, Pisa, Rome, Turin, Venice, Verona),
Jersey (Jersey), Jordan (Aqaba),
Luxembourg (Luxembourg City),
Malta (Malta), Montenegro (Tivat), Morocco (Agadir, Essaouira, Marrakesh),
Netherlands (Amsterdam), Norway (Oslo),
Poland (Kraków, Warsaw), Portugal (Faro, Funchal, Lisbon, Ponta Delgada, Porto),
Slovenia (Ljubljana), Spain (Alicante, Almería, Bilbao, Barcelona, Fuerteventura, Granada, Ibiza, La Palma, Lanzarote, Las Palmas, Madrid, Málaga, Menorca, Murcia, Oviedo/Gijón, Palma de Mallorca, Santiago de Compostela, Seville, Tenerife, Valencia), Sweden (Gothenburg, Stockholm, Östersund), Switzerland (Basel-Mulhouse-Freiburg, Geneva, Zürich),
Turkey (Antalya, Bodrum/Milas, Dalaman, İzmir),
UK (Aberdeen, Belfast, Birmingham, Bournemouth, Bristol, Edinburgh, Glasgow, Inverness, Liverpool, London, Manchester, Newcastle upon Tyne, Southampton).
You are allowed to take one cabin bag on board. Your easyJet cabin bag’s dimensions should not exceed 56 x 45 x 25 cm (wheels included).
Flexi, Upfront, Extra Legroom passengers and easyJet Plus cardholders can bring an additional bag - a personal item. It can be a handbag or a laptop bag. It must fit under the seat, max dimensions - 45 x 36 x 20 cm.
Checked baggage is not included in the price of standard tickets but is included in the price of Flexi passenger tickets (one bag, max 23 kg).
Each customer including children and infants can buy up to three hold bags. A standard hold bag is 23kg. You can buy extra weight in 3kgs units, up to a maximum of 32kg per bag. If you’re travelling with family or friends on the same flight and booking, you can pool your total weight allowance.
No single item can weigh more than 32kg. Maximum total size (length + width + height) = under 275cm.