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More easyJet cancellations as chaos at the airline continues

easyJet continues their streak of dozens of last-minute flight cancellations per day. If your easyJet flight was cancelled, you can claim flight compensation of up to £520.
 

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Monday was another bad day for passengers travelling with easyJet. More than 60 flights from the UK were cancelled, including over 40 just from London Gatwick.

For easyJet's passengers, the last few weeks are an especially rough period. First, at the end of May, 200 easyJet flights were cancelled due to problems with the airline's IT systems. Then, the airline started cancelling flights on a rather regular basis, mostly due to staff shortages.

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Passengers of cancelled easyJet flights can claim flight compensation

As far as we know at the moment, the Monday easyJet cancellations were not caused by a third party or force majeure — they are simply a result of the airline's own problems with staff shortages. Because of this, the passengers are likely to be eligible for flight compensation, according to British and EU regulations.

The flight compensation amount depends on the cancelled flight's distance.

In general, easyJet flies on rather short distances (below 1500 km) — in this case, passengers can claim £220 in flight compensation.

However, some of the easyJet flights cancelled on Monday travel longer distances. For example, passengers who were supposed to fly from London Gatwick to Hurghada (Egypt) can claim even £520 for their cancelled flight.

 

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How to claim flight compensation?

The easiest way to claim flight compensation — online via Flight-Delayed.co.uk

Filling out all the details takes as little as 5 minutes. Afterwards, our team will take care of your claim from start to finish, including an eventual court case against the airline.

Since 2010, we have helped millions of passengers across the world get their well-deserved money from airlines. We have legal teams in 9 European countries and a court success rate of 98%. 

For your convenience, we operate on a 'no win, no fee' basis.
 

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