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7 Mar 2016

RYANAIR FLIGHT DELAY CLAIMS..Ryanair Flight Delay Compensation ''NOW''...



If you bought a ticket to fly Ryanair and your flight was delayed, you could claim compensation from Ryanair..

If you’ve flown with Ryanair within the last 6 years and your flight was


delayed due to an airline issue, you may be entitled to receive over 


£500 per passenger in compensation.


Ryanair will also reimburse you for your reasonable receipted expenses 


on delays that fall into the compensation bracket above.Details below.



https://www.ryanair.com/content/dam/ryanair/help-centre-pdfs/eu261-



en.pdf


Flight Delay Compensation - Claim Up To £510* / €600

You need to have been delayed by 3 or more hours to claim..
You can apply for compensation for any past delays up to a maximum of 6 years prior to the current date. This is due to the statute of limitations applied to flight delay cases in England, Wales and Northern Ireland.

Amounts as set in EU Regulation 261/2004
If your flight was delayed by more than 3 hours, you are entitled by EU law (Regulation 261/2004) to claim from the airline depending on the distance of your flight. In the case of flights over 3,500km (outside the EU), the airline is eligible to apply a 50% flat reduction on compensation awarded if the delay was between 3 and 4 hours, if the delay was greater than 4 hours they will be liable to pay the full €600.
Your claim will be settled at the Euro equivalent on the exchange rate at the time of the delay, or on the date your claim is settled (This will depend on the airline).‡ Between an EU and a non-EU airport.
Compensation for delay
Flight distanceHow late arrivingEntitlement
Up to 1,500km (932 miles)More than 3 hours€250
Any flight within the EU over 1,500km (932 miles) or any other flight between 1,500km-3,500 km (2,175 miles)More than 3 hours€400
More than 3,500km (2,175 miles)Between 3-4 hours€300
More than 3,500km (2,175 miles)More than 4 hours€600
Making sure it is the correct legal address.Ryanair address here;Ryanair Holdings PLC,Corporate Head Office,Airside Business Park,Swords,County Dublin,Ireland.Then write a letter to the airline, using our sample letter below. There is no legal requirement to have proof of postage but it might be best to get this to be on the safe side.

                                                                                                                                                       Your Name and address 
Ryanair Holdings PLC.
Corporate Head Office.
Airside Business Park.

Swords,County Dublin
Ireland.
Assertion of compensation claims according to Art. 7 Regulation (EC) No. 261/2004
Dear Sir/Madam,
I hereby claim compensation according to Art. 7 of Regulation (EC) No. 261/2004 for:
1. your name / street / postal code / city
2. name of other passengers (for example your wife or children)
 
I claim compensation relating to flight (flight number) which I booked from (departure airport) to (destination airport) on (departure date).
The flight was delayed for more than x hours OR canceled OR took place without me.
The problem was not based on exceptional circumstances or act of god.  
Due to the delay of x hours and the air distance between the airports I have the right to be compensated by xxxx for each passenger.
I am writing to request that you pay an amount of xxxx for each passenger, which comes to a total amount of €/£xxxx immediately, but not later than 2 weeks from the date of this letter.
My bank account is
Bank:   xxxxxxx
IBAN:   xxxxxx
Sift/BIC: xxxxxx
If I do not receive a response from you within the aforementioned deadline, I will seek immediate legal assistance.
With best regards
Your Name, Date and your signature



If you’ve flown with Ryanair within the last 6 years and your flight was




delayed due to an airline issue, you may be entitled to receive over 



£500 per passenger in compensation.



Ryanair will reimburse you for your reasonable receipted expenses on 


delays that fall into the compensation bracket above.Details below.



https://www.ryanair.com/content/dam/ryanair/help-centre-pdfs/eu261-



en.pdf




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1 comment:

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