Ryanair Flight Cancelled?
Are you a victim of Ryanair who, with no regard for its passengers, is cancelling about 2.000 flights up until the end of October!
Ryanair thinks it can afford to do anything it wants, because they are a low cost company. Well, we have news for them and for you. They are obliged to respect you as a customer and especially to respect your rights as a passenger. When they cancel your flight and don’t inform you of this personally at least 14 days in advance, you are entitled to much more compensation than just another ticket. Don’t let them off the hook so easily. Read more.
Claim It sets up a dedicated team to help passengers who are victims of these Ryanair cancellations
Claim It is an organization committed to the rights of passengers. “We’ve been doing this for quite a while now, because we find that people are insufficiently aware of their passenger rights. This is, of course, also the case for many of the Ryanair victims.”, Ralph Pais tells us in the Brussels headquarters of Claim It (where the phones don’t seem to stop ringing these days).
“Because so many people are all disadvantaged by this one decision of Ryanair, we have decided to set up a special dedicated client team within Claim It. Specialists and legal experts who only deal with the demands for the maximum compensation provided by law, for Ryanair victims.”
Furthermore, Claim It provides this service on a ‘no cure – no fee’ basis.* This means you don’t pay a penny if you don’t receive a financial compensation from the airline once the case is closed. There is no risk at all involved for you and you don’t make any downpayment in advance.
What do you need to do if you are a ‘Ryanair victim’?
Click through to our CLAIM IT NOW form, fill in all the details and provide us the documents necessary for Claim It to act in your best intrest.
Based on the flight code we will identify you as a ‘Ryanair casualty’ and hand your file to the dedicated specialists – who are on these cases full time – right away.
Are you one of the people facing a Ryanair cancellation? Discover your rights.
EU Regulation 261/2004 foresees that passengers, who travel to or from any European airport, are entitled to a financial compensation when they arrive at their final destination with a delay of three hours or more, or when their flight was cancelled or they were denied boarding due to an overbooking.
The amounts of those compensations are regulated by law and are:
- 250 EURO for flights of 1.500 km. or less.
- 400 EURO for flights of between 1.500 km and 3.500 km.
- 600 EURO for all other flights (3.500 km. or more)
Through our CLAIM IT NOW form you can apply immediately.
You are hesitant to entrust us with your Ryanair case?
Feel free to call up a member of our team and ask for advice. You can reach them by phone in the Claim It headquarters on 028887575.
Due to the very large number of people who, just as you, have been mistreated by Ryanair, it is very busy at Claim It. If all lines are busy, please try again a few minutes later or use the CLAIM IT NOW form.
* Should Claim It not obtain a positive result for you, you don’t pay us anything! Moreover, you don’t pay us any amount in advance. It is only once Ryanair pays out the financial compensation that Claim It offsets its commission of 25% (+VAT) with this amount. You only pay us after Ryanairs compensation has arrived. In other words, you don’t pay Claim Its commission out of your own pocket, but with Ryanairs money.