About EasyJet Switzerland and Reasons for flight Delays and Cancellations
EasyJet Switzerland SA is a Swiss low-cost airline based in Meyrin, Geneva. It operates scheduled flights as an EasyJet franchise out of Geneva Airport and Euro-Airport Basel–Mulhouse–Freiburg. Being a low cost airline, delays and cancellations are frequently experienced on EasyJet. The fact remains that flying remains one of the safest means of transportation and because of this, a very small safety concern can bring about a delay or cancellation of flight. In general, Bird strikes, storms, illness of a crew member and technical defects are all reasons as to why there could be a flight delay or cancellation.
Your Rights as an
What compensation payments are due to you when EasyJet Switzerland is canceled is dependent on several factors; an example of which is when you were notified of an imminent cancellation or delay. If 14 days prior notification was given before scheduled flight departure date, then you are entitled to a replacement or substitute flight and you can decide if you want to accept it or ask for a full refund but in a situation where a flight is cancelled without adequate notice, passengers are entitled to additional monetary compensation. Same principle applies to flight delays of at least 3 hours. Amount payable is solely dependent on the flight distance and not the ticket price.
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If you are interested in making claims, then you have to contact the airlines directly. From experience, it is often very difficult coming out with success and this is because the Airlines do all they can to ensure that passengers are frustrated into giving up the fight for compensation payment. They would rather hand out travel vouchers than give the monetary equivalent. If you want to avoid the stress of having to do it on your own, then submit your claim for evaluation online on wirkaufendeinenflug.de and if found to be valid, we will make you an immediate offer which is payable within 3 - 24 hours * upon agreement. You get to keep this money no matter the eventual outcome of proceedings.