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Easyjet Info Needed

Sat Feb 19, 2005 3:34 pm

Hello friend,
One of my co-workers here in LAX was trying to fly nonrev from LAX to LHR on Virgin and got bumped of both flights.. But to make things worst she also had purchased a revenue tkt on Easyjet from Gatwick to Rome... What is Easyjet's rules as far as missing a flight? Did she loss the ticket? Does she has to pay a change fee and fare difference? If you some can help me out please let me know. In case if someone here works for easyjet, here is her record locator.. She will try Virgin again tomorrow Saturday with her mom...  Sad

Thnak you so much and those that could assist would be more than happy to receive passes on Frontier!


Feb 20 on flt 5257 from Gatwick to Rome. Conf #'s are E54QB8L E54Q97D. Bonnie and Summer
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RE: Easyjet Info Needed

Sat Feb 19, 2005 5:33 pm

Hi Airbrasil

I don't work for EZY but I work for VS! easyJet allow you to change the booking online - it will cost £10 per change + whatever the fare difference is. However both VS flts LAX-LHR on Sat and Sun are overbooked so there's no guarantee they will get on  Sad

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RE: Easyjet Info Needed

Sat Feb 19, 2005 5:54 pm

At least your friend should be due some compensation under the new law regarding overbooking. This was one of the reasons the law was introduced, to deal with airlines who treat passengers like this.
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RE: Easyjet Info Needed

Sat Feb 19, 2005 5:55 pm

He was non-reving so I doubt he will be able to take advantage of this new rule.
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RE: Easyjet Info Needed

Sun Feb 20, 2005 8:33 am

Thank you all for the info.. I will advise her today. Yes the new European law would be good if she was a rev pax.. but flying non-rev we know the risks..

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RE: Easyjet Info Needed

Sun Feb 20, 2005 8:39 am

The new European law is good for things like this, BUT not for things such as weather dealys, airlines will sometimes end up paying passengers more than they payed for their ticket because of things out or the airline's control, such as weather conditions, EZY are up in arms about it, they are talking of raising fares because of it

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RE: Easyjet Info Needed

Sun Feb 20, 2005 6:17 pm

The law applies to EU airlines or any flight from an EU airport. Airlines will NOT have to pay for natural causes like weather.

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