Ryanair - Weather Disruptions - 18th and 19th December
Saturday 18, December 2010
Ryanair advises passengers that due to heavy snow in France, Germany, Northern Italy and Ireland, flights are subject to delay and possible cancellation.
The situation at 1900 UTC is as follows:
Italy - Pisa and Venice Treviso Airports are currently closed due to snow.
Uk - Due to adverse weather conditions, all flights from London Gatwick, London Luton and London Stansted are cancelled until 1000 UTC 19th December 2010.
All other airports are currently open. Passengers booked to travel today are advised to present at the airport as normal - click here for the latest flight information.
Passengers who were booked to travel on one of the below cancelled flights can either apply online for a refund of their unused flight(s) OR transfer to the next available flight free of charge (a) online, (b) the airport ticket desk or (c) by calling our reservation centres on the below numbers (subject to opening hours).
Passengers who were booked to travel on a flight which has been delayed by two hours or more beyond its scheduled time of departure can apply online for a refund of their unused flights(s) OR transfer to the next available flight free of charge (a) the airport ticket desk or (b) by callling our reservation centres
CLICK HERE TO REBOOK FREE ONLINE: to rebook to the same destination airport on an alternative flight free of charge, subject to availability.
PLEASE NOTE: If your booking has a return flight included which has not been cancelled and you have already checked in for that flight, you will NOT be able to transfer your return flight online to a different date. If you wish to do this you will need to call our reservation centre - see below for contact details.
CLICK HERE TO APPLY FOR A REFUND ONLINE: to cancel your flight(s) and claim a full refund of the unused flight(s) simply click on the link and enter the required details. Refunds will be processed within 14 working days back to the original form of payment.
Click HERE for a written notice setting out the rules for compensation and assistance in line with EU Regulation 261/2004. This EU261/04 notice is also available at all Ryanair Ticket Desks at all airports.
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