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youngster
Chelsea Transfer Target

Mar 22, 2018, 9:01 AM

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Ashers mentioned on WDYG he was filling in the form to get compo from EasyJet, good luck is what I say. They'll use every excuse around to get out of it. I turned up in Samara 16 hours late (didn't bother me as I had nothing much to do and enjoyed the comfy hotel for the night, but they didn't know that). Finnair came out with some ridiculous excuse, so if a proper airline like that refuse to pay, doubt Ashers will get much joy out of EasyJet. I've left my claim in the hands of a no win no fee solicitor.

Looks like the no win no fee is the way to go, yes they take 40% but I'd rather have 60% of 400 euros than 100% of nothing. Finnair just totally ignored my requests for what I was owed. So if a company like Finnair treat their customers like this, I can only assume the low cost boys are worse.


kirby knitters
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Mar 22, 2018, 9:45 AM

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Location: Kirby Muxloe
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Ashers mentioned on WDYG he was filling in the form to get compo from EasyJet, good luck is what I say. They'll use every excuse around to get out of it. I turned up in Samara 16 hours late (didn't bother me as I had nothing much to do and enjoyed the comfy hotel for the night, but they didn't know that). Finnair came out with some ridiculous excuse, so if a proper airline like that refuse to pay, doubt Ashers will get much joy out of EasyJet. I've left my claim in the hands of a no win no fee solicitor.

Looks like the no win no fee is the way to go, yes they take 40% but I'd rather have 60% of 400 euros than 100% of nothing. Finnair just totally ignored my requests for what I was owed. So if a company like Finnair treat their customers like this, I can only assume the low cost boys are worse.
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I would certainly expect better from a company in the Oneworld alliance. I have only used them once ( to Helsinki) and had problems that were explained away by doing what most travel companies do and blame someone else!!



Bantam Cymraeg
Chelsea Transfer Target


Mar 22, 2018, 7:41 PM

Posts: 4130
Location: Flintshire
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Ashers mentioned on WDYG he was filling in the form to get compo from EasyJet, good luck is what I say. They'll use every excuse around to get out of it. I turned up in Samara 16 hours late (didn't bother me as I had nothing much to do and enjoyed the comfy hotel for the night, but they didn't know that). Finnair came out with some ridiculous excuse, so if a proper airline like that refuse to pay, doubt Ashers will get much joy out of EasyJet. I've left my claim in the hands of a no win no fee solicitor.

Looks like the no win no fee is the way to go, yes they take 40% but I'd rather have 60% of 400 euros than 100% of nothing. Finnair just totally ignored my requests for what I was owed. So if a company like Finnair treat their customers like this, I can only assume the low cost boys are worse.

That wasn't my experience - see post 119.


youngster
Chelsea Transfer Target

Mar 26, 2018, 1:57 PM

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Ashers mentioned on WDYG he was filling in the form to get compo from EasyJet, good luck is what I say. They'll use every excuse around to get out of it. I turned up in Samara 16 hours late (didn't bother me as I had nothing much to do and enjoyed the comfy hotel for the night, but they didn't know that). Finnair came out with some ridiculous excuse, so if a proper airline like that refuse to pay, doubt Ashers will get much joy out of EasyJet. I've left my claim in the hands of a no win no fee solicitor.

Looks like the no win no fee is the way to go, yes they take 40% but I'd rather have 60% of 400 euros than 100% of nothing. Finnair just totally ignored my requests for what I was owed. So if a company like Finnair treat their customers like this, I can only assume the low cost boys are worse.

That wasn't my experience - see post 119.


Never had a problem with easyJet except for the odd 2-3 hours meal voucher here and there. I just gave up with Blue Air, Ryanair and another whose name escapes me, but admittedly that was in he days before the current laws, so in future I'd be more hopeful.


PaulC
Man City Transfer Target!


Mar 26, 2018, 5:38 PM

Posts: 10595
Location: Ayrshire, Midlothian
Team(s): AFC Darwen, Troon, Ayr Utd, Burnley

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Ashers mentioned on WDYG he was filling in the form to get compo from EasyJet, good luck is what I say. They'll use every excuse around to get out of it. I turned up in Samara 16 hours late (didn't bother me as I had nothing much to do and enjoyed the comfy hotel for the night, but they didn't know that). Finnair came out with some ridiculous excuse, so if a proper airline like that refuse to pay, doubt Ashers will get much joy out of EasyJet. I've left my claim in the hands of a no win no fee solicitor.

Looks like the no win no fee is the way to go, yes they take 40% but I'd rather have 60% of 400 euros than 100% of nothing. Finnair just totally ignored my requests for what I was owed. So if a company like Finnair treat their customers like this, I can only assume the low cost boys are worse.


You can wave goodbye to compensation, legislated for by the EU, when we turn our back on them next year.

Another Brexit bonus.


Yatesman
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Mar 26, 2018, 6:47 PM

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Ashers mentioned on WDYG he was filling in the form to get compo from EasyJet, good luck is what I say. They'll use every excuse around to get out of it. I turned up in Samara 16 hours late (didn't bother me as I had nothing much to do and enjoyed the comfy hotel for the night, but they didn't know that). Finnair came out with some ridiculous excuse, so if a proper airline like that refuse to pay, doubt Ashers will get much joy out of EasyJet. I've left my claim in the hands of a no win no fee solicitor.

Looks like the no win no fee is the way to go, yes they take 40% but I'd rather have 60% of 400 euros than 100% of nothing. Finnair just totally ignored my requests for what I was owed. So if a company like Finnair treat their customers like this, I can only assume the low cost boys are worse.


You can wave goodbye to compensation, legislated for by the EU, when we turn our back on them next year.

Another Brexit bonus.


Big Deal, it's ridiculous to keep filling the skies with more and more planes on more and more routes at increasingly lower prices and expect a perfect service....we live in an imperfect world. Accept it!


PaulC
Man City Transfer Target!


Mar 26, 2018, 6:54 PM

Posts: 10595
Location: Ayrshire, Midlothian
Team(s): AFC Darwen, Troon, Ayr Utd, Burnley

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You can wave goodbye to compensation, legislated for by the EU, when we turn our back on them next year.

Another Brexit bonus.


Big Deal, it's ridiculous to keep filling the skies with more and more planes on more and more routes at increasingly lower prices and expect a perfect service....we live in an imperfect world. Accept it!


The remaining EU27 will continue to be protected. Only in Brexit Britain will Michael O'Leary and suchlike be rubbing their hands at the thought of higher profits at the expense of travellers.


Yatesman
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Mar 26, 2018, 8:08 PM

Posts: 783
Location: A Wee Toon in the Scottish Borders
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You can wave goodbye to compensation, legislated for by the EU, when we turn our back on them next year.

Another Brexit bonus.


Big Deal, it's ridiculous to keep filling the skies with more and more planes on more and more routes at increasingly lower prices and expect a perfect service....we live in an imperfect world. Accept it!


The remaining EU27 will continue to be protected. Only in Brexit Britain will Michael O'Leary and suchlike be rubbing their hands at the thought of higher profits at the expense of travellers.


Not sure any extra profits will be noticed by him.....Have you seen his published trading figures?
He is minted and getting more minted by the minute.....despite cancelled flights, striking pilots etc.

If you don't want O'Leary to profit from you don't use his services.

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