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Flight cancellations - What is claimable

 Poster: A snowHead
Poster: A snowHead
Reading with obvious "delight" all the cancellation of flights over easter is leaving me looking at fall back positions. The current flight prices for alternate flights are all hugely more than we and family paid for their flights. Knowing that if the airline cancels lots of people will suddenly be trying to get alternative routes would rather be in position to book something immediately to get max chance of getting out on intended day.

Would we be in our rights to - if the Gatwick to Munich EasyJet flight be cancelled...
To book a heathrow route and claim back those flight ticket costs, the cost of parking there (or taxi to there as taxis are booked for half party and one car in carpark). Or the cost if booking the Innsbruck flight and additional transfer costs. Even getting to Munich may well increase transfer costs as private transfer is booked timed to original flight.

Looking as citizen advice the cost you can claim won't cover all this. So would get some could remainder be claimed from insurance
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 Obviously A snowHead isn't a real person
Obviously A snowHead isn't a real person
Also with EasyJet when I had cancellations it only let me rebook on a route to the same country. Now that was more notice than we are talking here .... would the IT systems behave the same. Trying find routes that don't involve trying to speak to someone and the inevitable long phones queues to do so
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