Flight delay and cancellation compensation, Ryanair ONLY

edited 13 October 2017 at 12:22PM in Flight Delay Compensation
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  • DowsettDowsett Forumite
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    Dr_Watson wrote: »
    Dowsett,
    Yes I issued my forms as an hard copy -three copies of form A along with my £80 fee.
    Give Manchester or Liverpool courts an e mail and ask if they are aware of the process firstly. If not get back to me and i'll sort out the address of my nearest major court that accepted my claim using the ESCP process.
    Keep away from MCOL- Form A and the ESCP is what you need.

    Ok thanks. You said you issued your form A and ESCP (whats this?) and sent your hard copies with the £80 fee.... the form A method is only £25 isnt it? - This is where im getting confused, theres like 3 different paths ive been lead down and i am a complete noobie at taking claims/complaints this far. Normally pretty good at this stuff but totally lost at this point.

    I just want to know in my own mind that everything is right because its going through court and i know what ryanair are like...
  • Dr_WatsonDr_Watson Forumite
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    Dowsett wrote: »
    Ok thanks. You said you issued your form A and ESCP (whats this?) and sent your hard copies with the £80 fee.... the form A method is only £25 isnt it? - This is where im getting confused, theres like 3 different paths ive been lead down and i am a complete noobie at taking claims/complaints this far. Normally pretty good at this stuff but totally lost at this point.

    I just want to know in my own mind that everything is right because its going through court and i know what ryanair are like...

    Dowsett,
    Form A is the form you need to populate to trigger the European Small Claims Procedure (ESCP) with the courts. The fee will depend on the amount you are claiming from the (soon to be- i hope) defendant which is Ryanair in your case.
    Court Fees for the amount you are claiming are on the E justice portal. Mine was £80 because of the amount I am claiming from Ryanair.
    Successfully sued Ryanair in 2013/14...and have been 'helping' litigants since then.

    Current known score:-
    Dr Watson 35 - 0 Ryanair / Ince and Co

    Go to post 622 on the Ryanair thread to read how to sue them safely.
  • DowsettDowsett Forumite
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    Dr_Watson wrote: »
    Dowsett,
    Form A is the form you need to populate to trigger the European Small Claims Procedure (ESCP) with the courts. The fee will depend on the amount you are claiming from the (soon to be- i hope) defendant which is Ryanair in your case.
    Court Fees for the amount you are claiming are on the E justice portal. Mine was £80 because of the amount I am claiming from Ryanair.

    Ok thanks. I am going off standard proceedure. over X amount of Km = this much.

    I will try to contact my nearest major courts - is there anyway of telling if they are a 'major' court or not? I have all of my form A completed, just needs sending off then. :D
  • DowsettDowsett Forumite
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    Dr_Watson wrote: »
    Dowsett,
    Yes I issued my forms as an hard copy -three copies of form A along with my £80 fee.
    Give Manchester or Liverpool courts an e mail and ask if they are aware of the process firstly. If not get back to me and i'll sort out the address of my nearest major court that accepted my claim using the ESCP process.
    Keep away from MCOL- Form A and the ESCP is what you need.

    After getting nowhere again last night, i wanted to ask how you sent your form A off. Any court i ring are adamant that i need to use an N1 form - im not quite sure i do.

    So... how did you get your euro forms away? Where did you send them? did you attach a cover note with it as well?

    Thanks
  • Dr_WatsonDr_Watson Forumite
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    Dowsett wrote: »
    After getting nowhere again last night, i wanted to ask how you sent your form A off. Any court i ring are adamant that i need to use an N1 form - im not quite sure i do.

    So... how did you get your euro forms away? Where did you send them? did you attach a cover note with it as well?

    Thanks

    Dowsett,
    I've sent you a PM.
    Successfully sued Ryanair in 2013/14...and have been 'helping' litigants since then.

    Current known score:-
    Dr Watson 35 - 0 Ryanair / Ince and Co

    Go to post 622 on the Ryanair thread to read how to sue them safely.
  • Hi all

    It's been over a month since I sent a claim to Ryainair via their online form, however I have heard nothing. Should I be chasing them up, or is it standard to wait this amount of time?

    Cheers
  • romanby1romanby1 Forumite
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    Hi all

    It's been over a month since I sent a claim to Ryainair via their online form, however I have heard nothing. Should I be chasing them up, or is it standard to wait this amount of time?

    Cheers
    They are hoping you have got fed up and gone away.
    NBA with a 14-21 day response time
  • romanby1 wrote: »
    They are hoping you have got fed up and gone away.
    NBA with a 14-21 day response time

    Thanks. I don't really fancy ringing their premium rate number. Is it a letter writing job? Or should I stick through another claim with a polite notice about my previous one being ignored?
  • Hi - 6 of us were supposed to be on a delayed flight from Rome to EMA on 4 July.

    I have absolutely no idea what the reasons were for the delay - presumably if anything other than the usual technical issues RA will let us know if and when they respond to my compensation request.

    Two quick queries though if anyone is able to help.

    1) 4 members of our party made alternative travel arragnements and did not fly on the (6hr+) delayed flight in the end. RA provided a form to claim a refund of the flight. Do I claim this in addition to the EU compensation claim for cancelled flights (assuming extraordinary circumstances does not apply) or does obtaining the refund affect the right to make the compensation claim?

    2) Is the EU claim only relevant to adults with a seat or should I also claim on behalf of my infant daughter?
  • mart67_2mart67_2 Forumite
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    Hi all

    It's been over a month since I sent a claim to Ryainair via their online form, however I have heard nothing. Should I be chasing them up, or is it standard to wait this amount of time?

    Cheers

    I contacted them on numerous occasions and they ignored me. I think you have to go down the legal route. Personally, i couldn't be arsed dealing with them so i hired solicitors. They take about 27% of your compo, but hey ho, it's stress free.
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