Ryanair cancelled Flight Oct'2017
My Ryanair flight was cancelled the day before it was due to fly (from Seville on 10th October 2017). When I applied for compensation and expenses directly with Ryanair they rejected my claim, stating they had given me notice of the cancellation at least 14days in advance. This is untrue.
So I then raised a claim with AviationADR. Finally this year the adjudicator has reached a 'Final Determination' for my claim - concluding that the Airline was liable to pay me the Passenger EC261/2004 flight cancellation compensation to the value of €400.00.
However they also concluded the expenses I claimed (£326.75 total inc alternative flight & 1 night accommodation)
cannot be considered as Ryanair informed the adjudicator I had opted for a
I never did opt for a refund or receive one, so this was false information provided by Ryanair. The 'Final Determination' can't be changed so I can either accept it or pursue the complaint via the courts. I'm not sure what best to do next. I don't think it's worth going to court so probably I will accept the verdict, but any advice would be most welcome.
If I do accept the verdict, will Ryanair still be liable to give me a refund if I apply for one?
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