Flight delay and cancellation compensation, Ryanair ONLY

edited 13 October 2017 at 12:22PM in Flight Delay Compensation
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  • JPearsJPears Forumite
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    Dr_Watson wrote: »
    JPears, post 519 is where I'm at...
    So have they paid up?
    I was also confusing you with Dr-A ;)
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  • Dr_WatsonDr_Watson Forumite
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    JPears wrote: »
    I was also confusing you with Dr-A ;)

    Not a problem JP.

    JPears wrote: »
    So have they paid up?

    Ahh, good question....RA have applied for permission to appeal.
    Nothing extraordinary there, RA play the long game as I have said before and I was expecting an appeal application.
    To date no decision has been made on whether an appeal will be granted.....but i'll let you all know ...including you guys at Ryanair HQ.;)
    Successfully sued Ryanair in 2013/14...and have been 'helping' litigants since then.

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    JPearsJPears Forumite
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    edited 8 January 2014 at 10:47AM
    Dr_Watson wrote: »
    Not a problem JP.




    Ahh, good question....RA have applied for permission to appeal.
    Nothing extraordinary there, RA play the long game as I have said before and I was expecting an appeal application.
    To date no decision has been made on whether an appeal will be granted.....but i'll let you all know ...including you guys at Ryanair HQ.;)
    Bar stewards....:D
    Casetracker reference?
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  • Dr_WatsonDr_Watson Forumite
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    JPears wrote: »
    Bar stewards....:D
    Casetracker reference?

    It's an appeal against a decision made in the small claims court (ESCP) by a county judge.
    I wasn't aware that it would appear with a search on Casetracker?
    Successfully sued Ryanair in 2013/14...and have been 'helping' litigants since then.

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  • JPearsJPears Forumite
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    I'm not sure either, but I believe its still heard at Court of Appeal? so should show up?
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  • Dr_WatsonDr_Watson Forumite
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    JPears wrote: »
    I'm not sure either, but I believe its still heard at Court of Appeal? so should show up?

    Nothing granted as of yet regarding the appeal- maybe it'll show up if any such appeal gets granted..
    Successfully sued Ryanair in 2013/14...and have been 'helping' litigants since then.

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

    I was just wondering if I should attempt to receive compensation from Ryanair? On my flight from London Gatwick to Dublin, Ireland, on 6/01/2014, our pilot diverted the plane to Shannon, Ireland, which followed waiting for a coach to arrive, and getting us to Dublin Airport 4 hours later than expected (with no refreshments offered).

    The reason was for bad weather conditions meaning we apparently couldn't land immediately in Dublin (we waited for 10 minutes in the air queue before he decided there was not enough fuel to keep waiting, and to go instead to Shannon), but no other planes were diverted that day, including other flights operated by Ryanair, nor was the airport closed.
    (From what I understand, I think that specific plane was meant to fly from Shannon the next day anyway... On flight checkers it declares the arrival time of the flight to be 'unknown', of course!)

    On a brighter note, once I actually arrived, had a lovely time in Dublin.
  • CobyBensonCobyBenson Forumite
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    It was extremely windy that day in Dublin so I think this is an extraordinary circumstance.

    There is however an argument that Ryanair should have departed with extra fuel, knowing full well that the weather was going to be poor on route.

    You would then argue that by failing to do this they have not taken all reasonable measures to avoid your delay.
  • richardwrichardw Forumite
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    CobyBenson wrote: »
    ... Ryanair should have departed with extra fuel, knowing full well that the weather was going to be poor on route.
    ... by failing to do this they have not taken all reasonable measures to avoid your delay.

    Exactly. Just what I was thinking.
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  • JPearsJPears Forumite
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    richardw wrote: »
    Exactly. Just what I was thinking.
    It is well known that RA in the past run flights on minimum fuel load. There was a programme about it last year-
    http://airnation.net/2012/08/12/3-ryanair-flights-emergency-landings-fuel/
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