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easyJet is now the second largest low-cost carrier in Europe, behind Ryanair. The company considers itself a pioneer in online booking for travel. Initially, easyJet bookings could only be completed over the phone, but in 1997 easyJet launched a website for direct easyJet bookings. The initial two routes that were operated by easyJet were from London Luton to Glasgow and to Edinburgh. easyJet now covers over 600 routes both domestically and internationally in 32 countries. In 2016, the airlines carried over 73 million passengers to their destinations.
Per the EU Flight Compensation Regulation of 2004, passengers on cancelled or severely delayed flights have rights to compensation. That could mean good news for you.
Depending on the length of the journey, passengers can get reimbursed up to 600 euros per cancelled flight. In addition, airlines are required to care for passengers should flight delays exceed two hours. That means meals and possibly, hotel accommodations. Please notify the airline immediately if you have been subject to a flight delay or cancellation.
However, these regulations are not applicable to customers who cannot board flights due to extraordinary circumstances (i.e. weather delays, strike action, removal of passengers for disorderly behaviour and flights grounded due to war or political reasons).
Here is a list of things you should know before you board an easyJet flight.
Given the popularity of short trips with easyJet, knowing the difference between the type of luggage packages you can choose from with easyJet is very important. More and more people are choosing not to check in luggage due to excessive fees and waiting times upon arrival. Below is everything you need to know about your luggage allowance with easyJet.
All passengers are entitled 1 one cabin bag on board the aircraft. However, you have to follow some rules:
Luggage allowance with easyJet
Max size of Cabin bag: The maximum size of hand luggage with easyJet is 56cm x 45cm x 25cm, including handles and wheels. Despite this restriction, there are not any weight limitations on cabin bags - although they should be able to fit in the overhead lockers. If the lockers are full, your bag will be checked into the hold free of charge.
Any additional bag must go under your seat and must not exceed 45cm x 36cm x 20cm. Smaller bags include a laptop bag or handbag. Additional items such as coats, umbrellas etc. should also fit underneath your seat.
Hold luggage allowance with easyJet: Each passenger is entitled to purchase up to 3 x hold bags of up to 23kg. Infants travelling on an adults lap are not entitled to hold luggage.
Checking in to easyJet flights is simple: it can be done using the easyJet website or in the app under "Manage Bookings". Check-in is available up to 30 days or just 2 hours before your flight departs; however, do make sure that you check in prior to your flight as failure to do so may risk missing your flight. If any information concerning your flight has changed e.g. you changed the name, added luggage or your flight time has changed, then simply check in again and print off a new boarding pass.
In order to check in, you must have filled out your identification information, called Advanced Passenger information (API). This includes your name, address and passport number when you can fill out during online check-in, for example. Whether or not this ID is required will depend on the route you're taking; but failing to present it upon request will mean you can't board the flight.
On Omio, you can book a wide range of flight tickets with easyJet.
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