When Are You Entitled To Jet2 Flight Compensation?
EU Regulation 261/2004 sets out compensation rights for passengers in the event of flight disruptions. Read more to find out exactly when you are entitled to Jet2 flight compensation.
You may be entitled Jet2 flight delay compensation if your arrival was delayed by more than 3 hours. EU Regulation 261/2004 also requires compensation for denied boarding due to overbooking.
Passengers must receive at least 14 days’ cancellation notice. Otherwise, passengers are entitled to compensation. However, passengers also aren’t entitled to compensation if the change doesn’t delay their arrival.
If your flight has been cancelled with less than 14 days’ notice, you may be eligible for Jet2 compensation for a cancelled flight.
As part of Jet2’s refund policy, you are NOT eligible to receive Jet2 compensation if your flight disruption was caused by factors beyond the airline’s control.
This includes weather conditions, air traffic control decisions and problems with airport infrastructure.