What is happening with Ryanair cancellations?
Ryanair has made a statement that 50 flights a day (which is less than 2%) will be cancelled in the next six weeks. They say that you will know if you flight is cancelled VIA email or SMS. If you do not receive an email then your flight will be operating as normal. This is apparently been done to accommodate for holiday time that pilots and other flight staff are taking because of a new change in the way that holidays are administered.
How can I tell if my Ryanair flight is cancelled or not?
You will be notified VIA email or SMS text message by Ryanair themselves. As of now only flights that are departing on Sept. 18th, September 19th and September 20th have been updated as to if they are cancelled or not. Ryanair has tweeted that all flights that will be cancelled between now and October 31st because of the holiday scheduling. You can see the full list of cancelled flights here
What are my options if my Ryanair flight has been cancelled?
Ryanair has given two options to their customers. The first option is to apply for a refund. You can do that here.
The second option is to re-schedule your flight. You can do that here.
What can I do with my other travel plans that are non-refundable like hotel rooms and cruises?
Unfortunately having your flight cancelled and rescheduling means that you might be stuck with other non-refundable travel plans. This is where we can help you, with the listing and transfer of your bookings that you can unfortunately no longer use. If you have a booking that you can no longer use on a holiday or trip that you aren't going on because of the Ryanair cancellations you can sell and transfer your booking on TransferTravel.com.
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