easyJet travel warning for top holiday destination

easyJet has warned passengers that some airport providers in Italy could possibly be impacted by industrial motion. Clients have been suggested to permit further time to journey to the airport.

easyJet mentioned: “We’ve been knowledgeable of nationwide strike motion in Italy on Monday September 12 which can have an effect on some areas within the airport together with floor dealing with providers.

“Like all airways working to and from Italy, we may even see some disruption to our flying programme on this date.

“We advise prospects travelling to or from Italy on Monday September 12 to permit further time to journey to and from the airport and to examine the standing of their flights on our Flight Tracker on our cell app or web site:

“Ought to any flights be cancelled then we’ll contact prospects by way of e-mail and SMS utilizing the main points offered on the time of reserving and examine in.

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“For cancelled flights solely, we advise prospects to not journey to the airport however to switch their flights freed from cost or take a refund by logging onto Handle Bookings on or our Flight Tracker.

“In accordance with EU261 rules, prospects won’t be entitled to say for compensation on account of the commercial motion.

“Though that is exterior of our management, we want to reassure prospects that we’re doing all we are able to to minimise any disruption that will happen on account of the strike motion.”

easyJet has mentioned that prospects impacted by the Italian industrial motion won’t be entitled to money compensation.


Beneath present legal guidelines, passengers are entitled to compensation if the airline is at fault and the cancellation is last-minute.

Passengers are entitled to another flight on their meant day of journey even whether it is on a rival airline.

There could also be disruption at Italian airports because of the strike with some members of floor employees concerned.

Airports and airways have been impacted by strike motion over the summer time throughout Europe.

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RMT normal secretary, Mick Lynch, mentioned: “RMT joins the entire nation in paying its respects to Queen Elizabeth.

“The deliberate railway strike motion on 15 and 17 September is suspended. We specific our deepest condolences to her household, mates and the nation.”

Trains are anticipated to be busy as many Britons journey to pay their respects to Her Majesty.

Large crowds have gathered at The Queen’s residences whereas many have left floral tributes in London’s Inexperienced Park.

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