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Compensation that Applies when FR6369 by Ryanair is Delayed

There’s nothing worse than arriving late at Barcelona International Airport when you have a tight travel itinerary. Don’t panic because FR 6369 late arrivals can be eligible for compensation for flight delay. In Europe, EU Regulation 261/2004 compels Ryanair to compensate travelers who experience a flight delay on FR6369, as long as your arrival at BCN is over 3 hours late.

At AirAdvisor, we understand that navigating Ryanair flight FR 6369 reimbursements can be tricky. It’s important to know your flight delay compensation rights as soon as you arrive in Barcelona. We can guide you through the claim process with Ryanair as long as you meet certain conditions. To start, use our free tool to check the FR6369 flight.


FR6369 Flight Cancelled: Your Anticipated Compensation

A cancelled Ryanair flight will always impact your travel plans. When you get stuck at Palma De Mallorca Airport with nowhere to go, you can apply for a refund for a cancelled FR6369 flight.

Subject to certain criteria, FR6369 flights that never take off from Palma de Mallorca Airport entitle you to 250€ to ease the difficulty that comes with the cancellation. Airlines, including Ryanair , can be notoriously hard to deal with concerning a refund in case of PMI Airport flight disruption. The solution is to lean on AirAdvisor to get your FR6369 flight cancellation compensation.

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Your Refund Rights when Ryanair FR 6369 Experiences a Cancellation

The law makes it obligatory for Ryanair to cover the cost of your flight from Palma De Mallorca Airport (PMI) to Barcelona International Airport (BCN) if your original flight FR6369 is cancelled. To help with the disruption, you may also be eligible for other benefits from Ryanair , like reimbursement for a hotel.

If you’re unsure of how to get a refund for flight FR6369, check out our information on the flight cancellation refund process.

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Inside Ryanair

Ryanair, an Irish ultra low-cost carrier, has become one of Ireland's biggest airlines since its founding in 1984. The airline, headquartered in Dublin, operates a fleet of over 540 planes and provides travel services to more than 225 destinations across over 40 countries. Despite their commitment to low-cost travel, Ryanair has managed to maintain a high level of environmental rating which has made them one of the world’s highest-rated environmental airlines. As of March 2023, the airline has achieved an impressive 87% On-Time Performance and 88% Customer Satisfaction and boasts a 93% Load Factor. Ryanair's commitment to providing an affordable and efficient travel experience has cemented its place as one of Ireland's biggest success stories.

Palma Airport: The Rundown

Palma de Mallorca Airport is Spain’s third busiest, with just under 30 million passengers using this popular airport in 2019. The airport offered its first flight in 1960 and, since then, has seen continuous growth. As the island’s only airport, it has become an important hub for air travel within Spain and Europe. It features direct flights from around the world, including from North American cities as well as regular flights into major Spanish cities and the rest of Europe. Mallorca’s main industry is tourism, and during the island’s busy summer season, the airport can see a staggering 35,000 flights in a single month.

Barcelona Airport: What You Need To Know

Josep Tarradellas Barcelona Airport, also known as Barcelona International or El Prat Airport, is one of the busiest and most important transportation hubs in Europe. Located southwest of the centre of Barcelona, it is a critical gateway to Catalonia and the rest of Spain. With over 52 million passengers in 2019 alone, it is the second largest and second busiest airport in Spain, as well as the sixth busiest in Europe. The airport is a hub for Level and Vueling, and a focus city for major airlines such as Air Europa, Iberia, EasyJet and Ryanair.

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What should I do if my FR6369 flight from Palma de Mallorca to Barcelona is delayed?

The first step is to inquire with Ryanair about the reason for the delay. Do this immediately after you land behind schedule at Barcelona Airport. Then, submit your risk-free compensation claim for flight FR6369 with us. Only if you receive compensation from Ryanair do we charge a fee, so it’s certainly worth a try. You have a much better chance of FR 6369 flight delay compensation when you have AirAdvisor by your side.


My flight FR 6369 arrived at Barcelona International Airport (BCN) 2 hours late. Can I get reimbursement?

Ryanair  flights must be delayed a minimum of 3 hours to qualify for FR 6369 flight compensation. So if your delay at Barcelona Airport is only 2 hours, European Union law doesn’t make compensation by Ryanair mandatory. But remember that if your flight from Palma De Mallorca Airport to Barcelona International Airport is cancelled, you may have the right to claim 250€ of compensation.


When my flight FR 6369 is delayed, what compensation can I claim?

The UE Regulation from 2004 says that if your FR 6369 flight from Palma De Mallorca Airport is delayed a minimum of 3 hours arriving at BCN Airport, you are entitled to 250€.


What other ways is flight FR 6369 referenced?

FR 6369, FR6369, RYR 6369, and RYR6369 are additional ways this Palma de Mallorca Airport (PMI) to Barcelona Airport (BCN) Ryanair flight is referenced.