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Flight U215 Delayed: Your Compensation

Let’s say that your flight to Edinburgh leaving from London Luton Airport encounters an unexpected delay. If that’s the case for your flight U215, don’t fret. You can submit a compensation claim for a delayed flight with easyJet, provided certain conditions apply. The main stipulation is that flight U2 15 has to be a minimum of 3 hours late landing at EDI Airport. 

AirAdvisor knows the ins and outs of applying the EU 261 / 2004 Regulation to the delay of flight U215. Try our convenient (and free) easyJet U2 15 flight checker to check your eligibility.


easyJet Flight U2 15 Cancelled: Getting Compensation

London Luton Airport is definitely not a fun place to be stranded due to an easyJet cancellation. What airport is? To make things a little easier after an U2 15 flight cancellation, depending on your situation, you may qualify for reimbursement of up to 250€ from easyJet.

It’s much trickier to make a flight U215 compensation claim when you go it alone. That’s why AirAdvisor, who is used to dealing with easyJet trip interruptions, is your perfect partner.

 Submit your claim for a delay on easyJet U215

U215 Flight Compensation: Passenger Rights and Steps

 My rights for Flight U2 15 by easyJet

Refund Claim Entitlement when Flight U215 is Cancelled Completely

When you purchase a ticket on easyJet U215 for a trip from London LTN Airport to Edinburgh, and the flight is cancelled, easyJet must issue a refund for the cancelled flight. You might also qualify for extra compensation for costs due to the U215 cancellation, like a hotel room near London Luton Airport.

You’ll find even more refund information.


Flight U215 via easyJet: London (LTN) to Edinburgh (EDI) Route Guide

Compensation tips for a disrupted easyJet journey

Use this AirAdvisor Checker to Verify Your Air Travel Claim Eligibility

Brief Intro About EasyJet

The UK-based low-cost airline, EasyJet, began flying commercially in 1995. The airline transported almost 70 million air travellers in 2022 to over 150 airports spread across Africa, Europe, and the Middle East. In total, using Luton Airport as a hub, they fly over 300 well-maintained Airbus aircraft that are the youngest in the airline industry.

Luton Airport (LTN): Initial Overview

London Luton Airport is an international airport that opened its doors to the public on 16th July 1938. It is the 4th largest airport in the UK with over 17 million passengers travelling through it each year. The airport has one terminal, which houses 11 airlines and offers flights to 154 destinations across 42 countries on 203 routes. In 2019, the airport saw a total of 141,481 flights, making it a major player in the aviation industry. Whether travelling for business or pleasure, London Luton Airport is an excellent choice for your next trip.

Fact Summary on Edinburgh Airport (EDI)

Edinburgh Airport, located in the city of Edinburgh, Scotland, opened its doors in 1977 and has since become the busiest airport in Scotland in 2019, as well as the 6th-busiest airport in the UK. In 2022, the airport saw over 11 million passengers and 93,004 aircraft movements. Owned and operated by Global Infrastructure Partners, the airport has one runway and one passenger terminal, employing approximately 2,500 people. With its impressive magnitude and passenger flow, Edinburgh Airport plays a crucial role in connecting Scotland to the rest of the world.


easyJet U215 Trip from London to Edinburgh Compensation: FAQs


What do I do when my U2 15 flight to Edinburgh from London Luton Airport is delayed?

The minute you step off the easyJet plane in Edinburgh, ask the airline staff the reason why flight U215 encountered a delay. After that, submit your risk-free compensation claim with us. AirAdvisor operates on a no-win, no-fee basis, so for your U2 15 trip delay claim, using us is completely risk-free.


What kind of compensation can I get if the easyJet flight U215 arrived at Edinburgh Airport 2 hours late?

Unless the delay arriving at Edinburgh Airport is at least 3 hours, there is no easyJet compensation requirement. But, if your U2 15 flight arrives 3 hours late or is cancelled and you never leave London Luton Airport, then the potential exists to claim 250€ in compensation.


How much compensation am I owed by easyJet for the delay of flight U2 15 departing from London?

According to the UE 261 Regulation from 2004, you may be entitled to 250€ to compensate you for the inconvenience of the flight U2 15 delay.


What alternate ways is this easyJet flight from London Luton Airport to Edinburgh referenced?

Look for U215/U2 15 and EZY15/EZY 15.