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How to Claim a Passenger Reimbursement or Compensation when Flight U26419 is Interrupted

If you arrive at the London Gatwick Airport and happen to see your flight U26419 status: Delayed or Cancelled, don’t get upset - we are here to help. Learn your passenger rights below in case your flight U26419 heading to Malaga was disrupted.
easyJet - U26419 (EZY6419)
400 €
London Gatwick Airport (LGW)
United Kingdom
Málaga Airport (AGP)
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Last Updated: June 19, 2023

Flight U26419 Trip Reimbursement for a Delay

In the event that you land at Málaga Airport from London Gatwick Airport with a delay, you may have a right to claim compensation from easyJet. This right for flight U2 6419 is based on the UE 261 Regulation from 2004 and generally applies if your arrival at AGP Airport (not your departure from London Airport) is delayed more than 3 hours.

First, confirm if your U26419 journey from London to Malaga qualifies for flight delay compensation from easyJet using our free flight checker. Then, to significantly improve your chances of a successful U2 6419 compensation claim, use AirAdvisor’s platform and expertise.


Flight U2 6419 Trip Reimbursement for a Cancellation

A complete cancellation of your flight from London Airport (LGW) to Málaga Airport may also qualify for compensation from easyJet of 400€

This U26419 flight cancellation reimbursement from easyJet is subject to terms and conditions, and there is no one better to assist you with the U2 6419 claim process than AirAdvisor. When your flight travelling from London Gatwick Airport to Malaga Airport leaves you stranded, we’re here to help.

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Flight U2 6419 Cancelled: Your Right to a Reimbursement

Being grounded at London Gatwick Airport without a way to get to Malaga because your flight U26419 is cancelled is frustrating. Legally, easyJet needs to issue a refund for a cancelled U26419 flight to Málaga Airport. You may also qualify for reimbursement from easyJet for associated costs, like hotel rooms, that are a direct result of the U2 6419 cancellation.


Route Map from London (LGW) to Malaga (AGP) for easyJet Flight U26419


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All About EasyJet

The UK’s EasyJet is among the world's most successful airlines, providing options for over 900 routes to 150+ destinations since launching in 1995. EasyJet has its main base in London Luton Airport and operates a modern active fleet of 318 airplanes. Embarking on over 1,700 flights per day just within the UK, some of its most popular destinations include Amsterdam, Barcelona, Dubrovnik, and Venice. From business trips to family getaways, EasyJet is the reliable choice for budget travelers across Europe.

Gatwick Information: The Facts

London Gatwick began operating in the mid-1930s as an aerodrome. From its beginnings, Gatwick has grown to become among the busiest and most significant airports in Europe, welcoming up to 45 million passengers annually. It is a two-terminal airport located a little less than 50km south of London’s core. It serves as a major hub for airlines such as EasyJet, British Airways, Wizz Air, and Vueling. The airport also provides regular services to cities across the United Kingdom, Europe, Asia, and North America. Gatwick was the first airport in the world to install a direct train link, and today, it remains the UK’s most well-connected airport. Aside from the ease of getting to Gatwick, passengers will also enjoy the airport’s many amenities, such as restaurants, shops, and other useful services.

The Ins and Outs of Málaga Airport (AGP)

Located just 8 kilometers from Málaga and 5 kilometers from Torremolinos, Málaga Airport is the fourth busiest airport in Spain and the busiest airport in Andalusia. Established in 1919, the airport has grown over the years, now providing flights to over 60 different destinations worldwide. With three terminals, Málaga Airport has become a crucial hub, linked to more than 100 cities in Europe. Notably, the airport operates the busiest international route from AGP as of 2022, offering flights to London-Gatwick. In the same year, the airport welcomed 18,457,194 passengers and facilitated 144,107 aircraft movements.


Flight U2 6419 Reimbursement for Trips from London to Malaga: Answers to Common Questions

What process do I follow when flight U26419 to Málaga Airport (AGP) experiences a delay?

Once you land at Málaga Airport, speak with easyJet staff to confirm the exact reason why flight U2 6419 had a delay. Armed with this information relating to flight U26419, head to AirAdvisor to file a risk-free compensation claim because there’s no charge unless you win.

What if my flight from London LGW to Malaga AGP is 2 hours late? Can I claim reimbursement?

Since the required threshold for U26419 flight delay compensation is 3 hours, a 2-hour delay upon arrival at Malaga Airport (AGP) would not qualify for any compensation.

What kind of payment can I expect to receive from easyJet when flight U26419 has a delay?

When you meet the minimum 3-hour threshold, a flight U2 6419 delay can qualify for payment of 400€ from easyJet. This is based on EU Regulation 261.

How is this air journey from London Gatwick Airport to Málaga Airport typically referenced?

This easyJet flight may be noted as U26419 or U2 6419. It may also be referenced as EZY6419 or EZY 6419.


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