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A Delayed U26471 Flight: Reimbursement

Flight disruptions at either LGW or AGP Airport are never fun. In cases when your U2 6471 journey is delayed arriving in Malaga, Germany, by more than 3 hours, easyJet has a legal obligation, based on the EU261/2004 Regulation, to provide remuneration. You do this for flight U26471 by filing a compensation claim for a delayed flight with the airline.

If you are unclear about how to get flight delay compensation for U26471, AirAdvisor has you covered. First, consult our free U26471 flight checker to start the process. Let us help you deal with the easyJet red tape to increase the odds of a favourable U2 6471 delay claim outcome.


Compensation Qualification for an U2 6471 Flight Cancellation

Flight cancellations definitely impact your travel plans to Malaga. But if you’re stranded at London Gatwick Airport and unable to land at Málaga Airport, don’t panic. It’s possible to claim up to 400€ for the disruption from easyJet to soften the blow. Although there are certain stipulations to this flight U26471 payout, AirAdvisor makes it easy to sort through the easyJet cancellation claim process. We can answer all the questions you have relating to how to submit an U2 6471 cancellation claim.

Does my flight U26471 qualify for reimbursement

Reimbursement for easyJet U26471: Passenger’s Rights and Process Summary

easyJet U2 6471 to Malaga Passenger Rights

easyJet Flight U26471 is Cancelled: Passengers’ Right to Claim a Refund

In short, easyJet must cover the cost of your cancelled flight from London Airport (LGW) to Málaga Airport (AGP). This is done as an U26471 flight refund, and easyJet is also mandated to cover any supplementary costs, like a hotel stay at London Gatwick Airport, that you experience as a direct result of the U26471 cancellation.


easyJet U2 6471 Flight Map from London to Malaga

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EasyJet Briefing

easyJet is a low-cost European airline that was established in 1995 and is headquartered at London Luton Airport. With a market capitalisation of £5.0 billion, it is one of the largest airlines in the world. Operating in more than 34 countries and 153 airports, easyJet has a fleet size of 326 aircraft and employs over 4,000 pilots. It has 29 bases across Europe and is the 2nd-largest budget airline in Europe. With its impressive operational scale and affordable fares, easyJet has made air travel accessible to millions of people across the world.

The Story of London Gatwick

London’s second-biggest airport, Gatwick, uses IATA code LGW and is easy to reach on up to 120 direct trains throughout Britain. Officially opened as an airport by the Queen in 1958, London Gatwick has been an airport since as early as 1933. With its two terminals, North and South, this single-runway air hub links the British capital with up to 230 destinations, depending on the season. Covering over 1,670 acres, it is located about 30 miles (47.5 km) from the heart of the city. In 2022, Gatwick was the country’s second most-booked airport, and that year welcomed 32.9 million business and leisure passengers. Now rebounding after the events of 2020 and 2021, at Gatwick’s peak, it had over 46 million air travellers use its terminals and gates.

The Story of Málaga's Airport

Málaga Airport (AGP), located just 8 km from Málaga and 5 km from Torremolinos, is the fourth busiest airport in Spain with flights to over 60 countries worldwide. Since its opening back in 1919, it has continuously expanded and evolved to become the busiest airport in Andalusia. The airport boasts three terminals, which allows for smooth passenger flow and efficiency. As of 2022, AGP has linked up to over 100 cities in Europe, making it a key player in the tourism industry. It is notable that AGP's busiest international route is to London-Gatwick, demonstrating the airport's value in contributing to international business and regional tourism.


Answers to Common Questions Regarding Interruptions to Flight U26471 from London Gatwick Airport to Málaga Airport


Always check with the easyJet staff on the ground what the specific reason was for the U26471 delay. Next, you can submit your compensation claim with us totally risk-free.


My flight delay from London to Malaga with easyJet was 2 hours. Can I get any compensation?

Since flight U26471 didn’t incur the minimum 3-hour delay, in this case, you wouldn’t qualify for any compensation from easyJet.


How much money can I get when my U2 6471 flight is delayed arriving at Malaga Airport?

Remember that the minimum delay required on flight U26471 is 3 hours. Provided this is the case, the UE 261 Regulation says that easyJet must pay you 400€, assuming the reason for the delay qualifies.


How else should I expect to see my easyJet flight U2 6471 referenced?

Typically, this flight from London Gatwick Airport to Málaga Airport / Franz Josef Strauß Airport is referenced as U2 6471 or U26471. You can also see it as EZY6471 and EZY 6471.