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Claim Compensation or a Refund For an U28200 Flight Delay or Cancellation

If you arrive at the Malpensa International Airport and happen to see your flight U28200 status: Delayed or Cancelled, don’t get upset - we are here to help. Learn your passenger rights below in case your flight U28200 heading to London was disrupted.
easyJet - U28200 (EZY8200)
250 €
Malpensa International Airport (MXP)
London Gatwick Airport (LGW)
United Kingdom
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Last Updated: June 21, 2023

U28200 Delay: Compensation Entitlement

On occasions when your flight from MXP (Malpensa International Airport) to London Gatwick Airport (LGW) is unexpectedly delayed, easyJet is legally bound to offer compensation, depending on flight U28200’s exact circumstances. This requirement is guided by the EU 261/2004 Regulation.

Flight delay compensation rights for flight U2 8200 can be a tricky thing to navigate alone when you arrive at London Gatwick Airport - Franz Josef Strauß. File a compensation claim for a delayed flight against easyJet through AirAdvisor for your best chance at an U2 8200 reimbursement. And if you’re not sure whether your U28200 flight from Milano’s MXP Airport to London Airport qualifies, consult our easyJet U28200 flight checker.


U2 8200 Cancellation: Do you Qualify for Compensation?

Not many travellers would choose to be stranded at Malpensa International Airport. If this happens because your U2 8200 flight was cancelled, it’s possible to qualify for compensation from easyJet in the amount of 250€. This money is meant to ease the burden of the U28200 cancellation. 

Airlines, including easyJet, don’t typically make it easy to claim this payout for flight U2 8200. Increase your odds of a positive result for your MXP Airport to LGW Airport cancellation claim by partnering with AirAdvisor.

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Flight U28200 Cancelled by easyJet: Passengers’ Refund Rights

When you can’t travel from Milano Airport to London (LGW) International Airport because your easyJet flight was cancelled, the airline is required to issue an U2 8200 refund. Certain conditions apply, and AirAdvisor has lots of information regarding how to claim an easyJet flight refund. You might even qualify for reimbursement for supplementary costs, like a Malpensa International Airport hotel room that’s needed due to the U28200 cancellation.


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Exploring EasyJet

easyJet is a British low-cost airline that has been serving its passengers since 1995. The airline, headquartered at London Luton Airport, operates services on 927 routes across more than 34 countries. Its parent company, EasyGroup, manages a fleet size of 326 planes and employs about 13,000 people. With 29 bases across Europe, easyJet is the second-largest budget airline in Europe. Their affordable fares and exceptional customer service make them a popular choice among travelers.

Milan Malpensa Airport - A Quick Introduction

Milan Malpensa Airport, with its IATA code MXP, is the largest international airport in northern Italy. Opened in 1909, it is located 49 kilometers (30 mi) northwest of the city of Milan. In 2022, it handled 21.3 million passengers, making it the 23rd busiest airport in Europe in terms of passengers. This airport is the 2nd busiest in Italy in relation to the number of passengers after Rome Fiumicino Airport. Milan Malpensa Airport is also the busiest airport in Italy for freight and cargo, handling over 721,254 tons of international freight annually (2022). It is the 6th largest airport in Europe for the number of countries served with direct scheduled flights with a passenger flow of 42,2 million in 2022, making it the central hub for business and tourism in northern Italy.

Gatwick: A Quick Look

Currently serving as the second busiest UK airport, handling over 45 million passengers each year with more than 40 airlines from all around the world, Gatwick is a big draw. Convenient routes to almost 200 destinations, impressive services in two terminals, and less than 30 minutes by train from London’s centre all make this airport a worthwhile stop on anyone’s itinerary. Gatwick doesn’t just fly within Europe, either. Long-haul flights to Dubai, New York, and Cancun are all possible as well.


easyJet U2 8200 from Malpensa International Airport to London Airport Compensation: FAQs

How do I proceed when flight U28200 from Malpensa International Airport to London Gatwick Airport (LGW) has a delay?

When you enter the terminal in Minuch, ask the easyJet agents for the exact reason U2 8200 was delayed. Then, the best thing to do is submit your risk-free compensation claim AirAdvisor. It’s risk-free because if your U28200 claim isn’t successful against easyJet, we don’t charge a fee.

What type of compensation do I get if the easyJet flight U2 8200 arrived at London Gatwick Airport 2 hours late?

If your flight U28200 only arrives at London (LGW) Airport 2 hours late, unfortunately, no compensation from easyJet is legally required. On the off chance that your flight from Milano to London arrives 3 hours late or is cancelled altogether, you may be entitled to claim 250€ in compensation.

When my U28200 flight to London with easyJet is delayed, what compensation can I claim?

Based on the EC 261 Regulation, you may qualify for compensation of 250€ for the disruption to your London travel plans due to the U2 8200 delay.

What other ways is my easyJet air travel from Malpensa International Airport (MXP) to London Gatwick Airport referenced?

Expect to see this flight listed as U2 8200/U28200 or EZY 8200/EZY8200.


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