Here is the information we have about the Ryanair situation at the time of publishing (11am 19 September 2017).
If you are booked on a Ryanair flight in the next six weeks, Ryanair will email or text you if your flight is cancelled.
If your flight is cancelled, Ryanair will give you a choice between (A) applying for a full refund and (B) changing to an alternative Ryanair flight at no additional charge (subject to seat availability).
If you are abroad when your flight is cancelled and you accept a replacement flight instead of a refund, Ryanair must provide appropriate meals and refreshments until departure. If an overnight stay is required, Ryanair must provide hotel accommodation for the necessary number of nights.
You may be entitled to compensation if you are given fewer than 14 days’ notice of a cancelled flight. You may also be entitled to compensation if you land three hours later than scheduled. Compensation ranges from €250 to €600 depending on the flight distance and delay.
For more information about Ryanair flight cancellations please check www.ryanair.com.
Please click here to read the EU’s denied-boarding and delayed flight compensation system.
Staysure is able to amend travel insurance policy dates and destinations for our customers affected by flight changes outside their control.