Easyjet extends voucher validity for trips disrupted by Covid-19 pandemic - here's what you need to know
Easyjet passengers who accepted vouchers for Covid-19 disrupted flights or holidays have now got until 31 January 2024 to use them, as the airline has extended their validity for a further six months. Below we've got all you need to know about the extension.
If your flight's been delayed or cancelled, see our Flight delays and cancellations guide for full details on your compensation and refund rights.
You should also check the validity of any other travel vouchers issued during the pandemic. For example, British Airways has also extended its voucher validity for passengers affected by Covid-19 disrupted flights to September 2024.
All Easyjet vouchers issued during the pandemic have been extended
Flight cancelled? You're entitled to a refund or alternative flight
You're entitled to a full refund or alternative flight if your flight is cancelled. This applies regardless of how long before the flight you were told of the cancellation and regardless of what caused the cancellation.
If you end up stuck at the airport or abroad, you can also claim back other costs.
If your flight was cancelled within 14 days of departure or you were delayed for three hours or more and it's the airline's fault for the cancellation, you may also be due compensation on top.
See our Flight delay and cancellation compensation guide for further details on your rights, who is eligible for compensation and how to make a claim.