If your Allegiant flight is cancelled, you may be entitled to compensation under EU law. Denied Boarding Regulations (EU) 261/2004 state that passengers on cancelled flights are entitled to a full refund, or a re-routing to their destination if possible. If you are not able to take the alternative flight, you are also entitled to a refund for that flight. In addition, the Denied Boarding Regulations state that passengers are entitled to care and assistance from the airline while they are waiting for a re-routing. This includes food, drinks, accommodation and transportation to and from the airport.
If you are entitled to compensation, you can claim it from the airline either in cash or by using a voucher. The voucher can be used for a future flight with Allegiant or any other airline. If you choose to receive a voucher, make sure to check the terms and conditions to see if there are any restrictions on when and how you can use it.
If you are not satisfied with the compensation offer from Allegiant, you can file a complaint with the U.S. Department of Transportation.
Other related questions:
Q: Do I get reimbursed if my flight is Cancelled?
A: Unfortunately, if your flight is cancelled, you will not be reimbursed.
Q: How long can a flight be delayed before compensation Allegiant?
A: There is no definitive answer to this question as it can vary depending on the airline, the length and severity of the delay, and other factors. However, in general, if a flight is delayed for more than two hours, the airline may be required to provide compensation to passengers under EU law.
Q: What is Paynuver Allegiant?
A: Paynuver is a smartphone app that allows you to book and manage your Allegiant travel all in one place. With Paynuver, you can view your upcoming travel itinerary, check-in for your flight, view your boarding pass, and more.
Q: Why does Allegiant cancel so many flights?
A: There can be a variety of reasons why Allegiant cancels flights. Some of the most common reasons include bad weather, equipment problems, and staffing issues.