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Delayed or lost luggage Compensation: What To Do?

Delayed or lost luggage Compensation The rights of air passengers in the event of baggage delay, lost and damaged luggage are governed by the Montreal Convention. Under the Convention, passengers whose luggage is delayed, damaged, or does not arrive at all are entitled to compensation. The amount of this compensation is around 1,385 euros maximum

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Air passenger rights in the event of denied boarding

Denied boarding compensation It is a situation that air travelers never want to get into. You can’t take your flight because the airline won’t take you. This means that a long-awaited vacation or an important business meeting can quickly fall through without the passenger being able to do anything about it. However, you can make

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Ticket refund – We enforce your refund

We enforce your refund – This is how it works 1. Enter your flight details Check your refund claim in a few minutes and free of charge. Simply enter your cancelled flight. 2. Commission us Our legal experts have been advocating for passenger rights for over 10 years. Our immense success has resulted in enforced

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Compensation for missed connecting flights

Compensation for missed connecting flights If passengers arrive at their destination over three hours late due to a missed connecting flight, you have the right to compensation as well as some additional benefits at the airport. Based on the EU Passenger Rights Regulation, you be due €250 to 600 € in compensation. Additionally, the Airline

EU Air Passenger Rights Regulation

The EU Air Passenger Rights Regulation

The EU Air Passenger Rights Regulation Since the EU 261 regulation was passed in 2004, passengers have been protected against severe flight disruption. The legislation confirms that long delays, cancellations, missed connections and flight re-bookings cause great inconvenience to the passenger, and as such affected passengers should be compensated. Use our online calculator to check

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Flight cancelled or delayed due to strike? Know your rights

Flight cancelled or delayed due to strike? Strikes are a common cause for flight disruption, whether this be the personnel of an airport or an airline. Unfortunately, as strikes are deemed by EU regulation to be beyond the airlines’ control, passengers are unable to make compensatory claims in these cases. Food and refreshments will be

Flights cancelled or delayed due to weather

Flights cancelled and/or delayed due to weather

Flights cancelled and/or delayed due to weather If passengers are unable to fly on time due to severe weather conditions, thick fog or an ash cloud, generally speaking, they are not entitled to compensation. This is because weather conditions are considered as an “extraordinary circumstance”, as referred to in Article 5 III of Regulation (EC)

Cancelled Flight Compensation

Did you have a flight cancellation? Get the compensation!

Cancelled Flight Compensation Whether you are someone who packs a week ahead of schedule or someone who stays up into the small hours to get it done at the last minute, the disappointment we feel when we find out our flight has been cancelled is the same. One of the most common questions our Flightright

Overbooked flight compensation

Was your flight overbooked and you were denied boarding?

Overbooked flight compensation If you are subjected to the inconvenience of an overbooking or denied boarding, the plus side is that you may be due between €250 and €600 in compensation as well as some additional services and benefits at the airport. If you meet the conditions as set out in the EU Passenger Rights

Compensation and flight delay rights

Air passenger rights: Compensation for flight delays

Compensation and flight delay rights If you’re unlucky enough to suffer a delayed flight, the good news is you may be due €250 up to €600 in compensation from the offending airline. In line with EU regulations, if the airline itself is responsible for the disruption, and you’ve been delayed for 3 or more hours,

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