Flight delay compensation goes unclaimed for almost two thirds of passengers – are you missing out?
Less than a third of the money owed in flight delay compensation is actually being claimed. Meaning only 30% of passengers affected by flight delays have made a claim for compensation.
A third of those surveyed didn’t know you could claim compensation and the same amount think they’ll get a maximum of £150. See our all you need to know information.
Overall, consumers believe they will receive an average of £176 in compensation. However the 70% of travellers who do not claim could together be forfeiting as much as £112 million in compensation, or up to £460 each.
If your travel plans and holiday have been affected and the airline was at fault, you can and should ask for the flight compensation you’re entitled to.
The CAA said it received 8,966 complaints in 12 months to end of March – these are for claims initially rejected by the airlines, and 87% of these were successful.
We can take the hassle out of claiming for you and once you provide the flight details we can do the work for you and recover your compensation on a NO win No fee basis. Contact us today.