Under EU’s EC261 regulation, air passengers who have suffered flight delays can be entitled up to €600.
The volume of air traffic nowadays whilst airlines try to obtain as much profit as possible means it is unlikely that everything goes smoothly all the time.
The European Union introduced a regulation in 2004 called EC261 which provides common rules for compensation.
All air passengers that suffer flight delays must be financially compensated if their flight is cancelled, overbooked, downgraded or delayed by more than three hours, unless the delay was caused by extraordinary circumstances beyond the airline’s control.
Customer care while you wait should include refreshments, food, accommodation if rebooked to the next day, transport to your accommodation and access to telephone calls.
It applies to flights arriving and departing from the EU, Iceland, Norway or Switzerland.
Compensation ranges from €250 to €600 per passenger and varies according to the distance and length of delay to your final destination.
We will take the hassle put of your case and recover the flight delays compensation you are entitled to on a no win no fee basis meaning if there is no valid claim, there will be no charge – you have nothing to lose! Contact us now!