Delayed flight compensation – What do I need to claim?
The basic information for any delayed flight compensation claim is to obtain the following:
- Name of airline company
- Number of passengers
- Flight number
- Departure Airport
- Arrival Airport
- Dates of flight
Once this information can be obtained the airline company can be notified of your right to make a delayed flight compensation claim.
Requirements to make a delayed flight compensation claims
Before you can make delayed flight claim you have to establish if you have a right to compensation.
What Passengers Need to Make a Delayed Flight Compensation Claim
The right to claim are set out below:
- Was the flight delayed by more than 3 hours?
- Was the delayed flight the plane companies fault?
- Was your delayed flight booked within the last 6 years?
- Does your delayed flight within the EU Rules
If you answer in the affirmative to each question, it is highly likely you have a delayed flight compensation claim.
Contact the flight delay Compensation Solicitors
We will help you every step of the way. Please contact us to make a claim now. We work on a No Win, No Fee, basis so you have nothing to worry about.