Delayed Flight Claims
Have you been on a flight that was late by more than two hours?
Following recent European legislation and a court case, airlines must now compensate passengers for delayed flights. You can claim up to 600 Euros per passenger for delayed, cancelled and overbooked flights to or from Europe. Claims can be made for flights in the last six years. So what are delayed flight claims? By EU law airlines must pay passengers on late flights. Have you been on a late flight? If so then you may be able to claim. The longer the delay the more you get. The longer the distance the more you get. If the airline could have avoided the delay they must pay out. You can only claim on flights to or from Europe. The airline must be registered in Europe.
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- Kids qualify too!
How does it work?
Here is a simple example. A six hour delay on a flight from Heathrow to New York. The delay was caused by a staff shortage. A pilot was too ill to fly and there was no standby available. The airline is registered in Europe. Under the law, all passengers would be paid compensation by the airline. Call us on 0161 839 2949 to find out more about delayed flight claims. Our friendly UK people will help you start a claim.
Some more examples
€2400 (approx £2032) — Compensation for four passengers travelling from Manchester to Tel Aviv. Delayed by six hours.
€1200 (approx £1016) — Compensation for two passengers travelling from Heathrow to New York delayed by six hours.
€600 (approx £508) — Compensation for one passenger travelling solo from Gatwick to Sao Paulo delayed by six hours.
To find out more about the law which requires the compensation you can check out the Civil Aviation Authority’s website.
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