In the event that you are forced to wait for your flight for more than three hours you become eligible for flight delay compensation. Airlines are required to inform its customers about their rights as air passengers, but that doesn’t mean there won’t be challenges along the way while trying to collect the compensation that you’re due.
When considering going after compensation, be aware that airlines might slow things down and go the evasive route. TravelRefund’s mission is to help smooth your path to compensation.
In order for you to be an eligible passenger, your flight needs to either take off or land in the EU. The airline also has to be based in the EU. As for the compensation payouts, they range from €250-600, but that will depend on the length of your journey and for how long you were delayed, rather than how much the ticket cost.
Creating a system of accessible compensation for a flight delay or cancellation was the purpose of European Regulation EC 261/04, and it continues to keep airlines honest.
As soon as your claim is filed with us, we will contact the airline on your behalf, and make the compensation claim. We promise to always treat your compensation case with “no cure, no pay” in mind. We you do not receive compensation, you will not pay.
Easily file your compensation claim by simply filling out our online form and we will review the case, free of charge. From there, we will handle every aspect of communication.
Our team understands and anticipates the excuses that airlines lean on when faced with a flight delay compensation claim. But they are expected to pay up if the airline was responsible for the delay, and our legal experts will fight so that your claim proves to be beneficial.