Get up to €600 in compensation for flight delay or cancellation
Traveling by plane can sometimes be stressful, especially when flights are cancelled or experience significant delays. However, European passengers can receive compensation up to €600 for damages suffered during these situations.
Under European passenger rights regulation, airlines are required to pay compensation to passengers affected by flight delays of more than 3 hours or by flight cancellations. This compensation depends on the delay time and the flight distance, but can reach €600 for the longest flights.
To be eligible for compensation, it is important to know the reasons for the flight delay or cancellation. Some situations, such as extreme weather conditions or safety incidents, are not covered by European regulation and do not entitle you to compensation.
It is also important to know that compensation claims must be made within a reasonable time after the flight, usually within two months after the travel date. Airlines may offer longer reimbursement deadlines, but this depends on the specific case.
Don’t miss out on your right to compensation in case of flight delay or cancellation. Use our service to determine if you are eligible for compensation and how to claim it effectively. We handle the entire process for you, from verifying your eligibility to drafting your claim, to help you receive the reimbursement you deserve.