If your flight was delayed, cancelled, re-routed or even if you were denied boarding you may be entitled to get compensation of up to €600 (of £510) per passenger under new EU law.
Each year millions of passengers suffer delays and cancellations. Under this EU law you can now get compensation. It’s quick and easy and you can get compensation back as far as 6 years
Did your flight:
- Get delayed for more than 3 hours
- Depart from an EU airport, regardless of the airline OR arrives at an EU airport but departed from a non-EU airport, providing the airline you flew with are based in the EU
- Depart within the last 6 years
If you answered yes to the above then you can get compensation. Simply complete the form
and our specialist team will get you the compensation you are owed.
How much compensation can you get?
If you arrived at your final destination 3 or more hours later than scheduled the European Court of Justice ruled that the amount of compensation due depends on the distance of the flight:
- £ 210 for all flights of 1,500 kilometres or less;
- £ 333 for any flights within the European Union of more than 1,500 kilometres and for any other flights between 1,500 and 3,500 kilometres;
- £ 510 for any flights over 3,500 kilometres.
Claiming compensation from an airline can be a difficult and lengthy process. Our legal team of experts is experienced in dealing with airlines and enforcement authorities; we have access to all relevant flight information and are here to help you get the compensation you deserve!
We act entirely on your behalf, ensuring your claim is handled in a professional and proficient manner.
You can also get compensation for:
If your arrival at your final destination was delayed more than 3 hours you could be entitled to compensation of up to £510 per passenger.
If you had a valid booking or reservation and your flight was cancelled you could be entitled to compensation of up to £510 per passenger.
If your flight was re-routed and you reached your final destination with a different flight number, or you reached your final destination by flying on a different route than originally planned, you could be entitled to compensation of up to £510 per passenger.
If you arrived at the check-in desk at the correct time and were told you would not be allowed to fly you could be entitled to compensation. The amount of compensation you receive is determined by a combination of flight distance and delay.
You can get compensation from (and many more):
- Aer Lingus
- Air Portugal
- Air France
- Air Berlin
- American Airlines
- Brussels Airlines
- British Airways
- Delta Airlines
- Jet Air
- Malaysia Airlines
- Malev Hungarian Airlines
- Monarch Airlines
- Royal Air Maroc
- Surinam Airways
- Swiss Air
- Thomas Cook Airlines
- US Airways
- Wizz Air