How It Works
If your flight got cancelled or delayed for more than three hours, if you were denied boarding so you missed your connecting flight, there’s a good chance that you are entitled to compensation.
Airline forgot to tell you about changes in your flight? How convenient, don’t you think….? During years of helping our clients get their claims, we have learned ways to make airlines do what they’re obliged to do.
The European Flight Delay Compensation Regulation 261/2004 states that it is your right as a passenger to receive a financial compensation in amount of up to EUR600.
There are certain circumstances under which airline is not required to pay. These are so called “Extraordinary Circumstances”, such as political unrest, poor weather or strikes by air traffic control employees. These circumstances are very rare, but airlines would like you to believe they are common.
We have the skills, knowledge, experience and tools to verify if you are legally entitled to a compensation and help you get it.