If you have experienced a flight delay recently and you’re curious to know how much compensation you could be entitled to then don’t hesitate to seek the help of professionals who are able to easily advise you and tell you exactly how much compensation you could Claim for a Flight Delay. Flight delays and cancellations (unfortunately for passengers) are not uncommon and are very unpredictable. Based on Delayed Flight Information UK according to Flight Statistics,through using a global cancellation and delay tracker it has been found that over the past 30 days, in just Europe alone there have been 84,516 delayed flights and 9,091 cancelled flights. In the past week, nearly 15,000 flights were delayed in Europe.
Airlines are supposed to provide a reliable service to passengers, whether it is a businessmen travelling to an important meeting, a family on their way to an overseas wedding or a student travelling home for a surprise birthday party – all of which could be ruined by a heavily delayed flight simply because the airline couldn’t stick to their schedule. One should be able to trust an airline to provide a basic duty of care and in the unfortunate event of a flight delay or cancellation one would expect to be given compensation with ease. However, airlines fail to give passengers compensation willingly. They make the Compensation Claims process extremely tough for passengers to Claim for Flights that have been delayed.
In order to satisfy the requirements to qualify for Compensation Claims the flight would have had to depart an airport within the European Union (regardless of the airline), or alternatively a European airline would have had to land in an airport within the European Union. So, a delayed London to Miami flight qualifies (regardless of the airline) but a delayed Miami to London flight would only qualify if operated by a European airline. Thomas Cook, Thomson, British Airways, Virgin and KLM would all qualify for compensation whereas Air India for example would not.
The amount of compensation that a passenger receives is always fixed, dependent on the length of the journey and the length of the delay itself. If the flight delay was 3 hours or more you could be entitled to anything between 250 and 600 euros.
You could be entitled to 250 euros if the flight length was anything up to 1500 km (e.g. London to Paris) with a delay of at least 3 hours. To receive 400 euros, the flight length would have had to be between 1500 km and 3500 km (between two EU member states) with a delay of at least 3 hours. To receive the maximum 600 euros, the flight length would have to be 3500km or more (between any EU and non-EU airport e.g. London to New York) with a flight delay of at least 4 hours. If the delay was anything less than 4 hours, but more than3 hours you would only receive 300 euros worth of compensation.
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