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Flight Delay Compensation


Recently I have been reading up about the EC Regulation 261/2004 as the subject is of real interest to me. It has come to my attention that the amount of flight delay compensation that is being authorised (due to the application of European legislation) is increasing drastically. The Regulation 261/2004 has been in place since February 2005, but the common knowledge of its uses has only become apparent over the last few years. The sheer scale of flight compensation claims made against airlines has really astounded me. The fact that authorities such as the Civil Aviation Authorities (CAA) and the National Enforcement Bodies (NEB) are dealing with a huge backlog of delayed flight compensation claims shows the quantity of claims that are now being put forward. It can sometimes take several months before a flight compensation claim is even looked at when seeking the advice of these authorities.

Passengers are entitled to claim compensation for flight delay dating back over the past six years.This makes me feel quite disappointed that I myself was never subject to a 3-hour flight delay over the past six years as I think that a potential 600-euro reimbursement would be a really great pick-me-up 6 years down the line. The compensation for delayed flights applies per passenger, which makes it even more beneficial if you were travelling as a family of six. A family of six all receiving the maximum flight delay compensation of 600 euros would mean a hefty payout of 3600 euros (approximately just under £3000).

The process to claim compensation for flight delays is not even remotely difficult. The establishment of companies such as Blueway Limited has made the flight delay compensation process clear and straightforward compared to in the past. It has essentially opened up the doors to passengers that wanted to make a claim, but simply couldn’t be bothered to go through the legal process or fill out all of the paperwork required. Blueway will complete all of the work on your behalf and in the event of a court hearing you will not need to be present. This is one of the major advantages of using companies such as Blueway to represent you. They have the experience, the knowledge, a legal team along with a team of IT and aviation specialists. All of which play a key part in giving you the best possible chance of success. All you simply need to do is log into Blueway’s user-friendly website, provide them with the relevant flight information (as much as you can remember), agree to their terms and conditions and you will be on your way to making the best business decision. This two minute process of logging into their website could entitle you to a large sum of money.

If you want to claim flight delay compensation I can’t recommend flight delay refund services enough. Blueway operate on a ‘win no fee’basis which means that there are no hidden costs involved. There really is nothing to lose by contacting these services.

Don’t delay contact Blueway today!

  • Had a flight delay in the last 6 years?

  • Just sit back and await for your bank account to be credited

  • Legal representation at court included

  • Claim up to Euros 600 per passenger

  • We will deal with all aspects of the claim on your behalf

  • No win/no fee service with no hidden costs

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