When your flight is delayed, it causes you a lot of stress and frustration. There are seemingly endless waiting times at the airport. A flight delay robs you of valuable vacation hours. The long-awaited vacation becomes a distant memory. But missed professional meetings also cost money and nerves. In many cases, however, EU regulations entitle you to financial compensation of up to €600 per person. It doesn't matter whether you are traveling as an all-inclusive, individual or business trip. Check your entitlement to compensation now!
By purchasing an airline ticket, you have entered into a contract with the corresponding airline. The terms of the contract must be fulfilled, and the airline must take you to the desired destination. Whether it's a flight delay, flight time change or flight cancellation, if you don't get to your destination as planned, the airline must compensate you. From a flight delay of 3 hours, you are entitled to compensation of up to €600 per person plus care services from the airline.
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Since 2014, your rights as an air passenger have been protected by the EU Passenger Rights Regulation 261/2014. In the event of a flight delay, you are entitled to financial compensation of up to €600 per person under certain conditions. In Germany alone, legitimate claims worth €700 million go unasserted every year. With us, you take no risk. Simply fill out the form on our website and our travel law experts will take over your case.
If your flight is delayed for more than 3 hours, you are usually entitled to compensation under the EU Passenger Rights Regulation. You are entitled to compensation if the following conditions are met:
You have a right to receive care services already from 2 hours of delay. You must be provided with free drinks and food. You should also be able to make 2 calls and send emails. If your flight is postponed to the next day, the airline must pay for the hotel and transfer costs until the replacement flight.
If your flight is delayed by more than 3 hours, you can claim compensation from the airline. Below we explain how to act correctly in case of a flight delay.
Find out from the airline why the flight is delayed and ask for written confirmation. Keep the evidence.
In case of delays of less than 3 hours, unfortunately, you cannot claim compensation. In addition, you are not entitled to compensation if the flight departed from outside the EU and the airline has its headquarters outside the EU.
There are some situations in which your claim cannot be enforced despite all the given conditions. If an extraordinary circumstance exists, the airline does not have to compensate you. This includes all unforeseeable situations that do not occur in the daily operations of an airline and are beyond the airline's control. These events are to be distinguished from normal delays and operational procedures for transporting passengers. These extraordinary circumstances include:
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If there is a flight delay of more than 3 hours, you are entitled to compensation from the airline. Depending on the distance traveled, this can be up to €600 per person.
Your rights have been protected by EU flight regulation 261/2014 since 2004. Depending on the flight distance traveled, you are entitled to compensation of up to €600 per person. In case of a delay of several hours, the airline should provide you with free food and drinks. You also have the right to have 2 free phone calls and to send emails. In case of an overnight delay, the airline must pay for the cost of an overnight stay.
We know from experience that airlines often ignore customer complaints or simply reject justified claims. With us, you have a competent partner at your side. Simply fill out the form on our website in just a few minutes and our travel law experts will immediately take over your case.
Exceptional circumstances play a major role in the enforcement of your claim. The existence of extraordinary circumstances exempts the airline from paying compensation.
A trip is called a package tour if at least 2 travel services are booked together - e.g. airline tickets and accommodation in a hotel. You can also be entitled to compensation of up to €600 per person for a package tour.