Do you want to be part of the 2% of travellers who actually get the compensation the airlines owe them for a delayed flight?
It’s very simple to do this. You just have to know your rights, because you are protected by European regulations.
If you experience a flight delay of more than three hours, or an outright cancellation, your airline is legally obliged to compensate you if the following conditions are met:
The compensation provided by the airlines is fixed:
The amount is determined by the distance traveled by your aircraft, and not related to the ticket price.
So if you’re travelling on a delayed flight from Paris to Bangkok, it’s not relevant whether you bought it for €400 or €50. In both cases, you will be entitled to €600 compensation.
In addition, the airline is obliged to provide you with the following services when you are delayed or cancelled:
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