Transavia Compensation - Flight Delays and Compensation
Whether you’ve had a delayed flight or canceled flight, if you want to make a Transavia claim – you’ve come to the right place to get the Transavia compensation you deserve. At AirHelp, we strive to take the burden off of air passengers whose flight experience has been disrupted and are consequently entitled to compensation.
Continue reading to learn how we can help you enforce your flight rights.
Transavia Refund VS Transavia Compensation
Try as they might to ensure every flight experience of their passengers is void of issues – unfortunately, Transavia flight delays and cancellations happen.
If your EU flight never left the tarmac and you want a Transavia refund, did you know that according to EC legislation, the airline could be obligated to pay your money back and you could be entitled to Transavia compensation? The latter is to recognize the hardship you went through due to your travel plans being disrupted.
To clarify, the difference between a Transavia refund and Transavia compensation – a Transavia refund applies when you can no longer board the flight. Here EU law dictates you have the right to a refund of the total price of your flight. However with a Transavia compensation, as long as the airline is liable, you are also entitled to compensation.
This article focuses on how to get Transavia compensation, however, if you want to know more about when you are qualified for a Transavia refund, this helpful article breaks down when you are entitled to a flight refund from an airline.
When it comes to making a claim for compensation, AirHelp the silver lining of air travel that you should turn to. This is because we help you get the compensation you deserve from the airline if you have suffered a flight mishap and the airline is at fault.
Instead of the lengthy process of filling out a Transavia claim form – enter your flight details into our free flight delay compensation calculator and it will let you know if you are eligible to make a claim. The calculator is also a helpful resource for showing how much the airline owes you in both Transavia delay compensation or canceled flight compensation.
Transavia Delay Compensation
Under EU regulation, EC 261 – which protects the rights of air passengers – not all flight delays are eligible for compensation.
According to the legislation, passengers are entitled to Transavia delay compensation if their flight arrived at the final destination 3 hours after the scheduled estimated time of arrival.
There are plenty of other factors that also determine whether you are eligible for claiming cash compensation for a flight delay. For instance, certain perks offered by the airline, like a voucher, could waive your right to Transavia delay compensation. This is why it’s very important to be diligent and not sign any documents offered to you by an airline when there has been a flight issue without first reading the fine print.
If you want to avoid the hassle of working out if your Transavia delay qualifies for delay compensation – our easy-to-use compensation calculator will do all the grunt work for you. And if our compensation checker confirms that you are indeed eligible for compensation for your flight mishap – our team of trusted industry experts can help you with your claim at each step of the way, making your life a whole lot easier.
Transavia Cancelled Flight Compensation
Going through the ordeal of a Transavia cancelled flight?
Under EU regulation, if you are a Transavia passenger and your flight is canceled, plus:
- You were not informed of your flight’s cancellation.
- You were informed of the cancellation less than 14 days before departure.
- You weren’t offered a rerouting option.
You could be eligible to claim for your Transavia cancelled flight.
Generally speaking, when Transavia cancels flights, the airline will attempt to rebook passengers onto another flight at no additional charge. In fact, in most cases of canceled flights, Transavia will automatically try and rebook you onto another flight. You are entitled to request further changes if the alternative flight doesn’t work for you, or if you no longer wish to travel that route.
However, the situation is different if you need to cancel your flight. There is no compensation owed to you if it is your decision to cancel your flight. Tickets can usually be rebooked on Transavia’s website. You may be asked to pay a rebooking fee and a handling charge, depending on the type of ticket you purchased. If you rebook a ticket that turns out to be more expensive than your original flight, you’ll need to pay the difference. As a general rule, as long as there are still seats available, you can usually rebook your ticket in the same fare class or higher.
How is Transavia Compensation Calculated?
There is a popular misconception about Transavia compensation which is the amount of compensation you are owed depends on the price of your ticket. It isn’t. According to EC 261, which elaborates on air passenger rights, when one makes a Transavia claim, the amount of Transavia compensation you are owed when you’ve suffered a flight delay is based on the distance of your flight.
Our helpful chart breaks down what you are owed based on the distance of your flight. The currency is given in Euros because EC 261 is an EU legislation.
And remember, when in doubt of how much Transavia compensation you are owed, you can follow this link to our free compensation checker and find out in minutes how much you are entitled to for your Transavia flight disruption.
- €250 for flights delayed three hours or more, in which the total flight distance is less than 1,500 km
- €400 for flights delayed three hours or more, in which the total flight distance is between 1,500 km and 3,500 km (or more than 1,500 km within the EU).
- €300 for flights delayed between three and four hours
- €600 for flights delayed more than four hours, in which the total flight distance is more than 3,500 km (or between an EU and non-EU airport).
If your flight is delayed five hours or more, by law, the airline has to give you:
- A full refund for the flight
- A full refund for other flights in that same reservation which you won’t be able to make
- A flight back to your original point of departure (the first airport you departed from)
- Food and drinks
- Access to phone calls and e-mail
- Accommodation if you're delayed overnight as well as transportation between the airport and the hotel
Why Should I Claim my Compensation with AirHelp?
“Each year almost nine million passengers are entitled to compensation for delayed and canceled flights, as well as denied boarding. Yet, 87% of travelers do not know their rights.
Only 66% of these people will file for the compensation that they are legally owed.
68% of travelers feel that they are not informed by airlines following a flight disruption, so AirHelp is the perfect solution for frustrated, time-is-of-the-essence passengers facing delays which are out of their control. AirHelp offers travelers a hassle-free experience for gaining the compensation that is rightfully theirs.”
I’m very happy of all your help and services! Very professional, easy and fast.
I would fully recommend using AirHelp to anyone who has experienced a cancelled flight. The communication was easy and the money that we were compensated with is now in my account. This is all after the airline refused any sort of compensation or real apology. Excellent work, folks.
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