Claim compensation for your flight delay or cancellation
Up to $700 in compensation
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How it works
Are you eligible?
87% of air passengers don’t know their rights or when they are eligible for compensation. Don’t be one of them.
AirHelp helps you
AirHelp has one of the most reliable collections of flight data in the world, and it’s this data that we use when you check if you’re eligible for compensation.
Check your compensation
Simply submit your details and we’ll run a quick flight check to see if you are entitled to compensation - totally free.
Know Your Rights
87% of air travelers are unaware of the rights they have when they fly. AirHelp is here to change that. We’ll tell you if you’re entitled to compensation, and we’ll help you get it - no matter where in the world you’re traveling.
If you’re flying from or to a European airport you’re usually protected by some of the strongest air passenger rights anywhere in the world. A regulation known as EC 261 says that airlines must compensate their passengers if they disrupt their journey.
So if your flight is canceled at short notice, delayed by 3 hours or more, or you’re denied boarding through no fault of your own, you could receive up to $700 in compensation.Find out if your flight qualifies
The USA has clear laws about overbooking passengers on flights. If you’re denied boarding due to your flight being overbooked, you could be owed up to $1,350 in compensation.
Passengers in the US also benefit from clear regulations on tarmac delay and luggage issues, but in many other respects, US air passenger rights are unfortunately lacking.Find out more
Brazilian law makes clear that airlines are responsible for looking after their passengers whenever there’s a flight issue. Meaning they are required to provide you with any necessary food, drinks, and accommodation if your flight is delayed, canceled or overbooked.
If you’re not properly cared for, AirHelp can help you reclaim any costs where you’ve been left out of pocket, and ensure you receive fair compensation for unfair treatment.Start your claim
To date, over 130 nations have signed up to the Montreal Convention. This ensures basic passenger rights for air travelers flying between member nations - effectively most of the world.
The agreement says that passengers can claim money back from the airlines whenever they have been left out of pocket due to flight disruption. That includes delayed and canceled flights, as well as issues with checked-in luggage.Find out more
AirHelp Score 2019
AirHelp Score compares the major airlines and airports for definitive global rankings. We’ll help you find the best route for your journey, because air travel is about more than just the price of a ticket.
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