Flight Delay Compensation 101: Get Your Money Back
There’s a lot of buzz right now about getting compensation for delayed flights.
And, why shouldn’t you? We estimate that airlines owe passengers billions in backlogged claims from the past three years.
But the worst thing?
Right now, even though 8 million people around the world are eligible for compensation, less than 2% will ever get the money they’re entitled to.
Sometimes, not even experienced air travelers know their rights. That’s where we step in.
Why You Should Claim Flight Compensation Today
Here’s the deal:
At AirHelp, we like to think of ourselves as ‘Justice as a Service’.
It baffled us that every year, millions of people just like you could be entitled to compensation, but aren’t able to assert it.
So we asked ourselves ‘how can we help people to legally assert what is theirs without the hassle?’
Our service is completely free to use, and we’ll even take the airline to court, if necessary.
When’s the best time to claim?
We can tell instantly if you’re eligible for compensation thanks to our massive database of every flight in the world.
Before You Start Your Claim, Here Are Some Helpful Articles
Who are the best and worst airlines for flight change fees? This might make you think twice about future bookings.
Sometimes flights aren’t delayed, but they are overbooked. This is unfair and you deserve compensation.
The truth is ugly sometimes. But it’s best to be in the know.
So who can you trust? We built the AirHelp score to identify the world’s best airlines.
There are huge savings to be made if you know the right time to book. Here’s the latest advice.
To get a good idea of how complicated it can be to make a claim without Airhelp:
For you long-haulers out there:
And there’s plenty more to come.
So make sure you use the AirHelp Inbox Scanner to see if you could be eligible for compensation today.
Remember, our service applies to any flight you’ve taken in the past three years.
Flight delays happen, but that doesn’t mean you have to accept them. You may be entitled to as much as $680 in compensation if your flight was delayed, canceled or overbooked within the last three years.