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Know When You’re Eligible for Flight Compensation
You are entitled to compensation for flight delays of more than 3 hours, flight cancellations and denied boarding due to overbooking under EU Regulation 261/2004. No compensation if there were any exceptional circumstances involved and the airlines weren’t responsible for the delay or cancellation.
For delayed flights of more than 3 hours, you might be eligible for compensation up to 600€ under EU 261 Rule.
The rule says that the flight should have been delayed at the final destination to file the claim.
It should have either departed from an EU airport or arrived at an EU airport with an EU regulated airline.
If your flight was cancelled without notice of at least 14 days, you may be eligible for compensation under EU Law.
It’s a little complicated, as the compensation amount may get reduced up to 50% based on certain factors.
However, we can help you on understanding your rights on cancelled flights and get back the money airlines owe you.
You are also eligible for compensation, if you were denied boarding due to overbooking.
Overbooked is a situation in which you bought a flight ticket, but are then told that there are no vacant seats.
Overbooking, in the aviation industry, is an oversold flight in the sense that there is not a seat for every sold ticket.
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