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Suffering from the consequences of an unscheduled flight delay can cause passengers unnecessary stress and upset. Whether you are travelling for leisure or business reasons, solo or part of a group, you may be able to make claims against airlines to recompense you for the inconvenience. There is legislation in place to protect you from unnecessary airline delays. Under EU regulations, airlines are required to pay flight compensation if your flight is delayed by 3 hours or more or is cancelled if it's not delayed due to bad weather or strikes. However, some airline carriers are less willing to pay the compensation that they are legally obliged to. Therefore, it is important that you understand your airline delay rights, and what level of compensation you are entitled to and how to put a claim in motion.

We claim flight compensation from all airlines, both large and small. Some claim companies that provide a similar service to ours will only pursue airlines located within the UK, but we pursue all EU airline compensation claims that fulfil the set criteria, no matter where in Europe the parent company is located.

Over the years, we have developed bespoke in-house systems that allow us to provide a quick and efficient client service, which has resulted in several of the airline carriers deciding to work with us, rather than against us. This means that when it comes to following agreed airline compensation claim procedures and paying passengers what they are owed, we are able to expedite airline claims. However, claiming from airlines is not always a quick and easy process, and often the airline carriers create obstacles that need to be overcome. For these reasons, our team are well versed in the delaying tactics of the airlines and pursue the claims until your compensation is agreed and settled according to current legislation.

All you need to do is provide us with your basic flight documentation. You will not need to negotiate with the airline carriers, you will not need to complete the forms to be issued to the small claims court, you will not need to attend court hearings, and you do not have to make any monetary contribution to the proceedings. Your claim against the airline carrier for compensation is both risk-free and stress-free. We will represent you in your claim and get you the airline delay refund that you are due, without you having any more disruption to your life.

The list below features the main airlines that we commonly deal with on a regular basis. Click on the respective links to find out which of them (in our experience) are happy to work within the agreed legal procedures and timeframes, and which tend to be a little more resistant to complying with legislation. However, If the airline carrier that you are hoping to seek compensation from is not listed, don’t worry, the list is not exhaustive. We will help you obtain your rightful refund from any EU based airline carrier, no matter what it takes.

 

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