For protection of traveler rights, the European Union has established the EU Regulation 261/2004. The regulation specifies what airlines should do in order to ensure that a person receives all the attention and care in case of a delayed, cancelled, overbooked or downgraded flight and other similar cases.
If you have been in such a situation, this article will help you to figure out if you qualify to ask for compensation.
How Much Can I Claim in Compensation For my Delayed Flight?
The compensation for a flight delay range between
• €250 and €600 per passenger. How much you will be compensated depends on the distance of the journey, as follows€250 for flights shorter than 1500 km.
• €400 for flights between 1500 km and 3500 km. If your flight took off and arrived in the EU, this is the amount of compensation even for flights over 3500 km.
• 600 for distances over 3500 km. If the delay lasts between three and four hours, your reimbursement could be reduced in half in this case.
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