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90% Air Travellers Are Unaware Of Their Passenger Rights
air travellers are unaware of or do not utilize their air passenger rights. We are here to help. we'll assist you in getting the compensation you deserve for your delayed or cancelled flight.
Delayed Flight Compensation
What are my rights for €600 ($700) compensation if my flight is delayed? Anyone can experience flight delays. Approximately 9 million passengers each year...
Denied Boarding Compensation
What are the rights of passengers who are denied boarding? What does it mean to be denied boarding? It's a situation where a passenger isn't permitted to...
Cancelled Flight Compensation
When may I claim €600 ($700) compensation for a cancelled flight? if you meet the following criteria, according to EU travel compensation legislation, then you are entitled...
Missed Connection Compensation
What are the rights of passengers in the event of a missed connection? A missed connection occurs when a traveler misses one or more flights. you can claim €600 ($700)...
IN THE EUROPE
If you're flying to or from an airport in the EU, you have the best air passenger rights in the world. Your air travel rights are protected by EU rule EC 261 which mandates airlines to pay passengers in the event of a flight delay or other inconvenience.
So, if your flight is cancelled on short notice by the airline, delayed by 3 hours or more, or you are denied boarding without your fault, you can claim up to €600 in compensation.
IN THE USA
The United States has rules in place to safeguard passengers from overbooking on flights. If you are denied boarding due to overbooking (not enough available seats), you may be entitled to up to $1,350 in compensation.
Regulations in the United States safeguard passengers in the event of tarmac delays and luggage issues.
REST OF THE WORLD
The Montreal Convention has been signed by more than 130 countries. It establishes the fundamental passenger rights of international aviation travellers.
The Montreal Convention mandates airlines to reimburse passengers for travel expenses incurred as a result of flight disruptions. This covers flights that are delayed or cancelled, as well as checked-in luggage that is delayed or misplaced.