Things You Need to Know About Rerouted Flights Compensation
Each and every year there are thousands of flights that are re-routed. These issues can cause serious disruption to travel plans and arrangements for affected passengers. If a flight in or out of Europe is rerouted due to issues at an airline that were not caused by extraordinary circumstances then affected passengers may be eligible to claim u to €6oo in compensation
When a flight is re-routed it will usually result in delays for the passengers as their new arrival arrival airport is likely to be much further away from their original and scheduled destination. If this causes delays of 3 hours or more to a passenger then they are eligible yo seek compensation under EU Regulations.
EU Regulation requires airlines to ensure that their passengers are compensated if they experience delays of 3 hours or more which are not caused by extraordinary circumstances. Airlines should make passengers aware of these rights but in lots instances that does not happen.
In order for you to make and successfully receive compensation as a result of delays caused by a rerouted flight you must have been travelling to or from a European destination. You must prove that the airline could have prevented and avoided the delay, and it was not caused by “extraordinary circumstances”. In addition to this your flight must have been within the last 6 years. Once you have this information to handle you are legally entitled to make a claim. Doing so however is not always easy due to the challenges you will face from the airlines who in most cases will not want to issue compensation.
This is where we can help. Our service is designed to fight all arguments your airline may put forward on valid claims and we can even challenge them in the courts as part of our no win no fee service.
How Much Can I Expect For Rerouted Flights Compensation?
The amount of compensation that you will get will depend on two things:
- The length of the delay
- The distance of the flight
Here’s a quick estimate on how much you can get for your re-routed flights compensation:
- Around €125 on cancelled flights of at least 2 hours delay that’s 1,500 kilometres or less
- Around €250 on cancelled flights of more than 2 hours delay, that’s more than 1,500 kilometres
- Around €200 on cancelled flights of at least 3 hours delay, that’s 1,500 – 3,500 kilometres
- Around €300 on cancelled flights of more than 3 hours delay that’s 1,500 – 3,500 kilometres
- Around €400 on cancelled flights of up to 4 hours delay, that’s more than 3,500 kilometres
- Around €600 on cancelled flights of more than 4 hours delay, that’s more than 3,500 kilometres
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