Aviation compensation could help make amends for a ruined holiday or lost business opportunity
Aviation compensation could be your lawful right if you are seriously delayed on-route to your final destination and the airline you've selected to travel on was responsible. A lot of people are still not aware of this fact and consequently miss out on the opportunity to request a sum of money for the annoyance they've suffered whilst waiting for airplanes to travel for work and holidays. Other people may think that it isn't worth the time and hassle to file flight compensation claims, despite the fact that they may be entitled to do this. All things considered, making a claim for compensation can be nerve-racking and the idea of dealing with the airline to assert your case can be extremely off putting. Nevertheless, there's a simpler method to get what you are legally entitled to. If you were severely delayed by your airline anytime over the last 6 years, talk to Flight Claim UK and we'll do the leg work on your behalf.
Your airline has a duty of care to you from the beginning to the end of your trip and if they've let you down in this respect in any way, then you certainly should think about claiming flight compensation to remind them of their obligations and hopefully prevent this sort of thing happening to others in future. Basically, you might be qualified to claim between EUR250 and EUR600 in flight delay compensation per booking, based on the duration of the flight and how severely you were delayed. This may not seem like a great deal of cash but imagine if you're travelling with your friends or family and the money soon adds up. We believe that when you have the right to file a claim, you ought to exercise your rights. A payment of money will not bring back the lost hours you suffered on your journey but it could definitely help.
Find out quickly if you could meet the requirements for delayed flight compensation today
There are a number of fundamental criteria that have to be met before you are able to consider making a claim for flight compensation. Firstly, you must have been travelling on a flight run by a European Union based airline, or a non-EU based airline travelling from a European Union airport. Secondly, you need to have a confirmed booking and you must have arrived in good time for the flight. Thirdly, your flight must have been delayed for 3 hours or more. It's not possible to claim compensation for late flights, however, if the airline can demonstrate that there were special conditions beyond its control. Included in these are scenarios such as exceptionally unfavourable weather conditions, industrial action, security threats or political instability. Yet, even in these scenarios, you're eligible for assistance at the time, for example, access to two free phone calls, refreshments or meals appropriate to the length of the delay and overnight accommodation and transport if relevant in your case.
You can, obviously, find out how to claim flight compensation yourself. However, it's possible the airline will resist accepting responsibility for the flight delay. It's usually better to seek the guidance of a skilled legal firm when filing a claim as they will possess the knowledge and expertise in order to present a robust case for you. Flight Claim UK is one such firm. We're a specialist organisation that aims to assist you to claim aviation compensation for late flights. We also can make a claim in scenarios where your flight has been cancelled or overbooked, causing interruption to your travel plans. Give us the details of your situation and with copies of your booking form, tickets and boarding passes, we'll be able to negotiate with the airline for you with the aim of claiming flight compensation for your time and hassle. Moreover, we'll work for you on a no win, no fee basis, to ensure that you don't lose out financially if your case is ultimately lost.
If you've found yourself in a scenario where maybe the beginning of your much longed-for holiday is postponed because you've missed a flight change or lost out on an essential business opportunity because your flight was delayed and it was not your fault, then you might be eligible to claim compensation under EU rules. Don't miss out on claiming what could be rightfully yours. Get in contact with Flight Claim UK for guidance on your own situation. You can contact us through the on-line form on our site or e-mail us at firstname.lastname@example.org. We'll promptly assess your case and let you know what you could be eligible to receive if your case is successful. Moreover, our no-win, no-fee guarantee and our professional and efficient services will enable you to get the aviation compensation you deserve, without risking additional financial losses.