Hello and welcome to Air Passenger Blog, where you can find a legal procedure guide to help you deal with a flight delayed or cancelled, denied boarding or overbooking and, of course, to help you claim your flight compensation.

A flight disruption can be a very stressful situation. In this blog I will help you to make this episode less painful and point out solutions for you to solve your problem, namely through instructions so that you can claim financial compensation for your flight from the airline.

Did you know that you can get a flight compensation up to €600? Here at Air Passenger Blog I’m going to explain all the rules and teach you how you can discover if you are eligible to claim compensation from the airline.

Because if you had a flight disruption – for example if your flight arrived 3 or more hours late at his destination – it’s up to you to claim if you want to receive money from the airline in your bank account. If you don’t do anything they won’t do it either! That’s for sure! At best they will try to offer you vouchers as compensation, but did you know that if you accept them you will be missing out on the opportunity to claim your financial compensation? I will tell you everything you need to know about vouchers and which ones to accept, such as meal vouchers.

Even if you have not been the victim of a problem with a flight, you can acquire knowledge about air claims in case you ever have one flight disruption. The truth is that frequent travellers end up having a flight delayed or cancelled at some point in their life, so you better start reading our guides about flight delayed or cancelled or about what to do if you miss your flight connection and it’s not your fault.

Under the european regulation EC 261/2004 an air passenger is protected with Air Passenger Rights. You can read all about it here in our blog and be prepared for future situations.

Airlines often attribute extraordinary circumstances as a reason for their flight to be delayed or even to cancel it without having communicated it in advance. Here at Air Passenger Blog we will help you understand exactly what extraordinary circumstances are and how they can prevent you from claiming financial compensation for your flight.

And did you know that if you had a flight problem over the last 3 years (depending on the country) you can still get your flight compensation? These and many more rules can be found here on the Air Passenger Blog. From traveller to traveller!

I finish this welcome article as I started: a delayed or cancelled flight can lead to despair and be very stressful. That’s why the best advice I can give you is to accept the help of Aireclaim experts to claim financial compensation for your disrupted flight. Let us do all the work for you!

Stay around! We’ll keep in touch!


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Did you also know that you can make a compensation claim for delayed, canceled or overbooked flights up to 3 years ago? Aireclaim is here to help you check if your flight is eligible — it’s quick, easy and completely risk-free!

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