Flight Delay Claims – EU Regulation 261/2004
European law allows you to make a claim for financial compensation if your flight has been delayed, cancelled or, if you are denied boarding.
Such claims arise from EU Regulation 261/2004 which states that for any passengers leaving on a flight from an EU county or arriving into the EU using an EU airline, if that flight is delayed for more than 3 hours or if the flight is cancelled or you are denied boarding, then you are entitled to receive financial compensation.
Compensation can range from €250 up to €600 per passenger, per flight.
Therefore, if your flight has been delayed or cancelled or, if you have been denied boarding within the last 6 years, then we can help you get the compensation that you are due.
We work on the basis of a no win no fee agreement and our fees will never exceed 25% of what you recover in compensation.
We will assess your flight delay claims at the outset and advise you as to whether you are entitled to compensation and once you have completed all the necessary paperwork (there isn’t much), we shall pursue the airline for your compensation.
If in the rare event that court proceedings are required due to the airline not responding or denying your claim, then we shall pass your claim onto our panel of solicitors who will not charge any extra fees and they will deal with your claim through the courts ensuring that you receive the compensation that you are due.
If you wish to proceed with your claim, the first step is complete your details in the form below and we shall come back to you once we have checked details of your flight and advise you of the next steps.