If your flight was delayed you are entitled for a compensation of up to 600€ and a refund.
The EU Rights rules on flight delays
If you booked a flight and you have a confirmed reservation on the flight that either departed from Europe or was with a European airline, you’re protected by the Denied Boarding Regulation if your flight is delayed.
If you’re more than three hours late arriving at your destination you could also be entitled to claim flight delay compensation.
When the delay is at least five hours and you decide not to travel on the delayed flight, the Airline must offer you: reimbursement of the full cost of your ticket, at the price at which it was bought, for the part or parts of the journey not made, and for the part or parts already made if the flight is no longer serving any purpose in relation to your original travel plan.
Do I have a right to compensation for Flight delay?
You are entitled to compensation amounting to:
- EUR 250 for all flights up to 1 500 kilometres;
- EUR 400 for all flights between 1 500 and 3 500 kilometres;
- EUR 600 for all flights of more than 3500 kilometres.
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