Was Your Flight Delayed Or Cancelled?

Claim Compensation Up To £540/€600 Per Passenger

Flights up to 6 years ago Flights cancelled/delayed/re-routed Flights with any UK/EU airline

Experienced A Flight Disruption?

Claim Compensation Up To £540/€600 Per Passenger

Flights up to 6 years ago
Delayed/cancelled/re-routed
Flights with any UK/EU airline

How It Works

How It Works

Give Us Your Flight Details

We verify if you have a valid claim and how much you could get

Claim Processing

Our flight delay experts fight your claim on a strictly no win no fee basis

Get Compensation

You get paid the compensation you are owed + any additional expenses.

Make Your Claim In 2mins

Make Your Claim In 2mins

The criteria for valid claims is that your flight was delayed by at least 3hrs any time within the last 6 years. You would also need to have either: departed from an EU/UK airport (on any airline) – or – departed from a non-EU/UK airport with the destination being an EU/UK airport (on an EU/UK airline).  Providing these criteria are met you can make a claim!

Reasons To Claim

Reasons To Claim

Flight Was Delayed

The scheduled flight was delayed by 3 hours or more

Flight Was Cancelled

The airline cancelled or re-booked your flight, delaying you by 3 hours or more

Denied Boarding

You were denied boarding the airline, resulting in your journey being missed

Missed Connection Flight

A disruption to your journey resulted in you missing one of your connecting flights

FAQs

FAQs

If you have experienced a flight delay of 3 hours or more, been denied boarding or had your flight cancelled or rerouted, then you may be eligible to claim compensation. This is mandated under the European Regulation EU261/2004.

You can claim up to €600/£540 depending on the type of disruption you have experienced. This will depend on the amount of time the plane was delayed (in hours) and the distance between the departure and arrival airport. To have a better understanding, we’ve provided an estimate of how much you can get as per your situation:

●     Flights that are delayed for over 3 hours and have a distance of up to 1,500km – passengers can claim up to €250.

●     Flights that are delayed for over 3 hours and have a distance of 1,501km to 3,500km – passengers can claim up to €400.

●     Non EU Flights that are delayed for over 3 hours and have a distance of over 3,500km – passengers can claim up to €300.

●     Flights that are delayed for over 4 hours and have a distance of over 3,500km – passengers can claim up to €600

Use our free flight claim checker to find out whether your case is eligible. Provide your flight details and we will be able to confirm if you can expect to win a compensation claim. There is absolutely no obligation to proceed, but if you do decide to claim we will fight your case on a 100% no win no fee basis.

Yes, you can. The time frame given by law is six years. This means that if you’ve had any historical flight disruptions longer than 3 hours within the last six years, you can still file a claim. Anything outside of six years will be considered ineligible for a claim.

Aside from delays, you may also file a claim if you were denied boarding a flight that was overbooked. In these cases, you can file a claim and receive compensation of up to €600.

You can also claim compensation if you missed a connecting flight because of a delay with the first flight.

Lastly, you can also claim compensation if your flight was cancelled. Regardless of airline and destination, you could get up to €600.

Yes, you may if the flight was delayed for 3 hours or more due to the diversion unless the cause was because of an extraordinary circumstance. Such events include storms and other natural disasters that may harm the passengers or a medical emergency. If the event is out of the control of the airline company, you cannot claim compensation.

If you were put on a replacement flight and were delayed by 3 hours or more of the original booking time, then you can make a claim. You will be making a claim against the original airline that you booked with.

If the delay was 3 hours or more, then you are eligible to file for a claim. These cannot be considered as extraordinary circumstances or fortuitous events because they could have been prevented by the airline company.

Bad weather isn’t always considered a fortuitous event because most airlines have alternate routes. It is only considered one if the bad weather occurred abruptly, such as a flash storm resulting in the airport being closed  or the Air Traffic Control deciding to delay flights by limiting them.

In these situations you won’t be able to make a claim due to the weather. However, always put down as much detail as possible when making a claim so the full situation can be properly assessed.

Yes, we just need the date and time of the flight, the name of the airline and the departure and arrival airports. With this information we will be able to determine the flight number.

The time period will depend on the cooperation and responsiveness of the airline and whether the case needs to be taken to court. As per our record, claims can sometimes be paid within a matter of days.

Airlines will often reject passenger compensation claims, or attempt to settle claims with non cash alternatives, such as travel vouchers. We are specialists in making successful flight delay claims having already processed millions of passenger claims, so you are in safe hands with us.

Specialists in winning your compensation!

Specialists in winning you compensation

Airline companies are notorious for making it difficult to claim back the compensation you are owed for disrupted flights. It’s well known that passengers trying claim compensation by themselves are more likely to have their claim rejected.

Our specialists operate on a strictly no win no fee basis. Meaning you can make a claim with absolutely nothing to lose.

Airline companies are notorious for making it difficult to claim back the compensation you are owed for disrupted flights. It’s well known that passengers trying claim compensation by themselves are more likely to have their claim rejected.

Our specialists operate on a strictly no win no fee basis, meaning you can make a claim with absolutely nothing to lose.

Over £10 Million Has Been Claimed