How to Claim Compensation for a Delayed Flight   Ever wondered if you're eligible to claim compensation for a delayed flight?  Whoever you are and whatever your circumstances, a delayed or cancelled flight can be far more than just an inconvenience.
Have you had a flight delayed or cancelled in the past 6 years?  Have you been denied boarding a scheduled flight for reasons beyond your control? 
If you answered yes to either of these questions, then there’s a good chance you are entitled to claim compensation.
Under European law, EU Regulation 261/2004, you have the right to claim compensation.  Each passenger is entitled to up to €600 in compensation if a scheduled flight arrives at its destination more than three hours late.
If you have your booking number, you can check instantly to see if you are eligible for compensation.
And you can claim up to €600 per passenger with Delayed Again.
Airlines do not have to pay compensation if the delay is caused by ‘force majeure’, or extraordinary circumstances.   Extraordinary circumstances include factors that are out of the airline’s control such as bad weather, natural disasters, crew strikes or terror threats.
However, airlines regularly reject valid claims by erroneously citing ‘force majeure’. 
So, it is vitally important that  your chosen representative is familiar with all the tricks airlines employ to get out of paying the compensation to which you are legally entitled.
Check your eligibility now with Delayed Again's quick and easy claims process.  Just click on the link below to check your status.  Claim compensation for a delayed flight now.