The European Court of Justice has ruled that if a flight is cancelled or delayed by at least 3 hours due to strike by airline employees, you can be entitled to EUR 250/400/600 in compensation.
Are you involved? If your flight was cancelled due to strike during the past 3 years, you can claim compensation!
Under EC Regulation 261/2004 airlines have to pay EUR 250/400/600 in compensation if a flight was cancelled or delayed by 3 hours or more due to airlines’ fault. The Regulation applies to delays and cancellations caused by airline employees. The amount of compensation depends on the distance of the flight.
Flight Refund has been fighting for passenger rights since 2012 because these are very important for us.
If the airline has no control over the strike, you are not eligible for compensation. For example:
These people are not under the control of the airline, so the strike is not the airline’s fault. In this case the airline does not have to pay compensation.
Did you have a cancelled or delayed flight due to strike? If you do not know why your flight was cancelled, register your case on Flight Refund’s website. Check if you are entitled to EUR 250/400/600 in compensation.
If your flight was cancelled or delayed by 3 hours or more due to airline employees’ strike, you can be entitled to EUR 250/400/600 in compensation.
The amount of compensation is determined by the distance of the flight:
If your flight was cancelled or delayed by 3 hours or more due to airline employees’ strike, you can be entitled to compensation.
You can check on Flight Refund’s website how much compensation you may be entitled to.
If your flight is delayed or cancelled, the airline must provide you:
If your flight is cancelled or delayed for more than 5 hours, you are entitled to a full refund of your ticket or a replacement flight.
If you are offered an alternative flight and placed in a lower class than the one you booked, you can get a reimbursement of the difference of the ticket prices.
For further information, please visit our website https://flightrefund.com/downgrade/