Airports

Arlanda Airport delayed or cancelled flight claims

Did you experience a flight delay or cancellation at Stockholm Arlanda Airport and you’re not sure if you can receive compensation or what your rights are? EU Regulation (EC) No 261/2004 protects air passenger rights of those who travel from the EU or to the EU when the carrier is an EU-based carrier and determines whether passengers are eligible for compensation in the event of a delayed, cancelled or overbooked flight. Arlanda Airport is a busy airport due to many departures and arrivals, which are the main reason for delays at this airport.

Many passengers think they have to file a claim for the flight delay or cancellation against the airport — not the airline. However, this is not true because it’s the airline that has to pay compensation for the flight disruption. Not all flight delays and cancellations are eligible for compensation because they depend on the reason for the flight disruption. The reason for a flight delay or cancellation might be due to an extraordinary circumstance. In this case, a passenger can’t receive compensation. Extraordinary circumstances are causes for flight delays that are not under the airline’s control. They include things, such as weather conditions, airport employee strikes, air traffic control strikes, air traffic control restrictions, political unrest, acts of terrorism, and so on. Fortunately, airline staff strikes are an exception and do not fall under extraordinary circumstances. Airline staff are pilots, cabin crew, airline engineers, and other employees working directly for the airline.

 

Can I claim delayed or cancelled flight compensation from Arlanda airport?

As Stockholm Arlanda Airport is in the European Union, it is subject to Regulation (EC) No 261/2004, which protects your air passenger rights. According to this regulation, you may receive up to €600 in compensation from the airline if your flight got delayed, provided that the airline was directly responsible for the delay and you arrived at your destination 3 hours later than planned. In the event of a cancelled flight, you can claim compensation if the airline informed you about the cancellation less than 14 days before departure. You can also receive compensation if the airline overbooked the flight and you were denied to board it.

 

How can I claim flight delay or cancellation compensation at Arlanda Airport?

You can file a delayed or cancelled flight compensation claim against the airline yourself or fill out our claim form. The truth of the matter is that airlines are not eager to pay compensation and may reject your claim. Ifdelayed has access to necessary databases and experts in the field, which enable you to have a higher chance of getting compensated for your flight delay or cancellation. We can handle your claim for you and take the airline to court, if necessary. All you have to do is fill out our claim form providing details about your flight and we will take care of your claim.

 

About Stockholm Arlanda Airport

Stockholm Arlanda Airport (IATA: ARN, ICAO: ESSA) is an international airport located near Stockholm. It’s the largest airport in Sweden and the third largest airport in the Nordic countries. The airport is a major gateway to international air travel for large parts of Sweden. Stockholm has two airports, and Arlanda Airport is the larger of the two.  Arlanda serves as a major hub for Scandinavian Airlines (SAS) and Norwegian Air Shuttle.

 

Oslo Airport delayed or cancelled flight claims

Did you experience a flight delay or cancellation at Oslo Gardermoen Airport and are wondering if you are eligible to flight compensation or what your rights are? EU Regulation (EC) No 261/2004 protects air passenger rights of those who travel from the EU and determines whether passengers are eligible for compensation in the event of a delayed, cancelled or overbooked flight. Oslo Airport is a busy airport due to many departures and arrivals, which are the main reason for delays at Oslo Airport.

Many passengers think they have to file a claim for the flight delay against the airport — not the airline. However, this is not true because it’s the airline that has to pay compensation for the flight disruption. Not all flight delays and cancellations are eligible for compensation because they depend on the reason for the flight disruption. The reason for a flight delay or cancellation might be due to an extraordinary circumstance. In this case, a passenger can’t receive compensation. Extraordinary circumstances are causes for flight delays that are not under the airline’s control. They include things, such as weather conditions, airport employee strikes, air traffic control strikes, air traffic control restrictions, political unrest, acts of terrorism, and so on. Fortunately, airline staff strikes are an exception and do not fall under extraordinary circumstances. Airline staff are pilots, cabin crew, airline engineers, and other employees working directly for the airline.

 

Can I claim delayed or cancelled flight compensation from Oslo Airport?

Regulation (EC) No 261/2004 applies for most routes within Europe. This includes not only EU airspace, but also Norway and other non-EU countries. Thus, air passengers travelling to and from Oslo Gardermoen Airport are protected under Regulation (EC) No 261/2004. According to this regulation, you may receive up to €600 in compensation from the airline if your flight got delayed, provided that the airline was directly responsible for the delay and you arrived at your destination 3 hours later than planned. In the event of a cancelled flight, you can claim compensation if the airline informed you about the cancellation less than 14 days before departure. You can also receive compensation if the airline overbooked the flight and you were denied to board it.

 

How can I claim flight delay or cancellation compensation from Oslo Airport?

You can file a delayed or cancelled flight compensation claim against the airline yourself or fill out our claim form. The truth of the matter is that airlines are not eager to pay compensation and may reject your claim. Ifdelayed has access to necessary databases and experts in the field, which enable you to have a higher chance of getting compensated for your flight delay or cancellation. We can handle your claim for you and take the airline to court, if necessary. All you have to do is fill out our claim form providing details about your flight and we will take care of your claim.

 

About Oslo Gardermoen Airport

Oslo Gardermoen Airport (IATA: OSL, ICAO: ENGM) is the main international airport serving Oslo, the capital of Norway. It is a hub for Scandinavian Airlines and an operating base for Norwegian Air Shuttle. This airport connects 26 domestic and 152 international destinations. Oslo airport is the second-busiest commercial airport in the Nordic countries.

 

Helsinki Airport delayed or cancelled flight claims

Was your flight delayed or cancelled when departing from Helsinki Vantaa Airport and you’re not sure if you can receive compensation or what your rights are? EU Regulation (EC) No 261/2004 protects air passenger rights of those who travel from the EU and determines whether passengers are eligible for compensation in the event of a delayed, cancelled or overbooked flight. Helsinki Airport is a busy airport due to many departures and arrivals, which are the main reason for delays at Helsinki Airport.

While many people think they have to file a claim for their delayed or cancelled flight against the airport, the truth is that you have to file it against the airline. It’s the airline that has to pay compensation for the flight disruption. Keep in mind that not all flight delays and cancellations are eligible for compensation because they depend on the reason for the flight disruption. The reason for a flight delay or cancellation might be due to an extraordinary circumstance. In this case, a passenger can’t receive compensation. Extraordinary circumstances are causes for flight delays that are not under the airline’s control. They include things, such as weather conditions, airport employee strikes, air traffic control strikes, air traffic control restrictions, political unrest, acts of terrorism, and so on. Fortunately, airline staff strikes are an exception and do not fall under extraordinary circumstances. Airline staff are pilots, cabin crew, airline engineers, and other employees working directly for the airline.

 

Can I claim delayed or cancelled flight compensation at Helsinki Airport?

As Helsinki Vantaa Airport is in the European Union, it is subject to Regulation (EC) No 261/2004, which protects your air passenger rights. According to this regulation, you may receive up to €600 in compensation from the airline if your flight got delayed, provided that the airline was directly responsible for the delay and you arrived at your destination 3 hours later than planned. In the event of a cancelled flight, you can claim compensation if the airline informed you about the cancellation less than 14 days before departure. You can also receive compensation if the airline overbooked the flight and you were denied to board it.

 

How can I claim flight delay or cancellation compensation at Helsinki Airport?

You can file a delayed or cancelled flight compensation claim against the airline yourself or fill out our claim form. The truth of the matter is that airlines are not eager to pay compensation and may reject your claim. Ifdelayed has access to necessary databases and experts in the field, which enable you to have a higher chance of getting compensated for your flight delay or cancellation. We can handle your claim for you and take the airline to court, if necessary. All you have to do is fill out our claim form providing details about your flight and we will take care of your claim.

 

About Helsinki Vantaa Airport

Helsinki Vantaa Airport  (IATA: HEL, ICAO: EFHK) is the main international airport of Helsinki, its surrounding metropolitan area, and the Uusimaa region. The airport is located in the city of Vantaa. The airport is the largest in Finland and the fourth busiest airport in the Nordic countries in terms of passenger numbers. About 90% of Finland’s international air traffic passes through Helsinki Airport. On average, this airport handles around 350 departures a day. Helsinki airport is the main hub for Finnair, the flag carrier of Finland, an operating base for Norwegian Air Shuttle, and has around 50 regularly-operating airlines. The airport has around 80 scheduled destinations to other parts of Europe and 21 direct long-haul routes to Asia, the Middle East, and North America. There are also 35 charter destinations including numerous long-haul charter destinations.

 

Schiphol Airport delayed or cancelled flight claims

Did you experience a flight delay or cancellation at Amsterdam Schiphol Airport and you’re not sure if you can receive compensation or what your rights are? EU Regulation (EC) No 261/2004 protects air passenger rights of those who travel from the EU and determines whether passengers are eligible for compensation in the event of a delayed, cancelled or overbooked flight. Schiphol Airport is a busy airport due to many departures and arrivals, which are the main reason for delays at Schiphol Airport.

While many people think they have to file a claim for their delayed or cancelled flight against the airport, the truth is that you have to file it against the airline. It’s the airline that has to pay compensation for the flight disruption. Not all flight delays and cancellations are eligible for compensation because they depend on the reason for the flight disruption. The reason for a flight delay or cancellation might be due to an extraordinary circumstance. In this case, a passenger can’t receive compensation. Extraordinary circumstances are causes for flight delays that are not under the airline’s control. They include things, such as weather conditions, airport employee strikes, air traffic control strikes, air traffic control restrictions, political unrest, acts of terrorism, and so on. Fortunately, airline staff strikes are an exception and do not fall under extraordinary circumstances. Airline staff are pilots, cabin crew, airline engineers, and other employees working directly for the airline.

 

Can I claim delayed or cancelled flight compensation at Amsterdam Airport?

As Amsterdam Schiphol Airport is in the European Union, it is subject to Regulation (EC) No 261/2004, which protects your air passenger rights. According to this regulation, you may receive up to €600 in compensation from the airline if your flight got delayed, provided that the airline was directly responsible for the delay and you arrived at your destination 3 hours later than planned. In the event of a cancelled flight, you can claim compensation if the airline informed you about the cancellation less than 14 days before departure. You can also receive compensation if the airline overbooked the flight and you were denied to board it.

 

How can I claim flight delay or cancellation compensation at Schiphol Airport?

You can file a delayed or cancelled flight compensation claim against the airline yourself or fill out our claim form. The truth of the matter is that airlines are not eager to pay compensation and may reject your claim. Ifdelayed has access to necessary databases and experts in the field, which enable you to have a higher chance of getting compensated for your flight delay or cancellation. We can handle your claim for you and take the airline to court, if necessary. All you have to do is fill out our claim form providing details about your flight and we will take care of your claim.

 

About Amsterdam Schiphol Airport

Amsterdam Airport Schiphol (IATA: AMS, ICAO: EHAM) is the main international airport of the Netherlands. It is located 9 kilometres southwest of Amsterdam. It is the third-busiest airport in Europe in terms of passenger volume. The airport is built as a single-terminal concept: one large terminal split into three large departure halls. Schiphol is the hub for KLM. The airport also serves as a base for EasyJet, LEVEL, and Vueling. Schiphol Airport is an important European airport. Because of intense traffic and high landing fees, some low-cost carriers decided to move their flights to smaller airports, such as Rotterdam The Hague Airport and Eindhoven Airport. Many low-cost carriers, such as EasyJet and Transavia, however, continue to operate at Schiphol, using the low-cost H pier.

 

Copenhagen Airport delayed or cancelled flight claims

Did you experience a flight delay or cancellation at Copenhagen Kastrup Airport and you’re not sure if you can receive compensation or what your rights are? EU Regulation (EC) No 261/2004 protects air passenger rights of those who travel from the EU and determines whether passengers are eligible for compensation in the event of a delayed, cancelled or overbooked flight. Due to Kastrup Airport being a busy airport, delays and cancellations occur frequently.

While many people think they have to file a claim for their delayed or cancelled flight against the airport, the truth is that you have to file it against the airline. It’s the airline that has to pay compensation for the flight disruption. Not all flight delays and cancellations are eligible for compensation because they depend on the reason for the flight disruption. The reason for a flight delay or cancellation might be due to an extraordinary circumstance. In this case, a passenger can’t receive compensation. Extraordinary circumstances are causes for flight delays that are not under the airline’s control. They include things, such as weather conditions, airport employee strikes, air traffic control strikes, air traffic control restrictions, political unrest, acts of terrorism, and so on. Fortunately, airline staff strikes are an exception and do not fall under extraordinary circumstances. Airline staff are pilots, cabin crew, airline engineers, and other employees working directly for the airline.

 

Can I claim delayed or cancelled flight compensation at Copenhagen Airport?

As Copenhagen Kastrup Airport is in the European Union, it is subject to Regulation (EC) No 261/2004, which protects your air passenger rights. According to this regulation, you may receive up to €600 in compensation from the airline if your flight got delayed, provided that the airline was directly responsible for the delay and you arrived at your destination 3 hours later than planned. In the event of a cancelled flight, you can claim compensation if the airline informed you about the cancellation less than 14 days before departure. You can also receive compensation if the airline overbooked the flight and you were denied to board it.

 

How can I claim flight delay or cancellation compensation at Copenhagen Airport?

You can file a delayed or cancelled flight compensation claim against the airline yourself or fill out our claim form. The truth of the matter is that airlines are not eager to pay compensation and may reject your claim. Ifdelayed has access to necessary databases and experts in the field, which enable you to have a higher chance of getting compensated for your flight delay or cancellation. We can handle your claim for you and take the airline to court, if necessary. All you have to do is fill out our claim form providing details about your flight and we will take care of your claim.

 

About Copenhagen Kastrup Airport

Copenhagen Kastrup Airport (IATA: CPH, ICAO: EKCH) is the main international airport serving Copenhagen, Denmark. It is the largest airport in the Nordic countries and one of the oldest international airports in Europe. It is the third-busiest airport in Northern Europe and the busiest for international travel in Scandinavia. The airport is the main hub out of three used by Scandinavian Airlines (SAS) and is also an operating base for Thomas Cook Airlines Scandinavia and Norwegian Air Shuttle. Copenhagen Airport handles around 60 scheduled airlines and has a maximum operation capability of 83 operations/hour, and a total of 108 jet bridges and remote parking stands. Unlike other Scandinavian airports, most of the passengers in Copenhagen Kastrup Airport are international.

 

Heathrow Airport delayed or cancelled flight claims

Did you experience a flight delay or cancellation at London Heathrow Airport and you’re not sure if you can receive compensation or what your rights are? EU Regulation (EC) No 261/2004 protects air passenger rights of those who travel from the EU and determines whether passengers are eligible for compensation in the event of a delayed, cancelled or overbooked flight. Heathrow is Europe’s busiest airport so flight delays and cancellations are quite likely at it.

While many people think they have to file a claim for their delayed or cancelled flight against the airport, the truth is that you have to file it against the airline. It’s the airline that has to pay compensation for the flight disruption. Not all flight delays and cancellations are eligible for compensation because they depend on the reason for the flight disruption. The reason for a flight delay or cancellation might be due to an extraordinary circumstance. In this case, a passenger can’t receive compensation. Extraordinary circumstances are causes for flight delays that are not under the airline’s control. They include things, such as weather conditions, airport employee strikes, air traffic control strikes, air traffic control restrictions, political unrest, acts of terrorism, and so on. Fortunately, airline staff strikes are an exception and do not fall under extraordinary circumstances. Airline staff are pilots, cabin crew, airline engineers, and other employees working directly for the airline.

 

Can I claim delayed or cancelled flight compensation at Heathrow Airport?

As London Heathrow Airport is in the European Union, it is subject to Regulation (EC) No 261/2004, which protects your air passenger rights. According to this regulation, you may receive up to €600 in compensation from the airline if your flight got delayed, provided that the airline was directly responsible for the delay and you arrived at your destination 3 hours later than planned. In the event of a cancelled flight, you can claim compensation if the airline informed you about the cancellation less than 14 days before departure. You can also receive compensation if the airline overbooked the flight and you were denied to board it.

 

How can I claim flight delay or cancellation compensation at Heathrow airport?

You can file a delayed or cancelled flight compensation claim against the airline yourself or fill out our claim form. The truth of the matter is that airlines are not eager to pay compensation and may reject your claim. Ifdelayed has access to necessary databases and experts in the field, which enable you to have a higher chance of getting compensated for your flight delay or cancellation. We can handle your claim for you and take the airline to court, if necessary. All you have to do is fill out our claim form providing details about your flight and we will take care of your claim.

About London Heathrow Airport

 

London Heathrow Airport (IATA: LHR, ICAO: EGLL) is a major international airport in London, United Kingdom. Heathrow is the second busiest airport in the world (after Dubai International Airport) by international passenger traffic, as well as the busiest airport in Europe by passenger traffic, and the seventh busiest airport in the world by total passenger traffic. It is one of six international airports serving Greater London. London Heathrow is the primary hub for British Airways and the primary operating base for Virgin Atlantic.

 

Frankfurt Airport delayed or cancelled flight claims

Did you experience a flight delay or cancellation at Frankfurt am Main International Airport and you’re not sure if you can receive compensation or what your rights are? EU Regulation (EC) No 261/2004 protects air passenger rights of those who travel from the EU and determines whether passengers are eligible for compensation in the event of a delayed, cancelled or overbooked flight. Frankfurt airport is a busy airport due to many departures and arrivals, which are the main reason for delays at this airport.

Many passengers think they have to file a claim for the flight delay or cancellation against the airport — not the airline. However, this is not true because it’s the airline that has to pay compensation for the flight disruption. Not all flight delays and cancellations are eligible for compensation because they depend on the reason for the flight disruption. The reason for a flight delay or cancellation might be due to an extraordinary circumstance. In this case, a passenger can’t receive compensation. Extraordinary circumstances are causes for flight delays that are not under the airline’s control. They include things, such as weather conditions, airport employee strikes, air traffic control strikes, air traffic control restrictions, political unrest, acts of terrorism, and so on. Fortunately, airline staff strikes are an exception and do not fall under extraordinary circumstances. Airline staff are pilots, cabin crew, airline engineers, and other employees working directly for the airline.

 

Can I claim delayed or cancelled flight compensation at Frankfurt Airport?

As  Frankfurt am Main International Airport is in the European Union, it is subject to Regulation (EC) No 261/2004, which protects your air passenger rights. According to this regulation, you may receive up to €600 in compensation from the airline if your flight got delayed, provided that the airline was directly responsible for the delay and you arrived at your destination 3 hours later than planned. In the event of a cancelled flight, you can claim compensation if the airline informed you about the cancellation less than 14 days before departure. You can also receive compensation if the airline overbooked the flight and you were denied to board it.

 

How can I claim flight delay or cancellation compensation at Frankfurt Airport?

You can file a delayed or cancelled flight compensation claim against the airline yourself or fill out our claim form. The truth of the matter is that airlines are not eager to pay compensation and may reject your claim. Ifdelayed has access to necessary databases and experts in the field, which enable you to have a higher chance of getting compensated for your flight delay or cancellation. We can handle your claim for you and take the airline to court, if necessary. All you have to do is fill out our claim form providing details about your flight and we will take care of your claim.

 

About Frankfurt am Main International Airport

Frankfurt am Main Airport (IATA: FRA, ICAO: EDDF) is a major international airport located in Frankfurt, the fifth-largest city of Germany and one of the world’s leading financial centres. It serves as the main hub for Lufthansa. Frankfurt Airport is the busiest airport by passenger traffic in Germany as well as the fourth busiest in Europe after London Heathrow Airport, Paris–Charles de Gaulle Airport and Amsterdam Schiphol Airport.