Know Your Rights
Overbooked, Cancelled, Or Delayed Flight? Find Out Your Rights and Request Your Money Here
The Passenger Rights!
According to the EU Regulations 261/2004 all passengers have the right for compensation during some special circumstances. They are as follow: when you cannot board, in case of the flight is canceled or what happens most often, in case of delayed flights. In 2004 on 17 February this measures went into effect for all EU members and the airlines that operates within them.
Your Air Passenger Rights
Millions of air passengers travel each year, but a large number do not realize that there are air passenger rights to protect them while in transit. AirClaim can explain your rights, and help you claim the compensation you’re entitled to.
Your air passenger rights explained
Air passenger rights involve specific laws that support travelers and advocate for protection and compensation when people face flight disruptions.
The situation varies from country to country. In the USA there are some regulations related to situations such as overbooked flights and tarmac delays. However, passengers often find more protection under the regulations in the countries they travel to. Europe’s EC 261 laws, in particular, are comprehensive and entitle passengers to compensation in a range of situations.
The problem is that many people are not aware that the law is on their side or even that passenger rights exist. In fact, 85% of air passengers do not know their rights.
Playing an Active Role in Air Passenger Rights
At AirClaim, we are committed to serving the travel community and air passengers at large with crucial, up-to-date information regarding travelers’ rights. It is our mission to help novice and expert travelers alike understand decisive details. What’s more, we seek to simplify specific legal statues that are on your side, so that you know what the laws do and how you can effectively approach a wide variety of flight disruptions beyond your control. We help people that experience flight delays, flight cancellations, denied boarding, baggage problems, and missed connections.
Air Passenger Rights and Regulations You Should Know
While it is true that individual countries comply with their own laws, there are some key features of regional or international law that serve as powerful tools for air passengers. These include, but are not limited to, EU EC 261 legislation, various US laws, Brazil's ANAC 400 and the Montreal Convention.
Some regulations have a wider coverage or are more advantageous than others. However, it is good to remember that disturbed flight circumstances can differ significantly and it is useful to know what strengths you can rely on for the trip.
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We remind you that our activity is based on official regulations such as
EU 261/2004, Shy Passenger, Brazilian Regulations and US DOT.
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