The rules for compensation on flight delays were made very clear in October 2012 following a landmark ruling by the European Court of Justice (supported by EU rule 261/2004). It clarified that passengers were entitled to compensation for long delays (as long as they met a set criteria) following a challenge by some airlines.
Not everyone has won compensation. Some airlines tried to block people from claiming for flights that were over two years old, and for unforeseeable technical faults but My Life Claims will ensure you get the compensation you are entitled to.
Compensation for delayed flights was established by European Regulation EC 261/04, which has set an industry-accepted compensation fee structure, guaranteeing up to £510 per passenger for flights delayed by three hours or more. We offer a 100% risk and hassle free service with a £1600 average claim value.
In cases of flight cancellations, airlines are obligated to provide an alternative flight. This disruption to a passengers initial plans can mean they are entitled to claim up to £510 compensation for their inconvenience. With a 98% success rate let our legal fights specialists enforce your rights to airline compensation.
Should a passenger be delayed to their final destination by 3 hours or more, which can occur from even a short delay with their first flight meaning they miss a connecting flight, a passenger can claim up to £510 in compensation benefiting from our low commission rates and no upfront fee.
Specifically, under EU Regulation EC 261/04 regarding passenger rights, any passenger involuntarily denied boarding on an overbooked flight departing from an EU airport, regardless of airline or destination, is eligible for compensation of up to £510, with no hidden fee uplift. Claim now, it is a 60 second process.