Compensair: Compensation for flight delays and cancellations [AD]
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Compensair: Compensation for flight delays and cancellations [AD]

We do a fair bit of travelling as a family. However, if you count in the amount of travelling that hubs has done back and forth between the UK and Germany because of work, he’s done almost 5000 miles of flying in about a year. Not a big deal to most people I’m sure but think about how much longer it all seems when your flights are delayed or cancelled. What we were owed in compensation for flight delays and cancellations by the end of 2018 could have got us a cheap car!

compensation for flight delays and cancellations

Hubs went through that more times than I can count. Not just delays of a few minutes but hours and once (and I’ll never forget this one as I was very pregnant and alone at home waiting for him to get back), almost two days. I don’t even know if that one should be referred to as a delay or a cancellation with the airline moving customers to a different flight over a day later! It was truly ridiculous. We were always aware that we could attempt to claim back on all these cancellations and delays but the process wasn’t always clear and who to go to for help on what to do was even less clear. If we’d only known about Compensair sooner.

If you’re eligible, Compensair helps you claim up to 600 Euros in compensation.

It works for flights up to 6 years back! 

How it works?

You just need to fill in a simple claim form, and Compensair will handle all the paperwork, submit the claim and take care of all the further communication with the airline to settle your case (even sue the airline if needed)!

Submitting a claim is absolutely free of charge!! Сompensair will charge its 25% success fee only in case if you get your compensation.

If you’ve faced the bother of a delayed or cancelled flight before, CLICK HERE to check if you’re eligible to make a claim. It takes only 2 minutes.

I love that Compensair does all the work for you. You can sit back and let them deal with your claim on your behalf. It should always be this easy!

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Kin Unplugged

I aim to provide millennial women with a space where they can find helpful information to make their everyday lives easier while they start and grow their families.

This Post Has 6 Comments

  1. Mellissa

    This is really interesting! I didn’t even realize you could get compensated for delayed/cancelled flights!

    1. Kin Unplugged

      Yeah I guess it’s not something that would occur to you necessarily unless you’re faced with constant delayed or cancelled flights!

  2. Aubrey

    Wow! That’s really cool! I had no idea this was a thing. I’m going to have to pass this along to my parents because they travel a lot. Thanks for sharing!

    1. Kin Unplugged

      I hope they find it useful ?

  3. Lisa

    Oh wow this is great to know! Does this exist in the U.S.? We just took a budge, no frills airline, because it was direct and every other flight we’ve taken recently has been severely delayed. Didn’t think it could be much worse, and it was great! But man, we would be owed a huge amount too if we were able to file for all the delayed flights.

    1. Kin Unplugged

      Hi Lisa! I believe it has to be flights leaving or going to an EU country.

      Yes the so called no frills airlines seem to be the worst with delays and cancellations

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