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Compensation in an EU flight

Compensation in an EU flight

  1. Abdullah Al Balushi

    I flew from Cologne/Bonn to Bristol today and the flight was delayed for just under 3 hours

    Can I get some insights into what kind of compensation I’m entitled to based on EU261?

    The reason of the delay was technical and they had to swap a plane

  2. Ben Holz

    “If you [B]arrived[/B] at your final destination with [B]a delay of more than 3 hours[/B], you are entitled to [URL=’’]compensation[/URL], ! ”

    How much later did you arrive at Bristol? Unless it’s 3 hours or more, I believe you have lucked out

  3. MidSouthSkier

    Found this article which explains it:

  4. Abdullah Al Balushi

    I arrived just around 2.5 hours after scheduled arrival time

    Original arrival is 15:50 and actual is 18:13.

    Nevertheless thank you for this insight will keep an eye out should a 3 hours delay occur

  5. KenTexas

    It rarely does, all airlines try to limit these delays. Even 5 minutes less is gives them big savings. In reality, only about 23-24% of affected passengers ever claim though.

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