Think twice before accepting another flight voucher
In one of my previous post you can find out that you can pursue your claims through the courts for all flights that you made up to 2 years back. Now I have a great news for thousands of UK air travelers – you can claim your rights also for flights from up to 6 years ago thanks to James Dawson.
Recently I wrote many posts about the legislation and what to do when things go wrong and your flight is delayed, cancelled, you get bumped from the flight or your baggage gets lost. Well, I think it’s important to be prepared for every possible flight disruption during your trips but on the other hand, I am perfectly aware that traveling should be primarily about a fun.
An interesting situation happened to me last week when I visited a printing office to pick up our latest posters for a purposes of our visit in Amsterdam. There was a young woman named Veronika standing next to me and when she spotted the poster she began asking me about the details of our project. It happened to me for the first time so I was very impressed by her interest and excitedly began talking. We discussed for more than ten minutes about ClaimAir and more importantly, about her real experience with airlines’ common practices in relation to her recent delay and missed connecting flight.
Getting flight compensations from airlines don’t have to be a difficult issue once you are familiar with airlines’ common practices. Of course, the situation can be sometimes quite tricky so I will tell you how proper attitude can make the most of it.
French air traffic controllers take part in strike action today. As usually, it will cause air travel chaos all around the country as many flights will be delayed or cancelled. Here is a brief recap of what you should claim during a flight disruption.
In previous blog posts, I wrote a lot about the European Union’s legislation and its application in various flight irregularities. However, it’s important to realize that these rules have significant impact on the U.S. air travelers too. This post will lay down all situations which U.S. passengers should pay attention to in connection with the European Union’s Regulation (EC) No 261/2004. Moreover, I’m going to reveal secrets that airlines struggle to hide from you… psst, it’s a secret!
Airlines are greedy and want to load their aircrafts as much as possible in order to increase their revenue. In fact, every single flight can be overbooked up to 10% of its total capacity to cover a chance of no-show passengers and to eliminate the possibility of a free seat right next to you – what an unimaginable situation for all airlines! In this post, I will show you how denied boarding rules can work for you and how you can make a nice profit on it.
Have you ever experienced a situation when you arrived to your final destination and find yourself staring at an empty baggage carousel and hoping there is still one last baggage coming? Well, in a better case, your baggage is delayed. The worst case, the baggage is completely lost and you’ll never see it again. This post will give you an in-depth guidance on how to handle such situation and how to get your delayed baggage compensation so there won’t be a space for a panic or a confusion anymore. All necessary information can be also found within our web app
We finally made it to the beta release and want to share our excitement with you!
During the last several months, we’ve strived to build the FREE Android app that would seamlessly and instantly help you with flight irregularities, such as delays, cancellations, denied boardings and baggage related issues.