Flight Compensation Claim Guides

Learn about your legal rights and EU Regulation 261 with our in depth guides below.

Written by our legal team, they are regularly updated to reflect changes in law, and provide comprehensive legal advice to help you understand your legal rights when you’ve experienced a flight delay or cancellation.

Find out more about flight delay compensation, read our FAQs, or get an instant decision on your flight.

Flight Delays Caused By Airline Strikes – Can You Claim Compensation When Industrial Action Affects Your Travel Plans?

European Regulation 261/2004 was established to protect the rights of air passengers, giving consumers the right to compensation for delayed or cancelled flights. We look into the rights of passengers when they are affected by strikes.

Taking A Flight Claim To Court Yourself? Beware of These Common Pitfalls When Claiming Compensation

When it comes to claiming flight compensation, some prefer the “do it yourself” approach. Representing yourself in court, or acting as a ‘litigant in person’ to give it its official title, is certainly an option when it comes to making a flight delay claim; but is not without its potential pitfalls.

What Should I Do If The Airline Says I Only Have Two Years To Claim Flight Compensation?

In the past we have seen airlines turn down flight compensation claims that were over two years old. Airlines often argued that The Montreal Convention 1999 meant passengers had just two years to bring an EU261 flight delay claim in England and Wales.