Receive £540 Per Passenger in Flight Delay Compensation

If you've had a flight disruption in the last 6 years, you're moments away from EU compensation.

Why use us?

Check compensation due instantly

Available to anyone, anywhere in the world

Avoid the hassle, time and costs of pursuing the airlines alone

No win-no fee; meaning you don't pay a single penny

70% of customers report that their own attempts to obtain compensation directly from the airlines are either rejected as being invalid or ignored entirely.

Enter your details into our claims form to check your refund amount.

How it works

We've drastically simplified our online claims process

Submit your details

Fill out our simple form with your flight details.

Flight is checked

We look up your details in our flight database to check you're eligible and for how much.

Receive refund

Once we process your claim, you receive your money. Simple!

The Fine Print

If your flight has been cancelled or delayed you have the right to compensation under European law. Under EU Regulation 261/2004, passengers are entitled to up to €600 (£536) in compensation when their flight lands at their destination more than three hours late. While for cancelled flights, you have the right to take an alternative flight with the same airline to your destination, or cancel the flight and receive a full refund. Avoid the costs and stress of pursuing the airline yourself. Our team handles everything with no upfront fees, on a no-win, no-fee basis.

Important points to consider:

Delay must be over 3 hours. Delay is calculated from time or arrival vs scheduled (specifically, aircraft doors open).

Claims must relate to flights within the last 6 years.

To qualify, your flight must be scheduled to takeoff from an EU airport, on any airline. Or, arrive at an EU airport on an EU-registered airline.

The disruption to your flight must be due to the fault of the airline. Extraordinary circumstances, such as adverse weather do not qualify.

Please note: we are not the airline - we are here to help you claim what is yours from the airlines.

Compensation amounts are determined by the delay length and distance of your scheduled flight.