Plane Delay Compensation- Lufthansa
Plane Delays Compensation and Lufthansa
Plane delays can lead to compensation against Lufthansa if, for instance, your plane from Heathrow to non EU Airport by more than 3 hours or more. The other criteria for passengers to make a claim are as follows:
- Was your Lufthansa plane delay within the last 6 years
- Lufthansa plane delay was not due to an “exceptional circumstance.”
Even though the Airline Company is not EU based, providing that the Airline departs from a UK based airport, the EU plane delay Regulations apply and thus if there is a delay of 3 hours or more, compensation can be obtained. No delayed plane compensation against Lufthansa can be obtained if the plane was returning back to the UK from a non-EU Country. For a list of EU Plane Delay Countries where the EU Flight Delay Regulations apply click on EU Countries link.
Plane delays compensation and “exceptional circumstances.”
It was thought by Airlines that if the plane delays were due to mechanical or electrical failures which could not routinely be detected by the usual service and maintenance of the aircraft.
This argument was put to the test in court but the airlines failed. Even if it was a mechanical fault with the plane, it did not stop the chance to make a plane delay compensation claim against Lufthansa or other Airline Companies that breach the EU Regulations.
The exceptional circumstances can be summarised as follows:
- Volcanic Ash Cloud,
- Traffic Control Strikes,
- Political Unrest,
As such examples are completely outside Lufthansa control, compensation for plane delays can be obtained
How to claim plane delays compensation and Lufthansa
If you fit the criteria in making a claim delayed Lufthansa plane claim (see above or click onto this link – Plane delay compensation ) then you could be entitled to compensation. Please contact us now for further information.
What do I need to claim plane delays compensation – Lufthansa
The information you need for any delayed plane compensation against Lufthansa are:
- Name of airline company
- Number of passengers
- Flight number
- Departure Airport
- Arrival Airport
- Dates of flight
- How long was your plane delayed for?
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