A flight delay can be extremely frustrating, especially if it is an international flight such as Air France. Fortunately, there are steps you can take to claim compensation and assert your rights as a passenger.
Firstly, it is important to know that the European regulation EC 261/2004 sets out the rights of passengers in the event of flight delays. If your Air France flight is delayed for at least three hours, you are entitled to compensation of up to €600. In addition, the airline is obliged to provide you with assistance, such as meals and drinks, free phone calls or messages, and accommodation in case of need.
To claim your compensation, it is important to collect all documentation related to your flight, such as your booking confirmation and proof of the delay. It is also useful to note down all the details of the situation, such as the date and time your flight was delayed and the names of the people you spoke to at the airport.
Once you have collected all the necessary documentation, you can submit your claim directly to Air France. However, this process can be complex and time-consuming. Alternatively, you can use a company such as Trouble Flight that will guide you through the claim process and handle the submission of your claim to the airline.
With Trouble Flight, the process becomes much simpler and faster. Using our free claim verification tool, you can find out if you are entitled to compensation. In the event that you are entitled to compensation, we will provide you with a complaint form to fill out and guide you through the complaint submission process.
In addition, we are always available to answer questions and provide support throughout the process. Don't waste time and defend your rights as a passenger, use Trouble Flight to get the right compensation for your delayed Air France flight.