Flight Compensation for Cancelled Connecting Flights


Flight Compensation for Cancelled Connecting Flights

Did you experience a cancelled connecting flight that left you stranded in an airport, causing significant delays or additional expenses? You're not alone. Thousands of passengers every year face the same issue, but many aren't aware that they're entitled to compensation. That's where Trouble Flight comes in. We're here to help you claim compensation on behalf of airline passengers worldwide.

Why Choose Trouble Flight for Your Compensation Claim

With Trouble Flight, you can rest assured that our team of experts is working tirelessly to secure the compensation you deserve. We offer:

  1. Expertise: Our team has years of experience handling flight compensation claims, ensuring your claim is processed efficiently and accurately.

  2. No Win, No Fee: We operate on a no-win, no-fee basis. That means you only pay us if we successfully secure compensation for your cancelled connecting flight.

  3. Global Reach: We handle compensation claims for passengers all over the world, regardless of your location or the airline responsible for your flight cancellation.

  4. Ease of Use: Starting your claim is simple. Just fill out the online form on our website, and our team will take care of the rest.

Your Rights as a Passenger

When your connecting flight is cancelled, you're entitled to certain rights under international and regional regulations such as EU Regulation 261/2004, the Montreal Convention, and the US Department of Transportation regulations. These rights include:

  1. Right to Compensation: You may be entitled to financial compensation depending on the circumstances of your cancelled connecting flight.

  2. Right to Care: Airlines must provide you with assistance, such as meals, refreshments, and accommodation, while you wait for an alternative flight.

  3. Right to Refund or Re-routing: You may choose between a refund of your ticket or an alternative flight to your final destination.

Factors That Determine Your Compensation

Several factors determine the amount of compensation you're entitled to for your cancelled connecting flight:

  1. Flight Distance: Compensation amounts vary depending on the distance of your flight.

  2. Delay Length: The length of your delay plays a significant role in determining your compensation.

  3. Reason for Cancellation: If the cancellation was due to extraordinary circumstances, such as severe weather or political unrest, you may not be eligible for compensation.

How to Start Your Claim with Trouble Flight

Claiming compensation for your cancelled connecting flight is easy with Trouble Flight. Just follow these simple steps:

  1. Provide Your Flight Details: Fill out our online form with your flight details, including flight number, departure and arrival airports, and the reason for your flight cancellation.

  2. Submit Your Claim: Our team will review your claim and contact you with any additional information required.

  3. Let Us Handle the Rest: Our experts will negotiate with the airline on your behalf, ensuring you receive the compensation you deserve.

  4. Get Paid: Once we've successfully secured your compensation, we'll transfer the funds directly to you.

Frequently Asked Questions

Q: How long does the compensation claim process take? A: The duration of the compensation claim process varies depending on the complexity of the case and the airline's response. In general, claims are resolved within a few weeks to several months.

Q: Can I claim compensation for flights in the past? A: Yes, you can typically claim compensation for cancelled connecting flights that occurred within the last 2-5 years, depending on the governing regulations. It's essential to start your claim as soon as possible to ensure you don't miss the deadline.

Q: What if I have already accepted a refund or voucher from the airline? A: If you have accepted a refund or voucher, you may still be eligible for compensation. However, the amount of compensation may be reduced by the value of the refund or voucher. Our team can help assess your eligibility and guide you through the process.

Q: How much compensation can I expect for a cancelled connecting flight? A: Compensation amounts vary based on factors such as flight distance and delay length. Under EU Regulation 261/2004, for example, you may be entitled to compensation ranging from €250 to €600, depending on the specific circumstances of your flight cancellation.


Don't let a cancelled connecting flight ruin your travel plans without seeking the compensation you deserve. Trouble Flight is here to help airline passengers worldwide claim the compensation they're entitled to in a hassle-free manner. Start your claim request on our website today, and let our team of experts secure the compensation you're owed. Remember, our no-win, no-fee guarantee ensures that you only pay if we successfully secure your compensation.

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