up to € 600,- Compensation

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Your British Airways flight was delayed or canceled?

Then check your compensation claim right here- this can go up to an amount of 600 EUR.

British Airways delayed? Request compensation!

Your flight was delayed, due to British Airways you missed your connecting flight or was it even canceled?Annoying, but you may be entitled to a flat-rate compensation of up to 600 EUR. Check online, free of charge and anonymously if a claim exists, and request it promptly!

Compensation at British Airways for delayed, canceled and overbooked flights

British Airways, also referred to as IATA Code BA for short, is the national airline of the United Kingdom. It is headquartered in the capital city of London and also based there at Heathrow Airport. Other British Airways hubs are also located in London at the City and Gatwick airports. The airline is also a member and even a founding member of the Oneworld Alliance. In addition, it forms together with the Spanish airline Iberia the holding International Airlines Group, which among other things, the Irish Aer Lingus and the Spanish Vueling Airlines belong.

As your first address for air passenger rights, we offer you as EuroFlyRefund for various problems with the British Airways help. We ask for their claim for compensation under EU Regulation 261/2004 against British Airways. We enforce your claims for delays as well as for flight cancellations! Especially canceled flights can lead to considerable delays and annoyance for passengers, since the replacement flights often arrive at the desired destination much later. But we also support passengers when British Airways denies boarding. This can happen, for example, when British Airways overbooks a flight. Even then there is a compensation according to EU Regulation 261/2004. In addition, diverted flights can lead to significant delays in British Airways. These diverted flights can also be eligible for 200, 400 or even 600 euros, if this results in a delay of more than three hours for the passenger.

In general, it should always be noted that the resulting delay due to problems with the British Airways must be at least three hours in order to claim compensation under EU Regulation 261/2004. You have had problems with a British Airways flight a long time ago? According to EU Regulation 261/2004, you can also file your cases retrospectively for three years with our help. This applies to delayed flights, canceled flights, diverted flights as well as flights where passengers were denied boarding.


History

The history of British Airways dates back to 1924 and began with the merger of several smaller British airlines to the Imperial Airways. In 1935, four more British airlines are merged into British Airways and specialize in flights within Europe. In 1939, the London parliament decided to nationalize and merge the two airlines, British Airways and Imperial Airways. In the late 1970s, however, the British government was able to privatize the airline again, which was initially prevented by economic problems of the airline in the early 1980s. The reasons for these problems were rising fuel prices in relation to an economic crisis and the ongoing recession. The company was completely privatized in 1984 by restructuring the company and discontinuing unprofitable routes. In the 1990s, new economic problems with the emergence of low-cost airlines, the main competitors Air France and Lufthansa harmed for the British Airways. British Airways recognized the trend towards low-cost airlines and compensated for the withdrawal and strengthening of European business on intercontinental routes. In 1999, British Airways then founded the aviation alliance Oneworld Alliance. In 2010, the airlines Iberia and British Airways signed a merger agreement and created the International Airlines Group, in which British Airways owns 55%.

Data and Facts

British Airways transported over 45 million passengers in 2017, generating over £ 12 billion in revenue. The airline was able to achieve a profit of over 1.7 million pounds. This was made possible, among other things, by the more than 43,000 employees of British Airways, who are headed by CEO Alejandro Cruz de Llano. As one of the few airlines in the world, British Airways fly to destinations on six continents. The German-speaking countries, Germany, Austria and Switzerland, are served by British Airways.