Reflights the ally on air passenger rights

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The flight claim specialist is helping air passengers learn about their compensation rights and can claim on their behalf with a great success rate.

May 16th, 2018

Each year millions of air passengers across Europe get their flights delayed or cancelled due to airline problems such as plane technical difficulties, airline staff or other causes leaving these passengers stranded in airports or cities.

This is why Reflight, the new flight claim company specialized on the EU Regulation 261/04 can inform all airline users about their compensation rights without any paperwork, interaction with the airline staff or time consuming process; and if the affectation was caused by the airline with a delay of more than 3 hours or the cancellation notice was of less than 14 days the passenger can claim up to €600 using the flight specialist web app, for free.

Other circumstances considered “extraordinary” such as bad weather, medical emergency or air-traffic control strikes are not imputable to the airline.

According to an analysis done by Reflight, airlines such as Lufthansa, Virgin Atlantic, Flybe, Norwegian or British Airways tend to respect better the passenger rights.


According to the EU261 Regulation, if you traveled on a European airline or left the EU on any foreign airline, you may be entitled to one of the following economic compensations:

Compensation for delay of +3 hours, cancellation with -14 days’ notice or involuntary un-boarding:

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EU261/2004 Regulation
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About the company:Reflight SAS de CV, a flight claim company founded in 2018 is now helping passengers claim their compensation rights for flight delays or cancellations according to the European Regulation EU261, recovering up to 600€ from the airline. For more information visit:

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