About KLM and Reasons for flight Delays and Cancellations
KLM is the largest Dutch airline with its hub at nearby Amsterdam Airport Schiphol. It is also known to be the oldest airline in the world still operating under its original name. Being the largest Dutch airline means that lots of passengers travel through the airport annually and it is well known that large passenger numbers in an airport often bring about flight delays and cancellations. Over the years, this has been a problem that is yet to be fully eradicated and reasons for this are manifold. Generally, illness of one or more number of crew members, bird strikes, storms or technical defects are all causes of flight delays and cancellations.
Your Rights as an
According to the European Passenger Rights Regulation, Passengers whose flight has been delayed for at least 3 hours or cancelled without prior notification of at least 14 days before scheduled departure date are all eligible for compensation provided the flight delay or cancellation isn’t as a result of exceptional circumstances such as Bird strikes or storm. It is the Airline’s responsibility to inform Passengers or an impending flight cancellation. In a situation where passengers are given adequate notice, the airline only has to make provision for a replacement flight and Passengers have a right to say if they want to accept the offer or ask for a refund
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The claim for compensation is always directed towards the corresponding airline but in most cases however, the airlines do all they can to ensure payment of this compensation is avoided. They would rather hand out travel vouchers than offer the monetary equivalent. The best practice if success must be achieved is to make contact with a professional firm whose job it is to help fight for Air Passenger rights. We at wirkaufendeinenflug.de specialize in this and we can help you resolve the problem in less than 24 hours *. All you have to do submit your claim online for evaluation. If found to be valid, we will make you an offer which is Transferred directly to your account within 3 - 24 hours *. You get to keep this money no matter the eventual outcome of proceedings. Claims can also be made retroactively for up to 3 years after the flight delay or cancellation.