About Tyrolean Airways and Reasons for flight Delay or Cancellation
Tyrolean Airways was an Austrian airline based in Innsbruck with its hub at Vienna International Airport and its home base at Innsbruck Airport. It was owned by the Lufthansa Group and was an affiliate of the Star Alliance together with its parent Austrian Airlines. Tyrolean operated regional flights under the Austrian Arrows brand on behalf of Austrian Airlines from 2003 until July 2012, when nearly all employees and the fleet of Austrian Airlines was transferred to it following a labor dispute. Following a new labor agreement, Tyrolean was merged into Austrian Airlines and dissolved as a company on 31 March 2015. In as much as the airline has been dissolved, Passengers can still make retroactive claims of up to 3 years.
Your Rights as an
Since the introduction of the Eu Passenger Rights Regulation Act, flight delays and cancellations has been cut down a great deal. Passengers are entitled to compensation if a flight is delayed for at least 3 hours or cancelled without prior notification of at least 14 days before scheduled departure date. It must be noted however that Tyrolean Airways cannot be held responsible if the flight was delayed or cancelled as a result of exceptional circumstances such as Bird strikes, Storms and other related bad weather conditions.
Life is easier with Us
The fact that the airline has been closed down even makes it more difficult for passengers to file for compensation claims and emerge successful and tt is known fact that airlines do all they can not to make payment of remuneration. They would rather offer travel vouchers than give the monetary equivalent. We can help you resolve this in little or no time at all. All you have to do is submit your claim online for evaluation on wirkaufendeinenflug.de. If found valid, we will make you an offer which is transferred directly to your account within 3 - 24 hours * upon agreement by both parties. You get to keep the money given no matter the eventual outcome of proceedings and because amount payable is totally dependent on the flight distance, money given can sometimes be higher than the original ticket price.