About Fiumicino Airport and reasons for flight delay or cancellation at the airport.
It is a major international airport in Rome, Italy. It is one of the busiest airports in Europe by passenger traffic with around 42 million passengers travelling via the airport annually. It is also the largest airport in Italy and the eighth-largest in Europe. The airport serves as the main hub for Alitalia, the largest Italian airways and Vueling, a Spanish low-cost carrier owned by international Airlines group. As with other Airports with immense number of passengers, flight delay and cancellation is inevitable. Events such as illness of a crew member, bad weather or technical defects all bring about flight delays and cancellations.
What you can do while waiting.
An unsavory hold up time frequently follows a declaration of a flight deferral or cancellation. Be that as it may, travelers are encouraged to utilize the hold up time adequately. The best practice is to gather proof of the deferral or cancellation in writing from the authorities while ensuring that the purpose behind the flight postponement or cancellations is clearly stated. The essence of doing this is to help ease the stress related with laying remuneration claims.
The airplane terminal has an enormous number of shops, bistros and eateries where travelers can make themselves comfortable after proof of delay or cancellation must have been gotten.
Your rights as an air-passenger and how we can assist you.
The only good thing that comes with a flight delay or cancellation is that you may be eligible for compensation. This has been made possible by the European Passenger Rights Regulation. The amount payable isn’t dependent or reliant on the ticket price but the flight distance. What this means is that you may end up getting more than the ticket price as compensation. It must be noted however that compensation can only be paid to passengers whose flight has been delayed for at least 3 hours or passengers whose flight is cancelled without prior notification of at least 14 days before scheduled departure date. Airlines are usually held responsible for all but exceptional cases of a flight delay or cancellation. Such cases include bird strikes or storms.
Battling the airline on your own usually does not yield fruit. Success is only achieved by filing a lawsuit which could sometimes take one year before resolution is reached. We can save you the stress and time. All you have to do is submit your claim on wirkaufendeinenflug.de and we will evaluate it. If found to be valid after evaluation, we will make you an offer which is payable within 3 - 24 hours * upon agreement.