Sep 18, 2017
If your re-booked flight arrives more than four hours later than the flight you were originally booked on, you can claim 250 euros - around £220. If the new flight re-routes you via another destination, and you end up with a longer flight as a result - you can still claim compensation, but at a lower rate. If you are flying on a short-haul flight, and the re-routed flight is at least two hours late, you can claim 125 euros - around £110. If flying more than 1,500km, and the flight is at least three hours late, you can claim 400 euros. If a new short-haul flight is re-routed, taking off more than one hour before your original flight, but arriving two hours after it, you can claim 125 euros.
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