My flight was from non-EU country. Can I get compensation for delayed flight? Can I get Jet2 delayed flight compensation in this case? How many hours flight delay before compensation? What are “passenger rights delayed flight” in this case?

Last updated on November 6, 2018

Yes, you can get compensation for delayed flight if you traveled from non-EU country, the only requirement is that the airlines must be registered in EU, in this case Jet2 meets requirements. And, of course, other Regulation (EC) No. 261/2004 requirements must be accomplished the flight must be delayed for more than 3 hours and the reason for delay can’t be extraordinary circumstances in order to receive delayed flight compensation. You may check how much you are entitled to compensation with the help of our Compensation Calculator.

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