Flight delays and cancelations can throw your plans off. Luckily, you can claim compensation under EC 261 if you’re traveling in the EU on Transavia France. The issue has to be in their control, and here’s all you need to know to see if you’re eligible to receive up to €600.

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What are Your Passengers Rights with Transavia France?

EU 261 protects your rights, regardless of the airline that you’re traveling on, as long as you’re in the European Union or meet other qualifying circumstances. Depending on the circumstances of your delay or cancellation, you have the right to a refund, rerouting, and care, including meals, accommodation, and more.

Flight Delay Compensation

When your flight is delayed more than two hours, you are entitled to basic care, including meals, refreshments, hotel accommodation and transportation (where applicable), and access to communication. If your delay is three hours or more, you can also request reimbursement and transportation to your point of origin.

You are also entitled to compensation, which can be paid as a non-fundable transportation voucher or refundable voucher.

  • Flights up to 1,500 km: €250
  • Flights between 1,500 and 3,500 km: €400
  • Flights over 3,500 km: €600
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Flight Cancellation Compensation

You may be entitled to additional compensation if you were notified of the cancellation less than two weeks before the departure and your new arrival and departure times are significantly different than your original times.

You’ll need to contact customer service to receive your compensation, which can be issued as non-refundable or refundable vouchers.

  • Flights up to 1,500 km: €250
  • Flights between 1,500 and 3,500 km: €400
  • Flights over 3,500 km: €600

The amount may vary based on the type of compensation you request, and you might get a better value when you choose their transportation credit.

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What to Do in Case of Delays or Cancellations?

Unfortunately, cancelation and delays happen. Here’s all you need to know.


  • If your flight is delayed, take note of your original departure time, the date of which you were notified, and any other information that is relevant.
  • If your delay is two hours or more and you’re already at the airport, you are entitled to care. Work with customer service to receive meals, refreshments, accommodation, transportation, communication, and more, though what you are entitled to will depend on the length of your delay.
  • After you get to your final destination, contact customer service to receive additional compensation. Depending on the length of your flight and the destination, you could be eligible for up to €600 in compensation.


  • If your flight is canceled, take note of your original flight, the date you were notified, and any other information that could be helpful.
  • If your cancelation occurred before you arrived at the airport, work with customer service to rebook your flight or rebook it yourself.
  • If your flight was canceled while at the airport, work with customer service to help get you on the next available flight. If you are entitled to care, they should offer it to you at this point.
  • Following your flight, contact customer service for additional compensation, providing all documentation. You could receive up to €600 in compensation.

Transavia France  Refund Policy

You can receive compensation under EC 261 and a full or partial refund when you are travelling on Transavia France. These are not mutually exclusive, but you do have to file a claim for both to get started. The amount you will receive under EC 261 depends on the length of your delay, time of notification for cancellation, flight length, and other factors.

The amount you can get refunded depends on Transavia France policy and the leg of your flight. You are eligible to claim both, even if you get a full refund for your original Transavia France flight.

Recently Disrupted Transavia France Flights

Date Airline (Flight number) Route Status Your compensation

About Transavia France

Transavia France is a budget airline that’s owned by Air France-KLM. Headquartered in Paray Vieille Poste, France, it has operating bases in Lyon, Montpellier, Nantes, and Paris-Orly. It has a fleet of 61 aircrafts and serves 63 destinations. As a low-cost airline, you pay for the base flight, and most additional services, including luggage, food, and drink, are additional.

Transavia France is a favorite airline for short-distance travelers within the EU because of their outstanding customer service. They have won many awards, including first prize in the tourism and transport category by the Qualiweb Awards and the best service award by Opiness.

Transavia France Flight Disruption Statistics

Year All Disrupted Flights Cancelled Flights Delayed Flights


Transavia France is covered under EC 261, so if you face a delay or cancelation within their control, you can claim additional compensation. Depending on how far your flight is, you could receive up to €600. Remember that you have to file a claim with Transavia France to be eligible. This page was updated in 2023.

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