Japan Airlines Denied Boarding Compensation
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Check Your Japan Airlines Denied Boarding Compensation
Found yourself facing denied boarding while flying with Japan Airlines? We understand the frustration, but here’s some hope: you might be entitled to compensation. Experience our specialized tool for Japan Airlines denied boarding cases, designed to provide quick clarity about your eligibility status. By delving into the specifics of your flight, it simplifies the process of making a claim. Embrace this opportunity to grasp your passenger rights and take the first step towards a smooth compensation request.
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Your Air Passenger Rights with Japan Airlines
If you experienced flight disruptions caused by Japan Airlines within the past 6 years, you might be eligible to receive compensation of up to £540 per passenger under EC261/2004 regulation. Our online claims form makes it easy for you to get started with your Japan Airlines compensation without any obligation.
Important points to consider:
- The compensation you’re entitled to will depend on the distance of the flight.
- To be eligible for compensation, the disruption must be due to an issue with the airline. Extraordinary circumstances, such as extreme weather or air traffic control strikes, are not covered.
- To be eligible for compensation, the flight must have either departed from an EU airport, regardless of the airline, or arrived at an EU airport using an EU carrier.
- Arrived at your destination 3 hours late or you were notified of the cancellation less than 14 days before departure.
Regardless of the ticket price, every passenger in your booking is entitled to compensation if the flight was disrupted. This means that even if you purchased a ticket for as little as £20, you could still receive up to £540 per passenger. So don’t miss out on your right to compensation – start your claim today!
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