Flight Claims | IronStone Legal

Delayed Flight? Cancelled or Rerouted?

You could claim up to €600 per passenger.

 

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No win, No fee and hassle free. If you have had a Delayed, Cancelled or Rerouted flight in the last 6 years you could be owed up to €600 (currently £530) in compensation Per Passenger, Per Flight, regardless of the initial cost of your ticket.

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All the necessary documentation and legwork is then done for you, so you can just sit back and relax...

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You receive your money after  ensuring you get ALL the compensation you deserve!

Example Claim

3 Passengers
From LDN to NYC
Delayed by 5 Hours

€1800

Total Compensation

=

€600 Per Passenger

If you have had a Delayed, Cancelled or Rerouted flight within the last 6 years, even if it was due to technical problems with the plane, you could be owed up to €600 Per Passenger, Per Flight, plus any unexpected expenses you paid due to the Delay.

Whether you were Delayed with the family, on a business trip, or with friends, you could be owed thousands of pounds in compensation.

Dealing with all airlines, not just the ones operating within the EU. This includes Thomas Cook, British Airways, Virgin Atlantic, EasyJet, RyanAir, Thomson, FlyBe, Aer Lingus, Jet2, KLM, and many, many more.

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IronStone Legal is a trading name of Demirtas Finance Ltd, Registered in England and Wales number 07975646.
IronStone Legal are authorised and regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority as a claims management company, Interim Permission Number 838139. 
Regulated by the Information Commissioners Office in Respect of the Data Protection Act 2018 number: Z3119423

These rights are clearly defined in the European Union's Regulation EC 261/2004 on the rights of air passengers.

*Fees may apply for cancellations outside of the 14 day cool off period.