How to Get Compensated When an Airline Delays, Cancels or Overbooks Your Flight
AirHelp is a brilliant website, app and service built to help you get the money owed to you by the airlines when things go wrong. AirHelp helps airline passengers around the world secure compensation for delayed, cancelled or overbooked flights. Most travelers don’t know that they can get up to $1,300 cash for domestic flights and $800 for flights in the European Union when these sorts of things happen (sometimes, at least).
Basically, AirHelp is an airline’s worst nightmare because it fights for those who are unsure of their rights or lack the time, confidence or expertise to embark on their claims processes independently. AirHelp doesn’t charge a fee if they don’t get you cash but if they do, they get 25%, which seems fair to me. Have you used it? What do you think?
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