How to claim Air Canada flight delay compensation?
You might have rights under EU law when it comes to flight delay compensation. This page will give you the details on how you can claim Air Canada flight delay compensation.
Before making a claim for compensation on a delayed Air Canada flight, you first need to know what you are entitled to. The list of compensation amounts are highlighted here so please check this before making your delayed Air Canada flight compensation complaint.
Have you already complained to Air Canada?
Please note that to be eligible to make a flight delay complaint against Air Canada, you must have already complained to Air Canada directly in writing and either received a final written response (sometimes referred to as a ‘deadlock letter’) or given Air Canada eight (8) weeks to respond to your flight delay compensation dispute. AviationADR can only deal with unresolved complaints.
Which complaints does the airline sector cover?
The airline sector covers complaints against any Air Canada flight where the flight in question arrived or departed (or was due to arrive/depart) from a UK airport.
How to make a complaint?
For more information about AviationADR, please view our FAQ page.
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