Flights - Departing non-EU on EU carrier - Delayed flight
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- If you're flying with a European airline and you're flying to or from a European Union country (or Iceland, Liechtenstein, Norway and Switzerland) are covered by EU regulation 261/2004.
- This gives you the right to expect a certain level of care at the airport and gives you the right to compensation and refunds if you experience significant delays.
- Generally, you can claim for air compensation of up to €600 if your flight is delayed for more than three hours – as long as the delay wasn't under 'extraordinary circumstances' that are out of the airline's control.
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