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Airlines with the most delays and most punctual airports




In 2017, airline passengers should have received millions of euros in compensation due to delays or cancellation, and flights to Turkey have a record of these chapters.

Live Airline Flight Cancellations Info & Statistics FlightAware
Total delays today: 1,636. Total delays within, into, or out of the United States today: 49. Total cancellations today: 1,984. Total cancellations within, into, or out of the United States today: 1,815 ...

AirHelp, the world leader in compensation for airline passengers, identified throughout 2017 over 42,000 Romanian passengers eligible for compensation from airlines. If they applied for compensation, as they were entitled, the compensation would amount to approximately EUR 12 million.      Due to the large number of delays and / or cancellations, Turkey was the most problematic destination for Romanian passengers in 2017. Most delayed, canceled or overbooked flights are on the Bucharest-Istanbul (Ataturk Airport) route. More specifically, last year, 621 flights recorded a cumulative delay of 14,134 minutes, equivalent to about 10 days. Out of over 152,000 flights are operated annually, of which more than 36,000 have been delayed or canceled.   The most crowded month for Romania in 2017 was November. After the large number of delayed or canceled external flights, the most problematic destinations were Istanbul (Turkey), Vienna (Austria) and Munich (Germany).    The internal route with the highest delays or cancellations was Timişoara-Bucharest , with 17%.   Romania, at the middle of the ranking with the biggest flight delays. Tarom and Ryanair among the weakest performances   Compared to airports such as Singapore Changi, which has the best references, or London Gatwick, The recorded performances place them in the middle of the leaderboard.

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The AirHelp rankings, which track the punctuality, services, and claim processing rate, show that Tarom and Ryanair have the weakest performance.   "Year 2017 was very exciting for airline passengers. Let's recall the wave of races canceled by TAP Portugal in August and September, when passengers were not only picked up for a few days in a row, but did not receive any information regarding the status of their trip. Immediately after cancellations of Ryanair flights, which also affected passengers. What many of them forget is that in the event of flight delays of more than three hours or cancellation of flights, they are entitled to compensation from airlines, which can reach up to 600 euros. However, although it is their right, less than 2% of passengers apply for compensation. We recommend that passengers who have been affected by delays or cancellations of flights in 2017 should read their rights and ensure that they do not waive the compensation they are entitled to receive. The AirHelp mission is to help passengers get their compensation. Airline passengers who have been delayed or canceled can check their eligibility for compensation in the AirHelp free app, available for iOS and Android, or on the AirHelp site. The whole process does not take more than a few minutes.

Airlines should pay compensation if flights are cancelled

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The case was brought before the Court of Justice of the European Union by a couple from Holland, whose flight from Quito, Ecuador, to Amsterdam, suffered a delay of 29 hours.

The airline refused to pay compensation on the ground that unforeseen technical problems that have imposed this delay constitutes exceptional circumstances.

According to EU legislationair carriers do not have to pay compensation if the cancellation or postponement of flights is caused by "exceptional circumstances", such as bad weather, strikes or political instability, which can not be avoided even if all reasonable measures should be taken.

In his defense, the airline said that those two components defects that caused the delay have not exceeded their term average operational and their producer did not provide any specific information, according to which might seem fault when the equipment reaches a certain lifespan.

In reasoning the ECJ pointed out that although the technical problems could be exceptional circumstances, for example if those caused by acts of sabotage or terrorism, the same is not true for problems that occur during maintenance the airplane or on grounds of non maintenance operations.

"In the course of an airlineunexpected events inherent in the normal exercise of the activity of a company, given that carriers face regularly unexpected technical. No component of an aircraft does not last forever," says CJ.

Consumer associations have welcomed the ECJ because it provides greater clarity on what constitutes "exceptional circumstances", adding that airlines often offered this reason to refuse to provide compensation in case of technical problems.

A ranking of international airports where they reported very few races late 2015, conducted by website analytics tourism OAG is helping travellers who want to avoid waiting periods before leaving for a destination or another.

The world's most punctual airports revealed and the UK only has ONE
It turns out that if you want the best chance of a smooth journey, it's best to use hubs in JapanRussia, Finland or the US, according to a new report, which reveals the most punctual airports in the world. Shamefully, the only airport in the UK to ...

Airports in JapanRussiaFinland and the US have proven the performance after analysis by OAG, because they have the fewest recorded last year delayed flights. OAG report reviewed airports divided into three categories: small, medium and large, based on the number of seats sold annually, notes the Daily Mail. Thus, a small airport category fewer than 10 million people sold annually, a model of punctuality in this category Itami airport in Osaka Japan with a rating of 93.85%. The analysis was based on the flights should take off or arrive within 15 minutes of the scheduled departure or arrival announced. In the category of medium airports at Copenhagen was ranked first with a rating of 88.53% of flights arrived on time in 2015. Regarding major airports of the world, Tokyo Haneda from Japan included this year in the first position of the ranking, with 91.25% of flights timed departure and destination announced.

Travel compensation and how to claim them

Affected passengers are entitled to compensation up to 600 euros per person if their flight had a delay of more than 3 hours, was canceled or overbooked. Tourists can apply for and obtain compensation even if the airline offers them another flight to the destination where they have to arrive, vouchers for food and drink and / or accommodation.

The right to compensation for flights delayed, canceled or overbooked by an airline or low-cost airline is regulated by the European Union by Regulation (EC) 261/2004. The condition is that the passenger leaves the European Union with any airline or arrives in the European Union with an airline registered in the EU (or IcelandNorway or Switzerland). For example, an American citizen flying from the US or Africa to an EU destination with a company like Air France or Lufthansa is entitled to compensation if his flight is affected by delays, cancellations or overbookings.

However, affected passengers may only be eligible for compensation under the following conditions:

Flights take delays of at least three hours
It is the fault of the airline (eg an aircraft has been damaged).
It is not a cause for compensation for weather conditions, bad weather, political disturbances, terrorist attacks.
The airline refuses to board the passenger

Also, according to European Directive 261/2004, if a flight has several stopovers, the delay in one of them can be compensated if the eligibility conditions are met. It is essential that all those flights be on a single reservation. Currently, AirHelp says, many flights are operated in code-share with airline partners in the same alliance, but the company issuing the flight ticket is responsible for running the race to the end, including for delays or cancellations that may occur. This year, flights delayed or canceled due to spontaneous strikes of pilots and flight attendants or airport staff automatically fall into the right to compensation. Passengers can apply retroactively for damages within three years after the affected flight time and can receive compensation up to 600 euros.



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A study conducted by AirHelp at EU level shows that: 85% of citizens of member countries do not know what rights they have as airline passengers. 66% of European tourists claim that airlines do not provide sufficient information about their rights as passengers 13 million passengers annually lose 5 billion euros, because they do not apply for delayed, canceled or overbooked flights.

Although passengers are entitled to apply for compensation up to 600 euros, only 50% of them apply for compensation. One of the main reasons is that air carriers do not inform passengers about their rights, as 66% of the study participants claim. Moreover, despite the 14-year EC 261 law governing the right of passengers to compensation, they do not apply for compensation for the following reasons: they do not know that they have this right (42%), I do not think they are eligible for damages (36 %) and do not know how to file a complaint (24%).



How to claim compensation when a flight is delayed - Telegraph
Sep 19, 2017 ... If you are departing from an EU airport, or travelling with an EU carrier, you are entitled to care and compensation in the event of long delays ...














In 2017, airline passengers should have received millions of euros in compensation due to delays or cancellation, and flights to Turkey have a record of these chapters.

Live Airline Flight Cancellations Info & Statistics FlightAware
Total delays today: 1,636. Total delays within, into, or out of the United States today: 49. Total cancellations today: 1,984. Total cancellations within, into, or out of the United States today: 1,815 ...

AirHelp, the world leader in compensation for airline passengers, identified throughout 2017 over 42,000 Romanian passengers eligible for compensation from airlines. If they applied for compensation, as they were entitled, the compensation would amount to approximately EUR 12 million.      Due to the large number of delays and / or cancellations, Turkey was the most problematic destination for Romanian passengers in 2017. Most delayed, canceled or overbooked flights are on the Bucharest-Istanbul (Ataturk Airport) route. More specifically, last year, 621 flights recorded a cumulative delay of 14,134 minutes, equivalent to about 10 days. Out of over 152,000 flights are operated annually, of which more than 36,000 have been delayed or canceled.   The most crowded month for Romania in 2017 was November. After the large number of delayed or canceled external flights, the most problematic destinations were Istanbul (Turkey), Vienna (Austria) and Munich (Germany).    The internal route with the highest delays or cancellations was Timişoara-Bucharest , with 17%.   Romania, at the middle of the ranking with the biggest flight delays. Tarom and Ryanair among the weakest performances   Compared to airports such as Singapore Changi, which has the best references, or London Gatwick, The recorded performances place them in the middle of the leaderboard.

EN - US -  468x60 - Banner


The AirHelp rankings, which track the punctuality, services, and claim processing rate, show that Tarom and Ryanair have the weakest performance.   "Year 2017 was very exciting for airline passengers. Let's recall the wave of races canceled by TAP Portugal in August and September, when passengers were not only picked up for a few days in a row, but did not receive any information regarding the status of their trip. Immediately after cancellations of Ryanair flights, which also affected passengers. What many of them forget is that in the event of flight delays of more than three hours or cancellation of flights, they are entitled to compensation from airlines, which can reach up to 600 euros. However, although it is their right, less than 2% of passengers apply for compensation. We recommend that passengers who have been affected by delays or cancellations of flights in 2017 should read their rights and ensure that they do not waive the compensation they are entitled to receive. The AirHelp mission is to help passengers get their compensation. Airline passengers who have been delayed or canceled can check their eligibility for compensation in the AirHelp free app, available for iOS and Android, or on the AirHelp site. The whole process does not take more than a few minutes.

Airlines should pay compensation if flights are cancelled

FlightStats Global Cancellations and Delays
The global flight cancellation and delay tracker from flightstats.com is the most trusted and comprehensive day-of-travel snapshot.

The case was brought before the Court of Justice of the European Union by a couple from Holland, whose flight from Quito, Ecuador, to Amsterdam, suffered a delay of 29 hours.

The airline refused to pay compensation on the ground that unforeseen technical problems that have imposed this delay constitutes exceptional circumstances.

According to EU legislationair carriers do not have to pay compensation if the cancellation or postponement of flights is caused by "exceptional circumstances", such as bad weather, strikes or political instability, which can not be avoided even if all reasonable measures should be taken.

In his defense, the airline said that those two components defects that caused the delay have not exceeded their term average operational and their producer did not provide any specific information, according to which might seem fault when the equipment reaches a certain lifespan.

In reasoning the ECJ pointed out that although the technical problems could be exceptional circumstances, for example if those caused by acts of sabotage or terrorism, the same is not true for problems that occur during maintenance the airplane or on grounds of non maintenance operations.

"In the course of an airlineunexpected events inherent in the normal exercise of the activity of a company, given that carriers face regularly unexpected technical. No component of an aircraft does not last forever," says CJ.

Consumer associations have welcomed the ECJ because it provides greater clarity on what constitutes "exceptional circumstances", adding that airlines often offered this reason to refuse to provide compensation in case of technical problems.

A ranking of international airports where they reported very few races late 2015, conducted by website analytics tourism OAG is helping travellers who want to avoid waiting periods before leaving for a destination or another.

The world's most punctual airports revealed and the UK only has ONE
It turns out that if you want the best chance of a smooth journey, it's best to use hubs in JapanRussia, Finland or the US, according to a new report, which reveals the most punctual airports in the world. Shamefully, the only airport in the UK to ...

Airports in JapanRussiaFinland and the US have proven the performance after analysis by OAG, because they have the fewest recorded last year delayed flights. OAG report reviewed airports divided into three categories: small, medium and large, based on the number of seats sold annually, notes the Daily Mail. Thus, a small airport category fewer than 10 million people sold annually, a model of punctuality in this category Itami airport in Osaka Japan with a rating of 93.85%. The analysis was based on the flights should take off or arrive within 15 minutes of the scheduled departure or arrival announced. In the category of medium airports at Copenhagen was ranked first with a rating of 88.53% of flights arrived on time in 2015. Regarding major airports of the world, Tokyo Haneda from Japan included this year in the first position of the ranking, with 91.25% of flights timed departure and destination announced.

Travel compensation and how to claim them

Affected passengers are entitled to compensation up to 600 euros per person if their flight had a delay of more than 3 hours, was canceled or overbooked. Tourists can apply for and obtain compensation even if the airline offers them another flight to the destination where they have to arrive, vouchers for food and drink and / or accommodation.

The right to compensation for flights delayed, canceled or overbooked by an airline or low-cost airline is regulated by the European Union by Regulation (EC) 261/2004. The condition is that the passenger leaves the European Union with any airline or arrives in the European Union with an airline registered in the EU (or IcelandNorway or Switzerland). For example, an American citizen flying from the US or Africa to an EU destination with a company like Air France or Lufthansa is entitled to compensation if his flight is affected by delays, cancellations or overbookings.

However, affected passengers may only be eligible for compensation under the following conditions:

Flights take delays of at least three hours
It is the fault of the airline (eg an aircraft has been damaged).
It is not a cause for compensation for weather conditions, bad weather, political disturbances, terrorist attacks.
The airline refuses to board the passenger

Also, according to European Directive 261/2004, if a flight has several stopovers, the delay in one of them can be compensated if the eligibility conditions are met. It is essential that all those flights be on a single reservation. Currently, AirHelp says, many flights are operated in code-share with airline partners in the same alliance, but the company issuing the flight ticket is responsible for running the race to the end, including for delays or cancellations that may occur. This year, flights delayed or canceled due to spontaneous strikes of pilots and flight attendants or airport staff automatically fall into the right to compensation. Passengers can apply retroactively for damages within three years after the affected flight time and can receive compensation up to 600 euros.



Compensation for Travel Time for Non-Exempt Employees ...
Compensation for Travel Time for Non-Exempt Employees. Travel time that constitutes work time must be compensated as such, according to the Fair Labor  ...



A study conducted by AirHelp at EU level shows that: 85% of citizens of member countries do not know what rights they have as airline passengers. 66% of European tourists claim that airlines do not provide sufficient information about their rights as passengers 13 million passengers annually lose 5 billion euros, because they do not apply for delayed, canceled or overbooked flights.

Although passengers are entitled to apply for compensation up to 600 euros, only 50% of them apply for compensation. One of the main reasons is that air carriers do not inform passengers about their rights, as 66% of the study participants claim. Moreover, despite the 14-year EC 261 law governing the right of passengers to compensation, they do not apply for compensation for the following reasons: they do not know that they have this right (42%), I do not think they are eligible for damages (36 %) and do not know how to file a complaint (24%).



How to claim compensation when a flight is delayed - Telegraph
Sep 19, 2017 ... If you are departing from an EU airport, or travelling with an EU carrier, you are entitled to care and compensation in the event of long delays ...











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