Pegasus Airlines Flight Delay Compensation

If your Pegasus Airlines flight was delayed or canceled, you may have the right to compensation under European Regulation EC 261.

The amount of compensation is up to 600€ ($700).

About Pegasus Airline

Pegasus airline is based on the low cost airline carrier. It is established in 1989 with the help of Aer Lingus. The headquarters of Pegasus airline is located at Istanbul, Turkey. Pegasus properly started flying in 1990 with the help of two Boeing that is Net and Aer Lingus. Now the Pegasus is the pure Turkish government airline. In 2005, ESAS owned the Pegasus airlines and now it is in the control of ESAS. Pegasus is based on the low cost airline and provides the flyers program that is “Pegasus Plus”.

How to Claim Flight Delay Compensation?

If you have any doubts to make your claim or using our Flight Delay Compensation Calculator you can see our video illustrated on “How to Claim Compensation from Airlines?”

This video will demonstrate you on: How To Claim Compensation for Delayed or Cancelled Flights.

Some major destinations of Pegasus airline

Mostly the Pegasus flights are within the Turkey but it also flies to many other destinations. The following are some of the important destinations of Pegasus airline:

  1. France
    2. Romania
    3. Serbia
    4. Germany
    5. British
    6. Amsterdam
    7. Kazakhstan
    8. Egypt
    9. Delhi
    10. Middle East
    11. Las Vegas

Flight cancellations and delays in Pegasus airlines

Flight cancellations and delays are the common problems which are faced by almost all the airlines. There are the times when the passengers face the delays or the cancellations of the flight then they are unable to claim the compensation against the airline company. Pegasus airline has a policy to compensate the passengers even for the three hours delay in flight. Along with that there is a process for the flight deny and cancellation of the flights.

All those airlines which fly from Europe must follow the EU norms which bound the airline to compensate the passengers. Denied boarding is also another issue which the travelers face and this issue also comes under the EU norms in which the airline has to compensate the passengers.

All the claims are accordingly to the norm of the EU. Our airline company has a legal expert who helps the passengers to process the claims and also advise them to avail their legal right in case if the passengers are unaware of their right. The passengers can discuss the claim related matter with our legal experts free of cost via website. The other free of cost facility is the claim calculator for the passengers.

Our team of legal experts can also file the claims for the passengers or the passengers get the step by step process of filing the claim. In this case, the legal experts take the commission for the services once the process completed.

All the filed claims are successful due to the reason that they are being processed under strict supervision of EU norms and regulations. The legal experts facilitate the passengers to file the claims against the airline. Our team of legal experts fully understands the passengers’ rights and follows the claim process accordingly.

Department of Transportation also known as DOT has set certain air-travel rights for people who are travelling from US to EU. If you are bumped due to overbooking, delayed for 3 hours or went through flight cancelation, you have right to claim for compensation. You can use our online calculator to check how much amount you can claim for.

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