How to get compensation for your Montenegro Airlines flight delay?
According to European Regulation 261, if you have recently experienced a flight delay onboard a Montenegro Airlines service, you may be eligible for compensation. Depending on the length of the flight, you may be entitled to a refund of up to €600.
Even though, airlines are EU regulated to pay compensation for their delays, it can be very difficult to enforce your right to compensation on your own. However, SkyRefund can make the process quick and easy for you. You only need to submit your flight details and our automated system will allow you to find out if you are eligible for flight delay compensation from Montenegro Airlines in less than a minute.
How SkyRefund can help you claim your Montenegro Airlines compensation?
Our legal experts can then help you receive your Montenegro Airlines compensation. We will take care of all of the communication and paperwork. We will conduct thorough research into the circumstances which caused the delay and contact any national enforcement bodies. We are even ready to defend your right to compensation in court if necessary.
In the meantime, you can sit back and relax. We will inform you of the developments with regards to your case every step of the way.
We work on a “No Win, No Fee” policy. This means that we will receive our fee (35% of the Montenegro Airlines compensation amount) only if we are successful in retrieving your flight refund. If, for any reason, we are not successful, we would have done our best, but you would not owe us anything.
How much compensation are you entitled to for your flight delay?
Depending on the length of your journey and the duration of the delay you experienced on your Wizz Air flight, you may be entitled to:
|€ 250||€ 400||€ 600|
|Less than 1500 km||Between 1500 & 3500 km||More than 3500 km|
When can you apply for compensation from Montenegro Airlines?
If your arrival to or from any European airport was delayed by more than three hours or your flight cancellation resulted in a delay longer than three hours, or you were denied boarding, you can apply to claim your compensation. And we suggest doing it with SkyRefund. It’s quick and easy.
About Montenegro Airlines
Montenegro Airlines, the Montenegrin flag carrier, was founded in 1994. The airline’s main hub is located at Podgorica Airport (TGD) and the airline enjoys a secondary hub at Tivat Airport (TIV). By 2004, the company had carried more than a million passengers. In 2008, Montenegro Airlines established regular flights to London-Gatwick (LGW) and Milan-Malpensa International Airport (MXP). Today, the airline flies to 21 destinations across Europe. Its fleet consists of 3 Embraer 195 and two Fokker 100 aircraft.
Montenegro Airlines Rankings
Skytrax, the leading airlines review aggregator, has given Montenegro Airlines an overall rating of 5/10. This rating reflects the airline’s overall comfort and their flights’ value for money. The Montenegrin airline scores high for value for money, but according to Skytrax, at the expense of inflight entertainment.
Luggage and Fare Information
Montenegro Airlines allows Economy Class passengers to check-in a single piece of luggage (up to 23 kg) for free. In addition, travelers can bring a single piece of hand luggage which should not exceed 8 kg in weight. Learn more about your air passenger rights in case of a flight delay.