Aegean Airlines Flight Delay Compensation

What to do in case of an Aegean Airlines flight delay

Have you recently suffered a flight delay or cancellation on an Aegean Airlines service? According to EU Regulation 261/04, you may eligible for compensation that could be worth up to €600 depending on the length of your delayed flight.

Is my flight eligible?

While Aegean Airlines has built a strong reputation for punctuality, delays are unavoidable. SkyRefund will help you claim your due compensation. In fact, we only ask you to enter in your flight details into our claim checker and we will take all of the necessary steps to win your compensation. We will bring your case to Aegean Airlines, to the administrative bodies or to court, and will ensure that the airline pays you what is rightfully yours. Meanwhile, you can lay back and relax.


How much compensation are you entitled to?

Depending on the length of your journey and the duration of the delay you experienced on your Aegean flight, you may be entitled to:

€ 250 € 400 € 600
Less than 1500 km Between 1500 & 3500 km More than 3500 km

When can you claim airline compensation?

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.


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About Aegean

Aegean Airlines was founded in Athens, Greece in 1987 as a luxury air carrier but in 1999 it began serving commercial domestic passenger flights. Aegean has established successful strategic partnerships with Lufthansa, TAP Air Portugal and in 2010, it officially became a Star Alliance member. In October 2012 Aegean acquired Olympic Air, one of its main Greek competitors.

As of 2018, Aegean services 160 routes in 28 countries as well as 12 Greek airports. Its main hubs are Athens International Airport (ATH), Thessaloniki Airport (SKG) and Larnaca International Airport (LCA) in Larnaca, Cyprus.

Aegean Airlines Rankings

The leading airline review website Skytrax has assigned Aegean Airlines an aggregate rating of 8/10 based on the airline’s overall comfort and value for money. Aegean ranks very highly for its selection of food and beverages, seat comfort, staff service and value for money.


Luggage and Fare Information

Passengers who have purchased Aegean’s Economy GoLight tickets are allowed to bring one carry-on bag onboard while Economy Flex passengers are free to check-in an additional bag that weighs no more than 23 kg for free.

Air travellers who have purchased a Business Class tickets can take two pieces of cabin luggage with them as well as check-in 2 bags with a maximum weight of 32 kg each.