Air France Flight Delay Compensation Information
What to do in case of an Air France flight delay?
Whether you are travelling for business or pleasure, suffering a flight delay can be very stressful. But if you have recently experienced a flight delay or cancellation on an Air France service, you could be eligible for compensation of up to €600 as per EU Regulation 261/04.
While flight delays can be overwhelming in their own right, attempting to negotiate your compensation could be even more tiresome. It is important to have a reliable partner at your side who could make it easier.
At SkyRefund we specialize in helping passengers claim their due compensation for their delays. Based on your flight details, our claim checker will determine if your flight is eligible for compensation and our expert legal team will then open talks with Air France to enforce your rights, making it an effortless experience for you.
Rest assured—there’s no risk for you as we would only receive our commission once we successfully win your compensation.
How much compensation are you entitled to for your delay?
Depending on the length of your journey and the duration of the flight delay you experienced, the amount of compensation you are owed is determined as follows:
|€ 250||€ 400||€ 600|
|Less than 1500 km||Between 1500 & 3500 km||More than 3500 km|
When can you apply for compensation from Air France
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 Air France
Air France, one of Europe’s largest air carriers in terms of passengers and revenue, was founded in 1933. In 1953 it became the first air carrier to use jetliners for passenger travel. Air France was also the first customer of Airbus Industrie’s A300, the manufacturer’s first commercial airliner. The airline was the French flag carrier for more than seventy years before the company merged with KLM in 2004.
Today, the company’s fleet serves nearly 170 destinations in more than 90 countries across six continents. Both of its main hubs are located in Paris; they are the Charles de Gaulle Airport (CDG), Europe’s second busiest airport, and the Paris Orly Airport (ORY).
Air France Rankings
Air carrier review website Skytrax has awarded Air France an aggregate score of 6/10 for their flights’ overall passenger comfort as well as value for money.
In addition, according to the flight data website FlightStats, nearly 25% of Air France flights experience a delay with an average delay duration of 45 minutes.
Luggage and Fare Information
Light/Basic and other Economy Fare passengers are permitted to bring in one piece of carry-on luggage with them onboard their Air France flights and Economy Fare passengers on non-Light/Basic services can check-in a bag that weighs no more than 23 kg.
Business Class travellers are allowed to take two pieces of hand luggage with them into the cabin and to check-in two bags up to 32 kg.