Did you know that you can apply for compensation for business trip flights also? Compensation follows the passenger and not the person who paid for the ticket. If your flight is delayed on a business trip, then it is you who has to claim for compensation as a passenger.
The business trips have the same conditions as all other ones. Therefore, you may be entitled to compensation either if your flight is delayed for more than 3 hours on arrival, or if you are rejected to be boarded or if your flight is cancelled while you have not been notified about it 14 days before the travel date.
If you arrive to your final destination with more than 3 hours of delay, you may be entitled to compensation. The amount to be claimed depends on whether it is a domestic or international flight and the distance between the starting and final destinations.
Compensation can be received if the airline company causes the reason for the flight delay, i.e. if the delay happened not due to storms, terror or work strikes. Please note that there are other rules applied outside of EU (including Switzerland, Norway, Iceland and etc.).
Flycancel.com helps thousands of business travellers every year when their flights are delayed or cancelled. Please remember that you can claim for compensation for delayed or cancelled flights as well as rebooked ones that are up to 3 years old. All you need is to have the relevant information about the flight, such as your flight ticket, invoice or boarding card.
If you want to know more about your passenger rights on business trips, you are always welcome to contact Flycancel here!