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Your right to compensation when your flight to or from Dyce Airport is cancelled

Your right to compensation for a flight cancellation depends on the timing of the airline notification:

  • If you were informed more than 2 weeks in advance, you are not entitled to compensation.
  • If you were notified between 14 and 7 days prior to the scheduled departure and arrived more than 4 hours later than planned, you are entitled to compensation.
  • If you were notified 7 days or less before the scheduled departure and arrived more than 2 hours later than planned, you are entitled to compensation.

Please note that you are only entitled to compensation if you were departing from an EU country or flying from outside the EU to an EU country with a European airline.

Brexit: did it change regulations for UK passengers to or from Dyce Airport

Regulation 261/2004 was amended after Brexit to the The Air Passenger Rights and Air Travel Organisers’ Licensing (Amendment) (EU Exit) Regulations 2019 has been set in place to uphold your rights as airline passenger when you flight is or cancelled. Both legislations protect your rights as an airline passenger and determines the obligations of the airline.

What are your rights if your flight to or from Dyce Airport is cancelled?

Your entitlement to compensation for a flight cancellation hinges on when you were notified of the cancellation:

  • If you were informed more than 2 weeks in advance, you are not eligible for compensation.
  • If you were informed between 14 and 7 days prior to departure, and you arrived at your destination more than 4 hours later, you are eligible for compensation.
  • If you were informed 7 days or less before departure, and you arrived at your destination more than 2 hours later, you are eligible for compensation.

It is important to note that compensation is only applicable if you were traveling from an EU country, or if you were traveling from a non-EU country to an EU country with a European airline.

Flight cancellation to or from Dyce Airport due to extraordinary circumstances

There are situations when you may not be entitled to compensation for a cancelled flight to or from Dyce Airport. These are referred to as “extraordinary circumstances,” which are situations beyond the airline’s control.

Examples of such circumstances include flight cancellations due to severe weather, air traffic control strikes, and acts of terrorism. In these situations, the airline should be able to demonstrate that they were not responsible for the flight cancellation.

Dyce Airport flight compensation: what to expect?

If your flight to or from Dyce Airport has been cancelled, and if it is covered under Regulation 261/2004, you are entitled to compensation, provided that there were no extraordinary circumstances. The amount of compensation you will receive is determined by the distance of your flight, and is a set amount.

Calculate the distance of your flight

Within the EU:

  • €250 compensation for a cancelled flight up to 1500 km
  • €400 compensation for a cancelled flight between 1500 and 3500 km

For flight destinations outside the EU you are entitled to:

  • €250 compensation for a cancelled flight up to 1500 km
  • €400 compensation for a cancelled flight between 1500 and 3500 km
  • €600 compensation for a flight exceeding 3500 km

Financial compensation for flight cancellation to or from Dyce Airport

EUclaim offers free advice on whether you are entitled to compensation for your cancelled flight to or from Dyce Airport. All we need are your flight details. Share your flight number and the date of the cancelled flight and you will immediately receive our advice. If you submit your claim through EUclaim, we will handle the entire process on a ‘no win, no fee’ basis and ensure you get what you’re entitled to.

Flight cancellations with a right to compensation

At EUclaim, we analyze over 13 million daily reports on flights, news, and weather to provide you with the latest information on recently cancelled flights, along with the reasons for the cancellations. If your flight has been cancelled, simply check our list to see if your flight is included and to find out what caused the issue.

Problem flights from or to Dyce Airport

Did you unexpectedly incur additional costs due to the cancelled flight to or from Dyce Airport?

If your flight is delayed by two hours or more, the airline is responsible for taking care of your needs. This includes providing you with food and drinks, as well as accommodations and transportation to and from the accommodation if necessary. If the airline doesn’t offer these services, you’re allowed to arrange them yourself. Just be sure to keep all receipts for any additional costs incurred.

About EUclaim

Since 2007, EUclaim has been dedicated to helping passengers receive compensation from airlines for flight cancellations and delays. We stay up-to-date on the latest developments by analyzing over 13 million daily reports on flights, news, and weather.

Our team of legal experts assesses each case to ensure compliance with Regulation 261/2004 or The Air Passenger Rights and Air Travel Organisers’ Licensing (Amendment) (EU Exit) Regulations 2019.

Our data-driven approach, combined with the expertise of our legal team, has resulted in a 97% success rate in court. When you work with EUclaim, you can rest assured that we’ll do everything we can to help you receive compensation.

Don’t let a flight cancellation or delay ruin your plans. Contact us today!

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EUclaim: Countries and Airlines Eligible for Flight Compensation Claims

In order to obtain compensation, legal proceedings may sometimes be required. However, please note that EUclaim may not be able to process your claim in every country. By checking your flight details in our database, you can quickly determine whether or not you are eligible to file a claim.

If you are flying to or from one of the following countries, you can file a claim

  • The Netherlands
  • Germany
  • Belgium
  • France
  • Spain
  • The United Kingdom

Or are you flying with an airline that originated in one of these countries? If so, you can also file a claim.

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Is claiming not possible with EUclaim? We advise you to file a claim directly with the responsible airline.

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