Luton Airport Flight Delay Compensation, How You Can Claim €600 Compensation for your Delay!

How We Help You Get Compensation for Your Luton Airport Flight Delays

The flight delay compensation policy provided by the EU covers Luton Airport also and if there is any delay that can be linked to the actions or inactions of the airline, then you are eligible to receive compensation. According to the law, the delay must be over 3 hours for you to receive compensation.

It can be quite a tricky task to establish that the airline is responsible for the delay at Luton Airport. And, if you are not aware of your rights and entitlements, you can miss the compensation that is due to you. This is where we can help you. We have the expertise to make sure that you receive compensation for any delays the airline is responsible for and you can be looking at compensation of up to £530 per passenger.

Our claims process is extremely simple and you don’t have to do any of the legwork. Provide us with all the flight details and we will investigate and also take care of your compensation claim process from the start to the end. And, until we win your case for you and you receive the compensation that is due to you, you do not have to pay our fee. So, what are you waiting for? Start your compensation claims process today.

Why Are Flights Delayed at London Luton Airport?

Often, flights do not depart according to their schedule and this can be expected at a large airport like London Luton Airport that caters to thousands of passengers on a daily basis. The reasons for delays and stoppages of flights at London Luton Airport are for similar reasons that you’d find at the other airports. Most of the reasons for delays include weather conditions, security issues and logistic snags on the airlines’ part.

In the year 2014, a minor explosion in London Luton Airport caused the disruption of the arrival and departure of several flights for over 4 hours. There have been delays in flights on many occasions because of weather problems. Typically, any delays because of logistic reasons are resolved in a quick manner to make sure that these delays do not last for very long.

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  • Were there Airlines at Luton airport that had disrupted flights by 3 hours or more?
  • Were you denied boarding or missed a connection?
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Frequently Asked Questions

What causes a flight delay?

From time to time, flights do not leave on schedule. This is to be expected in an airport of this magnitude catering for thousands of people on a daily basis. The major causes of flight stoppages at Luton are similar to the situation at other airports. Logistic challenges on the part of the airline, weather challenges and security challenges are the main possible reasons why there’s flight delays at London Luton. In 2014, a controlled explosion in the airport search area disrupted the arrival and departure of dozens of flights for four hours.

Luton Airport (LTN) weather delay challenges have also led to the protraction of flights on several occasions in the past. Cases of logistic challenges on the part of the airlines mentioned above are often resolved in the quickest possible manner to ensure the delays don’t linger for far too long, anything that causes a delay due to the fault of the airline should be compensated by the airline. Legally, compensation for weather delayed flights at Luton Airport is not going to stack up in court.

What should I do during a flight delay at Luton airport?

This part is quite important. We’re not sure if there’s a flight delay lounge at Luton, but here’s what you should do:

  • Check the reason for your flight delay with the airline directly
  • Swap contact details with other passengers waiting to board the same flight
  • Check other flights to see if they have any Luton flight disruptions
  • Get evidence for your delay – this would be receipts & vouchers for refreshments/food, photos & video proof of what is happening (and what the airline is doing about it)
  • The airline has a duty toward it’s passengers to provide vouchers for basic refreshments & services, especially after a prolonged delay of 2 hrs or more

Here’s exactly what the airline should be offering you depending on the distance of the flight and how long you’ve been delayed.

  • For Short distances of 1500km or less: Refreshments, food and 2 emails, phone calls or faxes should be offered after 2 hours of delay
  • For Medium distances of 1501km – 3500km: Refreshments, food and 2 emails, phone calls or faxes should be offered after 3 hours of delay
  • For Long distances of 3501+km: Refreshments, food and 2 emails, phone calls or faxes should be offered after 4 hours of delay
  • But once Luton delays get over 5 hours, you are within your rights to cancel your flight, from this point the airline must refund your costs OR offer you alternative transport
  • If the next flight isn’t until the next day the airline must offer you a hotel as well as transfer to and from the airport.

Luton Airport Delays Today – Get info on Luton Airport cancellations

You may be asking “Why are flights from luton delayed today?” there could be a number of reasons (listed above) but to find out delays for today just go to the London Luton website: https://www.london-luton.co.uk/flights which will show you live departures and flight status, including any Luton airport delays and cancellations. This will also help if you need to know “Are Luton flights cancelled?”.

When should I ask for compensation and make a delay and disruption claim at Luton Airport?

The flight suspension compensation policy as provided by EU regulation 261 equally covers Luton airport. You are therefore due compensation if you can prove the delay is directly as a result of the airline’s actions or inactions. By law, the delay must have been at least 3 hours to be due compensation. We know it could be tricky to establish the fact that the airline is responsible for a delay. This is why we have a simplified claims process that doesn’t involve any legwork from you. All you need to do is send us your flight number and we will let you know if you are due compensation based on all factors surrounding your flight. We have years of experience dealing with delays just like yours. Even if your delay was 6 years ago, you will still be able to check past flight delays at Luton (LTN) Airport.

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