Air France - Flight Cancellations
The French flag carrier offers both passengers and cargo services worldwide. Each year their medium-haul flight remains stable, but the long-haul flights with the airline are growing in popularity, as does the number of flights departing. The global hub is at the Charles de Gaulle Airport, the country’s largest airport and the second largest airport in Europe.
Air France has had several combinations to make it the airline that it is today. Most recently was in 2004, where it merged with KLM, the Netherlands flag carrier. Improvements are ongoingly made with their cabins and customer service, showing that these airlines are progressively increasing their quality service.
However, with so many flights arriving and leaving France, it often results in flight delays or cancellations. Consequently, passengers may be eligible for compensation when faced with these issues in accordance to EU law.
Up to 1500km
(e.g. London - Edinburgh)
Up to 3500km
(e.g. London - Athens)
(e.g. London - Tokyo)
Don’t take any excuses! Vouchers for food or hotels don’t negate the airline’s responsibility to pay your compensation