How it works
- Calculate how much you can claimFREE FLIGHT CHECKER
- Enter your flight details
- Check if your flight is valid for compensation of up to €600
- Money in the bank. Claims settled in 3-4 months, with fewer fees.
Your flight must have landed 3 or more hours late.
Your flight needs to be within the last 6 years.
Your flight should have departed from an airport within the EU on any airline.
Or arrived into the EU on an EU-based airline
Check your compensation
With Flight Patrol, not only can you claim compensation for yourself, you can also claim on behalf of all the passengers you flew with. Use the calculator below to find out the total compensation value for everyone that was affected by the flight disruption. Simply enter your arrival and departure airport, slide the icon to select the number of passengers and then press the CHECK MY CLAIM, button. You can then process all claims in one go by pressing the CLAIM NOW button.
Was your flight delayed, cancelled or overbooked?
Your rights are protected under the EC Regulation 261/2004. Therefore, you may be entitled to compensation of €250.00, €400.00 or €600.00 per passenger.
Here is how we enforce your rights and make sure you receive the compensation you are entitled to:
Just enter your flight details and you will find out immediately if you can claim compensation for your flight delay, cancellation or overbooking. If your flight applies, you can submit your claim in less than 3 minutes on a no win no fee basis. Our team will start working for you in no time and our 25% win fee will cover all legal expenses.
We fact-check the airline, you get compensated
Our team of experts will use our databases and legal expertise to determine the validity of your claim. They will draft and send all the specific letters necessary to the airline. If the airline claims an extraordinary circumstance has occurred, we’ll thoroughly verify their arguments and the information provided. We will hold the airline accountable. If necessary, we will start legal proceedings and take the airline to court.