Assessment of legal validity
You may be entitled to receive up to £507.00 per person.
You are looking for flights to Florida, and want to find out what airlines you can fly with. Flight-Delayed.co.uk helps air passengers with travel information and tips on how to avoid holiday horror, and also helps in cases where travellers are delayed on their flights.
Florida is a great holiday destination, due to the state's moderate weather. If you're looking for cheap flights to Florida, you may want to know which airlines fly directly to the main holiday destinations. Florida has several airports, the largest ones of which are Miami International Airport (airport code MIA) and Orlando International Airport (MCO).
Miami flights operated from the UK or another major European airport (departure airport, duration of flight, airlines operating this route)
Berlin, Germany - 10h 35m - airberlin
London, United Kingdom - 9h 26m - American, British Airways, Virgin Atlantic
Dusseldorf, Germany - 10h 5m - airberlin
Frankfurt, Germany - 9h 55m - Lufthansa
Paris, France - 9h 50m - American, Air France
Madrid, Spain - 9h 32m - Iberia, American
Barcelona, Spain - 10h 10m - American
Orlando flights operated from the UK or another major European airport (departure airport, duration of flight, airlines operating this route)
Glasgow, United Kingdom - 8h 50m - Virgin Atlantic
London, United Kingdom - 9h 16m - Virgin Atlantic, British Airways, Thomas Cook
Manchester, United Kingdom - 9h 10m - Virgin Atlantic, Thomas Cook
Amsterdam - 10h 55m - Arkefly
Of coure, there are also many airports within the US you can fly to Miami or Orlando from.
Flights to Florida would only fall under Regulation 261/2004 (which is the one that determines when compensation is due) if a delay or cancellation would take place on a flight from an EU country to Florida, or if it took place from Florida to an EU country with an EU carrier. So if you're flying with KLM from Florida to Amsterdam, you would not be entitled to receive compensation in the event of a delay if the flight was operated by Delta Air Lines, but you would have been if the flight was operated by KLM. So the airlines you book your flight with doesn't always determine whether or not your flight falls under Regulation.
Flight-Delayed can help you battle the airline for compensation by writing letters, lodging complaints with the national enforcement bodies and taking legal action against the airline. The amount of compensation depends on the distance of the flight, and the length of time you lost. It is irrespective of ticket price. This means you could receive 250 euros to 600 euros per passenger, even if your ticket cost you less than that.
Our website's claim calculator will help you sort all this out. It will give you an estimation of how much compensation you could be entitled to receive. This is completely non-committal.
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