Antalya AYT Airport Flight Delays Claims
For flight delays or cancellations, if you had your flight from an EU airport, or to an EU airport with an EU regulated airline, you are entitled to compensation up to 600€ based on EC 261 rule.
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Antalya AYT Airport Flight Delays / Cancellations Claims
For an airport that handles more than 20 million passengers annually, flight gets delayed or cancelled is not something that’s unheard of. The daily report of flights arrivals and departures from Antalya Airport shows that there are at least 2-3 flight delays or cancellation. If you are travelling with an EU airline to Antalya and your flight was delayed on arrival for more than 3 hours, then EC Regulation 261/2004 EU air passenger rights entitle you to claim compensation for flight delays from the airlines to a maximum of 600€.
EU 261 Rule also helps you in case if your flight has been cancelled or you have been denied boarding due to overbooking although for your flight even when you were carrying a valid flight ticket. EC Regulation 261/2004 is applicable to any passenger travelling from the European Nation to any other destination or flying back to a European Nation through an EU based airline. For e.g., if your flight from Antalya to London delayed beyond 3 hours of its scheduled arrival time qualifies for you to claim compensation up to 600€ from the airline.
Antalya International Airport is built in the centre of Antalya City, Turkey. Antalya Airport started operating from 1st April 1998 to accommodate the passengers who come to visit Turkey’s Mediterranean beaches in Summer. IATA code of Antalya Airport is “AYT”. Antalya AYT Airport serves as a hub for some major airlines which are Turkish Airlines, Pegasus Airlines, SunExpress, AnadoluJet, Corendon Airlines and Freebird Airlines. Antalya Airport has been ranked 30th thrice for handling the international passenger traffic that is in 2005, 2008 and 2009. From which it has arisen to the 23rd position at the end of 2010 after handling 18 million passengers annually.
Infrastructure of Antalya Turkey Airport
AYT Airport Terminal 1 was built by Bayindir Holding and now it has three Terminals: Terminal 1, Terminal 2 and one for the domestic passengers. Terminal 2, the international Terminal is been operated by a company named Celebi, while Terminal 1 is operated by Fraport AG who in 1999 signed a joint venture with Bayindir Holding.
Antalya Airport Destinations
Antalya Airport connects passengers to many international destinations. Some of the famous destinations that AYT Airport connects to are: Moscow, St. Petersburg, Berlin, Dusseldorf, Zurich, Ataturk, Trabzon, Vienna, Baku, Brussels, Frankfurt, Munich, Stuttgart, Cologne, Amsterdam, Dortmund, Hamburg, London, Manchester, Birmingham, East Midlands, Bergen, Oslo, Copenhagen, Norwich, Prague, Luxembourg, Nuremberg, Paris-Orly, Kiev, etc.
Flight Destinations & List Of Airlines Operating At Antalya Airport
|Pegasus Airlines||Turkey||Adana, Elazig, Hatay, Istanbul-Sabiha Gokcen, Izmir, Kayseri, Trabzon|
|Corendon Airlines||Germany||Berlin-Tegel, Dortmund, Dusseldorf, Erfurt/Weimar, Frankfurt, Hamburg, Hanover, Leipzig/Halle, Munich, Nuremberg, Stuttgart|
|SunExpress||Turkey||Adana, Diyarbakir, Gaziantep, Istanbul-Sabiha Gokcen, Izmir, Kayseri, Trabzon|
|Turkish Airlines||Turkey||Istanbul (Ataturk & Sabiha Gokcen)|
|Russia||Moscow-Vnukovo, St Petersburg|
|Germania||Germany||Berlin-Schonefeld, Bremen, Erfurt/Weimar, Munster/Osnabruck, Nuremberg, Rostock|
|Condor||Germany||Berlin-Schonefeld, Dusseldorf, Frankfurt, Hanover, Munich, Stuttgart|
|SunExpress Deutschland||Germany||Cologne/Bonn, Dusseldorf, Frankfurt, Munich, Nuremberg, Stuttgart|
|Turkish Airlines operated by AnadoluJet||Turkey||Ankara, Bodrum, Bursa, Erzurum, Nevsehir, Ordu-Giresun|
|Air Berlin||Germany||Berlin-Tegel, Dusseldorf, Leipzig/Halle, Nuremberg|
|Enter Air||Poland||Katowice, Krakow, Poznan, Warsaw|
|Ukraine International Airlines||Ukraine||Kiev-Boryspil|
|Norwegian Air Shuttle||Norway||Bergen, Oslo|
|Corendon Dutch Airlines, Transavia, TUI Airlines||Netherland||Amsterdam|
|Air Berlin operated by Belair||Switzerland||Zurich|
Flight Delays / Cancellation / Denied Boarding Problems
Flight delays or cancellations can be the reason of inconvenience usually faced by flight passengers; it’s even frustrating when you are denied boarding to board your flight. These issues were considered by the European Union and thus EC Regulation 261/2004 was made in the year 2004. EC Regulation 261/2004 entitles flight passengers to claim financial compensation up to 600 for flight delays, flight cancellations and for denied boarding. To know further about your rights on flight delay, please read the below EU 261 Rule. You are eligible to claim compensation if the airline is responsible for flight delay, flight cancellation or for denied boarding which may happen due to oversold flight seats.
EC Regulation 261/2004 / Know Your Rights / Air Passenger Rights
European Union Regulation (EC) No. 261/2004 introduced in 2004 and came into effect from February 2005 establishes common EU rule on flight compensation and assistance to airline passengers in the event of denied boarding and of flights cancelled or delayed flights; repealing Regulation (EEC) No 295/91 of February 1991. EU 261/2004 rule states that air passengers are entitled to receive cash compensation of 250/400/600 € from airlines for the inconvenience caused due to flight delays or cancelled flight or if passengers are denied boarding due to overbooking of flight tickets by the airlines.
Am I Eligible To Claim Compensation?
EC Regulation 261/2004 is a European law; it applies to EU air space. You do not have to be an EU citizen to claim flight compensation.
This means that you can claim on flights departing from any airport located in the EU (with any airline) or arriving in the EU (with an EU airline).
|Origin and Destination||EU Airline||Non-EU Airline|
|From Inside EU to Outside EU||Yes||Yes|
|From Inside EU to Inside EU||Yes||Yes|
|From Outside EU to Inside EU||Yes||No|
|From Outside EU to Outside EU||No||No|
Claim Flights – Flight Compensation Firm
If your flight has been delayed or cancelled while you are travelling within Europe, flying with an EU registered flight and you want to claim reimbursement for the problem the airline has caused you, all you have to do is provide us with your flight details (flight number & flight date) and our claim experts will work with various other teams to collect data so that everything goes smoothly. Our team has access to flight information such as the time by which the flight was delayed, the reason for flight cancellation, flights departure and arrival time, etc. making us more likely to win the compensation.
How To Claim Flight Delay Compensation?
Claim Flights claiming process is very easy to use and to provide us the desired information doesn’t take more than 3 minutes of your precious time. We have access to a lot of information on flight delay and cancellation to claim flight compensation for your delayed or cancelled flights.
Claim Yourself Delayed Flight Compensation
If your flight is delayed for more than 3 hours or if your flight has been cancelled without prior notice of 2 weeks or if you were denied boarding due to overbooking of flight tickets, you can use our free claim letter template to write the letter to airline to claim compensation for your delayed / cancelled / overbooked flight in accordance with EU Regulation 261/2004. EC Regulation 261/2004 entitles European Union air passengers to claim up to 600€ compensation for flight delay of 3 hours or more, flight cancellations or for denied boarding.
Calculate The Amount Airline Owes You
Passengers are often unaware of the law and end up claiming a very futile amount compared to what they are entitled to claim. At Claim Flights the exact compensation can be calculated with the help of the compensation calculator. Claim Flights takes up your case on a no win no fee basis and makes sure that you get right amount in time.