Adria Airways (JP) Flight Compensation
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About Adria Airways
Adria Airways ceased operations on 30th September 2019. It was the largest airline service in Slovenia. It was formerly known as Inex-Adria Airways when the airline was founded in 1961. Its registered office was at JožePučnik Airport in Ljubljana. They also had offices in Brussels, Moscow, Frankfurt and Zurich.
Adria Airways provide access to the global network of about 193 countries. The airline’s most business was in weekly 170 scheduled flights from Ljubljana. It also connected Slovenia to Mediterranean’s holiday destination through chartered flights.
Adria Airways Alliances and Subsidiaries
Adria Airways had been a member of Star Alliance since 2004. It was also been a partner of Lufthansa since 1996. Adria Airways Tehnika was the subsidiary of Adria Airways, but it’s not owned by them. It was a maintenance organization, at Ljubljana airport.
It provided line and base maintenance to Adria Airways and also gave service of base maintenance to Air Berlin, Brit Air, Air Méditerranée, SAS Scandinavian Airlines and many others.
Its subsidiaries were Adria Flight Career Centre, Adria Airways Kosovo and Amadeus Slovenia.
Adria Airways Codeshare Agreements
Adria Airways had codeshare agreements with a number of airlines around the globe, those were Aeroflot, Air Serbia, Air India, Brussels Airlines, Austrian Airlines, Lufthansa, LOT Polish Airlines, Montenegro Airlines, Turkish Airlines, Swiss International Air Lines and Scandinavian Airlines.
Adria Airways Destinations
Adria Airways flew to many national and international destinations around the globe. It had scheduled as well as charter flights to many countries in Europe.
Adria Airways Flight Delays Or Cancellations
Sometimes, due to some reasons flights gets delayed or cancelled. It may be due to bad weather or mechanical issues or some disasters. If delays or cancellations are caused due to airlines fault, passengers are eligible to receive compensation.
EC Regulation 261/2004
EC Regulation 261/2004 (dated 17 February 2005) applies to passengers departing from any EU airport, or from a non EU airport with an EU airline to an EU destination.
Passengers must note that compensation is subject to certain conditions and exceptions. There will be no compensation for a delay/cancellation caused due to extraordinary circumstances. Examples of such situations include extreme bad weather or security concerns such as fear of terror attack.
Nevertheless, if there is a delay of more than 4 hours for a flight of 3500 kms or more; delay of 3 hours or more in intra-community flight of 1500 kms or more; and delay of 2 hours in case of flight of 1500 kms or less, the passenger is entitled to compensation under EU norms as set by the Regulation. If the delay is more than 5 hours at departure, the passenger is entitled to cancel his reservation and get refund.
The thumb of the rule for both delayed and cancelled flights are as follows:
- Flights of 1500 kms or less: compensation amount is 250 euros.
- Flights of 1500 kms to 3500 kms: compensation amount is 400 euros.
- Flights of more than 3500 kms: compensation amount is 600 euros.
Thanks to the regulation, passengers need not worry as flight delay/cancellation compensation claim norms are in place. If you want to travel by any airlines, you may be rest assured in case of delayed/cancelled flights; your interests will be protected.
In case passengers are not able to claim compensation from the airlines, we can help the Airline Passenger to get their money owed by the airlines. Our delayed flight compensation calculator can be used to calculate the amount you can claim from the airlines by providing some information about your flights, i.e., flight number, flight date and reason of flight delay or cancellation. You may need to enter further details about yourself & co-passengers for whom you would like to claim the compensation from the airlines.
Dr. Mirko C. Ulbrich