Air Nostrum Flight Delay Compensation
If your Air Nostrum flight delays for more than 3 hours, or was cancelled without prior notice, you may be eligible for compensation up to 600€ based on EU 261 rule.
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Air Nostrum Flight Delays / Cancellations Problems
Air Nostrum has a really good record of being on the schedule that is 90% of the time and has never been canceled or delayed. Though it has been late 5% of the time and 3% of the time it has been very late. Air Nostrum follows the European law and according to the air passenger regulation 261/2004, a passenger is allowed to claim compensation for delayed flights. The flight should be delayed for than 3 hours for a passenger to ask for a compensation from the airline. One can claim up to 600€ for the flight delays or cancellations. If in case you see yourself stuck and not getting anywhere with the airline with regards to the compensation, you can always approach Claim Flights for it. Claim Flights specializes in getting compensation for the flights delayed or canceled or if one has been denied boarding due to overbooking.
To know how much amount you can claim for the flight delays or cancellations, use our flight compensation checker.
Air Nostrum was founded on 23rd May 1994 in Valencia, Spain under the name Air Nostrum Lineas Aereas del Mediterraneo (Air Nostrum Mediterranean Airlines). It started its operation on December 15th, 1994 carrying 16 passengers in a Fokker 50 Turboprop aircraft from Valencia to Bilbao. Air Nostrum operates as a franchisee of Iberia Airlines and Binter Canarias. This franchisee with Iberia Airline was signed on May of 1997 and acquired Binter Mediterraneo with all its operations.
In 1999, after Iberia’s merger with Aviaco, Air Nostrum took over some additional domestic and international services. The airline is owned by Nefinsa (74.8%), Caje Duero (22.2%) & Air Nostrummanagement (3%) and has over 2000 employees. With over 71,000 annual flights and carrying over 3.7 million passengers, the airline Air Nostrum is considered as the leading aviation company in Spain. Since its establishment, the airline has managed to operate 2 million flights and has transported 64 million passengers. The airline is an affiliate member of the Oneworld Airline alliance.
Hubs, Aircrafts & Destinations
The main base of the airline is in Valencia with its secondary hubs located at Barcelona Airport and Madrid-Barajas Airport. The airline operates an extensive network of 91 domestic and international routes to 51 destinations. Due to its franchisee with Iberia Airlines, it operates 200 flights to and from 60 airports spread across 7 European and North African countries on a daily basis. The airline is primarily focused upon increasing connection to Madrid both domestically and internationally along with creating a niche market for itself. As of March 2014, the airline has a total of 40 fleets under its belt comprising of 5 ATR 72-600, 14 Bombardier CRJ200, 11 Bombardier CRJ900, and 10 Bombardier CRJ1000. According to the data from flightstats.com, the airline famous routes includes Ibiza – Palma de Mallorca, Menorca – Palma Mallorca, Madrid – San Sebastian, Madrid – Granada, Almeria – Madrid, Melilla – Malaga, Madrid – Santander, Madrid – Jerez De La Frontera, Madrid – Toulouse, Madrid – Valencia, Madrid – Pamplona.
Air Nostrum Awards & Services
Air Nostrum has won many awards because of its high-quality services such as ERA (European Regions Airline Associations) Airline of the Year Award on 6 different occasions, 5 Gold and 1 bronze. It has also won the famous Palme d’Or for Sustained Excellence, which was presented in recognition of sustained excellence and high business performance over an extended period. The airline was the first to be presented with this exceptional award.
Dr. Mirko C. Ulbrich