Czech Airlines Flight Delay Compensation

If your Czech flight delays for more than 3 hours, or was cancelled without notice, you may be eligible for compensation up to 600€ based on EU 261 Rule.

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Czech Airline Delayed Flights

According to available data, there have been numerous instances of the delayed flights. For flights delay or cancellation, Czech Airline has a form uploaded on their website which allows the passengers to contact Czech Airlines for any reimbursement issues. They also have a dedicated customer care number where in passenger can call them for their issues and enquiries. As per the air passenger right 261/2004, a passenger can claim upto 600€ for flight delays or cancellations. The conditions in which a passenger is eligible to claim the compensation are as below:

  • The airline company with which the passenger is travelling should be a EU registered airline
  • The distance travelled should be minimum of 1500 Km both domestically and internationally and the delay should be more than or equal to 3Hrs
  • And if denied boarding which can happen due to overselling of tickets.

Note: The cancellation and delay of flights shouldn’t be due to natural calamitieslike bad weather, earthquake, Tsunami or any other extraordinary circumstances in which case the claimscannot be made.

Czech Airline

Fondly Known as CSA, the Czech Airline has been operating for more than 90 years from its formation on 6 October 1923. Czech Airlines is the national carrier for its country, Czech Republic, and has its head office at Ruzyne, Prague. Czech Airline also happens to be one of the oldest airlines in history. The airline operates passenger carriers along with some cargo fleets and is also a member of the Skyteam alliance.

Czech Airline’s Destinations

CSA Czech Airlines connectsAir Passengers to most of the destinations across Europe and Asia through its main base, Prague. Also the alliance with the Skyteam and codeshare agreements that the airline has with other airlines helps them to connect with the rest of the world. At the moment, Czech Airlines solely is connected to more than 85 destinations across 45 countries. Of these destinations, this airline is the only one which connects to Ostrava domestically and to Kosice, Slovakia. Other famous destinations across Europe include: Brussels, Karlovy Vary, Billund, Copenhagen, Paris, Nice, Starsbourg, Dusseldorf, Frankfurt, Stuttgart, Hamburg, Budapest, Sarmellek, Rome, Milan, Bologna, Tel Aviv, Venice, Amsterdam, Lodz, Warsaw, Radom, Bucharest, Porto, Rostov-on-Don, Saint Petersburg, Samara, Yekaterinburg, Kosice, Bratislava, Barcelona, Bilboa, Madrid, Geneva, Stockholm, Gothenburg, Stockholm, Vaxjo, Linkoping, Kiev and Edinburgh.

Czech Airline’s Fleet Size and CodeShare Agreements

The airline uses 16 fleets for transporting passengers to their destinations which includes Airbus A330-300s, Airbus A319-100s, ATR72s and ATR42s. The codeshare agreement helps the airline to number the flights of other airlines as their own and allowing the passenger to use the same ticket to travel with the other airline.

The airlines with whom Czech Airlines shares Codeshare agreement are: Aeroflot, airBaltic, Air France, Alitalia, Air Malta, Belavia, Bulgaria Airlines, China Southern Airlines, Etihad Airlines, Finnair, KLM, Korean Airways, Smartwings (Travel Service Czech Airline), TAROM, Ural Airlines, Vietnam Airlines and Uzbekistan Airlines.

Czech Airlines Awards, Reviews and Services

The airline has won the “Best Airline in Central/Eastern Europe” many times. The airline has also won “the best airline” award from America. The types of services offered are the Economy Class and the Business Class. All the services offered are almost same on both the classes with a little bit of difference. The baggage allowed on Economy class is just one bag of 23 Kgs along with a handbag that can weigh upto 10 Kgs and in the Business class passengers are allowed to carry two 23 Kgs bags. For flyers who fly frequently with Czech Airline, the airline has its own loyalty based frequent flyer program named OK Plus and OK Plus Corporate.

What If Czech Airline Doesn’t Reply To Your Concern?

In such cases, you can always approach us, Claim Flights.We help air passengers in getting compensation for delayed or cancelled flights from Czech airlines. All we would require from you is the basic details of your flights such as date and flight number which will help us get to know all the information needed regarding the flight-enabling us to make the claim stronger with the airline. We also have lawyers who work for you in order to get your compensation from the airline. We believe in “No Win No Fee” policy which means we provide all these services to you free of cost till your claim is successful. To check the rightful amount that you can claim for delayed or cancelled flights use our free flight compensation checker.

Dr. Mirko C. Ulbrich

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Dr. Mirko C. Ulbrich is founder and CEO at Claim Flights GmbH. He has made many Himalaya hiking trips, but has found a passion to grow roses and go hiking in the alpes.

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