Nordwind Airlines (N4) Compensation
If your Nordwind Airlines 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.
Enter your flight details and check how much you can claim:
About Nordwind Airlines
Nordwind Airlines is Russia-based scheduled and charter Airline Company. Nordwind airlines have its headquarters in Moscow, Russia and its main hub is located at Sheremetyevo International Airport. Nordwind airlines flew its first scheduled flight in 2008. This airline connects different airports in Russia to destinations around the Indian Ocean and the Mediterranean Sea.
How To Claim Flight Delay Compensation
If you have any doubts to make your claim or using our Flight Delay Compensation Calculator you can see our video illustrated on “How to Claim Compensation from Airlines?” (How To Claim Flight Delay / Cancellation Compensation). This video will demonstrate you on:How To Claim Compensation for Delayed or Cancelled Flights.
Nordwind Airlines – Alliance And Subsidiaries
Nordwind airlines is not a member of any alliance company. It also doesn’t have any subsidiaries under it. Enter Air is a completely independent airline, with no connection with any other airline or company.
Nordwind Airlines – Codeshare Agreements
Nordwind Airlines doesn’t have a codeshare agreement with any airline.
Nordwind Airlines – Destinations
Nordwind Airlines mainly flies to destinations near the Indian Ocean and the Mediterranean Sea. When founded in 2008, Nordwind Airlines started with 3 aircrafts going through six destinations. And now, Nordwind Airlines has a total of 97 scheduled and charter destinations across the globe. Nordwind airlines travel across 97 cities and 26 countries which includes 12 cities and 8 countries in the Middle East and Africa, 14 cities and 6 countries in Asia, 3 cities and 3 countries in South America & 22 cities and 8 countries in Europe.
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 flight delay compensation is subject to certain conditions and exceptions. There will be no compensation for a delay/cancellation caused by an extraordinary circumstances, under which such delay/cancellation becomes unavoidable. Examples of such situations include bad weather or security concerns such as fear of a terror attack. In such situations, passengers will not be given any compensation.
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. This entitlement is when the delay is not caused by extraordinary circumstances. If the delay is more than 5 hours, the passenger is entitled to cancel his reservation and claim compensation.
The thumb of the rule for both delayed flights and cancelled flights is 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. Claim Flights Delayed Flight Compensation Calculator can be used to calculate the amount you can claim from the Airlines by providing few information about your Flights, i.e., Flight Number, Flight Date and reason of Flight Delay/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