Fiumicino Rome 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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Fiumicino Rome Airport Flight Delays / Cancellation Claims

When things don’t go the way you plan it really makes you mad and when it comes to flights schedule and if that has been cancelled or delayed without any valid reason then it really adds up to your frustration. Air passenger rights passed in 2005 also known as EC Regulations 261/2004 is especially in place to make sure that the airlines don’t get away from such things as it leads to loss of money for some passengers working on a tight schedule.

EC Regulation 261/2004 states that if your flight departed from Fiumicino Airport and get delayed by 3 hours or more on arrival airport then you are eligible to claim compensation up to 600€ from the airline depending upon the distance travelled by you. EU 261 Rule also allows Fiumicino flight passengers to claim compensation from the airlines for flight cancellations without prior notification of two weeks; denied boarding due to oversold flight tickets or missed the connecting flights due to current flight delays or aircrafts delays. So Fiumicino flight passenger you need not worry about your delayed flight, claim flight delay compensation based on EC Regulation 261/2004.

Leonardo Da Vinci-Fiumicino Airport

Rome-Fiumicino Airport was initially established in January 1961, popularly known as Rome Fiumicino International Airport. Fiumicino Airport is the major airport in Rome and one of the busiest airports in Europe, which sees more than 40 million passengers in a year. Fiumicino Airport was named after the famous polymath Leonardo da Vinci. Fiumicino Airport IATA code is “FCO” and acts as a hub to Alitalia, Alitalia CityLiner and Vueling Airlines. Fiumicino International Airport has 4 Terminals, T1, T2, T3 and T5 and each terminal host flights from major airlines. Terminal T1 of FCO Airport is used by Alitalia, Air France, Croatia Airlines and KLM Airlines; Terminal T2 is mainly used by Easyjet, Blue air, Wizz Air, and Ryanair flights. Terminal T3 is used by long-haul flights of Alitalia airline, Vueling and many other airlines, while Terminal T5 is used for all USA and Israeli flight passengers.

Busiest Routes Of Rome Fiumicino Airport

Alitalia Airline operates most frequent flights from Fiumicino Airport to domestic destinations which are: Sicily, Lombardy, Sardinia, Calabria, Piedmont, Apulia, Veneto, Liguria, Campania, Friuli-Venezia Giulia, Sardinia, Emilia-Romagna and Sardinia.

Busiest European Routes From Rome-Fiumicino Airport

Busiest European routes from Fiumicino Rome Airport flights are: Rome – Paris (Charles de Gaulle); Rome – Amsterdam; Rome – Barcelona; Rome – Madrid; Rome – London(Heathrow); Rome -Paris(Orly); Rome – Brussels; Rome – Frankfurt; Rome – Athens; Rome – London-Gatwick; Rome – Munich; Rome – Istanbul-Ataturk; Rome -Moscow(Sheremetyevo); Rome – Vienna; Rome – Copenhagen; Rome – Zurich; Rome – Lisbon; Rome – Geneva; Rome – Prague; Rome -Berlin(Tegel).

Busiest International Routes From Fiumicino Airport

Frequent flights from Rome-Fiumicino Airport to international destination include:

Rome – New York; Rome – United Arab Emirates; Rome – Israel; Rome – Ontario; Rome – Argentina; Rome – Egypt; Rome – Qatar; Rome – Tunisia; Rome – Japan; Rome – Morocco; Rome – Brazil; Rome – Georgia; Rome – Florida; Rome – Pennsylvania; Rome – Hong Kong; Rome – Algeria; Rome – Lebanon; Rome – China; Rome – Illinois.

List Of Airlines Operating At Rome Leonardo da Vinci-Fiumicino Airport

Airline Country Cities/City
Alitalia Italy Bari, Bologna, Brindisi, Catania, Florence, Milan (Linate & Malpensa), Naples, Palermo, Turin, Venice-Marco Polo, Alghero, Cagliari, Verona, Genoa, Lamezia Terme, Reggio Calabria, Trieste
France Montpellier, Nice, Paris-Charles de Gaulle, Toulouse, Marseille
Spain Barcelona, Bilbao, Madrid, Malaga, Valencia
Germany Berlin-Tegel, Dusseldorf, Munich, Frankfurt
Brazil Sao Paulo-Guarulhos, Rio de Janeiro-Galeao
United States Miami, Boston, New York,
Iran Tehran-Imam Khomeini
Russia Moscow-Sheremetyevo
Argentina Buenos Aires-Ezeiza
Israel Tel Aviv-Ben Gurion
Jordan Amman-Queen Alia
Turkey Istanbul-Ataturk
United Kingdom London-Heathrow
Canada Toronto-Pearson
Switzerland Geneva, Zurich
Poland Warsaw-Chopin
South Korea Seoul-Incheon
Japan Tokyo-Narita
Mexico Mexico City
Denmark Copenhagen
Morocco Casablanca
United Arab Emirates Abu Dhabi
Netherland Amsterdam
Romania Bucharest
Belgium Brussels
Serbia Belgrade
Hungary Budapest
Algeria Algiers
China Beijing
Lebanon Beirut
Czech Republic Prague
Greece Athens
Albania Tirana
Egypt Cairo
Bulgaria Sofia
Tunisia Tunis
Malta Luqa
Vueling Spain Alicante, Barcelona, Bilbao, Fuerteventura, Gran Canaria, Lanzarote, Malaga, Seville, Tenerife, Valencia, Madrid, Santiago de Compostela
France Nantes, Lyon, Marseille, Nice, Paris-Orly
Germany Berlin-Tegel, Stuttgart, Munich
United Kingdom London-Gatwick, Manchester
Italy Catania, Palermo
Switzerland Geneva, Zurich
Netherlands Amsterdam
Croatia Dubrovnik
United Kingdom Edinburgh
Greece Athens
Austria Vienna
Czech Republic Prague
Alitalia (operated by Alitalia CityLiner) Italy Bologna, Florence, Milan (Malpensa & Linate), Naples, Turin, Venice-Marco Polo, Genoa, Trieste, Verona
Germany Berlin-Tegel, Munich, Frankfurt, Munich
Switzerland Geneva, Zurich
France Montpellier
United Kingdom London-City
Montenegro Podgorica
Macedonia Skopje
Algeria Oran
Ryanair Italy Bari, Catania, Brindisi, Palermo, Comiso, Lamezia Terme, Trapani
Spain Alicante, Barcelona, Malaga, Seville
France Marseille
Belgium Brussels
Malta Luqa
EasyJet United Kingdom Bristol, London (Luton & Gatwick)
France Nice, Paris-Orly, Toulouse
Italy Milan-Malpensa
Netherland Amsterdam
Germany Hamburg
Meridiana Egypt Sharm el-Sheikh
Spain Fuerteventura
Dominican Republic La Romana
Tanzania Zanzibar
Kenya Mombasa
Italy Olbia
Norwegian Air Shuttle Sweden Stockholm-Arlanda
Norway Oslo-Gardermoen
United Kingdom London-Gatwick
Denmark Copenhagen
Finland Helsinki
Blue Panorama Airlines Cuba Cayo Largo del Sur, Havana, Santiago de Cuba
Dominican Republic La Romana
Mexico Cancun
Wizz Air Poland Warsaw-Chopin
Hungary Budapest
Lithuania Vilnius
Germanwings Germany Berlin-Tegel, Cologne/Bonn, Hamburg, Stuttgart
Alitalia (operated by Darwin Airline) Italy Ancona, Naples, Pisa, Trieste
British Airways United Kingdom London (Gatwick & Heathrow)
China Eastern Airlines China Shanghai-Pudong, Wenzhou
Croatia Airlines Croatia Dubrovnik, Split, Zagreb
Monarch Airlines United Kingdom Birmingham, London-Luton
easyJet Switzerland Switzerland Basel/Mulhouse, Geneva
Delta Air Lines United States Atlanta, New York-JFK
Lufthansa Germany Frankfurt, Munich
Jetairfly Belgium Antwerp, Ostend
Etihad Airways United Arab Emirates Abu Dhabi
Air India India Delhi

Flight Delays / Cancellation / Denied Boarding Problems

Flight delays, flight cancellations and denied boarding are the common problems faced by air travellers. If your flight gets delayed at the arrival airport for 3 or more hours; flight cancelled without notice of 2 weeks or if you were denied boarding due to overselling flight seats EC Regulation 261/2004 entitles you to claim flight compensation up to 600 € from the airlines for the inconvenience caused to you. Flight delayed for 2 hours or more from departure airport, airlines are obligatory to provide you assistance. You are entitled to claim compensation for a cancelled flight if you were not informed about the cancellation at least 14 days before the scheduled time of departure. You can claim financial compensation for denied boarding, if your alternate flight is delayed for 2 hours or more.

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 cancellation 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 Flight Compensation Is Every Air Passenger’s Right!

In case of flights delays or cancelled at Rome Fiumicino Airport, passengers have the rights to claim compensation from the airlines. Air passenger have rights to claim compensation in various situations such as: compensation for cancelled flights, compensation for delayed flights, compensation for denied boarding due to overbooking, compensation for delays due to technical reasons and under many other such circumstances. Each claim should be taken seriously by the airlines.

How To Claim Compensation For Flight Delays?

Many passengers often fail to claim compensation because of lack of time or knowledge. Claim Experts at Claim Flights takes care of your case on your behalf and makes sure that you get the right amount of compensation in a timely fashion. The status of arrivals and departures of flights can be checked at Rome Fiumicino airport. The instant Flight Delay Compensation Calculator, freely available in our website will calculate the exact amount of compensation a passenger is entitled to from the airline. You need to enter your delayed flight number and flight date to know the reimbursement the airlines owe for you. Rest of claim process will be done by us.

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.

Petya Petrova

Petya Petrova

International Legal Strategist

Petya Petrova-Racheva holds a Master of Law (LLM) degree, and has broad knowledge of European Laws in different countries. She loves travelling and her dog, as well as her family.

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