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It is time to know your rights! From now on, Sostravel.com collaborates with AirHelp, the world’s largest air passenger rights advocate.

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How does it work?

That’s the best part! Everything is done automatically, as long as you are using our SOSTRAVEL App.

The system will check if you are entitled to compensation request and notify you about that, for free!

Which compensations are included?

Flight Delay Compensation
For flights covered by EU law EC 261, any delay longer than 3 hours entitles you to financial compensation, taking into consideration the hours of delay and the distance of the flight.
Denied Boarding Compensation
If the airline doesn’t let you board your flight, even when you haven’t done anything wrong, knowing your air passenger rights will help you know what to do next.
Flight Cancellation Compensation
EU regulation EC 261 gives passengers the right to be reimbursed up to $700 for flight cancellations – providing certain criteria are met.
Delayed Baggage Compensation
AirHelp can help you make the right moves at the right time to get as much compensation as possible.
Missed Connection Compensation
EU regulation EC 261 says that if you miss a connecting flight due to flight delay, cancellation, or being denied boarding you could be entitled to up to $700 compensation.
Damaged or Lost Luggage Compensation
Air travel can be hard on your luggage, with bags occasionally getting beat up or even disappearing completely. Know your rights!
Overbooking Compensation
Under EC 261, passengers are entitled to up to $700 compensation if they are denied boarding against their will.
Airline Strike Compensation
If you have experienced delays due to airline strikes and were traveling to or from the EU, you may be entitled up to $700 in airline strike compensation.

Air passenger rights involve specific laws that support travelers and advocate for protection and compensation when people face flight disruptions.

In the USA there are some regulations related to situations such as overbooked flights and tarmac delays. In Europe, the most complete are EC 261 laws, which are comprehensive and entitle passengers to compensation in a range of situations.

AirHelp has the most reliable collections of flight data in the world, and it’s this data that they use when they check if you’re eligible for compensation.

Claiming compensation is now straightforward for all passengers who are unsure of their rights, who lack the time, or lack the expertise to embark on the claims process themselves.