KLM flight delay compensation experts
KLM is the national airline of the Netherlands and one of the largest flight operators in Europe. Around 30 million passengers fly with them each year to 145 different destinations worldwide, so it is not surprising that passengers sometimes experience flight delays with KLM.
The Civil Aviation Authority’s KLM flight delay statistics for 2016 show that the airline’s average delay time for UK departures was 8 minutes, with a KLM flight delay of over 3 hours happening approximately twice a month.
If you’ve had a KLM flight delayed by 3 hours or more, compensation can be claimed, but only if the circumstances meet the eligibility criteria set out by EU regulations.
If you’ve had KLM flights cancelled or delayed by more than 3 hours in the last 6 years, you could qualify for as much as £540 compensation.Start your claim now
KLM flight delays information
Thanks to our relationship with the Civil Aviation Authority (CAA), we can access historical KLM flight delay information to examine causes of previous disruption to KLM flights as well as analysing data for 25 major UK airports.
Live flight delays and cancellations
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