AirHelp started in 2013 as a startup for stranded passengers whose flights are delayed, cancelled or overbooked to help them with their claim for compensation. They have ever since helped more than 13 million passengers to obtain compensation.

With a large team of well AirHelp 700 employees worldwide help passengers to obtain compensation for their disrupted flight. In addition, they cooperate with law offices in 30 countries so they can take advantage of local knowledge. They start, if necessary legal proceedings.

Learn more about AirHelp service by checking the frequently asked questions.

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