Luxair is the flag carrier airline company of Luxembourg. As an EU registered airline company, Luxair offers the passengers compensation in the scope of EU Regulation EC261/2004 and in line with the General Conditions of Carriage and Passenger Rights underlined on the website of the airline in case of delays that exceed 3 hours, cancellations and denial of boardings due to overbooking as stated below.
In accordance with the said Regulation, extra expenses like accommodation, refreshments and communication tools arising from the disrupted flight can also be claimed as long as they are reasonable. If you have a case in the last 2 years, be informed that our success rate is over 98% with Luxair.
Luxair was founded in 1961 in Luxembourg. Luxair’s headquarters are currently located in Sandweiler and the main base in Findel Airport. Luxair is not a star alliance member. Adrien Ney leads the company as the CEO. Its subsidiaries include Endeavor Air, Dal Global Services, Delta Private Jets, Delta Shuttle and Delta Techops.
Luxair employs more than 2,800 employees worldwide and operates a mainline fleet of more than 19 aircraft. It has declared € 535,000,000 in revenue. Luxair offers service in 64 countries and they have carried more than 1.84 million passengers in 2017.
Luxair’s fleet consists of Dash 8 model aircrafts. The average age of the fleet is 6.2 years. The youngest aircrafts are the Dash 8 at 4.4 years old. They rank 11 among 117 airlines operating this type of aircraft. The most common aircraft in the fleet is the Dash 8 with 11 of them at hand.