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Have you found yourself in a situation where your flight was canceled or delayed? Were you supposed to arrive on time at a specific destination? You might be eligible for up to 600 Euro compensation. With its user-friendly online compensation calculator and application process, Click2Refund could be the right choice for you to receive what is rightfully yours.

For many passengers, the biggest concern is the problem with compensation. If you are among those passengers wondering whether your money can be refunded if the mistake comes from the company, we provide you with answers to all your questions regarding the refund of your money and compensation for damages.

Did you know that your refund can go up to 600 euros? Furthermore, your right to this amount is guaranteed by the European Union Regulation, providing you with additional assurance of getting your money back.

If circumstances that caused inconvenience during your journey occur, such as flight delays or cancellations, you qualify for compensation with a few additional steps related to filing a claim.

However, no matter how much companies try to avoid inconveniences, sometimes situations beyond their control occur. These situations are called "extraordinary circumstances" and in such cases, compensation from Transavia Airlines will not be possible.

It is crucial for the company to inform you about flight cancellations at least 14 days in advance, and if this does not happen, you have every right to compensation for damages.

The following text contains detailed explanations of your rights to compensation, the cases in which you are entitled to it, the amount of compensation, and details about extraordinary situations.

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Compensation process for Transavia flight delay

Are you currently facing a Transavia flight problem? In such situations, it is crucial to understand and assert your compensation rights in the event of a canceled or delayed flight. Although airlines like Transavia Airlines do their best to keep to their scheduled times, flights can still arrive late. As a passenger, you are protected by airline passenger rights such as EU 261 and UK 261 when Transavia flights are delayed.

Due to the location of Transavia in the EU, almost all of its flights are protected by EC 261, one of the most important air passenger rights laws in the world. Regulation EU 261 gives passengers the right to compensation if they are delayed, cancelled or overbooked for reasons beyond their control.

There are some exceptional circumstances that can exempt airlines from paying compensation, such as bad weather or problems at the airport. However, if the delay is caused by technical problems or a strike by airline staff, you are likely to be compensated under Regulation (EC) No 261/2004.

In general, you have up to 2 years to file a Transavia flight delay compensation claim (The time limit may change according to the jurisdiction country. It is 2 years in Netherlands, 3 years in Germany, 5 years in Spain, 5 years in France). For further information, please check our blog on time limitation.

What are my passenger rights in case my Transavia Airlines flight was cancelled or delayed?

Under this EU legislation, your entitlements encompass:

  • up to €600 compensation
  • Covers flights that were delayed at least 3 hours, cancelled, or denied boarding because of overbooked

What entitlements do I have in the event of a flight delay?

If your flight is delayed by 45 minutes or more, you will be informed via email or SMS. If the delay exceeds two hours, you are entitled to certain benefits, such as complimentary drinks and/or a meal, as well as accommodation and transportation arrangements if an overnight stay is necessary at the destination.

Additionally, you may be eligible for Transavia reimbursement for expenses incurred, including transportation and accommodation costs. To claim these benefits, you can submit a claim form through Click2Refund. Be sure to have your booking details and receipts ready to provide proof of your expenses.

Note: Exceptional situations do not fall under situations eligible for a refund.

Your right to compensation depends on several factors. Flight delays due to so-called "extraordinary circumstances" are situations that do not fall within the cases qualifying for compensation.

Extraordinary circumstances are those beyond the control of Transavia Airlines, such, security issues, bad weather or problems at the airport. If your flight is delayed for reasons other than these, Transavia Airlines flight delay compensation will be available to you.

You can check compensation claim denial reasons of airline companies at our blog. You can also find what you can do in these cases.

According to EU Regulation 261/2003, compensation for canceled and delayed flights is paid in cash, electronic bank transfer, bank order, or by cheque. Airlines can provide vouchers as compensation, but it must always be in monetary form.

The value of the compensation varies between €250 and €600, depending on the length of the delay and the distance of the flight. It is important to know that the value of the compensation is not related to the price of the ticket.

Transavia Air compensation amounts to:

  • 250 euros for flights shorter than 1500 kilometers
  • 400 euros for flights within the EU longer than 1500 kilometers and for other flights between 1500 and 3500 kilometers
  • 600 euros for flights outside the EU, longer than 3500 kilometers

Which flights does EC 261 cover?

Covered by EC 261:

  • Transavia flights departing from EU airports
  • Transavia flights arriving at EU airports

What are my passenger rights in case of cancellation or delay of my Transavia Airlines flight?

According to EU legislation, passenger rights include:

  1. Compensation of up to €600
  2. The right to compensation covers flights delayed by at least 3 hours, canceled flights, or flights denied boarding due to overbooking
  3. Retroactive right to compensation for flights that were canceled within the last 2 years

My Transavia flight is cancelled. What should I do?

  • Confirm the reason for the delay or cancellation.
  • Gather evidence such as pictures, receipts for costs incurred, your Transavia reservation code, vouchers, and more.
  • Insist on your basic benefits through specialized companies, such as Click 2 Refund.

If your flight happens to be changed or canceled, keep an eye on your inbox for an email. Also, do a quick check in your ''My Transavia'' account for the flight status. Now, let's say your flight plans get a little shakeup, and if, by any chance, it's canceled on the day it was supposed to take off, reach out to Transavia customer service.

Now, if your flight has taken a detour, the email you received probably spills the beans on your options: pick an alternative flight, grab a refund, or give your flight plans a remix. If you're offered an alternative or you've found a similar flight near your original departure or destination spot, good news - Transavia will cover the extra costs you picked up along the way.

But wait, if the worst-case scenario hits and your flight gets the ax, the email lays down the options: either jump on another Transavia Airlines flight on a different day or ask for a refund. Unfortunately, there might be times when there's no Plan B available, but in that case, Transavia will make sure your money finds its way back to you.

Checking the online Transavia flight status

Do you want to check the status of your Transavia flight online?

When it comes to staying informed about your flight status with Transavia Airlines, you've got two convenient options at your disposal. Let's break them down for you:

  • Explore the Transavia Airlines Website

For those who prefer the online route, the Transavia Airlines website is your go-to hub. Navigate to the site and choose the "flight status" option. A user-friendly interface will guide you through the process. Simply input your flight number. You'll gain access to a treasure trove of real-time information, including the estimated time of arrival, any potential delays, or even cancellations. It's a straightforward approach that puts the power of information right at your fingertips.

  • Install the Transavia Airlines App

For those who lean towards the tech-savvy side, installing the Transavia Airlines app is the way to go. This nifty application provides a seamless experience, allowing you to effortlessly track the status of your flight with just a few taps on your device. The added convenience? You can receive updates at any time, ensuring you stay in the loop, whether you're at home, at the airport, or on the go. It's a smart and efficient way to keep abreast of any changes to your travel plans.

Changing a Transavia flight and how to do it?

List of things you can change on the official Transavia website:

  • Change of travel date
  • Change of flight time
  • Passenger details

All the mentioned actions can be modified up to 2 hours before departure, and immediately after, you will know the cost of the performed changes. Afterward, you will receive a confirmation of the new reservation.

If your change involves altering the departure and arrival locations, this can only be done by calling the Transavia Service Center up to 24 hours before departure. Changes related to baggage, pets, and services are also handled through the Service Center.

Which documents are necessary to claim compensation for a cancelled or delayed Transavia flight?

Securing compensation for a delayed flight with Transavia Airlines is a process intricately tied to the thorough preparation of your documentation. This underscores the importance of diligently compiling all the requisite paperwork to facilitate the successful realization of the refund you are seeking. In navigating this journey, meticulous attention to detail becomes paramount. To assert your right to compensation, it becomes imperative to furnish specific documents that serve as crucial evidence in support of your claim. Ensuring you have the right paperwork not only expedites the process but also significantly enhances the likelihood of a favorable outcome.

  • To claim compensation, the first step is to have your flight ticket ready as one of the proofs and a reservation or ticket purchase confirmation.
  • The second step involves presenting evidence of the delay from Transavia Airlines. A statement from the company confirming the delay, information about the scheduled departure time and actual departure time, as well as any official information from the airline.
  • Keep the invoices for your extra expenses. such as meals, accommodation, and transportation.
  • Identification, as proof of your identity, is also necessary in the compensation process by all airlines, including Transavia Airlines.

Remember, the more thorough and comprehensive your documentation, the smoother the process of claiming compensation becomes. It's not just about meeting the airline's requirements but about building a compelling narrative that underscores the validity of your claim.

Help with claiming compensation for a canceled Transavia flight is available.

We suggest utilizing Click 2 Refund's complimentary flight delay compensation calculator for more details. Inputting essential flight information takes just a few minutes, and the calculator will notify you of your eligibility for compensation and the corresponding amount. Our professional legal team will reach you immediately and inform you regarding the details.

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About  Transavia

Transavia Airlines, founded in 1965 in the Netherlands, provides affordable travel across Europe, North Africa, and Western Asia. As part of the Air France-KLM Group, Transavia has gained recognition for its budget-friendly flights and diverse destinations. Its main hubs are Amsterdam Airport Schiphol and Paris Orly, strategically positioned for seamless passenger connectivity.

Transavia employs more than 2,400 employees worldwide and operates a mainline fleet of more than 57 aircraft. It has declared € 1,436,000,000 in revenue. Transavia offers service to 88 destinations in 20 countries and they have carried more than 14.8 million passengers in 2017.

The backbone of their fleet consists of reliable Boeing aircraft, including the 737-700 and 737-800 models, ensuring efficiency and flexibility. Transavia’s fleet consists of Boeing 737 Next Gen model aircrafts. The average age of the fleet is 9.7 years. The youngest aircrafts are the Boeing 737 Next Gen at 9.7 years old. They rank 121 among 249 airlines operating this type of aircraft. The most common aircraft in the fleet is the Boeing 737 Next Gen with 43 of them at hand. They rank 121 among 249 airlines operating this type of aircraft.