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Looking to file claims for your Turkish Airlines delayed flight?

  • Missed a connecting flight?
  • Or, found your flight canceled 14 days before the scheduled departure?
  • Or, a flight delayed for more than 3 hours?
  • Or, denied boarding due to overbooking?

Then you may qualify for compensation from Turkish Airlines per passenger under EU Regulation 261/2014. Find out how much you can claim in just 2 minutes. No obligation!

Turkish Airlines Flight Delay Claims

No flight left behind!

What do you need to know about Turkish Airlines flight delay compensation?

Turkish Airlines, Turkey's premier carrier based at Istanbul Airport, is subject to EC Regulation 261/2004 for EU departures. Under Turkish legislation on Air Passenger Rights (SHY-Passenger), passengers also enjoy similar rights for flights departing from non-EU countries.

If your flight with EU departure is canceled, denied boarding, or delayed over 3 hours, you're entitled to compensation:

  • Flights up to 1500 KM: €250
  • Flights between 1500-3500 KM: €400
  • Flights 3500 KM and above: €600

Plus, in case of cancellations and delays of more than 4 hours, you can request refreshments, meals, free of charge 2 phone calls, emails, and accommodation where a stay of one or more nights become necessary.


  • Navigating Turkish Airlines flight compensations can be a bumpy ride
  • Cutting through the Turkish Airlines flight compensation process can be challenging.

Filing Turkish Airlines flight compensation, like any other airline, can be a daunting task. From understanding eligibility to dealing with complex policies and inconsistent customer service, you may find innumerable hurdles.

  • Determining eligibility

    Details of flight issues, exceptions, etc., decide whether you will get a refund or not.

  • The language challenge

    Communication hurdles are common if you’re not familiar with the Turkish language.

  • Navigating the paper trail

    Collecting and submitting your ticket, boarding passes, and receipts makes it time-consuming.

  • The policy puzzles

    Intricate rules for compensation claims add to the complexity of the process.

  • Time tested patience

    A lengthy journey that often takes weeks or even months, and the outcome isn’t always as desired.

  • Claims denied

    Processes often end up paving the need for appeals or legal guidance even when the entitlement is justified.

  • Regulatory Implications

    Your flight situation and destination often impact the Turkish and European passenger rights, pushing you towards claims exception zones.

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Flight Cancellations

Turkish Airlines Canceled Flight Compensation: Things To Remember

If you find your flight with Turkish Airlines canceled 14 days before scheduled departure, then you’re fully eligible for Turkish Airlines canceled flight compensations. The airline must provide an alternative flight or a full refund, complying with EU Regulation 261/2014 mandates per passenger.

Exceptions to compensation for flight cancellations

Turkish Airlines is exempt from providing compensation in cases of extraordinary circumstances. This means if an unforeseen event beyond the airline's control necessitates a cancellation, Turkish Airlines is not liable for flight cancellation compensation.

Flight Delays

Turkish Airlines Flight Delay Compensation: Must Remember Points

If you are delayed by Turkish Airlines for 3 hours or more, you can claim up to EU Regulation 261/2014 compensation per passenger. Note that when computing compensations for a delayed flight the arrival time at your destination is considered, not the departure time.

Exceptions to compensation for flight delays

Turkish Airlines and similar carriers don’t offer compensation for delays caused by external factors like severe weather, airport incidents, or air traffic control strikes. These are considered as extraordinary circumstances.

Compensation Amount

What Is Your Eligible EU261 Compensation Amount?

Your Turkish Airlines flight compensation depends on your planned flight distance:

  • up to €250 for flights up to 1,500 km
  • Transferring compensations to your account in no time
  • up to €400 for flights between 1,500 and 3,500 km &
  • up to €600 for flights over 3,500 km

Discover how the length of your original flight affects your Turkish Airlines refund or compensation. Unsure about eligibility? Try our flight delay and cancellations compensation calculator.

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About  Turkish Airlines

Established in 1933 in Turkey, Turkish Airlines is headquartered in Istanbul and is a member of the Star Alliance, earning prestigious Skytrax awards.

Subsidiaries include Anadolu Jet, SunExpress, Turkish Technic, Air Albania, THY Teknik A.S., THY OPET Aviation Fuels, and North Cyprus Airlines.

With a global workforce of over 31,543 employees and a fleet of 334+ aircraft, Turkish Airlines boasts revenue of $10,958,000,000.

Serving 300 destinations in 117 countries, Turkish Airlines transported over 68.6 million passengers in 2017.

The fleet primarily comprises Airbus A321 aircraft, with an average fleet age of 6.8 years. The youngest aircraft, Boeing 777, is just 4.5 years old.

Turkish Airlines has recorded six accident reports to date, with the most recent one in 2009 involving a Boeing 737 Next Gen aircraft in Amsterdam, Netherlands.