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Flight compensation may be due in up to for different circumstances! Find out more about which flights are eligible for a pay out.

See what our customers have to say…

Delayed flights do not necessarily have to end on a negative note. With GIVT’s help, a family of four – whose holiday flight from Bursa and back was delayed by over 3 hours – was able to claim €3200 in 30 days!
Marc from London
Last minute cancellation of a flight from London to Frankfurt resulted in a missed connection to Tampa. Thanks to GIVT, the airline paid out €600 in compensation in 30 days!
Amelia from Cambridge
The 200-minute delay that was faced by a family of five travelling with a low-cost carrier from Manchester to the sunny Antalya stopped being an issue after GIVT was able to turn the disruption into extra €2000 in compensation!
Olivier from Manchester

Claiming is easy! See how…

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Claiming is easy! See how…

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We will verify your flight eligibility

In a couple of minutes we will tell you how much compensation you are entitled to.

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We will enforce your rights

Our experts will contact your airline, and take all the legal steps necessary to get your flight compensation.

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You could get as much as €600

We will keep you updated on your claim progress, right to the end.

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10.01.2020

Follow your astrological sign. A special GIVT guide to travel for 2020!

Aries Horoscope 2020 2020 is a year of balance for Aries. Even though you will be ambitious, you will be more realistic about your goals. Stability will be seen in all aspects of your life, especially your relationships. Changes and new opportunities in your profession will keep you busy in 2020. Everything will work out…

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03.01.2020

Italy – 24 hour National Aviation Strike January 14th

Strikes to continue in 2020 Members of ENAV, the national air traffic operator, have announced a 24 hour national strike on the 14th of January, extending to 48 hours in Liguria, including Genoa, La Spezia, Savona, Imperia. Strikes by Air Italy and Alitalia have also been announced for the same day at the following airports…

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16.12.2019

Passenger Rights Comparison – Canada, EU and USA

Although the European Union is less than half the size of the United States it boasts nearly 200 million more inhabitants. Despite these differences, flight passenger numbers for the EU and the US are nearly the same, but passenger habits and the types of flights are quite different, and this is reflected in the passenger…

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12.12.2019

Friday the 13th Strikes Again! More strikes at Italian airports.

Friday the 13th of December will be very unlucky for the thousands of people whose flights have been cancelled due 24-hour air transport sector strikes. As part of ongoing strikes staff of Alitalia and Air Italy will be staging a walkout between 10am and 6pm, but it will affect flights from as early as Thursday…

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09.12.2019

Can you take food on a plane?

With all the restrictions on security at airports sometimes it’s hard to know exactly what foodstuffs you can bring on a plane. In general, you can bring anything that is not on the list of banned items onboard your flight nor anything controlled or illegal in the country of depart or arrival. Is there are…

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05.12.2019

Major flight disturbances expected on December 5th in all French Airports

Nationwide strikes will bring traffic to a halt in France on Thursday the 5th of December. As part of continuing protests against pension reform unions across the country have called on members to strike. Most effected with be rail travel with national rail company SNCF cancelling 90% of services and Parisian transport system RAPT with…

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