We can help you if your Singapore Airlines flight was delayed, cancelled or overbooked. Go to our website or use our free app to find out immediately if you are entitled to compensation in line with EU passenger rights. It’s quick and easy. The only thing you need to do: enter your flight details in our claim calculator. We take on all further steps and, if circumstances demand, will even take your case to court. We strictly work on the basis of “No Win, No Fee”, so charges are only incurred in the case of a successful outcome.
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Singapore Airlines stands for perfect service and a pleasant flight experience. And yet, at times, overbookings, cancellations for flight delays cannot be avoided. If such a case occurs, refund.me can help enforce your air passenger rights with Singapore Airlines. A flight disruption is stressful enough for grounded passengers.
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About Singapore Airlines
Singapore Airlines is an airline of the Republic of Singapore. The airline’s head office and home airport are located in the eponymous city. Singapore Changi Airport is also its main hub. The airline was founded in January 1972. Presently, it flies to over one hundred destinations worldwide. In 2013 the airline achieved a turnover of approx. $9.38 million, transported 18 million passengers and employed 14,515 in its workforce.
When am I entitled to compensation?
According to EU Regulation 261/ 2004 airline passengers are entitled to compensation in the event of flight delays and cancellations. This also applies to over-bookings and bumped flights.
Under which circumstances am I entitled to compensation?
There are several possibilities:
- You departed from an airport within Europe on any given airline (also includes non-EU airlines) or
- You arrived at an airport within Europe on a European airline
- Your flight was delayed at least three hours
- Your flight did not take place
- Your flight was over-booked. As a result there was no seat available
- You missed your connecting flight. As a result you arrived at your destination airport with a delay of more than three hours
Who can make a compensation claim?
Any person in the world has the right to lodge a claim for compensation. You do not have to be an EU citizen. The only requirement is that one or more of the above listed scenarios apply. Perhaps you know airline passengers who had problems with their flight in the last three years? We would be happy to help your friends.