Air Inuit is a Canadian airline founded in 1978 and headquartered in Montreal.
The company, for all departures from EU airports, must comply with European regulation EC No 261/2004 which protects travelers from any possible disruption to flights.
The tool below is an effective way to quickly get a claim and claim compensation after an air disruption.
Cancellation ... What do you need to know?
The company is not liable in the event of a scheduled cancellation and has been the subject of an information message to passengers at least 15 days before.
Claims are not eligible if this cancellation is the result of exceptional conditions such as the weather.
Assistance in case of cancellation: The company will provide refreshments, meals and accommodation with transportation if necessary ... it depends on the waiting time at the airport.
Reimbursement? you have the right to choose the refund or re-routing to the final destinations under the same conditions
For any last-minute cancellations caused by the company, travelers are entitled to compensation of € 250, € 400 or € 600 (depending on the distance from the flight).
The company practices overbooking to prevent possible cancellations of reservations. Following this, she is obliged to refuse boarding to some travelers.
Travelers can opt for a refund or rerout to the destination. They are entitled to assistance as well.
If the passenger is denied boarding against his will or not, he can claim compensation up to € 600, depending on the length of the flight.
Travelers are entitled to assistance for delays caused, they can also claim compensation for any delay of three hours or more (calculated after arrival at the airport).
The compensation varies depending on the route: € 250 for trips up to 1500km, € 400 for flights up to 1500km and € 600 for flights over 3500km.
The support is based on the waiting time of passengers at the airport. They are entitled to assistance with meals, refreshments, ...
Missed Connecting Flight
You missed your flight? You do not know what to do?
In case of missed connection during a stopover flight, travelers must inquire about the companies that handle the flight.
If this is the same company, travelers will benefit from a rerouting to the destination. In the case of various companies, it is the one who made the late departure that will be responsible ... but the traveler could pay a fee to exchange his flight!
The passenger can therefore claim compensation for any delay exceeding three hours (on arrival). The compensation varies between € 250 and € 600. For this, the company must not be responsible for the delay or cancellation, and must prove the exceptional conditions.