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German airports and their reliance
In 2016 European airports processed roughly 10 million flights in total. About 10 percent of those connections experienced flight delays with an average of approximately 17 minutes.
Traveling to the Canary islands by plane
Spending holidays on the Canary Islands is always a great idea. The island group west of Africa offers great weather conditions all year long and its volcanic origin makes for an impressive atmosphere you won´t find elsewhere.
Berlin's transition to a super-hub and other airports in Eastern Germany
Berlin is the only place in the eastern part of Germany with a large-scale international airport - Berlin Tegel Airport (TXL). The other airports outside of Berlin are much smaller, with Leipzig / Halle Airport (LEJ) and Dresden Airport (DRS) being the only ones with more than one million passengers per year.
Medium-size and smaller airports in Germany
Germany´s five largest airports are spread quite evenly over the whole country and help more than 150 million travelers to reach their destinations (Frankfurt, Munich, Düsseldorf, Berlin-Tegel, Hamburg).
The largest airports of Germany
Frankfurt Airport (FRA) is by far the largest among Germany´s many airports. More than 60 million passengers passed through this important hub in 2016. Its current capacity is around 65 million which means there is some margin left for further growth.
Germany's Rhine-Ruhr region: home for 10 million people
The Rhine-Ruhr Region is one of the most densely populated areas of Germany. Rhine and Ruhr are two rivers which are surrounded by many interconnected larger cities in a kind of supercity. More than 10 million people live here.
Aviation passenger rights in Europe
In 2016 European airports processed roughly 10 million flights in total. About 10 percent of those connections experienced flight delays with an average of approximately 17 minutes. While this does not sound like a huge number we should care about too much – one has to consider that this is just an average.
The Balearic islands: each Balearic island as a touristic hotspot in the Mediterranean
The Balearic Islands have been a popular travel destination among Germans and British tourists for decades. It all started in the 1960s when a new, huge airport was built, paving the way for massive growth in the touristic sector.
MYFLYRIGHT is a legal tech company, specialized in the support of airline passengers affected by flight delays, flight cancellations, denied boarding, delayed or lost luggage and the refund of unused airline tickets. MYFLYRIGHT was founded in 2016 in Hamburg, Germany. The company operates out of 3 offices, its headquarters in Hamburg and its branches in Prague, Czech Republic and Zaporizhia, Ukraine. Currently, MYFLYRIGHT employs a team of around 25 people working in Marketing, Operations, Legal, Customer Support and IT. The organization operates across 5 markets – Germany, United Kingdom, Romania, Austria, and Switzerland.
MYFLYRIGHT’s goal is to provide access to justice for all aviation passengers who experience irregularities in their flight transportation. Notably, 75% of all compensation requests submitted by passengers get rejected. However, MYFLYRIGHT is able to successfully execute applicable customer claims in more than 98% of cases in court.
In case of a 3 hours flight delay at arrival
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In case of overbooking / denied boarding
Delayed / Lost luggage
In case of arriving without the luggage
In case of a missed / not boarded flight