Lawyer Erika Kullberg shares flight delay compensation tips

Having your flight delayed or canceled is annoying, especially when you need to be in time for a wedding, baby shower, funeral, party, or other important event. You should be aware that some problems, such as bad weather, air traffic and mechanical problems, are difficult to predict and can cause delays.

The good thing about this is that you can get compensated for your flight delay. We’ll show you how this can be achieved on JetBlue Airways.

We all know JetBlue, a major American low-cost airline, and also the seventh largest airline in North America by passengers carried. If your flight was delayed on JetBlue, you need to know some information about your compensation.

JetBlue Compensation

Depending on the airline, for trips booked through jetblue.com or 1-800-JETBLUE:
• If your flight is eligible for compensation, you will receive an email from JetBlue within seven days of your flight’s scheduled departure. This will happen automatically and there is no need to contact JetBlue.

Also,

For trips not booked through jetblue.com or 1-800-JETBLUE:
• We may not have your contact information. If your flight is eligible for compensation, please call 1-800-JETBLUE (538-2583) seven days or more after your flight’s scheduled departure to inquire about possible compensation.

JetBlue Compensation Amount

The amount of compensation on JetBlue differs from the delay time.

Customers whose flight is delayed due to a controllable irregularity are entitled to compensation valid for future travel on JetBlue

Time of delayAmount of compensation3 – 3:59 hours$50 credit4 – 4:59 hours$100 credit5 – 5:59 hours$150 credit6 hours or more$200 credit

On TikTok, Erika Kullberg, a lawyer who studied at Georgetown Law in the United States, also explained how to get paid for a flight delay on JetBlue. Watch the video below.

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