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Delayed BA 632 Flight: Claiming Compensation

Regulation EU EC261/ 2004 mandates that British Airways compensate passengers for flight delays if your flight BA 632 departing from London Heathrow Airport (LHR) and traveling to Eleftherios Venizelos International Airport (ATH) is delayed upon arrival. The airline must pay flight delay compensation if your arrival time in Athens is more than 3 hours late.

Passengers on British Airways flight BA 632 may be eligible for compensation, and AirAdvisor's team can help you determine if you do. We provide a free flight checker for flight BA632 to help you determine your eligibility and navigate the compensation process.

 

BA 632 Flight Cancelled: Your Compensation Rights

Passengers on British Airways flight BA 632 from London Heathrow Airport to Eleftherios Venizelos International Airport may be eligible for compensation of {{compensation}}€ if the flight is cancelled, subject to specific eligibility criteria.

When our clients try to resolve it themselves, British Airways frequently denies their requests for flight cancellation compensation; however, AirAdvisor claims can help avoid this issue. 

 Claiming compensation from British Airways for delayed arrival at Eleftherios Venizelos International Airport

Passenger Rights: Flight Compensation and How to Proceed

 Delayed or cancelled British Airways flight BA632 next steps

Passengers on Flight BA 632 have the right to a refund if the flight is cancelled

According to the law, if your flight BA 632 is cancelled, British Airways is required to reimburse you for any additional expenses (such as an overnight accommodation in London) directly caused by the disruption, as well as to honor your request for a refund of the London to Athens ticket. 

Learn more about flight BA632 refund.

 

Route Map of British Airways Flight BA632 from London to Athens



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What amount of compensation can be claimed in case of delayed or cancelled British Airways flights

Facts Regarding British Airways

British Airways (BA) has a rich history in the aviation industry, having been founded in 1919. As the flag carrier of the United Kingdom, it has become a prominent player in the realm of air travel. With its headquarters located in London, England, and situated near Heathrow Airport, BA holds a special place in the hearts of Brits. Boasting a fleet of 257 planes and serving 183 destinations, BA is the second largest UK-based carrier, catering to millions of individuals' travel needs worldwide. Remarkably, with over 100 years of providing flight services, BA has managed to amass a team of 30,000 committed employees who are dedicated to ensuring that each flight experience remains remarkable.

Meet Heathrow (LHR) - London's Airport

Heathrow Airport, formerly known as London Airport, is the biggest and busiest international airport in the London airport system, located 14 miles west of London. With a history dating back to 1929, the airport now boasts two parallel east-west runways, four passenger terminals, and one cargo terminal. It serves as the primary hub for leading airlines such as British Airways and Virgin Atlantic, welcoming an average of 536 flights per day in 2021. In the same year, Heathrow Airport saw over 19.4 million passengers passing through its terminals, making it the second busiest airport in Europe and the world.

"Eleftherios Venizelos" Airport Overview

Located in Greece, Athens Airport (ATH) is the largest international airport in the country. Opened on March 28th, 2001, the airport serves as a hub for Aegean Airlines and Greek airlines. As a member of Group 1 of Airports Council International, the airport handles a massive amount of passenger flow, with almost 1.5 million passengers in just the first three months of 2023. Last year, the airport saw almost 97,000 total flights and over 22 million passengers, making it a crucial transportation hub for both Greece and Europe.

 

FAQs about Flight Compensation for British Airways BA 632 from London to Athens

 

What should you do if flight BA 632 from London to Athens experiences a delay?

You can submit a claim for compensation risk-free after you ask British Airways for the delay reasons. Our knowledgeable team can assist you in arguing your case, even against British Airways. You can be confident because we operate on a No-Win, No-Fee basis, so you have nothing to lose.

 

Can I request compensation if my flight BA 632 was delayed by 2 hours upon arrival at Athens Airport?

If your flight BA 632 is delayed less than 3 hours, EC 261 Regulation from 2004 does not entitle you to submit your compensation claim and get a refund for a disrupted flight. But in the situation of flight cancellation or a longer delay, you may qualify for a compensation of 400€.

 

If there is a delay for my flight BA 632, what compensation am I eligible to claim?

If your arrival in Athens is delayed by 3 hours or more, you have the right to claim compensation for the delayed flight of 400€ under UE 261 Regulation.

 

How else can the flight BA632 be identified?

You can refer to this British Airways flight as BA632, BAW632, BA 632, or BAW 632.