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If you arrive at the Amsterdam Airport Schiphol and happen to see your flight HV5131 status: Delayed or Cancelled, don’t get upset - we are here to help. Learn your passenger rights below in case your flight HV5131 heading to Barcelona was disrupted.
Transavia Airlines - HV5131 (TRA5131)
250 €
Amsterdam Airport Schiphol (AMS)
Barcelona International Airport (BCN)
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Last Updated: April 20, 2023

Compensation for HV 5131 Flight Delay

Flight delay compensation may be available if your Transavia flight HV 5131 departing from Amsterdam Airport Schiphol (AMS) and traveling to Barcelona International Airport (BCN) experiences a delayed arrival. This is covered by Regulation EU EC261/ 2004 which requires Transavia Airlines to pay indemnification if the delay in flight arriving in Barcelona is more than 3 hours.

Our free flight checker for flight HV5131 can help you verify if you are eligible to receive compensation from Transavia for your flight HV 5131 if your circumstances meet the criteria, and the AirAdvisor professional team can assist you in this process.


Compensation for Cancelled HV 5131 Flight 

If your Transavia flight HV 5131 from Amsterdam Airport Schiphol to Barcelona International Airport gets cancelled, you may be eligible for a claim of 250€ if the specific circumstances of your flight qualify. 

Transavia Airlines may often deny flight cancellation compensation requests made by clients without professional legal assistance, but with AirAdvisor claims, this is unlikely to happen.

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Cancelled flight HV 5131: eligible for a refund

In the event of cancelled flight HV 5131, Transavia Airlines must legally meet your demand for a ticket reimbursement from Amsterdam to Barcelona, as well as compensate you for any additional costs incurred as a result of the disruption, such as an overnight stay in Amsterdam.

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Information About Transavia

Transavia Airlines, a subsidiary of KLM, began operation in 1965, providing flights to more than 10 million travellers annually. This air carrier has routes to over 120 different destinations, both international and domestic. With a fleet of nearly 90 aircraft, Transavia Airlines, based out of Amsterdam’s Schiphol Airport, flies business and leisure passengers throughout the Netherlands, Europe, and the Middle East.

Getting to Know Amsterdam’s Schiphol Airport

Founded in 1916, Schiphol Airport has been the gateway to the Netherlands for over 100 years. Currently, the airport remains one of Europe's largest and busiest, with millions of customers boarding the hundreds of available direct flights every year. Schiphol has routes all over Europe, the Americas, Asia, and Africa, offering travelers access to a wide range of flights crossing all corners of the world. The airport operates as a primary base for KLM and is a hub for budget airlines like EasyJet, Transavia, and TUIfly. Whether you're looking to start your journey or conclude it, this airport is the perfect place to start.

The Main Barcelona Airport Facts

Often shortened to El Prat de Llobregat or just El Prat, Barcelona International Airport (BCN) has been accepting commercial air traffic since 1927. The airport routinely sees over 40 million air passengers in a single year, and after Madrid, it is the country’s second-busiest airport. The bustling airport lies a 15-minute drive southwest of central Barcelona and has two convenient terminals offering non-stop flights to 195 cities spread across 60 countries.


FAQs about compensation for Transavia flight HV 5131 from Amsterdam to Barcelona

What steps should be taken if flight HV 5131 from Amsterdam to Barcelona gets delayed?

Inquire with the airline about the cause of the delay and submit a claim for compensation risk-free. AirAdvisor's skilled team can assist you in pursuing your claim even with Transavia Airlines. We have a No-Win, No-Fee policy, so there is no risk for you.

Can I receive compensation if my flight HV 5131 arrived at Barcelona Airport 2 hours late?

Regulation EU EC261/ 2004 does not provide compensation for delays of less than 3 hours on flight HV 5131. But, in the situation your flight is cancelled, or the delay is longer than 3 hours, you may be eligible for flight delay compensation of up to 250€.

Is there a specific amount of compensation I can receive for the delay of my flight HV 5131?

Under UE 261 Regulation from 2004, a delay of 3 hours or longer of Barcelona flight HV 5131 entitles you to claim compensation for delayed flight of 250€.

Are there any alternative names for flight HV5131?

The Transavia flight may also be known as HV5131, TRA5131, HV 5131, or TRA 5131.


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