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Compensation Claim and Refund for Flight OS130 Delay or Cancellation

If you arrive at the Frankfurt am Main International Airport and happen to see your flight OS130 status: Delayed or Cancelled, don’t get upset - we are here to help. Learn your passenger rights below in case your flight OS130 heading to Vienna was disrupted.
Austrian Airlines - OS130 (AUA130)
250 €
Frankfurt am Main International Airport (FRA)
Germany
Vienna International Airport (VIE)
Austria
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Last Updated: June 01, 2023

Compensation for Delayed OS 130 Flight

You may be entitled to compensation if the Austrian Airlines flight OS 130 that departs from Frankfurt Airport (FRA) and travels to Vienna International Airport (VIE) is delayed. This is because Austrian Airlines is required to provide flight delay compensation if upon arrival in Vienna the delay lasts longer than 3 hours under Regulation EU EC261/ 2004

Our staff at AirAdvisor can help you figure out if you're entitled to reimbursement for your OS 130 flight. If you fulfill the requirements, you can use our free flight checker for flight OS130 as a helpful tool to help you apply for compensation from Austrian Airlines.

 

Compensation for Cancelled OS 130 Flight

You may be able to receive 250€ if your flight OS 130 from Frankfurt am Main International Airport (FRA) to Vienna International Airport (VIE), is cancelled by Austrian Airlines. 

Our clients have told us that if they attempt to manage their compensation claims for cancelled flights without legal representation, Austrian Airlines routinely rejects them. However, if you submit your claim through AirAdvisor, it is doubtful that this will occur. You have greater chances to get your money back with zero risks. 

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Passenger Rights and What To Do to Claim OS 130 Flight Compensation

 Flight OS130 Passenger Rights

Passengers on Cancelled Flight OS 130: Know Your Refund Rights

Austrian Airlines is required by law to respond your request for a refund of your Frankfurt to Munchen ticket and to cover any additional expenses incurred as a result of the cancellation of your flight OS 130 (such as overnight accommodation in Frankfurt).

More to learn about flight OS130 refund.

 

Austrian Airlines Flight OS130 Route Map from Frankfurt to Vienna



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Austrian Airlines Overview

Austrian Airlines, as Austria's largest airline and a part of the Lufthansa Group, has long been a trusted name for travel within Central and Eastern Europe. Headquartered in Vienna, the airline has a fleet size of 65 and flies to 130 different destinations. Since its founding in 1957, Austrian Airlines has transported over 305 million passengers and has around 6000 employees. With approximately 220 flights every day and a revenue of EUR 1.871 mio as of 2022, Austrian Airlines maintains a professional and reliable presence within the aviation industry.

 

Frankfurt Airport (FRA): The Story

Frankfurt am Main International Airport is a major hub for global air travel, located just 12 km from the city center. As the 6th busiest airport in Europe, it handled an impressive 48,923,474 passengers in 2022. Spanning across 2,300 hectares, the airport boasts two terminals, four runways, and serves 98 airlines with 306 destinations across 98 countries. As the base of Deutsche Lufthansa, Frankfurt Airport is a vital pillar of the global aviation industry. Its world-class facilities and efficient passenger flow make it a top choice for travelers from around the world.

Intro to Vienna Airport (VIE)

Vienna International Airport, located in Schwechat just 18 km (11 mi) from central Vienna, is the largest airport in Austria. It serves as a hub for Austrian Airlines and is also a base for low-cost carriers Wizz Air and Ryanair. With high capacities and capabilities of handling the Airbus A380, the airport is impressive in magnitude. Popular in European destinations, it also offers long-haul flights to North America, Africa, and Asia. Its modern terminals and efficient passenger flow ensure that travelers can quickly and comfortably navigate through the airport.

 

Frequently Asked Questions About OS 130 Flight Compensation on Austrian Airlines's Frankfurt-Vienna Route

If flight OS 130 from Frankfurt am Main International Airport to Vienna International Airport is delayed, what should you do?

Inquire with Austrian Airlines about the cause of the delay and submit a claim for compensation risk-free. Even with Austrian Airlines, our knowledgeable team has extensive experience advocating for your claim. You have nothing to lose because we operate on a No-Win, No-Fee basis.

Can I receive compensation if my OS 130 flight arrived at Munchen Airport 2 hours later than scheduled?

EU regulations do not provide passengers with compensation for delays of less than 3 hours upon arrival. But if your OS 130 flight was cancelled or arrived Munchen Airport with a delay of longer than 3 hours, you may be eligible for compensation of up to 250€.

What amount of compensation I can request for my flight OS 130 if it was delayed?

If your arrival in Vienna is delayed by 3 hours or more, you are eligible for a compensation of 250€, according to EU 261/2004 Regulation.

How else can I identify the flight OS 130?

OS 130 as well as OS130 or AUA130/AUA 130, are some alternative references for this particular Austrian Airlines flight.

 

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