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Compensation Eligibility for SN 2095 Flight Delay 

If your Brussels Airlines SN 2095 flight from Brussels Airport (BRU) to London Heathrow Airport (LHR) experiences a delayed arrival, you may be entitled to flight delay compensation. According to Regulation EU EC261/ 2004, Brussels Airlines is required to provide indemnification if the delay upon arrival in London exceeds 3 hours.

Do you want to know if you can get compensation for your Brussels Airlines flight SN 2095? Allow the AirAdvisor team to assist you with our free flight checker for flight SN2095, which can determine whether you meet the compensation criteria. 


SN 2095 Flight Cancelled: Your Right to Compensation

If your Brussels Airlines flight, SN 2095, from Brussels Airport to London Heathrow Airport is cancelled, you may be eligible for a refund of up to 250€, as long as your flight meets the specific requirements.

When our clients try to resolve the issue without legal help, they frequently complain that Brussels Airlines rejects their requests for flight cancellation compensation. This situation is less likely to occur with AirAdvisor claims.

 Demand compensation for the delayed arrival of Brussels Airlines at London Heathrow Airport

Flight Delays and Cancellations: Your Passenger Rights and What You Should Do 

 Delayed or cancelled Brussels Airlines flight SN2095 how to proceed

Flight SN 2095 has been cancelled, entitlement to a refund

If Brussels Airlines cancels your flight SN 2095, they are required by law to honor your request for a refund of a ticket from Brussels to London, as well as compensation for any additional expenses caused directly by the disturbance (such as a night accommodation in Brussels).

Find out more about flight SN2095 refund.


See Brussels Airlines's SN2095 flight from Brussels to London on this route map


Trip disruptions on Brussels Airlines - getting compensation

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Brussels Airlines: Belgium's Airline Giant

Brussels Airlines is the flag carrier of Belgium and is headquartered at Brussels Airport. Founded in 2006, the airline operates 41 aircraft and flies to over 85 destinations. It is part of the Lufthansa Group and is a member of the Star Alliance. With a commitment to professionalism, Brussels Airlines employs more than 3100 individuals who are dedicated to providing the safest and most enjoyable travel experience for passengers.

The Facts on Brussels Airport

Located just 6.5 mi from Belgium’s capital city, Brussels Airport (IATA code: BRU) is a key international airport offering 3 well-managed runways and spans an impressive 3,000 acres. Although it’s far from the busiest airport around - nearby Charles de Gaulle Airport in France sees more than double BRU’s passengers - Brussels Airport is still a hub of activity. On an annual basis, north of 26 million business and leisure passengers use the airport to reach over 150 worldwide destinations. With its impressive scale and location, Brussels Airport will continue to be a very useful gateway for Belgian and international air passengers.

London Heathrow Airport: The Scoop

Heathrow Airport is the main international airport serving London in England, and it's one of the busiest airports in the world. Spanning across 1,227 hectares, Heathrow lies 23 kilometres west of the city centre and officially opened as a commercial airport on 31 May 1946. With over 67 million passengers annually and an average of 128,178 daily in 2022, Heathrow has become an integral part of the city's transportation system. The airport consists of four terminals that allow passenger flow to be seamless and efficient. Furthermore, Heathrow has an extensive list of airlines, with flights departing to 214 destinations across 84 countries, making it a true hub of international travel.


Compensation for the Brussels Airlines SN 2095 Flight from Brussels to London: Questions and Answers


What should be done if flight SN 2095 from Brussels to London is delayed?

Inquire with Brussels Airlines about the reason for the delay and submit a claim for compensation risk-free. AirAdvisor team can help you in asserting your claim, even against Brussels Airlines. We operate under a No-Win, No-Fee approach, so there is no risk for you.


Can I still claim compensation for my flight SN 2095 upon its arrival at London Airport due to a delay of 2 hours?

EU 261/2004 Regulation offers the possibility of compensation for a delayed flight of up to 250€ only for delays longer than 3 hours on flight SN 2095, or in the situation of cancellation.


How much can I receive in compensation for the delay of my flight SN 2095?

EU Regulation 261/2004 guarantees you compensation for a delayed flight of 250€ if your arrival in London is delayed by 3 hours or more.


What other labels can flight SN2095 have?

You are looking at the same flight from Brussels Airlines if you see SN2095, BEL2095, SN 2095, or BEL 2095.