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Delayed SN 2103 Flight. How to claim compensation from Brussels Airlines

It is never pleasant to experience a flight disruption when you are traveling. But, if you are flying with Brussels Airlines from Brussels Airport (BRU) to London Heathrow Airport (LHR) and your flight SN 2103 arrives late, you may be eligible for  flight delay compensation. The Regulation EU EC261/ 2004 requires Brussels Airlines to pay compensation if the delay is 3 hours or more at arrival.

With our free flight checker for flight SN2103 you can determine if your delayed flight meets the criteria for a reimbursement in a very easy way and totally free.


Compensation Claim for SN 2103 Flight Cancellation 

If Brussels Airlines cancelled your SN 2103 flight to London Heathrow Airport (LHR) and you are stuck in Brussels (BRU), you may be eligible to claim a compensation of 250€, given your flight specification. 

When dealing with the airline alone, many passengers declared they didn’t received compensation from Brussels Airlines.

AirAdvisor can help you avoid this situation and help you get a refund in case of cancelled SN 2103 flight. 

All you have to do is to submit your risk-free compensation claim with us!

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SN 2103 Flight Delay Compensation Passenger Rights

 Flight SN2103 Passenger Rights

Cancellation of Flight SN 2103: when are we eligible for a refund

In the event of a cancelled flight SN 2103,  Brussels Airlines is obliged by EU Regulation 261/2004 to grant your request for Brussels to London ticket refund and to compensate you for any additional expenses (overnight accommodation in Brussels) incurred due to the flight SN 2103 disruption.

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Claiming Brussels Airlines compensations for delayed or cancelled flights

Brussels Airlines - Belgium's Trusted

Brussels Airlines, the home carrier of Belgium and part of the Lufthansa Group, has been a favorite of travelers since its founding in 2006. Based at Brussels Airport, the airline operates 41 aircraft and offers flights to over 85 destinations worldwide. As a member of the Star Alliance and with a team of over 3100 employees, Brussels Airlines is committed to providing top-notch service and a comfortable travel experience for all of its passengers. With its professional and reliable operation, Brussels Airlines is a premiere choice for travelers seeking quality air travel.

Getting to Know Brussels Airport

Brussels Airport is a prominent international airport, located in the municipality of Zaventem in the Flemish Region of Belgium. With a magnitude of 6.5 NM (12.0 km; 7.5 mi), it serves as the home base for Brussels Airlines and TUI fly Belgium. In 2019, more than 26 million passengers arrived or departed from this airport, making it the 24th busiest airport in Europe. The passenger flow is smooth and efficient, thanks to the airport's state-of-the-art facilities and highly trained personnel. This airport is not only popular among travelers but also among job seekers, with 20,000 employees working here. Indeed, Brussels Airport's record of 90,000 passengers on 29 July 2016 is a testament to its unwavering commitment to excellence.

Get Acquainted with Heathrow Airport (LHR)

London Heathrow Airport, formerly known as London Airport, is the main international airport serving London, England, with the IATA code of LHR. Located 23 kilometres (14 miles) west of London, Heathrow Airport was founded as a small airfield in 1929 and has since grown to become the largest of the six international airports in the London airport system. Serving 19.4 million passengers in 2021, it is the primary hub for British Airways and Virgin Atlantic and considered Britain's busiest airport, as well as ranking second in the world and in Europe for international passenger traffic. The airport now has two parallel east-west runways, four passenger and one cargo terminals, and an average of 536 flights arriving or departing daily in 2021.


Brussels to London Brussels Airlines compensation for flight SN 2103 disruption - FAQ


My SN 2103 flight from Brussels to London is delayed. How to get a flight refund ?

In the situation you experience a delay or any disturbances on Flight SN 2103 from Brussels Airport to London Heathrow Airport, the steps you need to take are: reach out to Brussels Airlines to inquire about the cause, and then let the AirAdvisor team of experts with their extensive experience, to help you submit a claim for compensation risk-free. Our No-Win, No-Fee approach ensures that you won't incur any costs unless your claim is successful.


Can I get compensation if my flight SN 2103 arrived at London Airport 2 hours late?

Unfortunately, compensation for delays shorter than 3 hours on arrival for flight SN 2103 is not provided by EU law. However, you may be eligible for 250€ in compensation if Brussels Airlines cancelled the flight or delayed the flight SN 2103 longer than 3 hours on arrival.


How much is the compensation if my SN 2103 flight with Brussels Airlines was delayed?

As per EU Regulation 261, if you experience a delay of 3 hours or more upon arrival in London, you are entitled to a compensation of 250€.


What other ways can the SN2103 flight be referred to?

The SN2103 Brussels Airlines flight can also be referred to as BEL2103, SN 2103, or BEL 2103.