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Compensation Eligibility for VY 8464 Flight Delay 

If your Vueling VY 8464 flight from Barcelona International Airport (BCN) to Lisbon Humberto Delgado Airport (LIS) experiences a delayed arrival, you may be entitled to flight delay compensation. According to Regulation EU EC261/ 2004, Vueling Airlines is required to provide indemnification if the delay upon arrival in Lisbon exceeds 3 hours.

Do you want to know if you can get compensation for your Vueling flight VY 8464? Allow the AirAdvisor team to assist you with our free flight checker for flight VY8464, which can determine whether you meet the compensation criteria. 


VY 8464 Flight Cancelled: Your Right to Compensation

If your Vueling flight, VY 8464, from Barcelona International Airport to Lisbon Humberto Delgado 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 Vueling Airlines rejects their requests for flight cancellation compensation. This situation is less likely to occur with AirAdvisor claims.

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

 Delayed or cancelled Vueling flight VY8464 how to proceed

Flight VY 8464 has been cancelled, entitlement to a refund

If Vueling Airlines cancels your flight VY 8464, they are required by law to honor your request for a refund of a ticket from Barcelona to Lisbon, as well as compensation for any additional expenses caused directly by the disturbance (such as a night accommodation in Barcelona).

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Vueling Airlines – Need to Know

Vueling Airlines, a Spanish low-cost carrier, has become the largest airline in Spain since its establishment in 2004. The airline is owned by IAG – International Airlines Group and operates from over 15 operational bases, serving more than 140 destinations. In 2019, Vueling Airlines carried over 34 million passengers with a fleet size of 126 aircraft. The airline’s commitment to efficiency and affordability has contributed to its success and popularity among travelers.

What You Should Know About Barcelona’s International Airport

Barcelona Airport, also called El Prat de Llobregat Aeropuerto, ranks second in terms of the country’s busiest airports and remains the main airport serving the city of Barcelona. Depending on your departure point, this airport is approximately 15 km outside the heart of Barcelona, so it’s not hard to access its two modern terminals. Passengers can expect a range of domestic and international flights, with airlines like Ryanair, Vueling, and Iberia operating from the airport. Some of the most popular flights from Barcelona Airport include Mallorca, Rome, and Amsterdam, and in all, this efficient airport provides a link to 60 countries and nearly 200 unique destinations. Between 50 and 52 million travellers routinely transit through Barcelona’s El Prat in a given year, and these passengers have access to shopping, dining, and other useful services, like money exchange, car rental, and luggage storage. With everything it has to offer, it’s not surprising that Barcelona’s Airport is constantly busy.

Get to Know Lisbon's Portela Airport

Humberto Delgado Airport, commonly referred to as Lisbon Airport, serves as the main international gateway to Portugal. Located just seven kilometres northeast of Lisbon's city centre, the airport is a significant European hub, with passenger volume ranking 16th on the continent in 2021. It is a crucial point of access to Brazil and serves as the primary hub for Portugal's national airline, TAP Air Portugal, as well as for low-cost carriers Ryanair and easyJet. Despite its importance and substantial capacity for handling passengers and tonnes of cargo, Lisbon Portela Airport is notable for being one of the most congested airports in Europe and remains one of the few major airports with a direct approach path over the city.


Compensation for the Vueling VY 8464 Flight from Barcelona to Lisbon: Questions and Answers


What should be done if flight VY 8464 from Barcelona to Lisbon is delayed?

Inquire with Vueling 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 Vueling. We operate under a No-Win, No-Fee approach, so there is no risk for you.


Can I still claim compensation for my flight VY 8464 upon its arrival at Lisbon 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 VY 8464, or in the situation of cancellation.


How much can I receive in compensation for the delay of my flight VY 8464?

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


What other labels can flight VY8464 have?

You are looking at the same flight from Vueling if you see VY8464, VLG8464, VY 8464, or VLG 8464.