Welcome to the press section

Welcome to the Press section

This page provides you with an overview of the latest press releases, industry news and media reporting on Flightright. You can also find additional press materials available for download.
Timo Helmke
Media contact
Phone: +49 152 54633145

About Flightright

Data, facts, and figures
Flightright is the leading consumer portal on the market for enforcing air passenger rights. We enforce the rights of passengers affected by flight delays, cancellations and denied boarding based on the European Union’s Air Passenger Rights Regulation 261/2004. We have already secured a total of more than EUR 350 million for our customers to date. In the digital landscape, our services are considered to be “legal tech” or “justice as a service”.

Flightright was set up in early 2010 by Dr Sven Bode and Dr Philipp Kadelbach. Sebastian Legler manages Flightright along with Dr Philipp Kadelbach.

Press materials

Press representatives can download the Flightright image material made available here to use in their reports without having to obtain the company’s prior approval. If you need higher-resolution images or have any other questions, just send an e-mail to press@flightright.co.uk.

Flightright Logo Set
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Sebastian Legler - CEO and Managing Director
Sebastian Legler
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Philipp Kadelbach - Founder
Philipp Kadelbach
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Press materials – full package

Download our full press package here.

Download press package

Press reviews

What the media has said about us
Travel Weekly – 20 August 2014 Brits miss out on millions for delayed and cancelled flights zum Artikel
ITV – 19. September 2014 One in Five Flights Delayed this Summer zum Artikel
Telegraph – 10. April 2015 Virgin Atlantic passengers demand compensation for ‘nightmare’ 33-hour flight delay zum Artikel
Mirror – 01 June 2015 The world’s five best airports to be stuck in if your flight is delayed zum Artikel
MailOnline – 10 April 2016 Thomas Cook told that bailiffs would IMPOUND multi-million pound plane unless €600 compensation for woman’s flight delay four years ago was paid zum Artikel