Thursday, September 26, 2013

For World Tourism Day, Refund.Me Shares Top “Water Airports”

To further promote passenger rights on this occasion, will offer their claims processing service free of charge for all EU flight delays, missed connections, cancellations and diversions occurring on 27 September
London, 26 September 2013 – Under the theme Water and Tourism, this year’s World Tourism Day focuses on tourism’s worldwide water conservation efforts. With this mind, presents their top 5 “water airports”, where landing strips and water join to form an impressive combination. is eager to do its part to make passenger rights worldwide more accessible and become the traveller’s best friend. For all flights on 27 September delayed by more than 3 hours upon arrival and for which passengers could therefore be eligible for up to 600€ under EU law, will process compensation claims free of charge.

1. Malé International Airport, Maldives: Gateway to the Maldives
2. Sint Maarten International Airport, Saint Martin: impressively low approach just over a popular tourist beach

3. Kansai International Airport, Osaka, Japan: water, water and more water, and then a 3km bridge to land

4. Juancho E. Yrausquin Airport, Saba, Netherlands (Carribeans): water, cliffs, mountains and a short runway. A beautiful combination!

5. Toronto City Centre Airport, Toronto, Canada: just off the shore of Toronto, next to a nudist beach. No jets allowed.

About is an international service provider that helps passengers enforce their claims to compensation for flight delays, cancellations and missed connections quickly and easily. Thanks to its specially developed, high-precision Advanced Business Logic (ABL) system, claims can be submitted through the website or the free mobile app. can quickly enforce claims of up to €600 according to EU Regulation 261/2004.

This start-up created in July 2012 has made it its mission to make passenger rights worldwide transparent and attainable. Under its current services, also helps bus, ship and rail passengers file and enforce their claims under the relevant EU regulations (EU 181/11, EU 1177/10, EC 1371/07). With regard to air travel, passenger rights have been enforced for hundreds of customers in 95countries from 5 continents and 195 airlines.

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