How does it works?
Fill out the form
Find out if the airline owes you an indemnity and upload the necessary documentation to start the claim
We fight for your rights
We negotiate with the company and, if we do not reach a satisfactory agreement, we will take judicial action with no extra cost for you
We won your claim
Once the claim is won, we charge our fees and we transfer your money
Recover your money
You can get compensation of 250€ up to 1.400€ per passenger, without anticipating anything.
Our specialized attourneys take care of everything, saving you the paperwork and the stress of the legal process.
No initial cost
We only charge in case of obtaining compensation, and we advance all the necessary expenses to obtain it.
In good hands
We are experts in airline claims, our success rate is above 98%. Our management is clear and transparent.
How much will the claim cost you?
* In case of initiating legal actions to obtain compensation, an additional commission of 15% (+VAT) will be added.
About Air Italy
Headquartered in Olbia, Air Italy S.p.A. is a scheduled and charter carrier with its hub at Malpensa Airport. The airline was established in 2005 by a consortium of investors to serve leisure markets across Africa, the Indian Ocean and the Caribbean. The airline merged with fellow Italian carrier, Meridiana in Apr-2013, and remained under its own Air Operator's Certificate and operates services on behalf of Meridiana. Air Italy is owned by Alisarda (51%) and Qatar Airways (49%). Its fleet consists of narrowbody and widebody equipment.
In Feb-2018, Meridiana announced it would rebrand to Air Italy as part of a wider business plan to reach 10 million passengers handled p/a by 2022. Eight new aircraft to be added in 2018, comprising three Boeing 737 MAX and five A330-200s. Air Italy confirmed a commitment to receive 20 new 737 MAX aircraft over three years, while the A330s will be sourced from Qatar Airways as it replaces the aircraft with 787s. The airline took delivery of its first Boeing 737 MAX on 11-May-2018. Air Italy plans to operate 50 aircraft by 2022.