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It is stated on the EU website that EC261 compensation is only offered if:

  • the flight starts in the EU/EFTA, or

  • the flight is on an EU/EFTA airline.

However, in practice, several countries have started offering EC261 compensation independently from the EC261 rules.

Please list all countries offering this for reference.

  • Your statement above is incorrect. eg, all flights on EU carriers are covered, not just those where the journey starts or ends in the EU. – Doc Aug 19 at 0:09
  • @Doc Not what it says here europa.eu/youreurope/citizens/travel/passenger-rights/air/… In any case, I don't know any EU airline with any route neither starting nor ending in the EU – Crazydre Aug 19 at 1:01
  • That page uses the word "flight". You use the word "Journey". Very different things. eg, if I fly Lufthansa from the US to the middle east, then my "journey" is absolutely covered, despite your statement implying otherwise. – Doc Aug 19 at 2:18
  • @Doc Edited.... – Crazydre Aug 19 at 7:04
  • You want "EC261" rules or just similar rules? Canada, if I remember correctly, implemented something like that. – Giacomo Catenazzi Aug 19 at 8:41
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To be continuously edited

The non-EU/EFTA countries offering EC261 compensation are:

  • I'm quite amazed about this. Looks like many of the answers here covering issues at Istanbul airport and/or flying Turkish Airlines may not be quite exact. It would be useful to compare the local legislation with EC261 in detail. I've gone very quickly through the Turkish one and it seems to match at first sight (only noticed a different compensation for domestic flights), but I really didn't go into the details, and as we all know, the devil is in the details in these matters... – jcaron Aug 19 at 12:22
  • @jcaron To me what matters the most is the 3+ hour delay compensation, for which I got €400 from Pegasus for a wrongful denied boarding Istanbu-Bergamo – Crazydre Aug 20 at 13:45

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