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Brussels Airlines Brussels – Washington, D.C. – Brussels canceled

Brussels Airlines Brussels – Washington, D.C. – Brussels canceled

Man checking his watch with a departing airplane about to fly over him

On June 22nd 2019, Brussels Airlines canceled its SN 515 (BRU) – , D.C. (IAD) flight that departed at 10:15 am, flew halfway across the Atlantic, and then turned around and landed back in due to an administrative error, as well as its SN 516 Washington, D.C. (IAD) – (BRU) flight scheduled to depart at 5:40 pm. If you were supposed to be on one of those flights and would like to receive compensation you may be entitled to according to EU regulation EC 261/2004, please fill out our Questionnaire to initiate your compensation claim.

As the only U.S.-based company, we provide personalized customer service during American business hours, and we never ask for sensitive information such as your social security number or bank account number. If you have questions before submitting the Questionnaire, please see our Frequently Asked Questions page or email us at info@euflightdelay.com.

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