ClaimCompass, VariFlight join to help with compensation in flight disruption
09/12/2017|3:31:58 PM|VariFlight

ClaimCompass joins forces with VariFlight, a global leading aviation data service provider, to amplify their flight monitoring services and instantly notify passengers via their partnership network when they’re entitled to compensation from the airline.

ClaimCompass is a platform, which enables passengers to claim and receive up to USD 670 from the airline when their flights have been delayed, cancelled or overbooked. The company works on a “no win, no fee” basis, so filing a claim is instant and absolutely free - a 25% commission is deducted only when the money gets transferred to the client. 

In 2017 alone, ClaimCompass has processed claims worth over USD 5 million and is hoping to bring its service to even more passengers by the end of the year. Aside from the user platform, the company has also developed an API in partnership with Microsoft, which helps any travel service providing airfare enhance their customer experience, while creating ancillary revenue sources.

VariFlight is a global leading aviation data service provider with a strong focus on making travel easier and smarter. The company works with a wide range of travel providers, from OTAs to TMCs, empowering organization to work more efficiently and connect with passengers more closely. As one of the most valuable tech brands in the data service marketplace, VariFlight serves over 300 million travelers across the entire travel ecosystem, numerous class-leading businesses and partners worldwide.

“We are delighted to work with ClaimCompass to better serve global flyers in an era where more accurate and transparent flight information is becoming an essential part for all travel related businesses. VariFlight strives to offer the best end-to-end flight data solution to our customers” said Zheng Hongfeng, CEO of VariFlight.

“Our goal is to be integrated with anyone who sells airfare out there, so we can reach as many passengers as we can and make sure they always receive the money that they’re entitled to” said Alexander Sumin, Chief Marketing Officer at ClaimCompass.