AirHelp is a Y Combinator-backed start-up with ambitious plans to end your flying woes once and for all. In a nutshell, the company helps air passengers around the world to secure compensation for delayed, cancelled, or overbooked flights. They fight for millions of travellers who are unsure of their rights, lack the time, or lack the expertise to embark on the claims process independently. They believe that air passenger rights weren’t made for airlines to interpret on a whim. That’s why they have made it their job to hold the airlines to their financial obligations. They fight back in court, through national enforcement bodies, and online — by exposing the airlines’ ineptitude for properly informing passengers of their rights. Their goal is to make claiming compensation as easy and seamless as possible. They believe that this can be achieved by data and cutting-edge technology presented with a user-friendly website and intuitive mobile apps. AirHelp was founded in 2013 by Henrik Zillmer, Nicolas Michaelsen and Greg Roodt — internet entrepreneurs with strong backgrounds in technology, marketing, and product development.
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