The COVID-19 Flight Disruption Help Initiative, according to Africlaim’s Chief executive Officer Chibuzo Ofulue, is a free service that seeks to help air passengers by providing them with as much support and information as possible concerning their disrupted flights.
He said,“The pandemic has certainly taken its toll on the aviation industry, disrupting flights and stopping countless people from returning home or going to other destinations. What’s more devastating is the uncertainty concerning how passengers and airlines are to deal with these disruptions.
“Although the flight disruptions were out of the control of the airlines, they are still partly responsible for ensuring that their passengers are either re-booked or refunded in a convenient and seamless manner. Sadly, this is not often the case.”
“As a brand that genuinely cares about air passengers, Africlaim has decided to launch a COVID-19 Flight Disruption Help Initiative. The COVID-19 Flight Disruption Help Initiative is a free service that seeks to help air passengers by providing them with as much support and information as possible concerning their disrupted flights.”
Africlaim was founded in 2016 with the vision of helping air passengers all around Africa understand and enforce their right to flight delay compensation – which is usually neglected around this part of the world.
Its mission is to make claiming flight delay compensation a completely hassle-free process for customers, while also offering the best pay-out rates worldwide. It is a platform designed to make the claim filing process much easy for passengers involved in delayed, cancelled and overbook flights.