Due to the Coronavirus Crisis, passengers have been forced to wait significantly longer for compensation payouts from airlines that have cancelled their flights.
Now the Danish Transport Authority (DTA) has given the waiting passengers some clarity.
The 12 airlines encompassed by the deadline are SAS, Norwegian, easyJet, Ryanair, Aegean Airlines, Air France, Brussels Airlines, KLM, Lufthansa, TAP Portugal, Thai Air and Vueling.
The measures encompass journeys that were cancelled by the airlines and which originated from an airport in Denmark.
They will also be in effect for trips originating from EU member states and ending at a Danish airport.
See factbox below for further details.
Failure = being reported
The measures will be in effect for bookings in which both the outbound and return flights have been cancelled, or if the outbound flight has been cancelled and the return flight can therefore not be completed.
The DTA will continuously assess whether similar measures will be taken against other airlines.
Failure to adhere to the deadlines will result in an airline being reported for non-compliance with EU air passenger rights regulations.