Exclusive with Skycop: the future of claim compensation market
Passenger compensation process is getting smarter, says Jurgis Petrosius, Co-founder partner and Head of Investor Relations in Skycop. Petrosius spoke with Ina Hladyshava from AeroTime about the current state of claim compensation market and what awaits it in the near future.
Interview with Jurgis Petrošius, Co-founding partner (in charge of Investor Relations) at Skycop - Air Convention, 26.09.2018.
Skycop is a Lithuanian company, that helps passengers claim compensation for the disrupted flight experience.
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