About Flight_Delay_Pay

Flight Delay Pay is a team of travel and legal professionals with vast knowledge and many years of experience working with European Passenger Rights. We strive to make claims for compensation as easy as possible and achievable for everyone. We make a complicated process hassle free and communicate with airlines on your behalf. We understand your pain, so let us take the strain and handle your claim. No win, no fee!

Case Study: Ryanair – Flight No. FR2882 – 17th July, 2018

2023-02-25T08:20:07+00:00February 25th, 2023|Case Study, EU 261/2004 regulation, Extraordinary Circumstances, Flight Compensation, Ryanair|

Harding V Ryanair Flight: China (CHQ) to Manchester, UK  (MAN) Flight No: FR2822 Date: 17th July 2018 Time: 20.25 When is an Air Traffic Management Decision [...]

What to do if you have claim against Wizz Air for a cancelled or delayed flight

2023-01-27T10:37:12+00:00January 27th, 2023|Airline Refund, Flight cancelled refund, Flight Compensation, Flight refund, WizzAir|

We have noticed that Wizz Air have failed to acknowledge claims and have failed to pay compensation when awarded either by the UK courts or by Alternative Dispute [...]

My flight was cancelled – Can i claim compensation?

2022-06-23T16:43:18+01:00June 23rd, 2022|British Airways flight refund, Easyjet flight refund, EU 261/2004 regulation, Flight cancelled refund, Flight Compensation, Tui Flight refund|

What are my rights if my flight is cancelled? EU261/2004 regulation explained. Recently my easyjet flight was cancelled flying from Bilboa to Gatwick. The situation on the ground was [...]

23 Airport Hacks you can’t live without (2022 Edition)

2022-06-13T19:20:01+01:00June 13th, 2022|Aiport Hacks, Flight Compensation, Tips & Tricks, Travel Truths|

How to survive the airport in 2022! Hack #1 - Always check the status of your flight before heading to the airport Checking your flight’s status before leaving [...]

Flight Compensation – EU 261/2004 – What happens now post Brexit?

2021-01-19T20:28:57+00:00January 19th, 2021|Brexit, EU 261/2004 regulation, Flight Compensation, Legal|

Brexit and EU261/2004 – An update on your Passenger RightsBrexit has finally, after a 12 month extension, been agreed and the United Kingdom left the EU on 31st December [...]

Great news for passengers wishing to begin a Regulation (EC)261/2004 claim against Ryanair

2020-12-17T19:46:34+00:00December 17th, 2020|EU 261/2004 regulation, Extraordinary Circumstances, Flight Compensation, Legal, Ryan Air Cancellations, Ryanair flight refund|

Ryanair v Delayfix formerly Passenger Rights sp zoo 18 November 2020 ECJ ruling The European Court of Justice (“ECJ “) has decreed in the above case that Ryanair’s [...]

In-Flight risk of Covid 19 transmission is rare – Why?

2020-12-17T19:29:48+00:00December 17th, 2020|Coronavirus, COVID-19, EU 261/2004 regulation, Flight Compensation|

Lets start with a few facts. Since the beginning of 2020 there have been 44 cases out of 1.2 billion passengers where Covid 19 has been associated with air [...]

Case Study: Emirates Airlines – Flight No. EK20 – September 4th, 2019

2020-10-02T12:45:16+01:00October 2nd, 2020|Case Study, Emirates, EU 261/2004 regulation, Extraordinary Circumstances, Flight Compensation|

Adnams V Emirates Flight: Manchester to Dubai Flight No: EK20 Date: 4th September 2019 Time: 21.15pm Reasonable measures to minimise disruption to Passengers. DLA Piper represented [...]

Flight cancelled due to coronavirus? Make a refund claim today

2020-07-13T12:21:40+01:00June 28th, 2020|COVID-19, EU 261/2004 regulation, Flight Compensation|

Covid 19 Flight cancelled  - Advice about refundsDUE A REFUNDThe Government’s “ lockdown” requiring people to stay at home and the Foreign & Commonwealth Office’s  advice against all non-essential [...]

Bott & Co Solicitors Limited v Ryanair

2020-03-19T20:39:56+00:00March 3rd, 2020|EU 261/2004 regulation, Flight Compensation, Legal, Ryan Air Cancellations|

In 2016 Ryanair changed their Standard Terms of Carriage to include a condition regarding claims brought under EU261/2004. This restricted the ability of passengers to go to third party [...]

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