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This is the place to view articles & guides from the Flight Delay Pay team giving our view and explanations on all things flight delay compensation.

210, 2020

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

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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 Emirates employing a barrister and argued: Air Passenger Solicitors [...]

2806, 2020

Flight cancelled due to coronavirus? Make a refund claim today

Categories: COVID-19, EU 261/2004 regulation, Flight Compensation|Tags: , , , , , , , , , , |

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 travel has led the airlines to pause  their operations [...]

303, 2020

Bott & Co Solicitors Limited v Ryanair

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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 companies for assistance until they had made a claim [...]

1401, 2020

Why the government saved Flybe and two months later let it collapse

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Three government ministers agree last minute rescue deal to save Flybe.  The package included: A possible short term deferral  of £106 million air passenger duty A potential loan of £100 million  A pledge to review Air Passenger [...]

3012, 2019

Canada introduces Flight Delay compensation regulations

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The Canadian government has introduced compensation for passengers who suffer delayed or cancelled flights.  The compensation applies to all flights into and out of Canada and internal flights. They have also introduced compensation levels when passengers are [...]

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