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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.

1103, 2017

Case Study: Monarch Airlines – Flight No. ZB 1162 – September 11th, 2016

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Case study: Monarch Airlines - 11th September 2016 Flight No. ZB 1162 | Birmingham (BHX) > Larnica (LCA) Delay, Check-in Systems failure Many passengers on the above date suffered as the Baggage handling company Aviator system broke down [...]

1302, 2017

Flight Delay Compensation – Extraordinary Circumstances explained

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Each and every year it is estimated that over 30 million European air passengers suffer from flight delays and cancellations and only 9% know about their rights when they suffer from flight delays or cancellations. Did you know [...]

2011, 2016

What does Brexit mean for Airline passenger compensation?

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With airlines threatening to move headquaters to another European location, 1000s of trade laws and legal regulations about to be examined and perhaps overturned - where does that leave the hapless UK traveller post Brexit? Flight Delay Director, Paul Davidson explains... [...]

1510, 2016

EU 261/2004 regulation explained – Your Flight Delay Compensation rights

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When going on a holidays the worst start is a delayed flight which causes the holidaymaker to lose part of the first day. It also causes knock on effects with regard to transit arrangements. Regulation 261/2004. European Commission Regulation [...]

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