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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.

404, 2019

Brexit and EU261/2004 – What happens if…?

Categories: Brexit, EU 261/2004 regulation, Flight Compensation|Tags: , , , |

Brexit and EU261/2004 - An update on your Passenger Rights Passenger rights in the UK are some of the best in the world. These rights encourage good service from the Airlines and if matters go wrong then adequate [...]

1702, 2019

Brexit uncertainty leads to Flybmi filing for administration

Categories: Brexit, EU 261/2004 regulation, Flight Compensation, FlightBmi Bankruptcy|Tags: , , , , |

The UK Airline announced yesterday afternoon (16th February 2019) that the group has filed for administration cancelling all flights.Flybmi is a regional UK airline based near East Midlands airport. They operate 17 aircraft to 25 destinations in Europe. [...]

1001, 2019

The A-Z of Secrets about Air Travel | Part 1

Categories: Flight Compensation, Tips & Tricks, Travel Truths|Tags: , , , |

Secrets of Air Travel Revealed. Have you ever wondered if there are certain secrets airlines don’t tell you? Commercial air travel has long been a breeding ground for secrets, myths, and urban legends. Flight Delay Pay reveals [...]

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