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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.

1502, 2018

Extraordinary Circumstances Explained – Adverse Weather

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Airlines will often cite adverse weather as a reason for a delay.  This raises the question - is this a valid reason for not paying a compensation claim under EU261/2004?  This article is to better help you understand [...]

512, 2017

What is the Tarmac Policy and what do i need to know?

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Flying is stressful at the best of times. You worry about arriving at the Airport in good time and then worry about having the correct documents. How many times do you check you have your passport and boarding [...]

2310, 2017

Going On a Half Term Holiday? Be Prepared With Our Top Travel & Flight Tips

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Going on a half term holiday? Be prepared. As the holiday period approaches, Flight Delay Pay share our top travel and flight tips. We've heard countless stories from passengers when things go wrong and we thought as the [...]

1710, 2017

Compensation For a Missed Connecting Flight – Your Rights Explained

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For a while now, Airlines not registered as an EU Carrier have felt that the European compensation rules do not apply to them when a flight starts in the EU, but the delay happens outside the EU.  The [...]

210, 2017

Monarch Go Bust! Can You Still Claim For Compensation?

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Monarch go bust! What does that mean for the 100,000+ passengers effected? FDP explains... Flights returning 110,000 holidaymakers from overseas after Monarch's collapse will cost about £60m, according to the UK airline regulator. Source BBC Four Reasons behind [...]

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