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1401, 2020

Why the government has saved to Flybe

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Three government ministers agree last minute rescue deal to save Flybe.  The package includes: 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 [...]

2509, 2019

Thomas Cook goes bust – Can I still make an EU261 claim?

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Thomas Cook Group including the Tour Operator and the Airline ceased trading on Monday 23rd September 2019 after failing to secure another £200,000,000 which its creditors believed was required to continue in the short term. The Group consists [...]

708, 2019

British Airways suffers another IT failure causing 100s of flights to be cancelled. What are your rights?

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British Airways says it has fixed the IT glitch which caused more than 100 flights to be cancelled and more than 200 others to be delayed today (Wednesday 7th August, 2019) at Heathrow, Gatwick and other UK [...]

107, 2019

EU 261/2004 – Airlines do all they can to resist paying claims

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EU261/2004 is becoming a headache to the Airlines as people become aware of their rights.  The Airlines do all they can to resist such such claims.  Airlines are obliged by EU261/2004 to pay compensation when a flight is [...]

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