Monarch go bust! Can you still claim for compensation?

October 2nd, 2017|EU 261/2004 regulation, Flight Compensation, Monarch Bankruptcy|

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 [...]

Blog Special: Why Legal Assignment works for all

September 28th, 2017|EU 261/2004 regulation, Flight Compensation, Legal, Legal Assignment|

We at Flightdelaypay have always preferred the use of Assignment as it transfers the right to take action to us and by doing so produces many benefits to the [...]

Why are UK holidaymakers facing longer security checks?

August 17th, 2017|EU 261/2004 regulation, Flight Compensation, Security Check Delays|

Why are UK holidaymakers facing longer security checks and can I claim under EU261/2004 if I miss my flight?  New security measures have been brought into effect in a [...]

Air Traffic Control (ATC) strikes – What are your compensation rights?

August 1st, 2017|EU 261/2004 regulation, Strike Delays|

This Summer has been plagued by Air Traffic Control (ATC) strikes in various European countries as well as strikes by Airline staff. The most notable Airline Strike has been [...]

What is a codesharing agreement and why is it important when claiming?

July 21st, 2017|Codeshare, EU 261/2004 regulation|

What is a codeshare agreement and why is it important when claiming EU261/2004 compensation? A codeshare agreement, is an aviation business arrangement where two or more airlines share the same [...]

British Airways Flight Cancellations 27th & 28th May 2017. An easy guide to claiming

June 2nd, 2017|BA IT failure, EU 261/2004 regulation, Flight Compensation|

British Airways Flight Cancellations after IT failure fiasco. Can you claim? What happened? At the start of one of BA’s busiest periods their booking system crashed . This [...]

Bird Strikes are deemed extraordinary by the Court of European Justice

May 10th, 2017|EU 261/2004 regulation, Extraordinary Circumstances, Flight Compensation|

The Court of Justice of the European Union (CJEU) is the chief judicial authority of the European Union. On the 4th May 2017 it ruled that a collision between [...]

How do I claim compensation for a delayed Flight under EU261/2004?

April 1st, 2017|EU 261/2004 regulation, Flight Compensation|

It is estimated that 120,000 flights were delayed and  4,000 flights were cancelled in 2016.  This means that millions of pounds are owed in compensation to passengers.  However only [...]

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

March 11th, 2017|Case Study, EU 261/2004 regulation, Flight Compensation|

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 [...]

Flight Delay Compensation – Extraordinary Circumstances explained

February 13th, 2017|EU 261/2004 regulation, Flight Compensation|

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 [...]

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