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 does litigation take so long? The Flight Delay Compensation Process explained

August 8th, 2017|Flight Compensation, Litigation|

We are frequently asked “Why does litigation take so long and when will we receive our compensation?” We have therefore put together a guide to explain the process stage [...]

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 [...]

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 [...]

What does Brexit mean for Airline passenger compensation?

November 20th, 2016|Flight Compensation|

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 [...]

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

October 15th, 2016|EU 261/2004 regulation, Flight Compensation|

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 [...]

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