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Statistics show that travelers owed up to £383m in compensation in 2017

Statistics show that travelers owed up to £383m in compensation in 2017

Over 2017 there have been flight delays that are inevitable and it has been said that people have been entitled to claim up to £383 million in the last year alone. This is a huge number and shows how consistently flight delays occur.

Even huge airline, British Airways had 2 system failure

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Airline apologizes to travelers for delays at Belfast City Airport

Airline apologizes to travelers for delays at Belfast City Airport

Passengers were left unhappy as Flybe staff fail to help them after a delay that happened at Belfast City Airport. The delay was due to heavy snow that had covered Belfast making the conditions very dangerous. The passengers said that they were left angry and confused after they were left with no in

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Claiming compensation through a company vs doing it yourself

Claiming compensation through a company vs doing it yourself

If you have ever been on your way to your dream destination ready to enjoy your holiday but unfortunately been faced with a delay or even worse a cancelled flight, you may want to look into compensation. You may be entitled to compensation if the liability lies with the airline you are flying with.

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Air Transat fined $228,000 for tarmac delay

Air Transat fined $228,000 for tarmac delay

The airline Air Transat has been fined $228,000 after travelers were made to wait up to six hours without providing the passengers with enough food and water. The incident had occurred in Ottawa last July and there were two different flights that were delayed.

It is believed that Air Transa

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Huge uproar with Europes travel network due to ATC failure at Amsterdam Schilpol and strikes in Italy

Huge uproar with Europes travel network due to ATC failure at Amsterdam Schilpol and strikes in Italy

Thousands of people travelling in Europe have been left distressed and inconvenienced after an air-traffic control system failed in huge airport in Amsterdam Schipol.There have also been strikes in Italy causing multiple delays for passengers leaving them with their plans ruined.

Eurocont

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Norwegian Scraps Flights

Norwegian Scraps Flights

Scandinavian budget airline Norwegian is cancelling all flights from Birmingham to Spain from this weekend.

A statement from the company said: \"Following a review of our services, we will cease operating flights from Birmingham to Spain with the last services departing on Saturday, Octobe

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Why Choose Flight Delay Expert?

Why Choose Flight Delay Expert?

Since we established in 2004, we have helped thousands make a claim for flight delays and cancellations. You can make a claim if you have had a flight in the last 6 years that has been:

Delayed - if your actual arrival time is a minimum of 3 hours after your scheduled arrival time

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Wizz Air to Pursue UK Air Operators Certificate

Wizz Air to Pursue UK Air Operators Certificate

With its intention to place several aircrafts on the UK register, establishing a UK division and creating over 100 new jobs Wizz Air is formally seeking a UK air operators certificate and operating licence as it prepares for the potential impact of the UK’s withdrawal from the European Union in 20

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Ryanair Begs Pilots To Return

Ryanair Begs Pilots To Return

Last night it emerged that Ryanair was trying to get former pilots to return to the struggling airline.

A shortage of pilots has prompted Ryanair to cancel around 700,000 bookings and over 20,000 flights over the winter, as well as disgruntled pilots leaving the budget airline in droves.

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British Airways Apologises For Bed Bugs on Flight

British Airways Apologises For Bed Bugs on Flight

British Airways apologised to a family of three for a bed bug encounter that occurred on a nine hour flight from Vancouver to London.

\"I wanted to grab it but theyre quick, and it crawled back inside, behind the screen. It was nine hours of knowing that I was probably going to get bit but

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Airlines Refusing to Pay Compensation

Airlines Refusing to Pay Compensation

A new analysis by consumer watchdog Which? has revealed airlines are refusing to pay passengers compensation for their flight delays, cancellations, missed connections and being denied boarding.

The regulator for the Civil Aviation Authority (CAA),ruled that over 50 per cent of cases handed

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Jet2 Voted UK Most Punctual Airline

Jet2 Voted UK Most Punctual Airline

According to a new global accreditation programme, Jet2 is the UKs most punctual airline.

Over the past 12 months, 130 global airlines were rated and assessed on their punctuality by air travel intelligence company OAG. The airline with the highest number for flights arriving within 15 of sch

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Storm Ophelia Ireland Worst Storm on Record

Storm Ophelia Ireland Worst Storm on Record

Thousands are still without power and three people have died following Storm Ophelia, the worst storm in recorded history in Ireland. With a second day of disruption in Scotland and North East England due to fallen trees and debris blocking train lines and roads.

Ireland was on complete loc

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Beijing Capital Airlines To Launch New Route

Beijing Capital Airlines To Launch New Route

Following the announcement of its nonstop service from Sydney to Qingdao, Beijing Capital Airlines will now be launching a nonstop service from London to Qingdao commencing on November 17, 2017. Qingdao is a main port of entry along China’s eastern coast for travellers arriving and is the key exit

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British Airways To Increase Inverness - Heathrow Flights

British Airways To Increase Inverness - Heathrow Flights

British Airways is going to increase the number of flights from Inverness to Heathrow from seven to ten flights a week from March next year.

This is the second major boost to the economy of the highlands and islands generated by British Airways, with the new schedule hoping to see a 30 perc

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Hurricane Ophelia- What to do

Hurricane Ophelia- What to do

As the storm approaches, flights all over the UK and Ireland are being cancelled over the safety of passengers.

Travellers are urged to pay extra attention to warnings, bulletins and any other updates regarding their journey.

If youre worried about your flight, get in touch with

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Flybe Cancels as Hurricane Ophelia Arrives

Flybe Cancels as Hurricane Ophelia Arrives

Flybe has cancelled 47 flights from Belfast City, Dublin, Knock and the Isle of Man airports due to the imminent arrival of Hurricane Ophelia.

As the hurricane reaches the British Isles, people are already without power and a weather warning has been issued for Plymouth, as strong winds and

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CAA Complete Monarch Flying Programme

CAA Complete Monarch Flying Programme

The UK Civil Aviation Authority’s two-week flying programme ended last night with the last flight from Tel Aviv to London Luton Airport arriving just after 03:30am.

The programme was launched in response to the Monarch Airlines administration and the final day included 23 flights for 4,5

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