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A new record for our quickest flight delay compensation payout - 7 days! | FairPlane UK image
Record for Quickest Flight Delay Compensation Payout. That's just 7 days from start to finish!
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easyJet not so easy going, when it comes to paying flight delay compensation image
A question we’re commonly asked at FairPlane is “..but can’t I make a claim for flight delay compensation myself?”. Well in the news this week we came across a story that might give you an insight into why so many passengers with potential claims choose to come to us rather...
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Innovations in air travel coming your way in 2017 | FairPlane UK image
The airlines will tell you that 2016 was a tough year for their industry, but there’s a lot to be positive about in 2017, for both airlines and passengers. Here are some trends to look out for: A return to supersonic air travel It’s been many years now since Concord graced our skies,...
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Flight delay compensation: The worst offending airlines | FairPlane UK image
EasyJet were the “worst offenders” in 2016 when it came to complaints of delayed and cancelled flights and claims for flight delay compensation according to recent research. The budget airline replaced the previous worst offender, Thomas Cook, who held the unwanted title in 2015 EasyJet...
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Falling pound means higher flight delay compensation | FairPlane UK image
Teresa May looks likely to be announcing that the UK will be pursuing a ‘Hard Brexit’ strategy in the Government’s negotiations with the EU. This means, the UK is expected to leave not only the EU but also the European Single Market. As a result, the Pound has fallen steeply against...
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Flights cancelled ahead of expected arctic weather. Could you claim flight delay compensation? image
With snow and sleet expected to start falling on London this afternoon, Heathrow have cancelled more than 80 flights. As the snow starts to fall, ground teams will be put to work removing snow from the runways. NATS, the air traffic service, have restricted arrivals to allow the work to go ahead....
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