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You may have a claim for flight delay compensation if you flew from these airports over Christmas image
Christmas is traditionally a busy time for UK airports, with people leaving these chilly shores looking for some winter sun or for the opportunity to reunite with friends and family members to celebrate the holidays. However, there was a 1 in 5 chance that your travel plans didn’t run quite as...
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Flight delays and cancellations after fog hits UK airports | FairPlane UK image
Flight delays: Do you have a claim for flight delay compensation? Heathrow, Gatwick, Southampton and Cardiff were just some of the UK airports affected last month by freezing weather and fog. Dozens of flights were either delayed or cancelled leaving passengers hoping for some winter sun short...
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FairPlane Director Daniel Morris in discussion with Alexis Conran on TalkRADIO | FairPlane UK image
FairPlane UK Director Daniel Morris appeared as a guest of Alexis Conran on his TalkRADIO show ‘The Radio Hustle’ on Saturday (26/11/2016), to discuss flight delay compensation. Daniel started out by explaining to Alexis and the listeners of the show exactly what constitutes a “flight...
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Flight delay compensation claims expected to rise this winter | FairPlane UK image
The harsh winter predicted for many parts of the UK may see up to one in five airline passengers delayed it’s been predicted. Met office forecasts suggest that we’re about to suffer the worst winter in five years and the disruption to flights is expected to rise accordingly. The number...
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Do you find flight delays frustrating? | FairPlane UK image
‘Avoid the chaos of the terminal - a little calm, a little luxury’ This is how the Post Office is pitching its latest addition to its travel insurance services. They have become the first high street insurance provider to offer “flight delay assistance” as part of its travel...
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The future of flight delay compensation post Brexit | FairPlane UK image
Aviation minister John Hayes recently refused to guarantee that the law enshrined in a regulation known as EU261 would remain in force after the United Kingdom have left the EU following the recent Brexit vote. The minister conformed that the rule that ensures that there is compensation available...
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