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Small Planet Flight Delay Compensation Claims

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History

Small Planet is a Lithuanian Airline based at Vilnius and Warsaw Airports. It commenced operations in 2008 and has grown to operate 18 aircraft to over 40 destinations. In 2014 it flew over 1.2m passengers mainly to Turkey, Greece and Spain and had a turnover of €130m with a profit of €8m.

Small Planet flight delays

Small Planet is not monitored for flight delays by websites such as www.flightontime.info nor do many flight delay compensation companies such as Bott Online take on flight delay cases against them due to jurisdictional issues. At Fairplane we have been successful many times in making airline compensation claims against Small Planet Airlines.

Small Planet flight delay compensation

Small Planet flight delay compensation claims can be tricky due to the fact that the airline is based in Lithuania and Poland. This can cause issues with jurisdictions as you would not be able to make a small claims court claim against them in the UK. We have special procedures which enable us to take legal steps against Small Planet and other such airlines to ensure recovery of passenger flight delay compensation. We have been very successful to date in recovering these sums.

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