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I don't have a claim but I'm chuffed to hell for those that have. Another higher than mighty organisation forced to do what it should have been doing all along.

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Passengers are entitled to up to £470 in compensation if a flight arrives at their destination more than three hours late.

 

The exception is if the delay is caused by a so-called ‘extraordinary circumstance’ such as bad weather, industrial action or a bird hitting a plane.

 

Airlines have been accused of repeatedly exploiting this rule to wriggle out of paying legitimate claims.

 

The classic "extraordinary circumstances" rofl.

 

This is gonna be a big blow for these airlines and a great win for customers knowing that if there are delays they have a good chance of compensation and be less of an uphill battle.

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took me 5 years to get my comp back for a 7 hour flight delay from ibiza,In the end i was put on to a firm in holland who did most of the work for me.I had all the paper work and mostly my flight boarding card.it was tomas cook i took to court.well they did.if your delay is from outside uk you need proof from the company that runs that countries airports,you need to write to them.there is a site on line that goes back years and can tell you how long the delay was.I was happy with what i got even after % was taken out.

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