What can Blueway www.flightdelayrefunds.com do for you?

With our extensive knowledge and expertise and using our sophisticated flight data systems, Blueway will manage the entire flight delay claim process on your behalf in line with EC regulations until you receive payment in your bank account. So there is nothing for you to do except await for your bank account to be credited.

How it works?

You submit your claim

Our legal teams will take over the case

You will receive your money

 

Latest News 20th May 2015 - The CAA Commence action against Jet2: Quote from CAA:

"As you may be aware, the relevant legislation covering this matter is EC Regulation 261/2004, which establishes common rules on compensation and assistance to passengers in the event of denied boarding and of cancellation or long delay of flights (the “Regulation”).

Having referred your compensation claim to Jet2 for reassessment, we have been informed that they have refused it on the basis it relates to a flight disruption that happened more than two years ago. They have informed us that are relying on a contractual limitation period of two years which is set out in their conditions of carriage.

The CAA’s view, which has been provided to Jet2, is that in England and Wales the applicable limitation period for this issue is six years from the date of the disrupted flight (as set out in the Limitation Act 1980). Our view was confirmed by the Court of Appeal in 2014 in the case of Dawson v Thomson Airways about this issue.

In light of the stance subsequently taken by Jet2 in seeking to rely on a two year limitation period in its contractual terms we have commenced enforcement action under Part 8 of the Enterprise Act 2002 against Jet2. Unfortunately, we are not in a position to confirm the timescale for any action to be concluded. However we will provide you with an update at the end of July 2015.

The attached CAA report lists the current approach by all airlines to EC Reg 261. As you can see there are still differing stances taken by the airlines. If you have suffered a flight delay of 3 hours or more with any airline in the last 6 years then contact Blueway Limited (www.flightdelayrefunds.com) - to commence your claim on a strictly no win/no fee basis."

Click here to see The CAA Latest Report.

Here are some of our recent flight cases

Did you travel on one of these flights (or any other flights)? If so then please contact us as soon as possible as our legal teams are confident they will be able to achieve a successful outcome for you

Airline Flight No Date Of Flight From To
(TOM) Thomson TOM5992 24/12/2007 (PUJ) Punta Cana International Airport (MAN) Manchester Airport
(VS) Virgin Atlantic Airways VS31 29/1/2008 (LGW) London Gatwick Airport (UVF) Hewanorra International Airport
(BD) bmi WW5328 29/2/2008 (AGP) Malaga Airport (EMA) East Midlands Airport
(ZB) Monarch Airlines ZB4372 3/4/2008 (LGW) London Gatwick Airport (SSH) Sharm El Sheikh International Airport
(VS) Virgin Atlantic Airways VS73 19/4/2008 (MAN) Manchester Airport (SFB) Orlando Sanford International Airport
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How much compensation can be claimed for delayed flights

In 2013, the number of passengers arriving at or departing from London Heathrow airport was an astounding 72.3 million. Out of these passengers around 5 percent would have experienced flight problems whilst travelling to/from London Heathrow airport. This percentage increases once you begin to include all of the major airports across Europe that operate flights of a similar volume to London Heathrow. There are a copious number of people who are entitled to claim for a flight delay but they are simply unaware of their rights.

The flight delay compensation is fixed and is dependent on two variables; the flight length (in kilometres) and the length of the delay (in hours). Based on these two variables the amount of compensation can be calculated. In order to qualify for compensation for delayed flights the flight delay would have to be a minimum of 3 hours. A passenger could be entitled to 250, 300, 400 or 600 Euros based on the flight circumstances, as each case is different. In order to receive 250 Euros, the flight delay would have to be at least 3 hours and have a flight length of anything up to 1500km (e.g. London to Paris). If the flight length was between 1500km and 3500km then the passenger would be entitled to receive 400 Euros. If their flight delay was over 3500km and between 3 and 4 hours then the passenger would receive 300 Euros worth of compensation (flight delay). In order to receive the maximum 600 Euros worth of delayed flight compensation the flight length would have to be more than 3500km with a flight delay of 4 hours or more.

Blueway Limited www.flightdelayrefunds.com have legal teams and aviation specialists who are experts at winning flight delay compensation for the passenger.

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