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Had a Flight Delay in the last 6 years?

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Breaking News 17th April 2018

European Courts of Justice rule that “wildcat” strikes by airline staff are not deemed as extraordinary circumstances and the airlines must pay compensation to passengers as per EC Regulation 261 – see below link:

Two of the cases that were presented to the European Courts of Justice where they passed down judgment were Blueway clients. If you have experienced a flight delay of 3 hours or more, or a cancellation, in the last 6 years, then please submit your details in the form on this page and we will check all the details and let you know if it is a case we can represent you for on our strictly no win no fee basis.

Here are some of our recent cases where we helped for flight delay refunds

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 refunds for you

AirlineFlight NoDate Of Flight FromTo
(4U) Germanwings4U934531/8/2015(MAN) Manchester Airport, Manchester, EN, GB((DUS) Dusseldorf International Airport, Dusseldorf, DE
(BA) British AirwaysBA272526/8/2015(IBZ) Ibiza Airport (LGW) London Gatwick Airport
(TOM) ThomsonTOM56571/8/2015(PFO) Paphos International Airport, Paphos, CY(LTN) London Luton Airport, London, EN, GB
(ZB) Monarch AirlinesZB85618/7/2015(LTN) London Luton Airport, London, EN, GB(LCA) Larnaca International Airport, Larnaca, CY
(BA) British Airways BA267531/5/2015(LCA) Larnaca International Airport, Larnaca, CY(LGW) Gatwick London, EN, GB

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