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More Flight Chaos Expected in 2019 Posted on February, 23 2019 by

2018 was one of the most disorderly years for the travel and aviation sector. It was the first time that the industry saw over 10 million passengers becoming eligible for compensation under ..
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The Loophole in Law May Put Flyers at Risk Posted on February, 22 2019 by

Recently proposed air passenger rights regulation in Canada has been identified to have a loophole that could allow airlines to get away without paying compensation and also put the lives of..
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UK’s Busiest Airports Cost Business Passengers £500m Due to Delays/Cancellations Posted on January, 24 2019 by

The average flyer at a UK airport loses a lot of time and money, thanks to Flight Delay Refunds. This isn’t exactly news. However, the greatest “loser” in these situations may not be t..
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RyanAir is the Worst for Disruptive Passengers Posted on January, 18 2019 by

There are several reasons why a flight might get delayed or diverted. Typically, the list of reasons includes technical errors, a glitch in the computer system, ATC strikes, or uncontrollabl..
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BA Fails to Compensate Passenger Posted on January, 14 2019 by

Akin Olagbaiye, a passenger scheduled to fly by British Airways, was waiting to get back home after a holiday with his partner in Rome when he found himself waiting at the airport around 3 h..
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RyanAir’s Spain Crew May Go on Strike in January Posted on January, 11 2019 by

Passengers travelling from and to Spain will be dealing with travel disruptions this month as the carrier’s cabin crew in Spain has called for repeated 24-hour strikes. The first strikes a..
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TUI and EasyJet Blamed for Stalling Compensation Payouts Posted on December, 21 2018 by

TUI, one of the United Kingdom’s biggest holiday brands, has come under fire for rejecting compensation claims citing unfair reasons. However, TUI isn’t alone – Virgin Atlantic and Eas..
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BA to Offer Goodwill Gesture to Delayed Passengers Posted on December, 18 2018 by

BA (British Airways) made an announcement, earlier this week, that it would be offering a “goodwill gesture” to the passengers of a London-bound flight from the US. The passengers were s..
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Airlines in EU Caught Giving Different Reasons for Same Delays Posted on December, 15 2018 by

According to EU aviation regulations, airlines aren’t required to inform passengers about the cause of a delay. However, according to recent reports, airlines are exploiting this loophole ..
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Airlines Demand EU to Sort Out Issues with Air Traffic Management Posted on December, 13 2018 by

Airlines for Europe (A4E), a trade association for European airlines, is urging the European Union and various governments to take immediate action concerning Europe’s ATM (Air Traffic Man..
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