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European Union Regulation 261/2004 - Passenger entitlements
 
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An informative video detailing what rights passengers have in the event of a flight delay or cancellation. Sehr viele Fluggäste wissen immer noch nichts über ihre Rechte. Das heisst aber auch das die Rechte und Vorteile nicht benutzt werden. Wieviele von Ihnen hatten Verspätung letztes Jahr für mehrere Stunden? Für so was sollen die Fluglinien zahlen, machen das aber leider nicht! Lässt euch nicht zu Idioten machen
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Martin Lewis Explains How Flight Compensation Works | This Morning
 
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You could be due more than you think for delayed and cancelled flights.
Views: 8731 This Morning
Flight Delay Compensation Q&A with Bott & Co
 
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Leading flight delay compensation lawyers Kevin Clarke and Coby Benson answer general FAQs around EU Regulation 261/ 2004 and what it means for delayed airline passengers. As well this, they also tackle questions sent in to Bott & Co's social media from those wanting an answer to a more specific question. Question timings below: An introduction to EU Regulation 261/2004 - 0:23 Example flights that qualify for the regulation - 1:14 The law around connecting, diverted and cancelled flights - 1:58 Is the law applicable to non EU citizens? - 3:27 Does ticket price affect compensation amount? - 4:08 Code-sharing and claiming compensation - 4:40 Where do I go to make a compensation claim? 5:47 What is the Flight Delay Calculator? 6:48 Finding out the real reason a flight was cancelled - 8:02 If one passenger is paid, does that mean all passengers on that flight can be paid? 9:44 Flight delays because of earlier weather conditions - 10:41 Can I get the airline's address to pursue compensation myself? - 12:30 Is a flight from London to Iceland in 2015 claimable? 14:20 Can I claim compensation for a flight that was cancelled in advance? 15:18 Can the airline refund me and then deny paying compensation? 16:10 Do airlines admit liability for all passengers by paying out for one passenger? 17:55 For more information, please go to http://www.bottonline.co.uk/flight-delay-compensation/claim-guides/qa-with-bott-co http://www.bottonline.co.uk/flight-delay-compensation http://www.bottonline.co.uk/flight-delay-compensation/claim-guides https://www.bottonline.co.uk/flight-delay-compensation/calculator
Flight Cancellation Rights - EC Regulation 261/2004 - Part 3
 
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EC Regulation 261/2004, provides rights to airline passengers where they have been denied boarding, had their flight delayed or cancelled. Many of the holiday complaints we receive on this subject reveal that many airline passengers are unaware of those extensive rights. This vidcast is designed to provide an introduction to 261/2004 and helps to inform the Consumer on this complex topic.
Views: 505 HolidayTravelWatch
Flight Delay Rules - EC Regulation 261/2004 - Part 4
 
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EC Regulation 261/2004, provides rights to airline passengers where they have been denied boarding, had their flight delayed or cancelled. Many of the holiday complaints we receive on this subject reveal that many airline passengers are unaware of those extensive rights. This vidcast is designed to provide an introduction to 261/2004 and helps to inform the Consumer on this complex topic.
Views: 653 HolidayTravelWatch
Wann fällt ein Flug unter die Verordnung 261/2004?
 
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Damit Sie einen Anspruch auf Entschädigung haben, muss der betreffende Flug unter die EU-Verordnung 261/2004 fallen. In unserem Video erklären wir, wann dies der Fall ist.
Introduction to Denied Boarding, Delayed or Cancelled Flight Rights - 261/2004 - Part 1
 
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EC Regulation 261/2004, provides rights to airline passengers where they have been denied boarding, had their flight delayed or cancelled. Many of the holiday complaints we receive on this subject reveal that many airline passengers are unaware of those extensive rights. This vidcast is designed to provide an introduction to 261/2004 and helps to inform the Consumer on this complex topic.
Views: 615 HolidayTravelWatch
Denied Boarding Flight Rights - EC Regulation 261/2004 - Part 2
 
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EC Regulation 261/2004, provides rights to airline passengers where they have been denied boarding, had their flight delayed or cancelled. Many of the holiday complaints we receive on this subject reveal that many airline passengers are unaware of those extensive rights. This vidcast is designed to provide an introduction to 261/2004 and helps to inform the Consumer on this complex topic.
Views: 253 HolidayTravelWatch
The Spectre of EC Regulation 261/2004 & The British Airways Cabin Crew Strike!
 
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Flight cancellation is just one element of rights contained within EC Regulation 261/2004 for air passengers. This vidcast seeks to highlight the rights of passengers affected by the current British Airways Industrial Dispute. However, the information in this vidcast could be applied to any passenger who is caught up in a similar industrial dispute with any other airline. We do not seek to judge either side of this present dispute - that is not our role! We are however concerned by the seemingly lack of real information on 261/2004 provided by mainstream media; this vidcast seeks to address that balance.
Views: 181 HolidayTravelWatch
How to claim compensation for flight delays
 
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If you're flying from an EU airport or on an EU-based airline you're entitled to free assistance if your flight is due to arrive at its destination more than two hours late. This includes phone calls and free meals and drinks. - If you have to wait overnight you are entitled to free accommodation and airport transfers. - For delays of three hours or more you're entitled to up to €400 in compensation, plus free assistance, as long as the delay has not been caused by extraordinary circumstances. - For delays of four hours or more, you're entitled to up to €600 in compensation plus free assistance. - For delays of five hours or more, you're entitled to be re-routed on a different flight or refunded. Check out our free flight delay calculator tool https://www.which.co.uk/tools/flight-delay-cancellation-compensation/ Find out more about your consumer rights https://www.which.co.uk/consumer-rights Read our full flight delay guide https://www.which.co.uk/consumer-rights/advice/i-had-a-flight-delay-can-i-get-compensation Which?: http://www.which.co.uk Twitter: https://twitter.com/whichuk Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/whichuk/
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Ryanair's ‪Flight Cancellation: Your Rights Fully Explained
 
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Ryanair is going to cancel another 100 flights a day for 6 weeks, telling Michael O'Leary. Flight cancellations and delay are a nightmare for every consumer. This video explains what your rights are when an airline like Ryanair cancel a flight. How do you get your money back? Use the "Ryanair EU261 Compensation and Expense Claim Form" here https://eu261expenseclaim.ryanair.com/ For people from the UK: Contact UK European Consumer Centre for free advice on 01268 886690 or email [email protected] The European Commission's Regulation 261/2004 https://goo.gl/QZF2Vq 💪 JOIN PATREON PAGE OR DONATE THROUGH PAYPAL [email protected] 💪 I work hard to remain independent from Youtube. My future is a television studio live streaming to Youtube with an unique business model. Your support is greatly appreciated, you can support and protect my dream, my passion, my future by joining my official Patreon page. For a lousy $1 you get the following great advantages: ✅ 8 amazing rewards to choose from ✅ Monthly live sessions ✅ Free downloads (E-learning and Autobiography) ✅ Direct in contact with me ✅ Dosis bloopers ✅ Behind the scenes ✅ Underground publications ✅ You're official sponsor of Lions Ground ✅ You become part of the board and make decisions with Lions Ground ✅ Become moderator at Discord Join here : https://www.patreon.com/lionsground Thank you for supporting me on Patreon: Dennis Buck CaptLateNight CJ Gordon Hamilton Heather D Stupelli Jack Dale Jocelyn Elliott Ken Berlick Keith Schortzmann Kellyeve Hammond Leonard mott Paul Mabbott Peter Huygen Ricky Singh Tyler Thomas Maryann Palmer 🔹FACEBOOK GROUP https://www.facebook.com/groups/lionsground/ 🔹FACEBOOK PAGE https://www.facebook.com/lionsground/ 🔹TWITTER https://twitter.com/lionsground 🚫 If I miss any advertising / disrespectful comments to anyone make sure to flag them, we're here to enjoy the videos!
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Reg. 261/2004 Compensation - Volanic Ash 2010
 
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Brief summary of article 9 of regulation 261 2004
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Michael O'Leary Ryanair will honour EU 261 commitments without quibble or question
 
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Michael O'Leary CEO of Ryanair speaking about Ryanair flight cancellations at a press conference in Swords, September 18 2017
Views: 228 Travel Extra
Compensation for delayed and cancelled flight.
 
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www.skylegal.eu Specialists in Flight Compensation - value and file your claim online. Compensation for delayed flight, cancelled flight and denied boarding.
Views: 142204 SkyLegal. EU
How to Claim Flight Cancellation Compensation
 
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How to Claim Flight Cancellation Compensation in the UK and your flight cancellation rights - http://flightdelayscompensationclaim.co.uk/ Flight cancellation compensation in the UK can be made for flights in the last 6 years. However under EU regulation 261/2004 the reason for the cancellation must be the fault of the airline. If your flight was cancelled and the notice you received for the cancellation was 14 days or less, then you may have a flight cancellation compensation claim for you and your party. For details about your flight cancellation rights, please read further. For flight cancellation compensation claims in the UK you need to satisfy the following main rules: - The airline notified you of the cancellation less within 14 days or less of the departure date of the flight. - The flight was in the last 6 years. - Flight cancellation compensation EU claims can be made for all flights that depart from any UK airport on ANY airline. This means EU operated and international carriers. International carriers like United Airlines, American Airline, Qantas, Air India, Etihad Airways, Air Canada and so on. - Flight delay claims that arrive to any UK airport can only be made on any EU operated airline. These include Easyjet, Ryanair, British Airways (BA), Thomson, Lufthansa, Air France-KLM, Jet2, Flybe, Thomas Cook, Virgin Atlantic and so on. - The delay must be the fault of the airline. This includes technical faults on the aircraft, crew sickness or lateness. The fault of the airline do not include bad weather (except in certain circumstances where the bad weather affected the inbound flight, which cause your flight to be cancelled), volcanic eruptions, strikes or political unrest. - The amount you can claim then depends on the amount of notice you were given for the cancellation prior to your departure date (i.e. it must be 14 days or less). - The amount of your flight cancellation compensation claim is also affected by the distance travelled and the amount of delay you suffer with the replacement flight. Which can be anything up to €600 (or £530*) per person. So if you had two people in your party, that would mean you can claim up to €1,200 (£1,060*) in total. To find out more about how you can claim for EU flight cancellation compensation please follow the link below. The claim requires a flight cancellation compensation letter to be written to the airline with supporting evidence for the flight cancellation. To find the airline’s address, this is best found on their respective website. Also, if you want to make this claim yourself and would like a free flight cancellation compensation letter template, together with a flight cancellation compensation flowchart, you’ll find this free download at the same website too. For your free flight cancellation compensation letter template and free flight cancellation claims flowchart - http://flightdelayscompensationclaim.co.uk/ There is also a free letter template and free flow chart for flight delay compensation too. So if you’ve suffered a delayed flight and want to make a delayed flight claim, please follow the same link. * The amount in UK Sterling will depend on the exchange rate at the time between UK Pounds and Euros. Please give this video the thumbs up or if you have any questions please comment below. Also, please subscribe to our YouTube channel.
Views: 96 Flight Delay
#GET INSTANT CASH# AIRHELP
 
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Travel is much Fun, but what if you are faced with some challenges including a delayed, cancelled or overbooked flight?? On today’s vlog, am focusing on how you can get your instant cash through a short explanation and a graphic content of AIRHELP video showing the shortest and easiest way you can follow inorder for you to get your money back and you get to know the challenges that people face in everyday,s life as they travel world wide. Their service is based on EC 261 regulations which do include overbooked United States domestic flights or overbooked flights leaving the US with any airline. They do help with any airline leaving the European Union and any that arrives within the EU that is registered within the EU e. g Norway,Iceland,Switzerland e.t.c. Flights from lets say Africa-Africa-Europe do apply n vice-vasa. Incase of anything you wanna ask, do feel free to drop your thoughts n I will come back to you n answer them. Enjoy! xx LETS CONNECT : INSTAGRAM : Chichi-von-Scandinavia FACEBOOK : Judie n Paul EMAIL: [email protected]
Views: 675 Judie Paul
How to get flight compensation EU
 
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This video is an update on my nightmare Ryanair flight and how I resolved it. It wasn't too difficult for Ryanair to pay up however you do have to do it yourself if you and to receive the full 250 Euro compensation. Ryanair have bee sneaky and wrote a clause into the regulation that if you claim through a lawyer you wont get any compensation, therefor you have to make a claim yourself. link to the previous video for more context: https://youtu.be/-U6zlaQMNfI Link to Resolver website: https://www.resolver.co.uk/companies/ryanair-complaints?territory=Default Useful article: http://www.thisismoney.co.uk/money/holidays/article-2271213/How-claim-EU-flight-delay-compensation-EC-261-2004.html If you enjoyed this pls leave a like, comment and subscribe for more. To watch more of my videos follow the link bellow: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCowuUcQT5T6ACGhpDeCpCpA?view_as=subscriber Insta: https://www.instagram.com/tomkop_97/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/TomDance_97 Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/TomDance97/ Tumblr: https://www.tumblr.com/blog/tomdance
Views: 45 TomKop_97
Delay Compensation How ✩ How To Get Compensation For Delayed Or Cancelled Flight
 
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Compute your flight delay compensation: https://www.mb01.com/lnk.asp?o=9609&c=918271&a=303659&l=9308 Flight delay compensation - how to claim your flight delay compensation. Flight delay pay - flight delay compensation explained. Learn about EU Flight Delay Compensation and see if you can claim up to £540 per passenger in compensation. You can easily get EU flight delay compensation by simply completing the form and leaving the rest to us. These flight delay rules fall under the regulations for EU flight delay compensation.
Flight Delay Compensation Regulation ✩ How To Claim Compensation For Delayed And Cancelled Flights
 
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Compute your flight delay compensation: https://www.mb01.com/lnk.asp?o=9609&c=918271&a=303659&l=9308 European flight delay compensation regulation: The latest updates The EC 261/2004 is now over ten years old and over the years has seen a number of clarifications and updates that make it simpler for passengers to get past most of the legal jargon. The flight delay compensation regulation EC 261/2004 protects passengers against late flights and stipulates that a passenger is entitled to compensation if a delay of over 3 hours was experienced within the last 6 years. For example, if you are flying from London to Sydney with a stopover in Singapore and the Singapore to Sydney portion of your journey is delayed by more than 3 hours - or cancelled - you are entitled to claim EU flight delay compensation.
EU flight delay compensation Virgin Atlantic
 
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EU Flight Delay Compensation Virgin Atlantic - http://flightdelayscompensationclaim.co.uk Flight delay compensation is valid for delayed flights for Virgin Airlines of more than three hours or if your flight was cancelled, or you were denied boarding, subject to certain rules and regulations. EU261 Compensation covers flight delays on Virgin Atlantic as an EU operated airline. So in this case delays of flights both departing from the UK and arriving back to the UK are covered. So where your flight on a Virgin plane is late by more than three hours, you should be able to make a valid claim for compensation. The flight compensation rules and regulations are laid out under EU rule 261/2004. People are often entitled to flight compensation of between €250 and €600. The amount of flight compensation is dependent on the distance and destination of the flight concerned. The EU261 Regulation establishes minimum rights for passengers when: (a) they are denied boarding against their will; (b) their flight is cancelled; (c) their flight is delayed. The EU regulation 261 explains how each of these compensation claims can be made. With regards to flight delay claims, the following main rules apply for compensation: The time of delay and rules about the delayed flight - The flight delay needs to be at least three hours late. But the flight delay relates to the time of arrival at the destination airport for flight delay claim to be eligible for compensation. - Flights that depart late by more than three hours, but that arrive late by less than three hours are not eligible for flight delay compensation. - So for example, a flight that departs 3 hours and 20 minute late, but arrives 2 hours and 59 minutes late; this flight would not be eligible for a flight delay compensation claim. Amount of flight delay compensation The amount of flight compensation depends on the distance travelled. But in all cases the delayed arrival must be more than 3 hours, as follows: - Flight delays of under 1,500 kilometers - €250 - Delayed flight of between 1,500 and 3,500 kilometers - €400 - Flight delays of more than €1,500 and within the EU - €400 Flight delays of between three to four hours - Flight delays of more than 3,500 kilometers, between EU and non-EU airports - €300 Delays of more than four hours - Flight delays of more than 3,500 kilometers, between EU and non-EU airports - €600 Fault of the delay plays a role in the flight delay claim - If the delayed arrival is not the airlines fault, then no flight delay claim can be made. - If the delayed arrival is the airlines fault, then a flight delay compensation claim can be made. Does Virgin have to pay up flight compensation? - Not all airlines accept the claims made for delayed flight compensation. - The can turn the claims down under certain circumstances. - An overriding principle is that the airlines have a duty of care to all their passengers. How to make an EU Flight Delay Compensation claim for Virgin Atlantic: • Write to Virgin Airlines or complete a form for the claim; or • Use a company to make the flight delay claim on your behalf in the UK – for example - http://flightdelayscompensationclaim.co.uk Is it right to make a claim for compensation? We live in a compensation culture and one of blame. So whether or not it’s right to claim flight delay compensation is up to the individual. There’s an argument to be had that the level of flight delay compensation is excessive. But these are the rules that were laid down by the EU in the 261/2004 directive, which has been accepted by the UK Government, so the airlines should abide by them where the circumstances fit the regulations. A more equitable flight delay compensation claim might be for the compensation to be equal to what was paid for the flight. The problem with airlines having too many flight delay claims made is that where more people make claims, this could push the price of flights up. Worse still put them into financial difficulty. EU Flight Delay Compensation Virgin Atlantic can be made for up to 6 years after the delayed or cancelled flight.
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Holidaymakers stranded at Gatwick WON'T get compensation
 
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Furious passengers who had holiday plans ruined by the chaos at Gatwick Airport will face further frustration as there is little chance they will get compensation. Aviation chiefs have declared the drone drama at the West Sussex airport to be an 'extraordinary circumstance' which airlines could not reasonably have prevented. EU law - which still applies to the UK - says carriers are not obliged to pay compensation for cancelled flights in such situations. The ruling will bring further misery for the 110,000 travellers who have had their Christmas plans thrown into turmoil by today's events. The Civil Aviation Authority said this afternoon: 'Under EU261 regulations, passengers that no longer wish to take their flight can contact their airline for a refund. 'For those passengers that do still wish to fly, we advise them to contact their airline to understand the options available.' 'Given the reasons for the current disruption at Gatwick Airport, the Civil Aviation Authority considers this event to be an extraordinary circumstance. 'In such circumstances airlines are not obliged to pay financial compensation to passengers affected by the disruption.' EU regulation 261, made in 2004, says carriers do not have to pay in 'extraordinary circumstances which could not have been avoided even if all reasonable measures had been taken'. The regulation says: 'Such circumstances may, in particular, occur in cases of political instability, meteorological conditions incompatible with the operation of the flight concerned, security risks, unexpected flight safety shortcomings and strikes that affect the operation of an operating air carrier. 'Extraordinary circumstances should be deemed to exist where the impact of an air traffic management decision in relation to a particular aircraft on a particular day gives rise to a long delay, an overnight delay, or the cancellation of one or more flights by that aircraft, even though all reasonable measures had been taken by the air carrier concerned to avoid the delays or cancellations.' British Airways has advised passengers to keep receipts, saying it would handle any claims 'in accordance with EU legislation'. The UK Government has said consumer protection will 'not fall below' regulation 261 after Britain leaves the European Union. The runway has been closed almost constantly since two drones were spotted being flown inside the West Sussex airport's perimeter at 9pm on Wednesday. Police described the devices as 'industrial' models and are treating the incident as 'a deliberate act to disrupt the airport'. The military was called in as flight cancellations soared this afternoon but the airport remained closed to passengers as darkness fell.
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EU flight delay compensation KLM
 
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EU flight delay compensation KLM - http://flightdelayscompensationclaim.co.uk Flight delay compensation is valid for delayed flights of more than three hours or if your flight is cancelled, or you are denied boarding, subject to certain rules and regulations. EU261 Compensation covers for flights on KLM Airlines, which is now a part of Air France and is known as Air France-KLM. As KLM is an EU operated airline you can claim for delayed flights both departing from the UK and arriving to the UK as EU airports. The flight compensation rules and regulations are laid out under EU rule 261/2004. People are often entitled to flight compensation of between €250 and €600. The amount of flight compensation is dependent on the distance and destination of the flight concerned. The EU261 Regulation establishes minimum rights for passengers when: (a) they are denied boarding against their will; (b) their flight is cancelled; (c) their flight is delayed. The EU regulation 261 explains how each of these compensation claims can be made. In addition to KLM being an EU airline, the other rules that must be satisfied for a valid flight delay compensation claim are as follows: The time of delay and rules about the delayed flight - The flight delay needs to be at least three hours late. But the flight delay relates to the time of arrival at the destination airport for flight delay claim to be eligible for compensation. - Flights that depart late by more than three hours, but that arrive late by less than three hours are not eligible for flight delay compensation. - So for example, a flight that departs 3 hours and 20 minute late, but arrives 2 hours and 59 minutes late; this flight would not be eligible for a flight delay compensation claim. The airlines fault The delay must have been the airlines fault, which includes crew illness or late arrival and technical issues on aircraft, for the compensation claim to be valid. Amount of flight delay compensation The amount of flight compensation depends on the distance traveled. But in all cases the delayed arrival must be more than 3 hours, as follows: - Flight delays of under 1,500 kilometers - €250 - Delayed flight of between 1,500 and 3,500 kilometers - €400 - Flight delays of more than €1,500 and within the EU - €400 Flight delays of between three to four hours - Flight delays of more than 3,500 kilometers, between EU and non-EU airports - €300 Delays of more than four hours - Flight delays of more than 3,500 kilometers, between EU and non-EU airports - €600 Fault of the delay plays a role in the flight delay claim - If the delayed arrival is not the airlines fault, then no flight delay claim can be made. - If the delayed arrival is the airlines fault, then a flight delay compensation claim can be made. Do the airlines have to pay up flight compensation? - Not all airlines accept the claims made for delayed flight compensation. - The can turn the claims down under certain circumstances. - An overriding principle is that the airlines have a duty of care to all their passengers. How to make delayed flight claim for a flight on KLM, you can do one of the following: - To make a flight delay compensation claim you need to write to the airline; or - Use a company to make the flight delay claim on your behalf in the UK – for example - http://flightdelayscompensationclaim.co.uk EU flight delay compensation KLM can be made for up to 6 years prior.
Views: 40 Flight Delay
Claim up to £535 per passenger on disrupted flights under EU261. No Win, No Fee.
 
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Flight cancellation, flight delays over three hours on arrival, cancelled flight, denied boarding, www.rightclaims.co.uk, flight cancellations, 98% success rate, No Win, No Fee.
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Martin Lewis' Flight Delay Compensation Claiming Tips
 
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Martin Lewis explains everything you need to know about claiming for a delayed flight. For more information on delayed flight compensation and how you can claim check out: http://www.moneysavingexpert.com/travel/flight-delays for all the delayed flight tips. Filmed in conjunction with The Telegraph (June 2014).
Views: 95559 MoneySavingExpert.com
How do I know if I can claim for Flight Delay Compensation?
 
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Bott & Co flight delay compensation lawyer Kevin Clarke answers the question about how do you know if you can claim for flight delay compensation. Kevin states that the regulation that is spoken about is the EC Regulation 261/2004 and that covers all flights that are departing from the EU or a flight coming back into the EU with an EU carrier. To make it more clearer, if your flight is departing from England or Wales then you may be entitled to compensation, if you're coming back into England and Wales from Germany, France or Spain because you're within the EU, you may well be entitled to compensation. If you're coming from America or the Far East it depends which airline you are travelling with. It has to be an EU carrier e.g. British Airways, Virgin. If you fly with Delta, American Airline or Emirates you are not covered on EU Regulations because they are not EU carriers. Kevin says that the key point is that you have to arrive more than 3 hours then your scheduled arrival time, not when you depart. If you depart 3 hours and 10 minutes late and the airline makes some time up on route and they arrive 2 hours 55 minutes late, you're not entitled to compensation. The definition of when you arrive is when the doors open on your aircraft, some airlines may try and argue that it is when the wheels touch the ground but its when you are actually landed, you've reached your gate and the doors open, that's when you have arrived. More more information, please visit. http://www.bottonline.co.uk/flight-delay-compensation
Flight Delay Compensation Claim
 
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Flight Delay Compensation in the UK - http://flightdelayscompensationclaim.co.uk Flight delay compensation is valid for delayed flights of more than three hours or if your flight is cancelled, or you are denied boarding, subject to certain rules and regulations. EU261 Compensation applicable to the United Kingdom The flight compensation rules and regulations are laid out under EU rule 261/2004. People are often entitled to flight compensation of between €250 and €600. The amount of flight compensation is dependent on the distance and destination of the flight concerned. The EU261 Regulation establishes minimum rights for passengers when: (a) they are denied boarding against their will; (b) their flight is cancelled; (c) their flight is delayed. The EU regulation 261 explains how each of these compensation claims can be made. With regards to flight delay claims, the following main rules apply for compensation: Which airline and airports are affected by flight delay claims? - The flight must have DEPARTED from an EU airport, operating by ANY airline; In this case the EU airport would include Heathrow, Gatwick, Manchester, Birmingham, Leeds, Southampton, Liverpool, Stansted, Bristol or any other UK airport; Or - It must be ARRIVING into an EU airport and be operated by an EU airline. The airlines would include British Airways, EasyJet, Ryanair, Thomson, Jet2, Lufthansa, Air France-KLM, Flybe and Virgin Atlantic. The time of delay and rules about the delayed flight - The flight delay needs to be at least three hours late. But the flight delay relates to the time of arrival at the destination airport for flight delay claim to be eligible for compensation. - Flights that depart late by more than three hours, but that arrive late by less than three hours are not eligible for flight delay compensation. - So for example, a flight that departs 3 hours and 20 minute late, but arrives 2 hours and 59 minutes late; this flight would not be eligible for a flight delay compensation claim. Amount of flight delay compensation The amount of flight compensation depends on the distance traveled. But in all cases the delayed arrival must be more than 3 hours, as follows: - Flight delays of under 1,500 kilometers - €250 - Delayed flight of between 1,500 and 3,500 kilometers - €400 - Flight delays of more than 1,500 kilometers and within the EU - €400 Flight delays of between three to four hours - Flight delays of more than 3,500 kilometers, between EU and non-EU airports - €300 Delays of more than four hours - Flight delays of more than 3,500 kilometers, between EU and non-EU airports - €600 Fault of the delay plays a role in the flight delay claim - If the delayed arrival is not the airlines fault, then no flight delay claim can be made. - If the delayed arrival is the airlines fault, then a flight delay compensation claim can be made. Do the airlines have to pay up flight compensation? - Not all airlines accept the claims made for delayed flight compensation. - The can turn the claims down under certain circumstances. - An overriding principle is that the airlines have a duty of care to all their passengers. How to make delayed flight claims - To make a flight delay compensation claim you need to write to the airline; or - Use a company to make the flight delay claim on your behalf in the UK – for example - http://flightdelayscompensationclaim.co.uk Is it right to make a claim for compensation? We live in a compensation culture and one of blame. So whether or not it’s right to claim flight delay compensation is up to the individual. There’s an argument to be had that the level of flight delay compensation is excessive. But these are the rules that were laid down by the EU in the 261/2004 directive, which has been accepted by the UK Government, so the airlines should abide by them where the circumstances fit the regulations. A more equitable flight delay compensation claim might be for the compensation to be equal to what was paid for the flight. The problem with airlines having too many flight delay claims made is that where more people make claims, this could push the price of flights up. Worse still put them into financial difficulty. This was seen in 2017 by Monarch Airlines, which went into administration. Although the problems for Monarch were not due to flight delay claims, for other airlines this could be seen as more pressure on them.
Views: 156 Flight Delay
Delayed Flight Compensation - Air Delay Ad
 
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If you have had a flight delayed in the last 6 years you can now claim up to €600 per passenger compensation under EU regulation 261. Check your flight now: www.airdelay.co.uk
Views: 2151 Air Delay
UK Flight Delay Compensation Service
 
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For UK flights delayed for 3 hours or more, passengers can receive compensation from the Airline. EC Regulation 261/2004 entitles airline passengers to claim flight compensation for delayed, cancelled and overbooked flights. You may be entitled to as much as £540 per passenger if you flight was delayed. It’s FREE to check to see if you are owed compensation so make sure to get started right now on your UK flight compensation claim. Visit us: http://ukflightdelaycompensation.com/
Views: 4 Billie Dawkins
British Airways delays - When and how to claim flight compensation
 
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How to Claim flight cancellation compensation for British Airways (BA) delays - http://flightdelayscompensationclaim.co.uk/ Flight compensation in the UK can be made for BA flights in the last 6 years. When Brexit finally happens, the way flight compensation works will change. However, it’s likely that the UK will adopt the EU regulation 261/2004 and the compensation will remain. It’s likely that flight compensation will continue after Brexit, but after the two year separation period, or when the politicians sort this out, the new flight compensation will be dealt with under UK legislation instead. If your British Airways flight was either cancelled or delayed and this happened within the last 6 years, plus the delay or cancellation was the fault of BA, flight compensation may be claimed if you satisfy the current rules set out in EU regulation 261/2004. Claiming compensation from British Airways for delayed flight or for a cancelled flight, you need to satisfy the following conditions and rules:: - The flight was in the last 6 years. - The flight must have departed from any UK airport, or the flights must have arrived to any UK airport. - The delay must be the fault of British Airways. This includes technical faults on the aircraft, crew sickness or lateness. The fault of the airline do not include bad weather (except in certain circumstances where the bad weather affected the inbound flight, which cause your flight to be cancelled), volcanic eruptions, strikes or political unrest. - The amount of your flight compensation claim is also affected by the distance travelled with British Airways. Where it relates to a cancelled flight, the amount of delay you suffer with the replacement flight. Which can be anything up to €600 (or £530*) per person. So if you had two people in your party, that would mean you can claim up to €1,200 (£1,060*) in total. Additional rules for cancellations: - British Airways must have notified you of the cancellation within 14 days or less of the departure date of the flight. - The amount you can claim then depends on the amount of notice you were given by BA for the cancellation prior to your departure date (i.e. it must be 14 days or less). This can be up to €600 per passenger. Additional rules for delays - The delay must be more than 3 hours. The delay relates to the arrival of the flight, which is deemed to be when the plane doors are first opened. To find out more about how you can claim for EU flight compensation from British Airways for delays or cancellations, please follow the link below. The claim requires a flight compensation letter to be written to British Airways with supporting evidence. To find the BA’s address, this is best found on their website. Although the British Airways refund policy will not affect your flight compensation rights, it may be worth reading this too. You can always speak with their customer relations team to discuss their claim form where you are making the claim yourself. For your free flight compensation letter template and free flight claims flowchart - http://flightdelayscompensationclaim.co.uk/ Here's also a link to our British Airways Flight Delay Compensation Forum - http://flightdelayscompensationclaim.co.uk/flight-compensation-forum/?view=forum&id=9 * The amount in UK Sterling will depend on the exchange rate at the time between UK Pounds and Euros. Please give this video the thumbs up or if you have any questions please comment below. Also, please subscribe to our YouTube channel.
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Euclaim - do you know you can claim compensation - EUclaim
 
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www.yourflightdelays.co.uk Did you know that you can claim for your cancelled flight as well as if your flight was delayed, cancelled or you were denied boarding? Have you put in a claim for your cancelled flight? Has your flight departed from any airport in the EU, Norway, Switzerland or Iceland? Create an EUclaim. Has your flight arrived in the EU with any EU carrier or one from Norway, Switzerland or Iceland? Create an EUclaim. Did you know that you can claim for your cancelled flight and claim for multiple passengers? Create an EUclaim. The flight compensation regulation 261/2004 is a regulation in EU law that establishes common rules on compensation. It assists passengers in the event of denied boarding, flight cancellations or long delays of flights. It requires compensation of €250 to €600, depending on the flight distance, for delays of over 4 hours, cancellations or being denied boarding from overbooking. Create an EUclaim. Airlines must provide refreshments and accommodation where appropriate. Create an EUclaim. The Court of Justice of the European Union has interpreted passenger rights strictly so there are virtually no exceptions for airlines to evade their obligations for breach of contract. Create an EUclaim. This regulation applies to any passenger that is departing from an EU member state or travelling to an EU member state on an airline based in an EU member state.Create an EUclaim. A passenger should have a confirmed reservation on the flight and should have arrived in time for check –in as indicated on the ticket or from communication from the airline. Or, if not time is indicated, no less than 45 minutes before the scheduled departure time of the flight. Create an EUclaim. This regulation also applies if the passenger has been transferred from the flight for which he/she held a reservation to some other flight unless the passenger is travelling on a free or discounted ticket not available to the general public other than a ticket obtained from a frequent flyer programme. Create an EUclaim. This regulation does not apply to helicopter flights, to any flight not operated by a fixed – wing aircraft, nor to flights from Gibraltar aiport. However, whilst Switzerland is not a Member State of the EU, the regulation does apply to it under bilateral agreements. Do you know that you can claim compensation for your flight? Has your flight been : • Cancelled • Re-routed • You were denied boarding • Had a flight delay of over 3 hours? Under EU Legislation 261/2004, you are entitled to claim compensation ( up to £540 per passenger) if in the last 6 years if the following applies. Hence a claim for a cancelled flight involves the following: • Your flight departed from any airport in the EU, Norway, Switzerland or Iceland • Your flight arrived in the EU with any EU carried or one from Norway, Switzerland or Iceland. • The process is simple and quick to claim your compensation. You can claim for your cancelled flight by contacting our flight delay experts who then handle everything for you! Find out more by our simple, quick process to claim compensation We are the flight delay compensation experts we handle everything for you! Join thousands of other passengers who have claimed compensation Check instantly with your flight number for compensation or use a quick search to find out how much compensation you might be entitled to. Claim for yourself and anyone travelling in your party You will only need to pay if your claim is successful - no win no fee! We offer the lowest service fee guaranteed – we guarantee to beat any of our competitors service fees We have a flight checker that makes it easy to match you to the flight you were on., with up to date real flight data. We have a range of UK based expert advisors – we have a knowledgeable team of expert claim handlers and a dedicated legal team that diligently chase your claim. They have experience in dealing with the top UK/EU airline operators. Create an EUclaim. We have a quick and easy service – we handle the whole process for you. All that we need is your flight number and we take care of the rest. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Flight_Compensation_Regulation_261/2004 https://twitter.com/search?q=flight%20delay%20compensation&src=typd&lang=en-gb https://uk.pinterest.com/search/pins/?rs=ac&len=2&q=flight%20delay%20compensation&eq=flight%20delay%20comp&etslf=8184&term_meta[]=flight%7Cautocomplete%7Cundefined&term_meta[]=delay%7Cautocomplete%7Cundefined&term_meta[]=compensation%7Cautocomplete%7Cundefined https://www.facebook.com/search/top/?q=flight%20delay%20compensation https://www.facebook.com/Flight-Delay-Compensation-559435874224599/
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Compensation for flight cancellation and flight delay- Daniel Rasteen
 
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This short video has been made to support air passengers who have experienced flight cancellation and flight delay by any EU airline and they are not sure about their passenger's rights or if they are entitle for any compensation so the purpose of this short video is to take them through their rights step by step under the EU regulation 261 which will possibly be expired after the Berxit by March 2019 or might continue to have its effect under the government’s proposed transitional period and hopefully the government will in the end transfer these air passengers rights under the Great Repeal Bill into the domestic consumers law after the UK completely leave the European Union. Self-representation is an non-profit channel set up to support those who cannot afford legal advice in civil matter due to the government cutting legal aid. Please also see the disclaimer and some useful links below. Civil Aviation Authority: https://www.caa.co.uk/home/ Aviation ADR: https://www.aviationadr.org.uk/ Disclaimer Nothing on this video constitutes legal advice or gives rise to a professional/client relationship. Specialist legal advice should be taken in relation to specific circumstances. The contents of this video are for general information purposes only. Whilst we endeavour to ensure that the information on this video is correct, no warranty, express or implied, is given as to its accuracy and we do not accept any liability for error or omission. We shall not be liable for any damage (including, without limitation, damage for loss of business or loss of profits) arising in contract, tort or otherwise from the use of, or inability to use, this video or any material contained in it, or from any action or decision taken as a result of using this video or any such material. Some of the material on this video may have been prepared some time ago..
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Flight Delay Compensation Up To 600€. Watch How "Claim Flights" Process Works
 
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EU Air Passengers can claim flight delay compensation up to 600€ for flight delays, cancellations and denied boarding in accordance with EC Regulation 261/2004. See how "Claim Flights" process works. Enter the flight details such as flight number and travel date. And you can see the claim amount to claim from the airlines. Proceed Next and ultimately get up to 600€. It has never been easier to get your money back for delayed, cancelled, overbooked or missed connecting flights. Airline Passengers should be aware of their flight rights : - EC Regulation 261/2004 entitles you to claim flight delay compensation up to 600€ (£ 462) for flight delays, cancellations or if you missed connecting flight. - You can even claim if you're denied boarding due to an overbooked flight. Read More our "Complete Guide on Delayed Flights Compensation" at: https://www.claimflights.co.uk/flight-delay-compensation Share for the one you care. Subscribe to this channel & stay updated with your flight rights.
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Delayed flight compensation Garuda Indonesia
 
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Delayed flight compensation Garuda Indonesia - http://flightdelayscompensationclaim.co.uk Flight delay compensation is valid for delayed flights of more than three hours or if your flight is cancelled, or you are denied boarding, subject to certain rules and regulations. This video is about a non-EU airline Garuda of Indonesia and whether you can claim flight delay compensation. Yes you can, so long as the flight on Garuda Airlines left an EU airport, or in this case a UK base airport like Heathrow or Gatwick. Plus the delayed flight satisfied all the other EU261 Compensation rules. Any flights on Air Garuda arriving to the UK that have been delayed will not be covered by the regulations. So even if your Garuda flight has been delayed arriving in the UK by more than 3 hours, you will not be able to claim compensation. The flight compensation rules and regulations are laid out under EU rule 261/2004. People are often entitled to flight compensation of between €250 and €600. The amount of flight compensation is dependent on the distance and destination of the flight concerned. The EU261 Regulation establishes minimum rights for passengers when: (a) they are denied boarding against their will; (b) their flight is cancelled; (c) their flight is delayed. The EU regulation 261 explains how each of these compensation claims can be made. With regards to flight delay claims, the following main rules apply for compensation: Which airline and airports are affected by flight delay claims? - The flight must have DEPARTED from an EU airport, operating by ANY airline; In this case the EU airport would include Heathrow, Gatwick, Manchester, Birmingham, Leeds, Southampton, Liverpool, Stansted, Bristol or any other UK airport; Or - It must be ARRIVING into an EU airport and be operated by an EU airline. The time of delay and rules about the delayed flight - The flight delay needs to be at least three hours late. But the flight delay relates to the time of arrival at the destination airport for flight delay claim to be eligible for compensation. - Flights that depart late by more than three hours, but that arrive late by less than three hours are not eligible for flight delay compensation. - So for example, a flight that departs 3 hours and 20 minute late, but arrives 2 hours and 59 minutes late; this flight would not be eligible for a flight delay compensation claim. Amount of flight delay compensation The amount of flight compensation depends on the distance travelled. But in all cases the delayed arrival must be more than 3 hours, as follows: - Flight delays of under 1,500 kilometers - €250 - Delayed flight of between 1,500 and 3,500 kilometers - €400 - Flight delays of more than €1,500 and within the EU - €400 Flight delays of between three to four hours - Flight delays of more than 3,500 kilometers, between EU and non-EU airports - €300 Delays of more than four hours - Flight delays of more than 3,500 kilometers, between EU and non-EU airports - €600 Fault of the delay plays a role in the flight delay claim - If the delayed arrival is not the airlines fault, then no flight delay claim can be made. - If the delayed arrival is the airlines fault, then a flight delay compensation claim can be made. Do the airlines have to pay up flight compensation? - Not all airlines accept the claims made for delayed flight compensation. - The can turn the claims down under certain circumstances. - An overriding principle is that the airlines have a duty of care to all their passengers. How to make delayed flight claims - To make a flight delay compensation claim you need to write to the airline; or - Use a company to make the flight delay claim on your behalf in the UK – for example - http://flightdelayscompensationclaim.co.uk There’s an argument to be had that the level of flight delay compensation is excessive. But these are the rules that were laid down by the EU in the 261/2004 directive, which has been accepted by the UK Government, so the airlines should abide by them where the circumstances fit the regulations. If your flight on Garuda Airlines of Indonesia has been delayed by more than three hours and it departed from the UK, and it was their fault, then a valid claim may be able to be made – for more details, please follow this link: http://flightdelayscompensationclaim.co.uk/
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EasyJet flight delay compensation
 
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EasyJet flight delay compensation - - http://flightdelayscompensationclaim.co.uk Flight delay compensation is valid for delayed flights of more than three hours or if your flight is cancelled, or you are denied boarding, subject to certain rules and regulations. EU261 Compensation does apply to EasyJet and in particular because it is an EU operator, then flights both leaving from the UK and arriving back to the UK are covered by these rules. So long as all the other rules are met, then a claim can be made against EasyJet for flight delay compensation. The flight compensation rules and regulations are laid out under EU rule 261/2004. People are often entitled to flight compensation of between €250 and €600. The amount of flight compensation is dependent on the distance and destination of the flight concerned. The EU261 Regulation establishes minimum rights for passengers when: (a) they are denied boarding against their will; (b) their flight is cancelled; (c) their flight is delayed. The EU regulation 261 explains how each of these compensation claims can be made. With regards to flight delay claims, the following main rules apply for compensation: Which airline and airports are affected by flight delay claims? - The flight must have DEPARTED from an EU airport, operating by ANY airline; In this case the EU airport would include Heathrow, Gatwick, Manchester, Birmingham, Leeds, Southampton, Liverpool, Stansted, Bristol or any other UK airport; Or - It must be ARRIVING into an EU airport and be operated by an EU airline. The time of delay and rules about the delayed flight - The flight delay needs to be at least three hours late. But the flight delay relates to the time of arrival at the destination airport for flight delay claim to be eligible for compensation. - Flights that depart late by more than three hours, but that arrive late by less than three hours are not eligible for flight delay compensation. - So for example, a flight that departs 3 hours and 20 minute late, but arrives 2 hours and 59 minutes late; this flight would not be eligible for a flight delay compensation claim. Amount of flight delay compensation The amount of flight compensation depends on the distance travelled. But in all cases the delayed arrival must be more than 3 hours, as follows: - Flight delays of under 1,500 kilometers - €250 - Delayed flight of between 1,500 and 3,500 kilometers - €400 - Flight delays of more than €1,500 and within the EU - €400 Flight delays of between three to four hours - Flight delays of more than 3,500 kilometers, between EU and non-EU airports - €300 Delays of more than four hours - Flight delays of more than 3,500 kilometers, between EU and non-EU airports - €600 Fault of the delay plays a role in the flight delay claim - If the delayed arrival is not the airlines fault, then no flight delay claim can be made. - If the delayed arrival is the airlines fault, then a flight delay compensation claim can be made. Do the airlines have to pay up flight compensation? - Not all airlines accept the claims made for delayed flight compensation. - The can turn the claims down under certain circumstances. - An overriding principle is that the airlines have a duty of care to all their passengers. So if you were delayed on an EasyJet and you want to know how to make a claim, you have the following options: - To make a flight delay compensation claim you need to write to the airline; or - Use a company to make the flight delay claim on your behalf in the UK – for example - http://flightdelayscompensationclaim.co.uk
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Was your flight cancelled?
 
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Was your flight cancelled? You may be entitled to compensation as stated in EU Regulation 261/2004. Rose explains when you're entitled to compensation in the event of a flight cancellation.
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How to claim Flight Delay Compensation in 2017 ( FAST )
 
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Want to know how to claim back flight delay compensation? Get a free flight delay check at www.airfair.com. Fill out the simple form and see if you are able to claim up to £540 per passenger. You are entitled to assistance if you meet the following criteria: Important Information About How To Claim • Your flight was under 932 miles and delayed for at least two hours. • Your flight was within the EU, was more than 932 miles and was delayed by at least three hours. • Your flight did not depart within the EU but arrived into an EU airport with an EU airline and was between 932 and 2,174 miles and was delayed for at least three hours. • Any other flight delayed for at least three hours. Providing you qualify in one of the above categories, you are entitled to: • Two free phone calls, faxes or emails. • Free meals and refreshments, appropriate to the delay. • Free hotel accommodation and hotel transfers, if an overnight stay is required. • If your delay is more than 3 hours you are entitled to compensation up to €600 per passenger, depending on distance travelled and length of delay. • If your delay is more than five hours, then you are entitled to choose between being re-rerouted or reimbursed in the same manner as if your flight had been cancelled. *Waiting time is counted from the moment of the delay, cancellation or refused boarding. If you are in your country of residence, the airline may only offer transportation to your residence and back to the airport. TOP TIPS: • Assistance shall also be offered to passengers who are grounded in the airplane on the tarmac), if applicable. • The airline may suspend the assistance in order to immediately initiate boarding procedures. 2 - Can I get flight delay compensation? WHAT DOES THE LAW SAY? EU regulation 261/2004 The regulation establishes rules on compensation for passengers in the event of denied boarding, flight cancellations or delayed flights. The regulation was created in 2004 and enforced on 17 February 2004, and applies to all members of the EU and the airlines that reside within them. Who does regulation 261/2004 apply to? The regulation applies to any passenger of any age and nationality, not including infants who do not have a paid-for ticket. You are eligible if your flight departed from any airport which resides in the European Union on any airline or; was en-route to an EU member state whilst travelling with an airline operated in the EU. To be eligible under regulation 261/2004, you must have a confirmed reservation on the flight and arrived on time for check-in. The following situations and reasons for the scenario are fully protected by the regulation: • Technical faults. • Staffing problems that are within the airline’s control. • Poor weather on a previous flight which in turn affected your flight (so called knock-on effect). • Denied boarding due to an overbooked flight. 2a - The Departure Location Rules • THE EU: • To get flight delay compensation under EU regulation 261/2004, your flight must be an EU flight. This is where the flight departed from an EU airport, regardless of the airline. Or where an EU airline flew into an EU airport from any destination. Under this law, EU airports also include those in Iceland, Liechtenstein, Norway and Switzerland.
Claim for your cancelled flight – have you claimed for your cancelled flight?
 
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www.yourflightdelays.co.uk Did you know that you can claim for your cancelled flight as well as if your flight was delayed, cancelled or you were denied boarding? Have you put in a claim for your cancelled flight? Has your flight departed from any airport in the EU, Norway, Switzerland or Iceland? Has your flight arrived in the EU with any EU carrier or one from Norway, Switzerland or Iceland? Did you know that you can claim for your cancelled flight and claim for multiple passengers? The flight compensation regulation 261/2004 is a regulation in EU law that establishes common rules on compensation. It assists passengers in the event of denied boarding, flight cancellations or long delays of flights. It requires compensation of €250 to €600, depending on the flight distance, for delays of over 4 hours, cancellations or being denied boarding from overbooking. Airlines must provide refreshments and accommodation where appropriate. The Court of Justice of the European Union has interpreted passenger rights strictly so there are virtually no exceptions for airlines to evade their obligations for breach of contract. This regulation applies to any passenger that is departing from an EU member state or travelling to an EU member state on an airline based in an EU member state. A passenger should have a confirmed reservation on the flight and should have arrived in time for check –in as indicated on the ticket or from communication from the airline. Or, if not time is indicated, no less than 45 minutes before the scheduled departure time of the flight. This regulation also applies if the passenger has been transferred from the flight for which he/she held a reservation to some other flight unless the passenger is travelling on a free or discounted ticket not available to the general public other than a ticket obtained from a frequent flyer programme. This regulation does not apply to helicopter flights, to any flight not operated by a fixed – wing aircraft, nor to flights from Gibraltar aiport. However, whilst Switzerland is not a Member State of the EU, the regulation does apply to it under bilateral agreements. Do you know that you can claim compensation for your flight? Has your flight been : • Cancelled • Re-routed • You were denied boarding • Had a flight delay of over 3 hours? Under EU Legislation 261/2004, you are entitled to claim compensation ( up to £540 per passenger) if in the last 6 years if the following applies. Hence a claim for a cancelled flight involves the following: • Your flight departed from any airport in the EU, Norway, Switzerland or Iceland • Your flight arrived in the EU with any EU carried or one from Norway, Switzerland or Iceland. • The process is simple and quick to claim your compensation. You can claim for your cancelled flight by contacting our flight delay experts who then handle everything for you! Find out more by our simple, quick process to claim compensation We are the flight delay compensation experts we handle everything for you! Join thousands of other passengers who have claimed compensation Check instantly with your flight number for compensation or use a quick search to find out how much compensation you might be entitled to. Claim for yourself and anyone travelling in your party You will only need to pay if your claim is successful - no win no fee! We offer the lowest service fee guaranteed – we guarantee to beat any of our competitors service fees We have a flight checker that makes it easy to match you to the flight you were on., with up to date real flight data. We have a range of UK based expert advisors – we have a knowledgeable team of expert claim handlers and a dedicated legal team that diligently chase your claim. They have experience in dealing with the top UK/EU airline operators. We have a quick and easy service – we handle the whole process for you. All that we need is your flight number and we take care of the rest. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Flight_Compensation_Regulation_261/2004 https://twitter.com/search?q=flight%20delay%20compensation&src=typd&lang=en-gb https://uk.pinterest.com/search/pins/?rs=ac&len=2&q=flight%20delay%20compensation&eq=flight%20delay%20comp&etslf=8184&term_meta[]=flight%7Cautocomplete%7Cundefined&term_meta[]=delay%7Cautocomplete%7Cundefined&term_meta[]=compensation%7Cautocomplete%7Cundefined https://www.facebook.com/search/top/?q=flight%20delay%20compensation https://www.facebook.com/Flight-Delay-Compensation-559435874224599/
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The refund.me App for the Sabre Red Workspace
 
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Delayed flights, cancellations and missed connecting flights are an inconvenience for any passenger. Unfortunately, it happens all over the world and for all sorts of different reasons. In such cases, passengers are protected by EC Regulation 261/2004. This air passenger regulation, introduced in 2004, governs the compensation passengers are entitled to receive from the airline if their flight is delayed or cancelled. EC Regulation 261/2004 applies to all flights that start from airports in the European Union. In addition, it also applies to flights that land in the EU, if they are operated by an EU carrier. The amount of compensation passengers are entitled to, if their flight is delayed, depends on the distance of the flight, and ranges from €250 to €600. The refund.me Red App helps agents to notify passengers of qualifying delays and cancellations, allowing the passengers to claim the compensation they are owed under the law. refund.me processes the claim for the passenger, using a Europe-wide network of experts to maximize the probability of successful settlement and claim payment. If a claim is successful, the passenger receives a compensation payment of up to €600, less a success-based commission of 15% (plus 19% VAT). This compensation can be a welcome benefit after a passenger has been seriously inconvenienced by a long delay or flight cancellation. All an agent needs to do to deliver this benefit to customers is to enter PNRs into the refund.me Red App. The flight is then monitored for any qualifying delays or cancellation, and a notification is created for the agent if any occur. The agent receives a link that can be emailed to the customer so that the customer can easily submit their claim for the refund. There is no cost to agents to provide this benefit to their customers. The refund.me Red App also features an option for Automatic Mode, whereby all PNRs created in the terminal will be submitted to refund.me for monitoring without any manual step. This feature does cause one scan per PNR to be charged to the agent's PCC. Automatic Mode is turned off by default, but available for activation in the Settings view.
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Flight Compensation: How to get compensated when your flight is delayed or cancelled
 
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https://claimcompass.eu/ We help you get up to €600 for your delayed, canceled or overbooked flight to or from Europe. It only takes a couple of minutes to start your claim! Imagine you show up at the airport only to find out that your flight has been delayed by several hours. But you took the time to check the schedule, left work early to be at the airport a couple of hours ahead of the flight, you even checked-in online, right? Right. None of that matters, because unless you know your rights, chances are you’ll just be stuck with the inconvenience of a flight delay and everything that comes with it. That is a scenario, which affects millions of passengers annually and for that reason, the EU Parliament passed Regulation 261/2004 to outline in detail passengers’ rights to claim compensation.
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Air France obstructing legitimate compensation applications for long flight delays
 
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Under Regulation (EC) No 261/2004 passengers are entitled to up to €600 if their flight has been delayed by at least three hours (in some cases by at least two hours) or cancelled. In this video we show how the official link which Air France provides for submitting claims does not work during the whole month of August 2017. Thus, Air France is obstructing legitimate compensation applications under EU Regulation 261/2004. (Regulation (EC) No 261/2004 is establishing common rules on compensation and assistance to passengers in the event of denied boarding and of cancellation or long delay of flights.) More information at: http://avioclaim.com/
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Delayed Flight? Claim Your Compensation! Up to £510* Per passenger!!! Delayed Flight compensation
 
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Flight Delayed? http://www.uk-flight-delays.co.uk || ASK YOURSELF... Are you able to claim compensation? FIND OUT NOW!! Let me tell you know, If you have had a flight delayed in the last 6 years... You can claim up to £510* PER PASSENGER!!! Under EU regulation 261. The compensation, could be yours! We are SPECIALISTS in Flight Compensation… So, don’t delay any further and get in touch with us. We will explain your rights in the event of a flight delay and let you know how you can claim your compensation. If your flight was delayed, the European Union Law that entitles you to claim up to £510* compensation, per person! With most compensation claims, getting the money isn't easy. There's lots of paperwork to complete, many forms to fill out, and sometimes you may even have to go appear in court. http://www.uk-flight-delays.co.uk facilitates the entire the process for you! From getting your refund from the airline, without all the hassle and trouble that the normal process would usually require. This is one of the easiest ways to get your money back for delayed flights! So what is holding you back? Sign up and claim your compensation that you are due! All Airline Passengers should be aware of their flight rights : - EC Regulation 261/2004 entitles you to claim flight delay compensation up to £510* PER PASSENGER for flight delays, cancellations or if you missed connecting flight. Like this video? Then subscribe to my channel and stay up to date with how you can THINK SMARTER! Flight cancellation and delay - what does Wikipedia have to say? Find out here: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Flight_cancellation_and_delay
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Airline Strikes: Can I Claim a Flight Compensation?
 
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A recent ruling of the European Court of Justice states that airlines must pay flight compensations for flights delayed and canceled due to "wildcat strikes". Up until now, all strikes fell under the category of extraordinary circumstances: airlines could exonerate themselves from the responsibility of the flight disruption when it was caused by a strike. As a result, they didn't have to pay a compensation to air passengers. No more. Or, to be more precise, not every time. Saying that you can get compensated for a flight disrupted by a strike would be a stretch. Read the post: https://www.claimcompass.eu/blog/airline-strike-flight-compensation/ Submit a compensation claim: https://app.claimcompass.eu/en/?utm_source=youtube&utm_medium=&utm_campaign=youtube-blog&utm_content=airline-strikes Check out the ClaimCompass blog: https://www.claimcompass.eu/blog/tag/en
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How to Claim Compensation for a Delayed Flight
 
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http:mydelayedflightclaim.co.uk Ever wondered if you're eligible to claim compensation for a delayed flight? Whoever you are and whatever your circumstances, a delayed or cancelled flight can be far more than just an inconvenience. Have you had a flight delayed or cancelled in the past 6 years? Have you been denied boarding a scheduled flight for reasons beyond your control? If you answered yes to either of these questions, then there’s a good chance you are entitled to claim compensation. Under European law, EU Regulation 261/2004, you have the right to claim compensation. Each passenger is entitled to up to €600 in compensation if a scheduled flight arrives at its destination more than three hours late. If you have your booking number, you can check instantly to see if you are eligible for compensation. And you can claim up to €600 per passenger with Delayed Again. Airlines do not have to pay compensation if the delay is caused by ‘force majeure’, or extraordinary circumstances. Extraordinary circumstances include factors that are out of the airline’s control such as bad weather, natural disasters, crew strikes or terror threats. However, airlines regularly reject valid claims by erroneously citing ‘force majeure’. So, it is vitally important that your chosen representative is familiar with all the tricks airlines employ to get out of paying the compensation to which you are legally entitled. Check your eligibility now with Delayed Again's quick and easy claims process. Just click on the link below to check your status. Claim compensation for a delayed flight now. http:mydelayedflightclaim.co.uk
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EU flight delay compensations - have you claimed your EU flight delay compensation?
 
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www.yourflightdelays.co.uk Have you claimed your EU flight delay compensation for delayed flights?? Did you know that you can claim for your cancelled flight as well as if your flight was delayed, cancelled or you were denied boarding? Have you put in a claim for your cancelled flight? Has your flight departed from any airport in the EU, Norway, Switzerland or Iceland? This is covered in EU flight delay compensation. Has your flight arrived in the EU with any EU carrier or one from Norway, Switzerland or Iceland? Did you know that you can claim for your cancelled flight and claim for multiple passengers? This covered in EU flight delay compensations. The flight compensation regulation 261/2004 is a regulation in EU law that establishes common rules on compensation. It assists passengers in the event of denied boarding, flight cancellations or long delays of flights. It requires compensation of €250 to €600, depending on the flight distance, for delays of over 4 hours, cancellations or being denied boarding from overbooking. Airlines must provide refreshments and accommodation where appropriate. Hence, this covered in EU flight delay compensations. The Court of Justice of the European Union has interpreted passenger rights strictly so there are virtually no exceptions for airlines to evade their obligations for breach of contract. This covered in EU flight delay compensations. This regulation applies to any passenger that is departing from an EU member state or travelling to an EU member state on an airline based in an EU member state. This covered in EU flight delay compensations. A passenger should have a confirmed reservation on the flight and should have arrived in time for check –in as indicated on the ticket or from communication from the airline. Or, if not time is indicated, no less than 45 minutes before the scheduled departure time of the flight as stated in EU flight delay compensations. This regulation also applies if the passenger has been transferred from the flight for which he/she held a reservation to some other flight unless the passenger is travelling on a free or discounted ticket not available to the general public other than a ticket obtained from a frequent flyer programme. This regulation does not apply to helicopter flights, to any flight not operated by a fixed – wing aircraft, nor to flights from Gibraltar aiport. However, whilst Switzerland is not a Member State of the EU, the regulation does apply to it under bilateral agreements. Do you know that you can claim compensation for your flight? Has your flight been : • Cancelled • Re-routed • You were denied boarding • Had a flight delay of over 3 hours? This is all stated in the EU flight compensations rule. Under EU Legislation 261/2004, you are entitled to claim compensation ( up to £540 per passenger) if in the last 6 years if the following applies. Hence a claim for a cancelled flight involves the following: • Your flight departed from any airport in the EU, Norway, Switzerland or Iceland • Your flight arrived in the EU with any EU carried or one from Norway, Switzerland or Iceland. • The process is simple and quick to claim your compensation. You can claim for your cancelled flight by contacting our flight delay experts who then handle everything for you! Find out more by our simple, quick process to claim compensation We are the flight delay compensation experts we handle everything for you! Join thousands of other passengers who have claimed compensation Check instantly with your flight number for compensation or use a quick search to find out how much compensation you might be entitled to. Claim for yourself and anyone travelling in your party You will only need to pay if your claim is successful - no win no fee! We offer the lowest service fee guaranteed – we guarantee to beat any of our competitors service fees We have a flight checker that makes it easy to match you to the flight you were on., with up to date real flight data. We have a range of UK based expert advisors – we have a knowledgeable team of expert claim handlers and a dedicated legal team that diligently chase your claim. They have experience in dealing with the top UK/EU airline operators. We have a quick and easy service – we handle the whole process for you. All that we need is your flight number and we take care of the rest. Hence, we follow the EU flight delay compensations rules. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Flight_Compensation_Regulation_261/2004 https://twitter.com/search?q=flight%20delay%20compensation&src=typd&lang=en-gb https://uk.pinterest.com/search/pins/?rs=ac&len=2&q=flight%20delay%20compensation&eq=flight%20delay%20comp&etslf=8184&term_meta[]=flight%7Cautocomplete%7Cundefined&term_meta[]=delay%7Cautocomplete%7Cundefined&term_meta[]=compensation%7Cautocomplete%7Cundefined https://www.facebook.com/search/top/?q=flight%20delay%20compensation https://www.facebook.com/Flight-Delay-Compensation-559435874224599/
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My Flight Was Delayed | Got A Refund When My Flight Was Delayed
 
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My Flight Was Delayed | Got A Refund From My Delayed Flight Check your flight here now for free and at no obligation http://www.delayedflightclaimcompensa.. When you’re travelling from an airport and the airline delays or cancels your flight, or if something goes wrong while you’re travelling, it pays to know what your rights are. If your flight has been cancelled or delayed, you then have the right to cash compensation under European law. Under EU Regulation 261/2004, passengers are entitled to up to €600 (£536) in compensation when their flight lands at their destination more than three hours late. While for cancelled flights, passengers have the right to take an alternative flight with the same airline to their destination or, cancel the flight and receive a full refund instead. This law even applies to previous flights, did you know that if your scheduled flight was due to depart from an EU airport and the delay or cancellation occurred within the last six years, you may be still eligible for up to £540 compensation, that’s per passenger? However, sometimes the airlines don't always have to pay out and can avoid doing so if the delay is caused by extraordinary circumstances, for example bad weather or crew strikes. Under this EU law, which covers many flights to and from EU airports, you have significant rights on many flights to, from or within the European Union. The CAA website will help you understand when the law applies and if your flight doesn’t go as planned, what you are entitled to. To be covered by EU law, your flight must be either: • departing from an EU airport and operated by any airline, or • arriving at an EU airport and operated by an EU airline The team at www.delayedflightclaimcompensation.com offer a simple process to check your eligibility before starting the claims process. Complete the form by following the link and let them check the compensation which may be due to you. It's a no-win, no-fee basis. You only pay a small amount if your claim is successful. Did you know that when your flight is affected by disruption, your airline must take care of you and get you to your destination? Once the disruption has been resolved, that’s when you want to look into your eligibility to claim costs or compensation. This simple form will get you there. http://www.delayedflightclaimcompensation.com If your flight is covered by EU law, there are two main situations in which you are legally entitled to payment from your airline: • Reimbursement for care and assistance. If you paid for food, drink or accommodation that your airline should have provided, you can claim reasonable costs back. • Compensation for the disruption. If the delay was severe and could have been avoided by the airline, the law sets out fixed levels of compensation you should receive. If the booked flight was delayed or cancelled, the law is specific about compensation. For instance, if the disruption was caused by extraordinary circumstances, then you will not be entitled to compensation, if the airline took reasonable measures to avoid the disruption. The compensation is paid out only if the airline were at fault and the cancelled flight or delayed flight was not due to extraordinary circumstances. What is an extraordinary circumstance that can lead to a flight being delayed or cancelled? The main categories include: • Acts of terrorism or sabotage • Political or civil unrest • Security risks • Strikes (unrelated to the airline such as, airport staff, ground handlers, or air traffic control) • Weather conditions incompatible with the safe operation of the flight • Hidden manufacturing defects (a manufacturer recall that grounds a fleet of aircraft) If you think you have a strong case for compensation, you can lodge a claim with your airline directly and hire a solicitor, or you can contact www.delayedflightclaimcompensation.com and they’ll do all the work for you on a no-win, no-fee basis and with no hassle. Check out more of our videos and client testimonials. Did you get a refund when your flight was delayed? Let us know on our Facebook page. Find out more here: http://delayedflightclaimcompensation.com https://www.facebook.com/Delayed-Flight-Claim-Compensation-591368074594940/ https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Flight_cancellation_and_delay https://www.caa.co.uk/Passengers/Resolving-travel-problems/Delays-cancellations/Your-rights/Am-I-entitled-to-compensation-/ https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Flight_Compensation_Regulation_261/2004 https://youtu.be/r5I7mALmhmo
Can you claim flight delay compensation for bad weather
 
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Can you claim flight delay compensation for bad weather? - http://flightdelayscompensationclaim.co.uk Flight delay compensation is valid for delayed flights of more than three hours or if your flight is cancelled, or you are denied boarding, subject to certain rules and regulations. In this case the question is whether or not a claim for bad weather can be claimed. The answer is no, as this would not be the airlines fault. The delay that resulted in a delayed arrival which was not the airlines fault will not satisfy the criteria for a compensation claim. Bad weather would include snow, storms, hurricanes, fog and other bad conditions that are outside of the control of the airline and therefore not their fault. The flight compensation rules and regulations are laid out under EU rule 261/2004. People are often entitled to flight compensation of between €250 and €600. The amount of flight compensation is dependent on the distance and destination of the flight concerned. The EU261 Regulation establishes minimum rights for passengers when: (a) they are denied boarding against their will; (b) their flight is cancelled; (c) their flight is delayed. The EU regulation 261 explains how each of these compensation claims can be made. With regards to flight delay claims, the following main rules apply for compensation: Which airline and airports are affected by flight delay claims? - The flight must have DEPARTED from an EU airport, operating by ANY airline; In this case the EU airport would include Heathrow, Gatwick, Manchester, Birmingham, Leeds, Southampton, Liverpool, Stansted, Bristol or any other UK airport; Or - It must be ARRIVING into an EU airport and be operated by an EU airline. The airlines would include British Airways, EasyJet, Ryanair, Thomson, Jet2, Lufthansa, Air France-KLM, Flybe and Virgin Atlantic. The time of delay and rules about the delayed flight - The flight delay needs to be at least three hours late. But the flight delay relates to the time of arrival at the destination airport for flight delay claim to be eligible for compensation. - Flights that depart late by more than three hours, but that arrive late by less than three hours are not eligible for flight delay compensation. - So for example, a flight that departs 3 hours and 20 minute late, but arrives 2 hours and 59 minutes late; this flight would not be eligible for a flight delay compensation claim. How to make delayed flight claims where the delay was the airlines fault - To make a flight delay compensation claim you need to write to the airline; or - Use a company to make the flight delay claim on your behalf in the UK – for example - http://flightdelayscompensationclaim.co.uk Is it right to make a claim for compensation? We live in a compensation culture and one of blame. So whether or not it’s right to claim flight delay compensation is up to the individual. There’s an argument to be had that the level of flight delay compensation is excessive. But these are the rules that were laid down by the EU in the 261/2004 directive, which has been accepted by the UK Government, so the airlines should abide by them where the circumstances fit the regulations. A more equitable flight delay compensation claim might be for the compensation to be equal to what was paid for the flight. The problem with airlines having too many flight delay claims made is that where more people make claims, this could push the price of flights up. Worse still put them into financial difficulty. This was seen in 2017 by Monarch Airlines, which went into administration. Although the problems for Monarch were not due to flight delay claims, for other airlines this could be seen as more pressure on them. For more information if you have a claim for a flight delay claim, please follow this link: http://flightdelayscompensationclaim.co.uk
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Delay Compensation How ✩ Flight Delay Pay ✩ Flight Delay Compensation Explained
 
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Compute your flight delay compensation: https://www.mb01.com/lnk.asp?o=9609&c=918271&a=303659&l=9308 To get flight delay compensation under eu regulation 261/2004 your flight must be an eu flight. Flight delay compensation | flight cancellation compensation | refund The most common question we always get asked is, how much compensation can I get. Claim compensation for flight delays cancellations and denied boarding.
Pandaclaim | Compensation for delayed flights
 
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Check out our website! https://pandaclaim.com/ Pandaclaim is a service, helping its users to obtain their flight compensations from the airline based on the existing law (EU 261 and similar). We support our customers in a lawful claim for the compensation and eliminate all the obstacles on their way. We compensate in case of: - Delayed Flight - Canceled Flight - Denied boarding (overbooking) - Damaged or lost baggage Getting a flight delay compensation is easy now! Music Info: Uplifting Pop Rock by AShamaluevMusic. Music Link: https://www.ashamaluevmusic.com
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UoW's non-EU applicants are increasing this year
 
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University of Westminster's senior admission officer Dave Haddock talks about this year's non-EU application figure
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