Airlines something of a hot topic lately, with some filing for administration. In the same month that news breaks of yet another airline going bust, there is a headline counteracting this, with a different one soaring in seat sales. So what’s going on?
If you suffer with a hidden disability such as autism, chronic pain or anxiety, the thought of making your way through an airport can cause worry. However, there are many ways that airports can assist you with your invisible illness, making your experience much more pleasant. We outline the help that you are entitled to.
We analysed our in-house statistics to see if flight delays and cancellations from 2015 to 2018 got better or worse, and the results were shocking. Each year saw more delays and cancellations than the year before, with 2018 seeing the biggest increase of 33% for flights cancelled or delayed.
FlyBmi is the latest airline in a long list to have gone bump, leading thousands of passengers wondering what their rights are, and what stages to take next. We outline what to do if you ever find yourself in this situation.
Bott and Co list some of the craziest reasons for flight delays of all time, and whether or not they’re eligible for compensation under EU Regulation 261/2004.
Winter 2018’s “Beast from the East” looks set to return this year, with the Met Office warning that the current cold snap is here to stay, as more snow, ice and sleet showers are forecast, causing widespread flight disruption at UK airports.
Bott and Co answer frequently asked passenger questions about claiming flight delay compensation post-Brexit, deal or no deal. Including whether or not compensation is due on Brexit affected flights.
In December 2018 and this month, drone sightings caused all flights to be grounded at Gatwick and Heathrow Airports respectively, ruining hundreds of thousands of passengers’ travel plans. Here are some FAQs regarding passengers’ rights after the incidents.
Flight Delay Compensation Solicitor Coby Benson welcomes the CAA’s decision to take legal action against Ryanair and talks about how this stands to affect passengers.
Airlines including TUI and easyJet are denying and ignoring eligible passenger flight delay compensation claims until taken to court.
The ECJ has ruled that non-EU connecting flights are now eligible for compensation if the cause is not extraordinary circumstances
European Judges have today ruled in passengers’ favour at the highest court in the European Union, the Court of Justice, in a case worth tens of millions of pounds in compensation a year to passengers.
Registry Trust Data shows UK airlines, including Thomson and easyJet, have failed to pay court judgments to passengers who’ve suffered a flight delay