Airline flight delay compensation experts
All airlines are susceptible to delays and cancellations at times. However some are more likely to cause disruption than others.
Civil Aviation Authority (CAA) airline delays data for 2016 depicts EasyJet, British Airways and Flybe as having the most flights delayed by 3 hours or more over the course of the year. Between the three of them, they were accountable for over 2000 severe delays in 2016.
If you’ve experienced airline delays over 3 hours in length, it is possible that you will be entitled to compensation in accordance with EU flight compensation regulations.
Up to £540 compensation can be obtained in relation to airline flight cancellations and delays that have taken place in the last 6 years.Start your claim now
Recent airline flight delays
Information regarding the latest airline delays across Europe is displayed below. Flight Delay Claims 4 U colleagues can also access the Civil Aviation Authority’s archive of historical flight data when assessing your case.
Live airline delays and cancellations
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