British Airways compensation for delayed flight claims
Flight Delay Compensation Claims
A hearing took place in April 2015 in relation to airlines refusing to pay out flight delay compensation when a bird strike happens. The Court found that bird strikes at airports are a common every day fact of life for Airlines and thus was not legal Defence to a plane delay claim.
Most airlines are refusing to pay out compensation to affected passengers when their flight has been delayed due to a bird strike by using the excuse of an “extraordinary circumstance”, most passengers are unaware what “extraordinary circumstances.”
Some examples of an legal defence to a British Airways compensation for flight delayed flight claims, for example can be due to extreme weather conditions, such as severe snow and storms. Also industrial action, civil unrest or war are deemed to be a legitimate reason why an airline can refuse to pay out flight delay compensation.
How to make a British Airways compensation for delayed flight claims
Has your plane delay been more than 3 hours within the past 6 years? If so you may be able to claim compensation of up to about £500 per passenger.
For more information, click the following links:
• Flight Delay Compensation
• British Airways compensation for delayed flight CLAIM FORM