Flight Delay Compensation against Cathay Pacific
Passengers who travelled on a Cathay Pacific flight on the 26th December 2010 are able to claim flight delay compensation.
Flight departing from London Heathrow and arriving at Perth, Australia via Hong Kong.
Passengers departing from London Heathrow was delayed for 3 ½ hours resulting in them missing there connecting flight to Perth, Australia.
It is believed that passengers were given two options, either stay in Hong Kong and hope for a flight the next day or take a flight from Hong Kong to Sydney and then from Sydney to Perth arriving more than 12 hours after their scheduled arrival.
The airline advised passengers they was delayed in Heathrow due to “Technical Difficulties”.
We can confirm we acted for a family of four who travelled on this flight and it was a success in such a short amount of time.
We submitted our letter of claim against the airline in July and we received confirmation that they are willing to offer our clients £425.00 per passenger in August.
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