Flight Delay Compensation

Ash V Thomas Cook airlines judgement in the County Court has proved that airlines are no longer allowed to use “extraordinary circumstances” as an excuse to not pay out compensation to passengers who was delayed due to a bird strike.

Airline companies have been trying to get out of paying flight delay compensation when a bird strike has happened by telling passengers they are unable to claim compensation because a bird strike is classed as a “extraordinary circumstance”.

It has been made clear that extraordinary circumstances include act of terrorism, extreme weather conditions and industrial action; not a “bird strike.”

If your flight has been delayed contact us now as you may be entitled to flight delay compensation.

Contact us now in order to submit your claim, we will do everything on your behalf!

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