The Dutch Supreme Court attends to six cases where the airline has appealed.
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Dutch High Court continues with cases on appeal
Snow disrupts air traffic
As predicted, snow has disrupted air traffic throughout Europe. Many flights are cancelled or delayed.
Snow is coming! What to do?
The media is warning repeatedly about the upcoming weather conditions. Friday will bring snow, which can mean that air traffic will be disrupted. Not only in the Netherlands and the UK, but also in other parts of Europe bad weather conditions are expected. This often leads to flight delays or cancellations.
Transavia also states delays are inevitable
Just like Surinam Airways, Transavia also believes that passengers should stop complaining when faced with a delay. Previously, we posted an article about Surinam Airways who believe delays are inevitable, because they own only one airplane. To our astonishment Transavia has the same perspective.
Technical defect KLM not an extraordinary circumstance
Today is another day to bring positive news for passengers. This time we have received judgments from the Court in Amsterdam regarding KLM cases. It concerns KL 878 from Bangkok to Amsterdam on 22 November 2009 and KL 877 from Amsterdam to Bangkok on 21 February 2010.
Delay is part of business model Surinam Airways
EUclaim received a judgment regarding a Surinam Airways flight (PY993, 26 February 2010). The remarkable part about this case is that the airline states that passengers are not entitled to financial compensation, because the airline owns only one airplane.
EUclaim pays 273 clients on one day
Today is a memorable day for 273 of our clients. We can inform you that we have paid 273 passengers today! The payment of 273 passengers on one day is a unique situation in the history of our company and obviously makes us very happy.
Hearing European Court of Justice about missed connections
About 3 million passengers miss a connecting flight each year. On Tuesday 27 November 2012 EUclaim went to the European Court of Justice to attend a hearing about this topic. Several prejudicial questions were handled regarding missed connections.
EUclaim wins 7 legal procedures against Transavia
Our legal department received 7 judgments by a Dutch Court concerning Transavia cases.
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