Ian Taylor, Executive Editor of Travel Weekly discusses claims by the airlines that flight delay compensation will lead to flight price increases.
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Carriers warn soaring claims for delays will push up fares
EUclaim in Travel Weekly
Travel Weekly covered our news story which revealed that Britain’s main flight carriers, in spite of improving their flight delay record in 2014, still face potential pay outs of £214m for compensation cases.
EUclaim statistics ski holidays in Telegraph
Hugh Morris, news editor at Telegraph Ski and Snowboard has reported on the worst airports for delayed ski flights in 2014 using EUclaim’s data.
EUclaim is mentioned in The Daily Mail
The Daily Mail contacted Adeline Noorderhaven, UK Manager, EUclaim for her thoughts on the current state of flight delay compensation.
Van Ameyde handles EUclaim passenger cases in UK
Tjitze Noorderhaven of EUclaim and Willem van der Hooft of Van Ameyde have signed a contract for dealing with UK passenger claims related to delayed flights. EUclaim and Van Ameyde intend to further develop EUclaim’s activities in Europe.
What constitutes flight arrival time?
EUclaim’s views on ‘What constitutes flight arrival time?’ and the potential outcome of the Judgment by the European Courts of Justice (ECJ) was covered in Travel Weekly.
Huzar vs. Jet2 case in the pressYesterday was an important day for airpassengers. There was a positive ruling in the Huzar vs. Jet2 case, which states that technical defects cannot be seen as extraordinary circumstances.
EUclaim mentioned in the pressThe article referenced Wizzair flight W6 2206 from London Luton to Budapest which has not left on time once since 1 June 2013. The flight which makes the 927 mile journey every day, except Christmas Day, has left passengers delayed for as little as two minutes and as long as 12 hours and 18 minutes.
EUclaim mentioned in the TelegraphOn the Travel page of the Telegraph, a Q&A was published by Gill Charlton. A passenger wrote to the Telegraph to tell about a severe flight delay of 14 hours with easyJet, asking for advice.