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British Airways Flight Delay Claims Lawyers

If you have missed a flight connection with British Airways, you have been denied boarding or your British Airways flight has been cancelled or delayed, contact us today to find out if you have a claim for compensation.

Claim Compensation for Delayed Flights due to British Airways System Collapse in May 2017

If your weekend or holiday flight was delayed as a consequence of the British Airways system collapse for more than three hours you are entitled to compensation of up to £450. So if you didn’t get to take off when you should call us now on 0800 038 7999 or make an online enquiry and land some money.

Flight delays can cause disruption to you and your work, as well as leaving you out of pocket, which is why you can and should claim compensation when things go wrong. Our solicitors operate on a no-win no-fee basis, so you have nothing to pay if your claim is unsuccessful, and for a successful online claim, we charge 20% plus vat of the compensation that we recover for you.

EU regulations give passengers the right to compensation for cancelled flights. Compensation of up to £550 can be claimed, and the amount you will receive is dependent on various factors. These include details such as how soon the passengers were informed of the delay; the time it took to get a replacement flight; the distance of your flight journey; whether the flight was scheduled to land in the EU or not; and how much the delay impacted on the passenger’s travel itinerary. There are time limits on claims for flight compensation, so don’t delay in contacting us to get your claim against British Airways underway.

About British Airways Flight Compensation Claims UK

British Airways, or BA, is the airline with the largest fleet in the United Kingdom. It is the second-largest in the United Kingdom behind EasyJet in terms of passenger journeys. The airline is based in Waterside at London Heathrow Airport.

Once a state company, it was privatised in 1987 as part of a wider privatisation plan by the Conservative government. In 2011, British Airways merged with Iberia, creating the International Airlines Group (IAG).

British Airways' is based largely at London Heathrow Airport (with 40% of the available aircraft slots allocated to BA), with the majority of flights operating in Terminal 5. The British Airways subsidiary BA CityeFlyer is the largest operator in London City Airport, and BA also has a large presence in Gatwick International Airport.

Flight Claims Solicitors UK

If you have been in a situation where your British Airways flight was cancelled, delayed or if you missed a connection because of a delay, don’t hesitate to contact our team at Flight Delay Reclaims who can help you get the compensation you deserve. With over fifty years' experience, our expert solicitors will take the stress out of making a claim, and with our no win no fee service, you have no worries about upfront costs. Get in touch with us today via our online contact form or give us a call on 08000387999.

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