Airlines have failed to pay £4 MILLION in compensation to holidaymakers due to air travel delays and cancellations, investigation reveals



British holidaymakers awaiting flight delay and cancellation compensation may be waiting a while longer.
A recent investigation has found that airlines have failed to pay £4 million – despite a court ruling ordering otherwise.
TUI alone, the holiday travel group formerly known as Thomson, reportedly owes 5,000 passengers up to £2.4 million.
As many holidaymakers known, flight delays and cancellations are some of the worst ways to begin a holiday.
But, under EU law, travellers are entitled to up to £529 compensation if they arrive at their destination more than three hours late.  
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3 April 2018 in Travel, Views: 42
Source: Daily Mail
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