Ryanair faces legal action for wrongly rejecting flight delay claims
The CAA says Ryanair has been wrongly rejecting flight delay and cancellation compensation claims
18 September 2015
Jet2 or Wizz Air passenger? Resubmit flight delay claim after regulator intervention
The regulator says the airlines have promised to improve how they deal with complaints
19 August 2015
'Ryanair sat my three-year-old alone'
MSE renews calls for airlines to scrap the 'family tax' as Ryanair tries to seat three-year-old away from her parents
12 June 2015
MSE calls for airlines to scrap 'family tax' and guarantee parents are seated next to children for free
MSE demands airlines scrap a 'family tax' that pushes parents to pay an extra £15 each to sit next to their children
26 April 2015
Airlines face legal action for wrongly rejecting flight delay compensation claims
Aer Lingus, Jet2 and Wizz Air face legal action following a review of their practices by the UK's CAA
23 March 2015
How to reclaim Air Passenger Duty airline-by-airline
Airlines begin to update Air Passenger Duty on future bookings and reveal details of their refunds processes
9 December 2014
Ryanair gives Easter boost with early "air tax refunds" for U12s
Ryanair is refunding APD for under 12s on flights departing from 27 March 2015 onwards
5 December 2014
Flight delay reclaiming boost as Supreme Court throws out airline appeals
The Supreme Court has today refused Jet2 and Thomson's requests to appeal earlier Court of Appeal decisions
31 October 2014
Flight delay reclaiming rules to be clarified
A case being heard at the Court of Appeal today will clarify whether passengers can claim for technical faults
22 May 2014
Flight delay compensation: It's an airline lottery for passengers
MoneySavingExpert.com can reveal huge differences between airlines' approaches to paying flight delay compensation
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