The UK Civil Aviation Authority has today reiterated its advice to passengers affected by flight delays and cancellations
It follows rulings in both the UK and European courts in favour of compensation to passengers whose flights were delayed or cancelled.
These regulations are in place to protect people when things go wrong with their flights. Anyone with concerns that they are not being treated correctly by their airline can contact the CAA for advice or to make a complaint.
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