We looked at our unique in-house flight data to discover which airlines and flights fare best in the punctuality stakes. Here are the flights that always (and never) arrive on time.
The latest flight compensation news, articles, and case studies
Catch up with the latest in travel tips and hacks as well as the comment from our legal team about updates to laws around EU Regulation 261.
Lengthy airport security queues are often the worst nightmare of keen #avgeeks. Many questions enter your mind: Do I need to remove my belt/jewellery/watch? Is that bottle of perfume less than 100ml? Where do I get those mini plastic bags from? Can I drink this entire bottle of water in two minutes? It is a real minefield.
The European Union has commenced a radical six month trial of lie detectors at security checkpoints in select airports. The new technology is designed to identify illegal immigrants, terrorists and criminals. What do you think – is it a genius idea to boost air travel safety, or just another controversial AI project?
Missed connecting flights are one of the most costly and unfortunate circumstances in the realm of air travel. We outline your rights if you miss a connection through no fault of your own.
Making huge headlines in the past few weeks has been the highly-anticipated Singapore Airlines route from Singapore to Newark Liberty International Airport, New Jersey. The journey takes over eighteen hours and is the longest nonstop flight in the world.
In what will come as welcome news to many airline passengers, Heathrow Airport is trialling scanning technology that could result in the lifting of the liquid ban at airport security checkpoints.
FlightCompensation.com looks into the potential future of British citizens’ EHIC cards for emergency medical care in the European Union after Brexit takes place in 2019.
A poll by The Money and Mental Health Policy Institute has found that people suffering with mental health problems could be quoted up to 2000% more for travel insurance cover than those that don’t. This has led to many risking their mental health by going on holiday without the appropriate level of cover.
From maroon to blue – this will be the change in the colour of British citizens’ passports from 2019 following the huge political fallout of Brexit.
Travel Visas are a tricky subject. There are reams of conflicting advice offered to holiday makers regarding which countries do and don’t need a visa for entry, the cost and how to acquire one.
As of June 2018, a government-backed scheme “One Too Many” launched in ten of the UK’s main airports, in a bid to raise awareness about excessive alcohol consumption before and during flights.
In a controversial move this summer, the Home Office has announced that families with different surnames will be obliged to display their children’s birth or adoption certificates at border control.
Heathrow Airport has been dominating aviation news recently, due to its contentious proposed third runway. But, what are the little-known facts of the largest and busiest airport in the UK?
Sometimes when listening to instructions from cabin crew, it can almost sound like crew members are speaking a different language altogether. In this article we provide some useful translations to airline jargon so that you can become an expert next time you take to the skies.
If you’re unsure of the new Transportation Security Administration rules concerning powdered substances and snacks on flights into the US, we have outlined our advice and the official Homeland Security guidelines.
Here is everything you need to know about what to do if your luggage is lost, delayed or damaged, and how you can claim compensation
When unsuspecting competition winner Helen Johnston-Griffin from Dorset commented on a Facebook post, little did she know her life was about to change forever…
Many of us have experienced the heart-sinking disappointment of the airport tannoy announcing our flight is delayed. More often than not the cause of the hold-up is fairly run of the mill; caused by bad weather or cabin crew illness. But sometimes planes and their passengers are kept waiting for far more elaborate reasons.
Everyone loves a good browse in the duty free shops while waiting to board a flight; however we have looked into the items that will give you some big savings and those that won’t even save you a penny.
It doesn’t matter how excited you are to be going abroad or how much you love flying, long-haul flights can get really boring really quickly.
Alison Hitchins instructed FlightCompensation.com to help recover flight delay compensation after her flight was delayed seven hours at Birmingham Airport after the pilot banged his head.
Whether you’re dreaming of quitting your office job to go on a backpacking adventure, or just want advice on how to go on as many low-cost holidays as possible throughout the year, there’s inspiration for everyone from our ‘10 best budget travel bloggers’.
Although we all love to travel, the journey to our final destination can take its toll on our stress levels. We have selected some of the most common airport folks and how much they may or may not raise your stress levels.
Do you dread getting on the plane to find you are in the worst seat ever; right next to the toilets, directly under a TV screen, or in the very last row? Well read our Seat SOS guide to ensure you have the best seat in the house…well plane!
It’s hard to resist the temptation of splurging out on sweets and chocolate when you arrive at the shops at the airport, especially when you have little ones that you know will need some snacks on the flight. So instead, treat yourself and the kids to some healthy but delicious snacks, that are fun to make at home and won’t break the bank.
We’re created a few packing tips and a free printable packing check-list to make sure you don’t overpack or underpack! ‘Will I need my hair dryer?’, ‘Should I bring 10 pairs of shoes?’, ‘Is five pairs of shorts a bit excessive?’. We’ve all been there so follow our tips to ensure you don’t have any problems!
FlightCompensation.com recovered £695.71 in flight compensation from British Airways. Laura and Michael were delayed for over four hours due to technical fault with the plane on a flight from London Heathrow to Ras Al Khaimah International airport.
FlightCompensation.com recovers £690.96 in flight compensation from easyJet for couple from Devon.
FlightCompensation.com recovered £518.14 in compensation from British Airways. David and Christine were delayed for over three hours due to a technical fault with the plane on a flight from London Heathrow to JFK.
FlightCompensation.com recovers £940.22 flight delay compensation from Thomson Airways for couple who were delayed for six hours 45 minutes.
Susie Fuller and her partner Terence were travelling to Goa, India from Heathrow Airport for a three week holiday and had a connecting flight in Doha, Qatar.
Flightcompensation.com recovered £407.70 from easyJet after a couple were delayed for over three hours in Amsterdam due to a technical fault with plane.
FlightCompensation.com recovers £626.82 flight compensation after Mike Dillon and his friend were delayed for four and a half hours with Thomson Airways.
We’ve hand picked some of the World’s craziest hotels that we believe are well worth a visit. From underwater rooms to sleeping in a crane, it seems there’s no limit on what hotels are offering now.
FlightCompensation.com recovers £850.56 from British Airways after Stephany Araullo and her husband Sergi were delayed for five hours at London Heathrow Airport.
FlightCompensation.com recovered £987.08 for Martine Phillips and her husband who had both been refused compensation already from Thomson.
Simon Prentice receives £201.79 from FlightCompensation.com after his Flybe flight was re-routed to East Midlands Airport instead of Manchester Airport.
FlightCompensation.com recovers £1,407.32 flight delay compensation from Jet2 for family of four who missed the start of their trip to Lanzarote.
FlightCompensation.com recovered £1,359 for a group of six girls who were delayed with Thomas Cook after their week-long holiday to Malia, Crete in July 2012.
FlightCompensation.com recovers £593.44 flight delay compensation from Thomas Cook for couple who were delayed for four and a half hours.