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Fwd: Flight Delay? Claim up to PS600 per person!


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From: "UK Flight Reclaim" <nl@admissionletters.co>
Date: 5 November 2016 at 14:37:46 GMT
To: "Jordan Blake" <h@aol.com>
Subject: Flight Delay? Claim up to £600 per person!

My Flight Reclaim
My Flight Reclaim
If you can't see this message View it in your browser.

If you have been delayed or had a
flight cancelled, get in touch.
We make claiming from the airlines
simple and effective.

Delayed?

We all know that flight disruption can occur for a number of reasons, usually for reasons out of our control, which is why the compensation for delayed flights was established by European Regulation.

To claim your right to compensation click here.

Flight Cancelled?

If you have been affected by a cancelled flight you may be entitled to claim compensation for your inconvenience. There are requirements that must be met to ensure you are entitled to make a claim, such as the amount of notice the airline gave you ahead of your planned travel.
To find out whether you may be entitled to claim click here.

Missed Connection?

Have you been delayed on a flight that has resulted in a missed connection?
If you have been delayed by 3 hrs or more and the delay has effected your onward travel, click here.

Overbooking?

Airlines will commonly oversell a flight which can result in overbooking; this is a common reason for disruption to travel plans and can result in delay, cancellation and missed connections. Find out more....

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