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Manchester-based Company Makes Claiming On Flight Disruptions And Cancellations Simple

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Over 26 million people use Manchester Airport every year, making it the third busiest airport in the UK for passenger traffic.

Over the last month, more than 40,000 passengers were affected by mass cancellations caused by an IT Glitch, with further talks of airline strikes and delays.

Manchester-born company Flight Patrol believe they have the answer for frustrated flyers, with a 99% success rate for claiming compensation with a No Win, No Fee basis.

Flight Patrol, established in Manchester in May 2019, has already helped passengers claim up to 600 euros on severely delayed flights or cancellations.

With its in-house legal team, Flight Patrol is making it simpler for passengers to claim, without the middleman, promising to equip customers with the facts before making their claim.

Blal Choudhry, CEO, says: “At Flight Patrol, it’s our continuing mission to educate airline passengers on their travel rights – we aim to look after you when you fly.

“Every day we tackle the airlines to get you paid the correct flight compensation you deserve. Making it a stress-free and simple experience”.

So how do customers qualify for a claim?

  • Departing from the EU, or arriving into the EU on an EU airline
  • More than 3 hours late on arrival
  • The flight was within the last 6 years
  • Delay was not caused by extraordinary circumstances

AND it only takes 60 seconds to check if you’re eligible for compensation. There’s also a no win/no fee, and if customers get accepted for compensation, Flight Patrol offers a transparent fixed fee.

According to Flight Patrol, flyers must keep records of booking, boarding cards, and as much information about the cancellation/disruption as possible.

For more information on strikes and disruption, you can visit Flight Patrol on their website.

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