Land a payout from greedy airlines for flight ordeals

Toby Walne
March 2013
Mail on Sunday;3/31/2013, p100
ARE you reading this at the airport while you stare anxiously at a departure board that shows a depressing list of flights delayed or cancelled? It will make you a little happier to know that you can get compensation, though according to campaigning website Plane Claim, air travellers are failing to get back £1.2billion a year for flight problems.


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