About Flybe and Reasons for flight Delay or Cancellation
Flybe is the largest independent regional airline in Europe, based in Exeter, operating more UK domestic flights than any other airline. It flies 7 million passengers a year on 149 routes, from 62 destinations in 9 countries, connecting to long-haul hubs in Manchester, Birmingham, Paris, Dublin and Amsterdam. Being a member of the European Regions Airline Association hasn’t stopped passengers from experiencing flight delays and cancellations and this is partly due to the high number of passengers that travel with Flybe annually. It is well known that airlines with high passenger numbers tend to experience more flight delays and cancellations than others. Reasons for this include poor management, Technical defects, illness of one or more number of crew members, Bird strikes and Storm.
Your Rights as an
The European passenger rights regulation has helped sanitize Europe’s aviation industry with regards to flight delays and cancellation as airlines are seen trying to do all they possibly can to ensure that delays and cancellations of flight is at its bare minimum. Nevertheless, passengers whose flight is delayed for at least 3 hours or cancelled without at least a 14 days prior notification are all eligible for compensation. Amount payable as compensation is solely dependent on the flight distance and not on the ticket price. It should however be noted that compensation isn’t paid for flight delays and cancellations resulting from exceptional circumstances such as Bird strike or Storm.
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