AVIATIONLAWYER STEPHAN ERIKSSON DOES TAKE OFF

AVIATIONLAWYER STEPHAN ERIKSSON DOES TAKE OFF Aviation lawyer Stephan Eriksson leaves Liman & Partners and starts up niche Law Firm specialized in Aviation and Travel law, Advokatfirman Eriksson & Partners AB (www.erikssonpartners.com )  Eriksson & Partners represents airlines, helicopter operators, maintenance facilities, air brokers, travel agencies etc where the firm assists with all aviation related […]

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Turbulent year with flight delays and cancelled flights

Some reflections regarding flight delays and cancelled flights   Finally Christmas Eve and time for some Christmas vacation. It has really been a turbulent year. Travelright started their business in February and the number of delayed flight passengers seeking Travelright help has literally exploded since then. I’m very impressed by Travelrights technical platform with IT […]

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Swedish family is asking the Swedish Supreme Court to answer the question whether technical failure constitutes extraordinary circumstances when determining passengers right to compensation for flight delay

The UK Supreme Court decided October 31 in the case “Jet2.com vs Ronald Huzar ” the question whether technical problems with aircraft constitutes extraordinary circumstances defending Airlines from passengers claims for flight delays. Jet2.com vs Ronald Huzar regards an unexpected problem with an electrical wire in one of the fuel filters to one of the […]

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Norwegian Faces Claims Over Dreamliners

Wall Street Journal Business Norwegian Faces Claims Over Dreamliners Claims Run to Hundreds of Thousands of Dollars from Disgruntled Passengers By Christina Zander Updated Aug. 20, 2014 6:41 p.m. ET Passengers are demanding hundreds of thousands of dollars in damages from  Norwegian Air Shuttle  NAS after suffering lengthy delays due to technical problems with the […]

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Delay with Norwegian DY7006 today July 15

Norwegian flight DY7006 from New York (JFK) July 15 to Stockholm Arlanda (ARN) was delayed   Norwegian flight DY7006 was scheduled to arrive 11.15 am today. The flight was delayed and landed 3.35 pm, more than 4 hours delayed. All passengers are entitled to 600 euros in flight delay compensation.  Have you been affected by flight delays and want compensation? Contact TRS Travelright and […]

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Flight delay with United Airlines UA069

United Airlines UA069 from Stockholm Arlanda (ARN) to New York (EWR) July 15 was delayed     UA069 was scheduled to depart at 9.05 am but did not depart until 3.55 pm, more than 6 hours delayed. All passengers have right to flight delay compensation with 600 euro.   Have you been affected by flight delays and want compensation? Contact TRS […]

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Norwegian flight DY7068 from San Francisco delayed again

Norwegian flight DY7068 from San Francisco (OAK) July 12 to Stockholm Arlanda (ARN) is again delayed   Norwegian flight DY7068 was scheduled to arrive 14.30 yesterday July 13. The flight was very delayed and landed 7.05 today, more than 16 hours delayed. Travelright has already been retained by many passengers. Have you been affected by flight delays and want compensation? Contact […]

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Travelright claims Norwegian re delayed flight DY7036

Travelright claims Norwegian re flight DY7036 from Ft Lauderdale (FLL) to Stockholm Arlanda (ARN) June 18   Norwegian’s flight DY7036 suffered a flight delay of 10 hours due to poor planning by Norwegian. On behalf of 84 passengersTravelright is claiming flight delay compensation.   Have you been affected by flight delays and want compensation? Contact TRS Travelright and they […]

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For how long can the airline defend themselves with “extraordinary circumstances” for a flight delay?

How long can the airline defend themselves with “extraordinary circumstances” for a flight delay? Airlines frequently use the defence of “extraordinary circumstance” even at subsequent follow-delays. How long can they under EU law do this? The general rule as stated in the Court of Justice of the European Union ECJ case C-22/11 Finnair Oy v Timy Lassooy provides […]

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