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London Heathrow Airport says there are still some disruptions to British Airways flights following a global computer system failure at the
United Airlines and the passenger violently dragged off a plane reach a settlement for an undisclosed sum, as the company seeks to contain the fallout from the incident.
Airlines overbook their flights, so what are your rights if you get affected in Europe?
United Airlines assures investors it will rebound from the PR disaster of a passenger being violently dragged from his seat on an overbooked plane.
Computer systems crashed earlier on Monday, leaving planes grounded and passengers stranded at airports around the globe.
Rail workers in Brussels and southern Belgium are carrying out a 48-hour strike which disrupting connections as far away as London and Paris. Both
In this edition of U-talk, Ioannis, who is from Athens asks: “I am planning to travel through several EU countries this summer, mostly by coach and
Question from Laurent in Paris:
“I was supposed to fly from Paris to Sofia, but on my arrival at the airport I was informed that my flight was
In this edition of U-talk, Päivi from Madrid asked: “I flew from Madrid to Helsinki via Berlin. I was denied boarding in Berlin because, apparently
On this edition of U talk Peter from London was wondering about the rights of disabled passengers who are taking flights in Europe, he
With summer all but upon us u-talk thought it was time to tackle the thorny subject of flyer’s rights.
“Hello, my name is Arik, I was supposed to
In this edition of Utalk, Luca from Milan asks: “For the Easter break, I went to London from Milan. When I arrived at the airport in London, the
As well as body scanners, Americans hit with “enhanced” pat downs
Full-body scanners have also been causing a storm in the USA, where hundreds of