Have you been abused by British Airways?

Modern air travel is stressful enough without the abuse that some airlines inflict on passengers. If you are a legitimate victim of airline abuse and reasonable attempts at redress have been ignored or refused by the airline, I encourage you to submit a complaint via the CEDR to send a clear message to the airline that this behaviour will not be tolerated. The process is free if you are successful or £25 if you are unsuccessful. Please let me know about your success stories!

Legal Advice

If you need legal help, I haven't used Bott & Co Solicitors personally but they have some good advice on their website about claiming compensation from airlines and have a no-win no-fee no-risk guarantee.

BA Responds

I encourage BA to respond to this web site and if appropriate, will share their response(s) here.

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Your Stories

British Airways and the sarnies saga: http://cyprus-mail.com/2017/03/19/british-airways-sarnies-saga/ Thanks Brian, this is an interesting read on the current status of BA. I had no idea easyJet and Ryanair both now carry more passengers than ...
Brian Lait
I've flown BA for many years but this year that has changed. Along with Flybe, they are the worst airline I've ever used. This year started with a family holiday to Tampa, from Jersey (via Gatwick). Our flight from Jersey to Gatwick was scheduled ...
TR
Dear BA, I am sitting on a flight from Tel Aviv to London. It is half way through the journey and in my many many years of flying BA I had the worst meal experience I have ever had. In my silent debate with myself I was wondering if I should stay ...
Peter
To this airline, all passengers are a major inconvenience, between, them taking your payment and dumping you off at your destination.Such is the arrogance of the airline, you must demonstrate to them, that it is a privilage for YOU to fly with ...
ISB
I am sitting at Nice airport starving hungry and dying of thirst. My flight was canceled yesterday due to the air strike. That I can understand is not BA's fault. But I was told this mroning to make my way to the airport as my flight was scheduled ...
Linda Ormes
By all rights, I should LOVE Brtiish Airways. I fly BA several times a year round trip, from IAD to TLS, via LHR. The reservation system is satisfactory.  The scheduling fits my needs to a 'T'.  The planes are as comfortable as I can ...
LDD
Yesterday I took a flight from Dublin to Heathrow, which got delayed by an hour, which I was told is typical for that particular flight route. This in itself was not a real problem, but what happened on arrival was entirely avoidable. Apparently as ...
Remy
I was traveling with my wife and 7 month old daughter, while I was helping my wife make my daughter comfortable I requested for a glass of warm water, the stewardess who was busy chatting up another passenger on what sushi she likes, asked me to get ...
Allen
I flew BA and I must say I received top service as I should expect from such a high quality business.  When was the last time you received good service and actually wrote up about it? The cabin crew were amazing. I got exactly what I asked ...
Jordan Cooper
Regarding a flight from PHL to London, Heathrow. We packed our bags and got to the airport. When we arrived at the gate we realized that the plane was delayed due to what we were told was "wind going against the path of the plane". The plane was ...
Anonymous

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