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.

More on Aerotoxic Syndrome

Former airline cabin crew Dee and Tania were interviewed on the Richie Allen Show this week about the very real dangers of aerotoxic syndrome which the airlines don't seem to be taking seriously.

This is not only an issue for cabin crew and pilots but for all airline passengers on commercial aircraft except maybe on the Boeing 787 which is the only commercial passenger aircraft that does not ventilate the cabin with bleed air.

It seems likely that sooner or later the airlines will face massive damages claims and will be forced to pay compensation to affected passengers and crew.

For more on aerotoxic syndrome see https://aerotoxic.org and http://www.toxicfreeairlines.com.

You can also read the recently released book by John Hoyte, "Aerotoxic Syndrome: Aviation’s Darkest Secret" and watch out for the upcoming movie, "A Dark Reflection".

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Your Stories

I should start by saying that I'm an Executive Club Gold Card holder, and I never thought that I'd be looking for this web site and posting on it. Whilst everyone knows that BA service has deteriorated in the past few years, I never thought that BA ...
Domenico
Tried prebooking seat for my wife going back to Thailand. Web site wouldn't let me. Phoned BA. Indian lady less than helpful. Despite me paying for a Premium Economy seat she would only speak to my wife. She speaks less English than the rep. It was ...
Glenn Michael Perry
My wife and I flew BA from Orlando, Florida to Edinburgh. Our tickets required us to bus from Gatwick to Heathrow for the connection. This was a problem for my wife, as her knees were giving her fits. So we explained to the ticket agent in Orlando ...
Jeff Elledge
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
My story is so long in only 3 1/2 days I can't give all the details.  Short story is flew from Glasgow to London/Heathrow on BA 9:15 AM 9 July 2016.  They left every single bag for passengers terminating in London in Glasgow, every single ...
tom diangelis
I lost my phone at the business lounge. When I told an aircrew about the lost phone as soon as I got into the airplane, somebody called the lounge. Luckily, I was told that my lost phone was found at the lounge and my name will be attached to the ...
Hyungchul Kim
Viewpoint: Regarding the Michael Brown incident Get served liquor then get arrested... limeys? Sounds set-uppish to me... God bless Andrew Jackson and Lafitte for whoopin their Brit A_ _es! DONT FLY BA! 
EL BRUJO
Dear British Airways, I suggest you remove the word 'British' from your name. Just 'Airways' describes far more accurately the quality of your shabby airline and why drag the rest of us in Britain down with you? I don't think there are many British ...
David Allsopp
My friend Doug and I flew from Orlando to London, via Miami. We arrived in London to find that our golf clubs and suitcases had not made the trip with us. The Customer Service agent at Heathrow told us that the bags were in Miami. She gave us a ...
Jeff Elledge
Five days after arrival in Italy without Luggage!! British Airways lost my bag at Heathrow. They finally found it, got it to Rome, and turned it over to a courier more than 72 hours ago. The BA-Lost Luggage number has been disconnected. No one ...
Michael Wilder

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