Centre for Effective Dispute Resolution
- Created: Wednesday, 08 February 2017 11:17
I received some good news today from a passenger who submitted a claim via the Centre for Effective Dispute Resolution after British Airways incorrecly stopped her boarding her flight.
The passenger was able to complete the first leg of her journey on an alternative airline but was let down yet again on the return journey as British Airways had classed their initial failure as a "No Show" and cancelled her return flight.
After many months of struggle, the CEDR Airline Adjudicator has finally found in my favour. BA did an about turn and did not defend its indefensible behaviour. The outcome is well worth the extra effort.BA Passenger
The Centre for Effective Dispute Resolution independently resolves disputes between passengers and subscribing airlines including British Airways (since June 2016).
Successful claims are free. Unsuccessful claimants are charged £25 presumably to minimise frivolous claims.
I'd love to hear about other success stories whether passengers used the CEDR or not.