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.

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Your Stories

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
I booked two business class return tickets from Costa Rica where we live to London Gatwick via a call to the UK and using a UK credit card for a sterling transaction. They added 120 pounds foreign transaction fee and refused to change it. We will ...
Ivy Penman
Took BA16 from Singapore to London Healthrow, I have this habit of thanking the crew if they were not busy and standing along the aisle.Said thank you and good bye to 2 crew on the way out but at the door, i noticed two white stewards who were ...
Asian Passenger
I flew from Newark to Paris on Dec 7th 2012.   Of course, the first flight was cancelled and the second one delayed but that is not what this is about.   When I got back and went to get reimbursed I discovered that my "travel information" did ...
John Thomas
Our holiday of a lifetime from Australia to the UK in 2007 was spoiled by abysmal British Airways "customer service". We booked through Qantas and didn't really want to fly BA but they operate a code share service where we flew Qantas to Singapore ...
Neil Robertson
Three years ago we were forced into a downgrade from First to Business on a trip from Phoenix to LHR. Once again, this week on an AA code share from LHR to PHL we were again forced into a downgraded from First to Business. Trying to get a refund of ...
Joe Furlong
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 have never encountered such atrocious customer service. The Civil Avation Authority could not help me, because they have no legal power themselves over BA. So, take your claim to the County Court (a small fee), or contact CEDR. BA are currently ...
Derek B Scott
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
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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