no boarding pass
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Hi. I'm currently trying to claim for a delayed flight via email and I'm at the point where they require the claim in writing. On the email it states that they want boarding pass, booking confirmation, booking reference and flight number, and without all of the information required they will be unable to consider my correspondence. I only have the flight number and departure and arrival info, what chance do I stand without the rest? I know somebody with the same info as me (same flight in fact) got their compensation, could I use them as some sort of persuasion if they don't pay? Thanks.
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That's all you need, They know if you were on the plane or not and if they are going to make it difficult for you and take it to court they will look foolish,
from the CAA website
How do I write this? How shall I word it? I've found templates but they all seem to be for credit cards.
Anybody know how I can do this?
So they don't actually need boarding pass and booking confirmation? My parents were on the same flight and they recently got their compensation. They got the same reply as me and sent off £10 and the SAR, they just haven't kept any correspondence for me to copy.
This looks like a NBA template? There's also amounts to put in myself, I don't know how much to put in... I started this through resolver and thought they were going to handle it all but I often get things wrong especially with internet and technology.
You need to go DIY, especially as relatives have already succeeded. You are being fobbed off, they are procrastinating to put you off.
SAR becomes fee free later this year, but not sure of the date.
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