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Compensation Expectations for an BA1383 Flight Delay

Any journey from Manchester (MAN) Airport to London (LHR) Airport can be stressful. Add a delay of flight BA 1383, resulting in a missed British Airways or other airline connection, and things get worse. If an BA1383 delay occurs, you may have options to claim flight delay compensation. This right requiring British Airways to compensate you is dictated by the EU 261/2004 regulation and applies as long as you land at London Heathrow Airport (LHR) Airport at least 3 hours behind schedule.

To start the process, use the AirAdvisor BA 1383 free flight checker to see if your London Heathrow Airport late arrival qualifies. Then contact us to start your British Airways compensation claim.


Getting Compensation for an Unexpected BA 1383 Flight Cancellation

When your flight starting from MAN and going to LHR is outright cancelled, what recourse do you have with British Airways? Depending on a few factors, this BA 1383 cancellation may entitle you to 250€ in disruption compensation.

British Airways likely won’t be in a rush to issue this cancelled BA1383 compensation, which is why AirAdvisor helps passengers just like you. You’ll have a better chance when you’re stranded at Manchester Airport using us than if you go it alone.

Submit an British Airways claim for a delayed flight from Manchester Airport

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Your Right to Claim a Refund When There is a Flight BA1383 Cancellation

Any airline, including British Airways, is legally obliged to provide a flight BA 1383 refund for your Manchester to London journey if the flight is cancelled. You can also submit an British Airways compensation claim for additional costs you have to pay while stranded in Manchester. This includes expenses directly connected with the BA1383 cancellation, like a Manchester Airport hotel stay.


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General Information About British Airways

British Airways, commonly known simply as BA, has the impressive title of national airline/flag carrier of the United Kingdom and began operations in 1974. They now transport upwards of 40 million commuters and vacationers annually to hundreds of different airports in cities worldwide. With their fleet of highly advanced aircraft, they strive to provide consistently safe and efficient air travel for all their customers.

Important Info on Manchester Airport (MAN)

As a major hub for international travel, Manchester Airport is one of the UK's most impressive air transport facilities. Located in Ringway, just 13.9 km (8.6 mi) from the city centre, it offers access to a network of over 110 destinations in 42 countries. With 29.4 million passengers passing through its doors in 2019, it is a force to be reckoned with on the global aviation scene, ranking 13th overall for total destinations served. The airport is home to three passenger terminals, as well as a cargo terminal, and boasts two full-length runways to accommodate its wide range of flight offerings. Handling over 50,000 tonnes of cargo every year, it is served by over 30 airlines and offers an extensive range of long haul routes. It's no wonder that Manchester Airport is considered one of the top travel destinations in the UK.

Heathrow Airport: An Introduction

Heathrow Airport, conveniently located on the west side of London, is renowned as one of the country's most significant (and busiest) air hubs. Excelling in passenger experience, this airport serves between 70 and 80 million customers annually, connecting them to well over 200 international destinations. The airport's impressive facilities and exceptional services cater to the diverse needs of its passengers for a seamless and positive travel experience. As a leading global gateway, Heathrow Airport consistently invests in technological advancements and infrastructure improvements to maintain its competitive edge. By prioritizing sustainability, safety, and operational efficiency, Heathrow has solidified its reputation as a key player in the international travel industry.


BA1383 from Manchester Airport to London Heathrow Airport Flight Compensation: Questions and Simple Answers


My British Airways journey to London Heathrow Airport (LHR) from Manchester was delayed; what should I do?

When you land in London, ask British Airways exactly why flight BA 1383 was delayed. Next, you should submit a risk-free compensation claim using AirAdvisor. We’ve successfully helped many passengers claim with British Airways for flight BA1383 disruptions. There’s no fee unless the BA 1383 claim outcome is positive.


What compensation can I claim from British Airways when BA1383 has a 2-hour delay?

With a two-hour delay on BA1383, British Airways is not required to offer any compensation. Only if your flight from Manchester (MAN) Airport to London is cancelled entirely would you be eligible for 250€ as per EU Regulation 261.


What compensation can I expect if my British Airways BA 1383 flight is delayed for 3 hours or more?

As per the EU Regulation 261, your BA1383 delay might qualify for compensation of 250€. Remember that the 3-hour delay is determined based on when you land in London, not when you take off from Manchester Airport.


What other ways is flight BA 1383 referenced?

Flight BA 1383 can also be written as BA1383, BAW 1383, and lastly, BAW1383.