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A Delayed BA1404 Flight: Reimbursement

Flight disruptions at either LHR or MAN Airport are never fun. In cases when your BA 1404 journey is delayed arriving in Manchester, Germany, by more than 3 hours, British Airways has a legal obligation, based on the EU261/2004 Regulation, to provide remuneration. You do this for flight BA1404 by filing a compensation claim for a delayed flight with the airline.

If you are unclear about how to get flight delay compensation for BA1404, AirAdvisor has you covered. First, consult our free BA1404 flight checker to start the process. Let us help you deal with the British Airways red tape to increase the odds of a favourable BA 1404 delay claim outcome.


Compensation Qualification for an BA 1404 Flight Cancellation

Flight cancellations definitely impact your travel plans to Manchester. But if you’re stranded at London Heathrow Airport and unable to land at Manchester Airport, don’t panic. It’s possible to claim up to 250€ for the disruption from British Airways to soften the blow. Although there are certain stipulations to this flight BA1404 payout, AirAdvisor makes it easy to sort through the British Airways cancellation claim process. We can answer all the questions you have relating to how to submit an BA 1404 cancellation claim.

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Reimbursement for British Airways BA1404: Passenger’s Rights and Process Summary

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British Airways Flight BA1404 is Cancelled: Passengers’ Right to Claim a Refund

In short, British Airways must cover the cost of your cancelled flight from London Airport (LHR) to Manchester Airport (MAN). This is done as an BA1404 flight refund, and British Airways is also mandated to cover any supplementary costs, like a hotel stay at London Heathrow Airport, that you experience as a direct result of the BA1404 cancellation.


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Introducing British Airways

British Airways (BA) is a renowned airline that has been serving the skies for over 100 years since its establishment in 1919. As the national flag carrier of the United Kingdom, BA is headquartered in London, England, close to Heathrow Airport. With a fleet size of 257 aircraft and destinations covering 183 cities worldwide, they are the second-largest UK-based carrier in terms of fleet size and passengers carried. BA is a member of the Oneworld airline alliance and has an army of over 30,000 dedicated employees. They operate one of the largest fleets in the world and are committed to delivering world-class services to their customers.

Heathrow Airport: Quick Overview

London Heathrow began operations in May 1946 and has since blossomed into the second-busiest airport in Europe. Handling up to 81 million air travellers every year, Heathrow helps them reach both near and far destinations from Europe and the Americas to Asia, Africa, and Australia. The 89 airlines that fly via Heathrow combine to open up a staggering 214 different destinations to travellers. Terminal 1 closed in 2015, leaving Heathrow with four terminals left, numbers 2 through 5. In terms of services, Heathrow has an enviable selection of shopping, dining, and entertainment options, which also make the airport popular with passengers.

Introducing Manchester's Main Airport

Manchester Airport (MAN) is an impressive international airport located in Ringway, Manchester, England. Originally known as Ringway Airport, it officially opened on 25 June 1938 and has since become an important hub for travel. The airport is situated 13.9 km; 8.6 mi south-west of Manchester city centre, which makes it easily accessible for travelers. It comprises three passenger terminals and a cargo terminal, which together handle an impressive volume of passengers. In 2019, Manchester Airport was the third busiest airport in the United Kingdom in terms of passenger numbers and the busiest of those not serving London. The airport operates two runways over 3,280 yd (2,999 m) in length and covers an area of 560 hectares (1,400 acres). It currently has flights to 199 destinations, making it 13th globally for total destinations served. Recently, the airport handled a record 27.8 million passengers in 2017. Manchester Airport is an impressive feat of modern travel engineering, and for both business and leisure travel, it is a destination of choice.


Answers to Common Questions Regarding Interruptions to Flight BA1404 from London Heathrow Airport to Manchester Airport


Always check with the British Airways staff on the ground what the specific reason was for the BA1404 delay. Next, you can submit your compensation claim with us totally risk-free.


My flight delay from London to Manchester with British Airways was 2 hours. Can I get any compensation?

Since flight BA1404 didn’t incur the minimum 3-hour delay, in this case, you wouldn’t qualify for any compensation from British Airways.


How much money can I get when my BA 1404 flight is delayed arriving at Manchester Airport?

Remember that the minimum delay required on flight BA1404 is 3 hours. Provided this is the case, the UE 261 Regulation says that British Airways must pay you 250€, assuming the reason for the delay qualifies.


How else should I expect to see my British Airways flight BA 1404 referenced?

Typically, this flight from London Heathrow Airport to Manchester Airport / Franz Josef Strauß Airport is referenced as BA 1404 or BA1404. You can also see it as BAW1404 and BAW 1404.