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Claiming Compensation for BA 1459 Flight Delay 

If your British Airways BA 1459 flight from Edinburgh Airport (EDI) to London Heathrow Airport (LHR) is delayed, you may be eligible for flight delay compensation.

British Airways is required by Regulation EU EC261/ 2004 to provide indemnification if the flight delay upon arrival in London is longer than 3 hours.

If you took British Airways flight BA 1459 and want to know if you are entitled to compensation, the AirAdvisor team can assist you. We can help you determine if you meet the criteria for compensation from British Airways by using our effective tool: the free flight checker for flight BA1459.


What Compensation to Expect for BA 1459 Flight Cancellation

If British Airways cancels your BA 1459 flight from Edinburgh Airport to London Heathrow Airport and you meet the specific eligibility criteria, you may be eligible for compensation of 250€.

Many clients have informed us that when they try to handle it themselves, British Airways denies their requests for flight cancellation compensation. You can avoid this unpleasant situation if you file a claim with AirAdvisor and we will make sure you will get the compensation you deserve depending on the specifications of your flight.

 Compensation claim for British Airways's delayed arrival at London Heathrow Airport

What You Should Know About Your Passenger Rights and Compensation in the Event of a Flight Disruption 

 British Airways flight BA1459, delay or cancellation know what to do

Passengers on the canceled Flight BA 1459 may request a refund

If your flight BA 1459 is cancelled, British Airways must honor your request for a refund of a Edinburgh to London ticket and compensate you for any other expenses that were a direct result of the disruption (such as a night accommodation in Edinburgh).

More information about flight BA1459 refund.


Map of the Edinburgh to London route taken by British Airways's BA1459 flight

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British Airways at a Glance

British Airways (BA) is the flag carrier of the United Kingdom and has been providing flight service for over 100 years since its founding in 1919. With its headquarters located in London, England near Heathrow Airport, it is the second-largest UK-based carrier with a fleet size of 257. BA flies to more than 180 destinations and has around 30,000 committed employees. Additionally, it serves around 25 million cups of tea each year, showcasing its dedication to going above and beyond for its customers. As a leading airline in the aviation industry, British Airways continues to offer reliable and efficient service.

Edinburgh Airport - A Description

As the busiest airport in Scotland and the sixth-busiest in the UK, Edinburgh Airport (EDI) plays a vital role in connecting Scotland to the rest of the world. Since its opening in 1977, EDI has grown both in terms of passenger flow and aircraft movements. In 2022, the airport saw over 11 million passengers and 93,004 aircraft movements. EDI is owned and operated by Global Infrastructure Partners and employs about 2,500 people. With one runway and one passenger terminal, the airport is conveniently located in the city of Edinburgh, making it easily accessible for travelers.

London Heathrow: A Snapshot

London Heathrow Airport is among Europe’s busiest and largest airports. It first opened in 1946, and since then, it has expanded to encompass four terminals and host 89 different international airlines. In 2019 alone, London Heathrow handled an astonishing 80 million travellers, flying to top destinations like New York City, Dubai, Dublin, and Madrid. In total, passengers can fly to 214 exciting destinations across multiple continents, including Oceania. As an essential part of Britain’s transportation network, Heathrow is only 15 miles west of London’s centre and is a convenient hub for all-star airlines Virgin Atlantic and British Airways.


Compensation Queries on the British Airways BA 1459 Edinburgh-London Flight


In the event of a delay of flight BA 1459 from Edinburgh to London, what steps should be taken?

Request information about the cause of the delay from British Airways and submit a claim for compensation risk-free. Even when dealing with British Airways, our knowledgeable team can assist you in advocating for your claim. We operate on a No-Win, No-Fee basis, so you have nothing to lose.


If my flight BA 1459 arrived at London Airport 2 hours late, am I eligible for compensation?

Unfortunately, delays of less than 3 hours for flight BA 1459 are not compensable under EU Regulation 261 / 2004. If, on the other hand, your flight is cancelled or took longer than 3 hours on arrival, you may be eligible for compensation in this case of flight delay of up to 250€.


How much compensation I can get for the delay of my flight BA 1459?

If you experience a delay of 3 hours or more arriving at London, you can claim compensation in case of flight delay of up to 250€, under EU Regulation 261.


Can the flight BA1459 be referred to by a different name?

British Airways flight BA1459 has several identifiers, including BA1459, BAW1459, BA 1459, and BAW 1459.