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Did you suffer a flight delay with Thomas Cook? Did your Thomas Cook flight arrive late at your destination? If you arrived with a delay of more than three hours, you may be entitled to compensation. Eager to know whether you have a right to compensation due to loss of time? Check if your Thomas Cook flight is displayed on our problem flight list below.

Claiming compensation for a delayed Thomas Cook flight?

With Thomas Cook It regularly happens that flights arrive at their destinations with delays. That’s why Regulation 261/2004 was introduced and has been in effect since 2005. This Regulation establishes your rights as an airline passenger. In order to be entitled to claim compensation for a delayed flight, the following criteria must apply:

Thomas Cook is a European airline company, so if your flight suffers a delay exceeding three hours and there are no extraordinary circumstances, you are entitled to compensation which can go up to €600 (£532*) per person.

Example: Your flight with Thomas Cook from London Gatwick to Ibiza suffers a delay of 8 hours. No extraordinary circumstances apply. You are entitled to a compensation of €400 (£354*) per person.

Thomas Cook delays

Unfortunately Thomas Cook flights can be affected by long delays. The holiday carrier is known for its holiday flights to various European and some transatlantic destinations. Passengers often book package holidays with Thomas Cook.

Amount of compensation

The amount of compensation you are entitled to when delayed is determined by flight distance:

Amount of compensation

Flight destinations within the EU

Flight destinations outside the EU

With a flight distance of 3,500 km or more and a delay of between three and four hours, you are entitled to 50% of the compensation amount.

*Compensation calculated July '18 rate of £1: €1,13 and rounded to the nearest £1.

Recently delayed Thomas Cook flights

Thomas Cook is one of the largest holiday carriers in the UK. Every year millions of British holiday makers choose to fly with Thomas Cook to their holiday destination. Sometimes these flights suffer delays. EUclaim reviews over 13 million flights every day combining them with current weather reports and socio-political data to establish the most accurate information for each individual flight. We assess this information carefully and present it as evidence in court if necessary.

June 2018 Thomas Cook delays

21 June Thomas Cook flight delays

British holiday makers flying with Thomas Cook on 21 June suffered some lengtly flight delays. Regulation 261/2004 establishes passengerrights and the right to compensation for arrival delays exceeding three hours. These flights of 21 June qualify for compensation:

MT1356 from Manchester to Alicante 5,5 hours delayed.

MT560 from London Gatwick to Dalaman more than 4 hours delayed.

MT1357 from Alicante to Manchester almost 6 hours delayed.

MT1498 from Manchester to Arrecife 5,5 hours delayed.

MT561 from Dalaman to London Gatwick 3,5 hours delayed.

MT1499 from Arrecife to Manchester more than 5 hours delayed.


Delayed flights of June 18

Quite a few passengers flying with Thomas Cook to various holiday destinations suffered longtime delays. The flight from Cyprus to Manchester marked a delay of almost 15(!) hours. Passengers of these flights are entitled to compensation varying between €400 and €600 per person.

MT1477 from Larnaca Cyprus to Manchester almost 15 hours delayed.

MT1725 from Kos to Manchester seven hours delayed.

MT108 from Manchester to Dalaman over six hours delayed.

MT1544 from Manchester to Fuerteventura over 10 hours delayed.

MT1545 from Fuerteventura to Manchester over 10 hours delayed.

MT2960 from Glasgow to Las Vegas over 4 hours delayed.

MT173 from Dalaman to London Luton over six hours delayed.

Thomas Cook flight delays on June 19 

Flight delays on June 19 were not as long as the flight delays on June 18. However, the following flights still arrived with a delay exceeding three hours. Passengers are entitled to compensation for these delays.

MT109 from Dalaman to Manchester over 5 hours delayed.

MT1738 from Newcastle to Tenerife almost 4 hours delayed.

MT1739 from Tenerife to Newcastle over 3 hours delayed.

MT1285 from Tenerife to London Stansted almost 2,5 hours delayed.

Passengers flying with Thomas Cook from Manchester to Antalya on 16 June were faced with a 18,5(!) hour flight delay. Passengers of MT354 are entitled to €400 in compensation. Other flight delays on June 16 were MT2612 from Glasgow to Cancun, being delayed more than 8 hours. MT2613 from Cancun back to Glasgow was delayed for almost 7 hours. Passengers are entitled to €600 in compensation.

Recently delayed flights

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