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Claim Back Fuel Charges of BA or Virgin

rmehta Avatar
6y, 11m agoPosted 6 years, 11 months ago
https://www.airpassengerrefund.co.uk/Default.aspx

WELCOME TO THE INFORMATION SITE FOR THE BRITISH AIRWAYS AND VIRGIN ATLANTIC AIR PASSENGER REFUND SETTLEMENT
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IF YOU BOUGHT A TICKET ON BRITISH AIRWAYS OR VIRGIN ATLANTIC AIRWAYS IN THE U.S. OR IN THE U.K. BETWEEN 11 AUGUST 2004 AND 23 MARCH 2006, YOU MAY BE ENTITLED TO A PARTIAL REFUND OF THE FUEL SURCHARGE.

The refund applies to tickets on long-haul flights. The purchase must have been made in the United States or in the United Kingdom. Long-haul flights include all Virgin Atlantic flights and most British Airways flights between the U.K. and non-E.U. destinations, including flights to and from the United States. A complete list of qualifying flights on British Airways can be found by clicking the tab to the left entitled Important Documents and clicking the List of Qualifying Long-Haul British Airways Flights. All Flights on Virgin Atlantic qualify as long-haul flights.

Background
A proposed Settlement has been reached in a class action about fuel surcharges paid by passengers of British Airways Plc (BA) and Virgin Atlantic Airways, Ltd. (Virgin Atlantic). The lawsuit claims that BA and Virgin Atlantic unlawfully conspired to fix prices of fuel surcharges imposed on long-haul passenger fares. Long-haul flights include most flights between the U.K. and non-E.U. destinations, including flights to and from the United States. All flights on Virgin Atlantic qualify as long-haul.
The two companies being sued are BA and Virgin Atlantic. The Settlement resolves the claims of United Kingdom Classes and United States Classes. In the U.K., it requires the companies to refund up to £73,531,076 to members of the U.K. Settlement Classes who submit valid claim forms. In the U.K., BA and Virgin Atlantic will keep refunds that are unclaimed. In the U.S., it requires the companies to refund up to $59,007,273 to U.S. Class Members who submit valid claim forms. In the U.S., unclaimed funds will be donated to a charity, Miracle Flights for Kids.
Claiming a refund is straightforward, and there is no cost to you. You may file a claim online by clicking the Submit Your Claim Online tab to the left. If you have any questions, please review the questions and answers provided in the Frequently Asked Questions section of this website.
This is the official Settlement Site operated by the Settlement Administrator. All claims will be handled by the Settlement Administrator. Please do not contact the airlines directly about this Settlement. All questions should be directed to the Settlement Administrator in one of the following ways:
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6y, 11m agoPosted 6 years, 11 months ago
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banned#1
Welcome to HUKD :-D
#2
Interesting first post welcome to HUKD:thumbsup:
#3
Nice one Thanks
banned#4
Thanks Sir Richard
#5
I flew with BA in Nov 2005 to phoenix AZ, i recevied a letter saying i might get a £10-£15 refund for the fuel charge thing, so i rang them and they said i need proof that i actaully flew with them, how the hell am i suppose to prove that :? Surely they have a record of all passenger that flew with them. Anyway i cant b assed to pay natwest £5 for a historic bank statement and go thru the hassle of receiving £10 :x
#6
Thanks for welcome

As per Claim form we need to fill any of below Option,
I opted for Option1
Provide passenger name:
date of departure: You can find from passport
origin and destination city: Mostly it will be LHR to your destination

SECTION B. REQUIRED PASSENGER AND FLIGHT INFORMATION


You must complete ONLY ONE of the following options in order to receive a refund. Please choose the option which is most convenient.

Option 1: Provide passenger name, date of departure, origin and destination city or flight number for each flight for which you are making a claim
Option 2: Provide your British Airways or Virgin Atlantic Frequent Flyer Number
Option 3: Provide passport number (this Option available to British Airways Passengers only)
Option 4: Provide passenger name and ticket number
Option 5: Upload a spreadsheet containing details. This option allows Individuals submitting information for multiple flights and Corporate Deal customers to submit passenger and flight information in a Microsoft Excel® template. The template is available here.

NOTE: You must provide the requested information for each flight on which you are making a claim, e.g., if you made one round (return) trip, please provide the information for both flights on the trip. Remember that only tickets purchased between 11 August 2004 and 23 March 2006 are eligible under the terms of the Settlement. If you need to provide information on more than 40 flights, please use Option 5 instead. Click here to view a list of Airport Codes.

AirlinePassenger Name*Departure Date Depart / Dest City -OR- Flight #

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