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Harbord v Thomas Cook Airlines & Anor




LTL 2/6/06 2007-04-12

A flight that was due to leave from Stansted airport but was altered so that it departed from Manchester 24 hours later amounted to a cancelled flight rather than a delayed flight, therefore a passenger was entitled to claim compensation where no exceptional circumstances existed for the cancellation.