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Old Nov 6, 19, 3:11 am
Join Date: Jan 2017
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I think it is fairly common that airlines try to wiggle away from paying the EC261 compensations if possible. information would suggest that OR776 landed 19:25, which in my maths is indeed more than 3h past the original scheduled arrival time of 16:10. So, I would at least challenge TUI's calculations and ask for clarification on how they got their timings since there is conflicting information available.

And remember that rather than departure time, the more crucial for EC261 rules is indeed the arrival time, flights in favourable winds and such you may fly faster and arrive closer to the original scheduled time.
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