Sept. 26, 2019, Washington, DC – Kotchen & Low LLP is investigating potential overcharges of Air Passenger Duty on flights from the U.K. for children under 16. Although the duty expired March 1, 2016, some people have been charged since then. If you live in the United States, purchased a flight from the U.K. after March 1, 2016, and were charged Air Passenger Duty for a child under 16, you may be entitled to compensation, and we would like to talk with you about your experience.
Kotchen & Low is also investigating American Airlines’ practice of cancelling subsequent flight segments of multi-leg international trips if passengers miss one leg of their trips. This may be a breach of American’s written contract with its passengers. If you purchased an American flight less than four years ago but before January 1, 2017, missed a leg of your international trip, and had your remaining flights cancelled, we would like to hear your story.
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