Compensation I guess. If you cannot provide any evidence that you were on the flight, you are facing an uphill struggle.
I don't think you can claim this, even if you did have all the documentary evidence. In Scotland you can only claim back 5 years. I think you are out of time. You can complain to the airline and the regulator, but that's if.
Unless because thomas cook s an English company and you go via English courts, but I think you have little to absolutely no chance of being successful with this, not least because it's thomas cook, who are renowned for not paying, you need to be sure the delay was in the airlines control and not an extra ordinary event, don't appear have documentation and there is a time issue.
This post was a few minutes early for April Fools Day, but it must be a joke, surely??!!
Five and a half years on, and the OP is looking to dip into the compensation pot?
im not sure it is a joke, but I do think its an exercise in futility....
Why assume she wants compensation? Maybe she's a 'spotter' and just needs the flight number for inclusion in her log!
If she was that keen of a spotter that she wants info back in 2008, she'd have a scanner and would have got the flight number whilst 'spotting'.
Id assume a spotter would know how to get flight numbers and would have kept a record of the flight they were on,,,,maybe she is late to the hobby,,,:-))
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Flight stats showing that tcx194 scheduled for 1215am 26th was cancelled, Margaret.