offer compensation

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South West Trains says it will only offer compensation on days when there has been "severe disruption" and "no alternative transport", as per its passengers' charter.
Other builders have drawn up similar contracts but have yet to offer compensation.
Emirates reportedly told him the plane was fully booked and did not offer compensation or an apology.
But European Union rules, known as the Denied Boarding Regulation, place a clear duty on carriers to offer compensation for delays.
Atlanta-based Delta said it would offer compensation to customers affected by significant delays or cancellations.
TAP)- Turkey announced it will offer compensation and a monthly income to the families of those killed or injured during last month's failed coup attempt.
Most train companies offer compensation if services are delayed by at least half an hour, but a survey of 7,000 passengers found only a third (34%) of those who may be entitled to a payout actually made a claim.
IT was astonishing to learn that the Quality Contract Scheme board acknowledged the transport scheme proposed by Nexus would offer local people a vastly improved transport system, while at the same time ruling it out on the grounds it did not offer compensation to the private operators of the bus routes, with a figure of over PS200m mentioned.
The survey indicated that effective ministries offer compensation and benefits competitive with the market, in line with other local nonprofit ministries.
The state-controlled firm is facing fines of up to EUR20m and could have to offer compensation to customers worth about EUR35m.
He claimed that government would offer compensation to every affected family.
The watchdog's executive director Richard Lloyd said: "We want to see O2 offer compensation to all customers who have been hugely inconvenienced by this service blackout and have been paying for a service they cannot use.