Your flight has been delayed. Or worse, cancelled. What now?

Dealing with flight disruptionA disruption to your flight can pose a host of inconveniences, and whilst it often can’t be avoided, there are steps you can take to ensure you get the best possible care and don’t miss out on any claims you might be entitled to.

Countless EU air passengers today are likely to be unaware of the rights they can
exercise as a result of disrupted travel, and might not know about their entitlements during the process. This helpful guide to coping with flight disruption by Sainsbury’s Bank could offer some clarity if you find yourself held up or even stranded at the airport; it goes into detail about the circumstances under which you could be claiming back from your airline, or be made more comfortable by your airport.

Did you know, for example, that a delay of more than 3 hours could allow you compensation from your airline? And that if you’ve been forced to wait overnight, you’ll also receive accommodation and meals?

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