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Assuming you paid money for the ticket then, yes, you are due a refund. Gagravarr links to the EU rules (EU261) but there's also Air India's Conditions of Carriage [PDF], which states: 6.4 SEATING Carrier does not guarantee to provide any particular seat in the aircraft and the passenger agrees to accept any seat that may be allotted on the flight ...


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As you have a single ticket with all three airlines, then you should be OK for checking your bags through to Canada. But the best bet is to double check with Air India to make sure they have Interline Agreements with Emirates (they should have with Air Canada as both are part of Star Alliance). Assuming the Interline agreements are in place and your bags ...


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Whey protein is made from whey, whey is made from milk, and milk is a dairy product. So, you should tick "Yes" to the customs declaration question which asks about dairy products. Then go through the red channel and show the product to the customs officer. Note that if you tick "No" and you are caught with food products, you can be fined under the Indian ...


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You don't really cover why the first flight was delayed, so hard to say what exactly is required. If due to weather or other aspects out of their control, they are not really required to give you anything. If an airline caused issue, maintenance, late crews, etc, then what they gave you (rooms, food) is the normal provision. You can always write a polite ...


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Luggage Your best bet for information about luggage handling will be to ask the airline you will be checking in with. UK transit visa According to https://www.gov.uk/check-uk-visa: Transiting without a visa You might be eligible for ‘transit without visa’ if: you arrive and depart by air have a confirmed onward flight that leaves on the day you arrive ...



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