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As a legal responsibilty issue, you will likely find that an aircraft fire would be considered an extraordinary circumstance for all flights using the airport at that time, thus relieving the airlines of compensatory requirements. Even if it ultimately is traced to a maintenance issue, it doesn't fall under the same compensation rules as a delay caused by a ...


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All of this is spelled out in the legal notices of the carrier. See http://www.turkishairlines.com/en-no/travel-information/legal-notice and specifically http://www.turkishairlines.com/en-no/travel-information/legal-notice/general-conditions-of-carriage-passenger-and-baggage/schedules-cancellation-of-flight Typically the carrier will get you there one way ...


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To add to Kate's answer, if you booked through an IATA accredited (and/or similar national trade body) travel agent they may be able to arrange accommodation or alternate flights at no extra cost to you, as part of the "guarantee" that comes with your package. They might even be able to compensate you for lost time at work, though I think this is unlikely. ...


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This is why it's a great idea to buy travel insurance (they sell some that doesn't include a medical component.) I have a trip happening where the airline has moved one flight by 48 hours. By objecting I was able to get it to just 24 hours moved, and my travel insurance is covering the extra night's stay at the hotel I was supposed to be leaving that day, as ...


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As Tom already explained, this is common and you are not generally entitled to anything else than a possibility to reschedule/cancel the flight. But you would in fact be entitled to extra monetary compensation under EU passenger rights rules if the flight had been cancelled less than two weeks before departure. Rescheduling in April for June, they don't ...


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All flights are subject to schedule changes and yes sometimes it can be by as much as 48 or more hours and yes it is totally legal. You usually have three choices: 1) you can accept the new flight schedule; 2) you can ask them to reschedule you on another flight without fee; 3) you can cancel and get a full refund. But these options come with a time limit, ...


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It's up to you, not the airline, to have a valid visa for any countries you may be visiting. You've not clarified which countries the missing visa is for, but a responsibility the airline DOES have is to ensure you have completed the required visa acquisition for any countries that they fly you to. As a result, if your missing visa is one of these, ...



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