My flight got canceled due to bad weather.
Essentially the plane that was supposed to do the flight was not able to land and was diverted to another airport.
As a result, my flight got canceled and I was booked the next day. Other persons got booked the same day, in a later flight from a nearby airport (the one where the airplane landed), but that was not the case for me.
I am aware these compensations can be denied if the reason for cancelation is not the airline's responsibility.
I always find this a bit vague though. As an example, I don't think all the efforts were made to transport us. It was clear that the airplane that was forced to land in a nearby airport continued to serve other scheduled flights. We could have been transported to this airport (50km away) and take this plane as planned (although with a delay).
I would like to better understand what the airline responsibility under this circumstances is.
It's important to mention this happened in the EU.