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Unfortunately, there is no definitive list of the reasons for delay of every flight. As you mentioned, the airline probably won't give out any information to avoid the possibility of paying the compensation. You might be able to find out some supplemental information from a third party, though. By using FlightAware or one of several similar flight tracking ...


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The policies for price drops vary dramatically depending on the airline and when you purchased your ticket. For most US airlines, if the price drop occurs within 24 hours of you booking, you can generally just cancel your original booking and rebook at the lower price - but that's not he situation here so that doesn't help you. Beyond 24 hours, some ...


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Translation of the German Allgemeine Beförderungsbedingungen (using DeepL, emphasis mine): Cable cars § 8 Exemption from the obligation to carry Events of force majeure such as weather conditions, strikes, lock-outs, operational disruptions or unforeseeable circumstances which may impair the safety of the transport operation shall postpone the ...


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Is there any way (or trick) where I can take advantage of this price even though I've already bought the ticket? Typically not, but that depends a lot on the details and fare rules of your original ticket. If it's a fully refundable ticket (unlikely) you can return for cash. If it's a flex ticket you may be able to shift the date (back and forth). have ...


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If you can't reliably determine the cause, but think you were denied unfairly, you should contact EU mobility and transport, or contact your country's Consumer Centre.


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