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TL;DR You won't get compensation in this particular case. But the airline still has to get you home and care for you. You are not entitled to compensation if the cancellation is cause by "extraordinary circumstances", and bad weather is one of that circumstances. And it is generally enough that the weather (which is outside the airline's control) caused ...


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TL, DR: Yes, it is (your fault). If you check your booking (or the airlines website), it will typically state the advance time you need to be at the airport. Whenever I checked, it said 3 hours for international flight, and 2 hours for national flights (but your airline might differ, check it). Most people ignore that, and arrive a lot later, and most of ...


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