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If the strike was caused by airline personnel, you can claim compensation according to EC261 rules (https://www.hilldickinson.com/insights/articles/ecj-rules-compensation-payable-sudden-airline-strikes-causing-delaycancellation, http://curia.europa.eu/juris/document/document.jsf?text=&docid=201149&pageIndex=0&doclang=en&mode=lst&dir=&...


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It turns out this question is actually addressed in Sturgeon v. Condor, the case cited in the aforementioned answer: It is important to point out that the compensation payable to a passenger under Article 7(1) of Regulation No 261/2004 may be reduced by 50% if the conditions laid down in Article 7(2) of the regulation are met. Even though the latter ...


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TL;DR: In principle, costs for a hotel are not part of the compensation and have to be reimbursed separately. However, according to EC 261, the airline does not have to pay for a hotel at the destination after arrival. You may be due reimbursement according to Norwegian law or the Montreal Convention, though. Your question, in my eyes, is two-fold. Firstly,...


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