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No, if they are booked separately, it is your sole responsibility to be there in time for the check-in and boarding deadlines of the second flight. If you miss it, you'll either have to change the booking (before the check-in deadline, usually, though it may depend on the fare, and possibly with penalties/fees and a fare difference), or book and pay for a ...


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While the letter of EC261/2004 doesn't require compensation for delayed flights, the EUCJ found in 2009 ruled that passengers delayed for three hours or more may also receive compensation. However, they also ruled that since a 3–4 hour delay of the original flight was the same, as far as the passengers' time was concerned, as a 3–4 hour delay due to re-...


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