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How do you get compensation for this specific delayed flight? You don't because you're not eligible, and Easyjet is correct. Looking at your link, the scheduled landing was 2035, with the actual landing 2354, a delay of 3 hours and 19 minutes. BUT the scheduled gate arrival was 2055, with the actual gate arrival of 2354: a delay of 2 hours and 59 minutes. ...


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Expect delay and potential schedule changes. Carefully monitor the airline's website, notifications and flight status. This may all just work as planned but there is a chance of disruption so it's important to stay closely in the loop. A colleague of mine is currently stranded in Japan: they were supposed to return today but didn't get a new return flight ...


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Under EC261, there are two different things an airline may owe you: Care and assistance. This is something that they can't get out of unless there are really very, very special circumstances (think a volcano erupts). This includes meals, hotels (and associated transfers) if there's an overnight stay, communication... They should have provided an hotel room ...


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In principle yes, you should be due some form of compensation by Air India for a 30-hour delay. Indeed, their conditions of carriage state: Article 11 - REFUNDS 11.1 GENERAL On failure by Carrier to provide carriage in accordance with the Contract of carriage, or where the passenger requests a voluntary change of his or her arrangements, refund ...


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In my complaints to the The Norwegian Travel Complaint Handling Body, and the EU Online Disputes Resolution, how should I most effectively argue against this logic? I don't see that any logic has been presented. Their letter can be boiled down to two things: (1) The departure was allegedly due to exceptional circumstances. (2) There was a court case that ...


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