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I don't think there are any regulations that help you here. US law has no compensation requirements for delays. If you had actually chosen not to travel at all, or to rebook on your own with another airline, you would have been eligible for a full refund of what you originally paid (but not for any reimbursement of additional costs incurred). But since you ...


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Officially, you are due nothing. Although the European Union does have regulations covering compensation in such situations (EU261), these do NOT apply to a US airline for a flight that is not departing from the EU - even if the destination is an EU country. The US does not have regulations covering compensation in cases such as this. Delta would have ...


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