Flights - Domestic and International (Canada) - Flight delayed
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Canadian domestic flights
- If it looks like your flight will be delayed, the airline should make an effort to keep you informed.
- Every airline has to set out your rights in their rules (which should be readily available).
- In the event of a delay, most airlines will try and reschedule you onto a different flight or offer you a refund (depending on the airline).
- For longer delays, airlines may offer meal vouchers, accommodation or discounted rates for both.
- Depending on the airline, you may be due some compensation if your flight is delayed.
- Check your airline's terms and conditions for details. Most airlines should at least try and arrange alternative transportation.
- You may also be able to claim a reimbursement of your expenses if you have to pay for a hotel room or meal because of a delayed flight.
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