Flights - Domestic and International (USA) - Flight delayed
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US domestic flights
Airlines aren't obliged to pay compensation for delayed domestic flights. If your flight is stuck on the tarmac for an extended period of time, the airline should give you a snack and enough to drink. Airlines should let you off the plane after three hours.
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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