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Most of us are familiar with flight etiquette, or, at the very least, aware that such exists. Certain types of behaviours are frowned upon and some might even get you taken out of the plane prior to departure. However, in some cases you might be bumped off your flight even if you’ve done nothing wrong – it’s simply airline’s policy. ...continue reading "Reasons why your airline might bump you off your flight"

Travelling first-class is certainly an experience worth having. The price of the ticket, however, might not be so appealing – unless you know these simple tricks that can help you get bumped to first-class for free. ...continue reading "Get bumped to first class with these simple tips"

Losing your luggage can be a nightmare. Even though airlines do everything in their power to ensure your luggage reaches your destination, mistakes happen and every day, hundreds of passengers are left to deal with this same issue. The US Department of Transportation has issued some regulations to give you an idea about what you should do if you realize your luggage hasn’t reached your destination but the policies still vary between airlines. Here’s what you can do if you’ve arrived somewhere but your luggage hasn’t: ...continue reading "Lost luggage? Keep your cool with these tips"

If your flight was delayed by more than 3 hours, you are entitled by EU law (Regulation 261/2004) to claim from the airline depending on the distance of your flight. In the case of flights over 3,500km (outside the EU), the airline is eligible to apply a 50% flat reduction on compensation awarded if the delay was between 3 and 4 hours, if the delay was greater than 4 hours they will be liable to pay the full €600. ...continue reading "Flight Delays – European Flight Compensation"