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This is How Much You’re Entitled To If Your Flight is Delayed

It may come as a surprise, but Canadian airlines and travel companies are not required to compensate you if your flight is delayed. That’s right: there is no government legislation that protects you. Global News recently looked into the issue and discovered that our major carriers do compensate passengers for delays. Their policies are spelled out in the airline’s ‘Contract of Carriage’, which you’ll find on their website. If you feel you’ve been unfairly treated, you can lodge a complaint with the Canadian Transportation Agency, but only after you deal with the airline. If your flight is delayed, here’s what you can expect: LINK: LINK: https://services.otc-cta.gc.ca/eng/air-complaints-we-handle#a1



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