Avoid delays and cancellations by booking nonstop flights or early flights with fewer chances of problems.
Don’t wait for the airline to fix your situation. Call, use the app, or go to the counter to find alternative options as soon as possible.
Depending on the reason for the cancellation, you may be entitled to compensation, refunds, or rebooking. Check the airline’s policy and your travel insurance coverage.
Sometimes, the best option is to change your destination, travel dates, or mode of transportation.
Getting angry or rude won’t help you get a better solution. Be courteous and respectful to the airline staff and other passengers. They are trying to help you.
Prepare for the unexpected by packing essentials in your carry-on bag. Include items such as medication, toiletries, snacks, chargers, and entertainment.
Make use of the airport facilities and services to make your wait more comfortable. Look for lounges, restaurants, shops, Wi-Fi, and charging stations.
Inform your family, friends, hotel, car rental, or tour operator about your situation and updated itinerary.
Always have a contingency plan in case things go wrong. Have a list of alternative flights, hotels, or activities that you can book or cancel if needed.
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If you are eligible for compensation, don’t forget to claim it from the airline or your travel insurance provider. Keep your receipts and documents as proof.
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