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What to Do if Your Flight Is Canceled or Delayed

The odds of encountering turbulence in your travel plans when you're flying are probably lower than you think: In the first 10 months of 2017, 18.4% of domestic airline flights were delayed on departure, and 1.6% were canceled, according to the Bureau of Transportation Statistics. But when you're the unlucky passenger stranded at the gate with no plane in sight, knowing what your rights are and what airlines

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