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Old Apr 13, 17, 5:55 am   #76
  
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I'm a little unsure if it really is an 'inconvenience courtesy' since I'm a US citizen claiming EU regulations, or they're trying to low-ball me for something I'm legally owed.
You should stop watching Fox News (or the US-centric view on the world)!
In countries like Denmark, Germany ... your citizenship doesn't matter, whether you can make a EC261/2004 claim.
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Old Apr 13, 17, 10:11 am   #77
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Originally Posted by Superroddy
rev - Do NOT accept their voucher. You are entitled to 250 Eur, it makes no difference whether or not you are a US citizen. Read this thread https://www.flyertalk.com/forum/airb...-vs-ec261.html for good advice on how to successfully pursue your full claim.
I actually got impatient before I read your reply and responded back thanking them for even acknowledging my inquiry but still kindly requesting the cash under the regulation.

But that is the correct advice, since they responded the next day asking for my checking account info to deposit the 250. Win!

Hopefully this recent data point will help some Googler down the road in the same scenario.

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You should stop watching Fox News
Ouch. That was uncalled for...
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Old Today, 7:17 am   #78
  
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Hello,

here my situation:
- FRA CTA leaving the 8th April @ 10:50 arriving 13:15 got cancelled 10 days before departure.
Was rebooked into
- SCN TXL CTA departing 8th April @ 6:40 arriving at 11:25

I claimed for a compensation as the new departure time was 4 hours before initial schedule.

Got a 35€ email voucher (which I have not used) and claimed again for compensation.

What is your latest experience with such a situation?
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