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Old Dec 4, 08, 8:37 am
Join Date: Jan 2007
Location: RTM
Programs: DiamondClub (rip), Currently an Alliance Treble Champion (BA, A3, AZ)
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It's up to the airline to prove that there were "extraordinary circumstances" which "could not have been reasonably forseeable." However, in reality that means you need to sue them.

There was a test case against SAS which suggests that mechanical failure from an airline's hub is not a satisfactory excuse.

You may want to try Not sure how much they charge but it will take the head-ache out of the claim for you.

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