Old Mar 13, 19, 5:59 am
Join Date: Aug 2010
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Originally Posted by Some person View Post
You will if you sue them as they are required by law to offer transportation to the originally booked airport at no extra cost.
Good luck with that.

DY has done this for at least a year and there is no evidence that it is being ordered to pay for these ancillary travel arrangements. If you have anything precedential to share, it would be mos thelpful to many here.

Those smart enough to hedge cheap fares on ULCC's with comprehensive travel interruption insurance are made whole and those who are not, have found themselves SOL.

Compound that with the distinct possibility that DY may well be insolvent before any claims are decided and thus a judgment is simply one more unsecured debt and most people will not even recover their filing fees.
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