US airlines might soon have to pay passengers for 'significant' delays and cancellations

Currently no US airline offers cash compensation for travel disruption but these new rules could change that.

Passengers in the US could soon be paid in cash if their flights is delayed or cancelled

The Biden administration announced on Monday that it wants to introduce a new rule that would require airlines to give cash payments rather than just refunds in the event of travel disruption – even when the airline is responsible.

There aren’t any details yet on how much compensation passengers will be entitled to but the proposal resembles rules already in place in the European Union which give up to €600 for delayed or cancelled flights.

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