How To Request Refunds For Canceled & Delayed Flights

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If you were flying anywhere up or down the East Coast during the last week of May (or anytime this winter, for that matter), there’s a good chance that you had some adventures with weather.

Hopefully you were rebooked and aren’t still stranded in an airport, but in the event that your flight was straight up canceled and you did not rebook, or if they delay was so lengthy as to make taking the flight impractical, the airline is legally required to refund you the cost of your ticket, as well as any taxes, fees, or extras.

Generally, if the flight is canceled and you opt not to rebook, the refund process *should* be fairly straightforward. However, there may be other reasons why you need to request a refund due to weather or other related delays. These may include: