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What to Do When an Airline Tries to Screw You

SmarterTravel

When it comes to flying, there’s a lot that can go wrong. And sometimes it doesn’t even matter how well-prepared and organized you are. But here’s one thing you can count on: It’s usually the airline’s fault. So whether you’ve been bumped, delayed, or denied rightful compensation, here’s what to do when an airline tries to take advantage of you.

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Jamie Ditaranto is a writer and photographer who is always looking for her next adventure. Follow her on Twitter @jamieditaranto.

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