If an airline cancels your flight, you are legally entitled to a full refund in the same medium you paid for the ticket. Most countries enforce this, but some, Canada included, don’t seem to offer the same protection.If an airline cancels your flight, you are legally entitled to a full refund in the same medium you paid for the ticket. Most countries enforce this, but some, Canada included, don’t seem to offer the same protection.
If an airline cancels your flight, you are legally entitled to a full refund in the same medium you paid for the ticket. Most countries enforce this, but some, Canada included, don’t seem to offer the same protection.

Cancelled flight? How to get a full refund, and why Air Canada has more than its fair share of customer refund complaints

  • If an airline cancels your flight, in many cases you are entitled to a complete refund, but some carriers try to avoid payment
  • Support groups advise reminding airlines of the regulations, and if that fails, getting a credit card chargeback
Topic |   Aviation
If an airline cancels your flight, you are legally entitled to a full refund in the same medium you paid for the ticket. Most countries enforce this, but some, Canada included, don’t seem to offer the same protection.If an airline cancels your flight, you are legally entitled to a full refund in the same medium you paid for the ticket. Most countries enforce this, but some, Canada included, don’t seem to offer the same protection.
If an airline cancels your flight, you are legally entitled to a full refund in the same medium you paid for the ticket. Most countries enforce this, but some, Canada included, don’t seem to offer the same protection.
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