Know Your Rights as an Airline Passenger

If an airline involuntarily bumps you and isn’t able to get you to your destination within two hours (four hours for international flights) of your originally scheduled arrival, federal regulations require the airline to pay you 400% of the cost of your one-way flight, up to $1,350. If you’re bumped and the compensation doesn’t cover the costs you incur, you have options, according to the DOT. Read more.