Airline employee gives top tips for passengers whose flights are cancelled

An airline worker has shared her top tips for passengers whose flights have been canceled and if you follow her advice you could soon be back on track

A flight destination board with canceled flights
Flights are canceled due to staff shortages

An airline worker has shared her top three tips for passengers whose flights have been canceled – and if you follow them, you could be back in the air soon.

TikTok user Natalie offered her advice as staff shortages are causing delays and cancellations around the world, leaving many holidays in limbo.

But now she’s highlighted three simple steps you can take to get back on track, and by following them you can save your vacation.

From making sure you have the right app to knowing who to call if things go wrong, Natalie has the inside info airline passengers could need this summer.

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Share her advice on TikTok where she uploads as @adventuresofmattandnatNatalie said if a flight has been canceled, you should google the name of the airline and the authority responsible.

In the UK, that would be the Civil Aviation Authority.

She said, “You’ll learn what your rights are as a customer and what kind of compensation you’ll get if you’re on the tarmac for an hour, or if you’ve been at the airport for maybe five hours, what you’ll get for it.”

Next, she said you should download the airline’s official app because you’re more likely to get up-to-date notifications.

If you’re planning to fly again this summer, it’s worth remembering Natalie’s tips


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Finally she said you should use the website flight consciousas it gives passengers the ability to track an aircraft’s location – all you need to do is enter the flight number and travel date.

Meanwhile, industry experts have warned Britain’s nightmarish travel disruptions at airports could spell a summer of chaos as a resolution could take up to six months.

Holidaymakers hoping to get away with their families over the Easter holidays have faced lengthy delays in recent weeks, with some queues lasting five hours.

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The troubles were sparked by airports being staffed short in the face of a surge of people wanting to travel abroad – many for the first time since the pandemic.

An insider said the problems could stretch into the summer holidays as the process of vetting new employees can take six months.

The process typically takes up to 15 weeks, but the extra demand has caused delays.

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