If you traveled by plane this past summer, chances are you experienced a flight delay or cancellation. The numbers are staggering. According to an article by Forbes, Department of Transportation (DOT) data showed that about one-fourth of all domestic flights were delayed during the first half of 2022.
But help might finally be on the way. The DOT has created a dashboard to help customers determine what they are owed if a flight is delayed or canceled. The new tool can be found on the DOT’s Aviation Consumer Protection website.
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