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Travel strike in Europe

Travel strike in Europe

  1. Anonymous

    Hey-
    I’m in Madrid with my family and schedule fly home tomorrow. Given the strikes, American is offering change fee wavers. What do you think the chances that the flight will be cancelled are? Delayed? Changing our flights to next week (as offered) doesn’t really work with a toddler. Thanks for your help!

    Suraj

  2. Gaurav

    Hi Suraj, unfortunately it’s impossible to know. You just have to keep monitoring your flight and set alerts.

  3. rickyw

    As Guarav mentioned, it’s impossible to predict. If your family is a large group, you could look at splitting up so that one adult gets home with the toddler as planned, while the rest of the group waits for the strike to pass.

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