How to get the most money back if your flight gets canceled
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Over 5,000 flights were cancelled
on Thursday as a winter storm slammed the Northeast.
Handling canceled flights can be a hassle. So we rounded up some tips on how to get properly reimbursed.
Scroll down for our tips and tricks:
First, check with your airline directly.
The credit card you used to book the flight may offer additional compensation.
You could be eligible for more compensation if you were flying to an airport in a country part of the European Union.
There are websites that can help get you compensation.
If you're really in a bind, consider getting a day pass at an airline's lounge.