Air Travel Forums

Post New Topic

Recent Activity

View all Air Travel activity »
  1. 1 Trip Report NORTON 1800:681:7208 installation renewal CONTACT NORTON Tec*h care 24/7
  2. 2 Global Entry application status question
  3. 3 Customs question
  4. 4 Contact # for Delta
  5. 5 Using american voucher
  6. 6 United or Air France? (Business class)
  7. 7 Beware the Frankfurt Airport
  8. 8 Can a person buy two seats on the same flight for just
  9. 9 Southwest boarding
  10. 10 "under the seat space"
  11. 11 is RMB necessary for layover in Chinese airport
  12. 12 BUD to ZRH to USA
  13. 13 Starting my Planning
  14. 14 Another kid-on-the-plane story
  15. 15 Heathrow Terminal 5
  16. 16 RE minimum transfer time Schiphol!
  17. 17 What has become of AA flights to Europe? All BA now.
  18. 18 Transfer to Vermont from JFK
  19. 19 UA Carry-On Policy
  20. 20 Has using FF miles on AA got a lot harder?
  21. 21 Customs and Connection Times
  22. 22 BA short turnaround time
  23. 23 Best airport lounge at Narita?
  24. 24 Quick trip to attain frequent flyer status
  25. 25 easyJet westard-ho
View next 25 » Back to the top

mouse trapping operation

Jump to last reply

hello, my flight was cancelled and rerouted for technical reason and thus delayed more than 8 hours, when I asked for compesation, the airline replied the cancellation was caused by I quote "mouse trapping operation", an event supposedly beyond their control and therefore I am not entitled to any compensation. Is this rather comical reason really valid and disqualifies me from getting any compensation? I was informed about the cancellation 7 hours prior departure, which I guess could be enough time to catch a mouse...thanks for any comments or possible advise

Advertisement