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Check your flight schedule

It has been often said that it is a good idea to regularly check you flight in case something happens.

I got a mail from Vueling about my flight on 9/12 - that changed my return flight from BCN from 8 pm to 7 am... for a one day trip...
With a possibility for a refund. I took the refund but they only refunded the return flight.

(also with Vueling if you get refunded for one leg, you cannot check in online for the other one... got info from a very nice lady probably situated in Cameroun).

So : do pay attention.
Check regularly your flight details, especially with low cost companies.

mvg

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