The 3 big questions to ask when your flight is canceled or delayed

Kyle Arnold | (TNS) The Dallas Morning News

If you’re one of the thousands of inconvenienced flyers, here’s what you need to ask about hotel rooms, meals and taxis if your flight gets canceled or delayed.

Getting a refund from an airline during periods of severe weather and subsequent disruptions is difficult, said Paul Hudson, executive director of passenger advocacy group FlyersRights.

“The airlines always want to blame everything on the weather,” Hudson said. “If they blame it on the weather, they don’t have to be responsible for refunds or accommodations if people are stranded.”

Can I get a refund?

Federal law gives airlines a narrow set of circumstances for which

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