There’s less than two weeks to go before new Federal regulations increase significantly the compensation for airline passengers who get bumped involuntarily. The Department of Transportation has announced that on May 21, the airlines must double their maximum compensation to bumped passengers, allowing payments as high as $800, depending on the price of the ticket and the length of the delay. With the new rule, fliers who are involuntarily bumped receive double the price they paid for the ...

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