What to keep in mind when traveling Easter weekend

If you’re traveling this holiday weekend, you should know how to make the most of inevitable delays.

Last year more than 11,300 flights were disrupted during the Easter season, between April 14 and April 17, according to flight compensation company AirHelp. This year, with Passover and Easter both falling on the weekend of April 1, delays and cancellations are expected once again.

“We urge passengers to read up on their rights for disruptions, luggage issues, and overbooked flights to ensure that they are not missing out on compensation they may become legally entitled to claim if they experience disruptions while traveling during Easter weekend,” Henrik Zillmer, CEO of AirHelp said.

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