If you have booked a trip with an airline that consists of a train journey and then a plane journey, your rights in case of cancellation or delay depend on the rules of two different European regulations: Regulation on air passenger rights and Regulation on rail passenger rights.
For more information on your rights as an air passenger, see our website.
- Look up the check-in requirements for each mode of transport.
- If your travel starts with a train journey, go to the airline representation office, which is usually located in the departure station. If you do not check in, you risk being considered a “no show” and the rest of your journey will be automatically cancelled, with no possibility of claiming a refund or a free re-routing.