Hello all! I've been thinking of doing this for some time now, and with few commitments this winter, would like to ask if this crazy plan would be possible. My initial idea was to fly from LHR to a US hub city, then between hubs and hope to get continually bumped (ideally with lots of snow while at it). That, or simply figure out which European airlines have poor yield management, and try for an intra-Europe run (especially since EU compensation would possibly be better). (The ultimate idea is to ensure that the flight vouchers I would ideally receive would more than make up for the cost of a transatlantic flight and others.) Would flight cancellations from snowstorms put a hole in this plan though? I've had flights cancelled on me before, with no compensation whatsoever except an offer to be booked on the next available flight (some days later). Is IDB/VDB different from having a flight cancelled?