Get 'em while you can... you ain't going to be in the EU soon.
If your flight departed the European Union or was with a European airline, you might have rights under EU law to claim if the delay or cancellation was within the airline's control
If your flight's delayed for two or more hours the airline must offer food and drink, access to phone calls and emails, and accommodation if you're delayed overnight - including transfers between the airport and the hotel
If you arrive more than three hours late in a journey of less than 1,500km you are entitled to €250 in compensation from the airline
If you arrive more than three hours in a journey spanning more than 1,500km, but within the EU, you can get €400 in compensation from the carrier
Journeys to non-EU destinations more than 3,000km away that arrive between three and four hours late put you in line for €300 in airline payouts, while delays longer than four hours to these destinations are due €600 in compensation.