The European Commission's proposed regulation governing transport of disabled passengers will create a new and unaccountable enforcement "monopoly" while saddling airlines with the cost of funding it, the Assn. of European Airlines said Tuesday. In February the EC introduced a draft regulation establishing the rights of persons with reduced mobility to use air transport and outlawing discrimination on the basis of age or disability. It also guarantees such individuals the right to receive ...

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