The European Commission on Monday confirmed it intends to review its controversial Regulation 261/2004 on air passenger rights and look at “key issues” such as limitation of liability in cases of exceptional circumstances, compensation thresholds, effective rerouting of passengers, and shared risk between operators in the supply chain. The review could lead to the possible introduction of further protections, such as in the case of mishandled luggage or rescheduled flights ...

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