The European Court of Justice has upheld its earlier ruling that passengers whose flights have been subject to long delay are entitled to compensation.
The European Court of Justice has upheld its earlier ruling that passengers whose flights have been subject to long delay are entitled to compensation. The Court ruled that, if passengers reach their final destination three or more hours after the scheduled arrival time, they can claim fixed compensation from the airline, unless the delay is caused by extraordinary circumstances. This puts delayed passengers on a similar footing as passengers whose flights have been cancelled. EU law ...
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