Members of the European Parliament (MEPs) have called for an end to “the excessive restrictions and arbitrary charges that some airlines impose on carry-on luggage.” During a debate with Trade Commissioner Karel De Gucht, MEPs urged the European Commission “to include a reasonable hand language allowance rule in the coming revision of air passenger rights legislation,” which is to be tabled before the summer. MEP Georges Bach said: “We must protect ...

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