European Court of Justice ruled last week that the EU's list of articles prohibited onboard aircraft, which is attached to the European regulation on aviation security, cannot be enforced because it has never been published in the Official Journal of the European Union and thus passengers cannot know exactly what is banned. An Austrian passenger brought the case after security staff at Vienna ordered him to leave an aircraft because his cabin baggage contained tennis rackets, which were ...

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