Members of the European Parliament (MEPs) have called for air passenger rights to be tightened up to stop airlines from exploiting an “extraordinary circumstances” clause to avoid paying them compensation for delays or denied boarding. Calling for European Commission proposals to be amended, the Transport Committee debate also heard a suggestion from MEP Georges Bach that passengers should be entitled to €300 ($401.2) compensation after just three hours’ delay on ...

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