The European Court of Justice ruled yesterday that passengers on flights delayed for more than 3 hr. have the same right to seek compensation from airlines as passengers on cancelled flights. EU regulations clearly entitle passengers on cancelled flights to be compensated between €250 ($373) and €600. Yesterday's ruling stems from cases in Germany and Austria in which passengers on flights that reached their destination airports 25 hr. and 22 hr. late respectively sued Condor and ...

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