European Union transport ministers agreed last week in Luxembourg on a common EU approach to protecting persons with reduced mobility against discrimination and ensuring they receive appropriate assistance when traveling by air. The ministers decided that, as proposed by the European Commission in February, PRMs have the right to specified assistance at airports and onboard aircraft "without additional charge." They amended the initial proposal and specified that PRMs shall not be refused ...

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