The Russian Ministry of Transport has drafted legislation calling for mandatory liability insurance for Russian airlines operating scheduled flights. The insurance would guarantee refunds for passengers if the carriers cancel flights owing to bankruptcy or the loss of an air operator's certificate (AOC). The bill, which if enacted would become effective in July 2012, mandates reimbursement for stranded passengers who have to find alternative transport when airlines are forced to ...

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