The European Court of Justice (ECJ) has ruled that passengers on connecting flights must be compensated if they arrive at their destination at least three hours late, even if the original flight was not delayed more than three hours. The ruling specifically upholds the right to compensation for late arrival at the final destination even if the original flight was not delayed beyond the limits laid down by EU law. The ECJ judgment was in response to a case brought by Air France ...

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