The application of Europe’s passenger-rights rules—often referred to as EU261—is being scrutinized by the European Court of Auditors, but a wider revamp remains in limbo. A lack of clarity in EU261 has resulted in a number of cases being brought to court, setting conflicting legal precedents. This triggered the rules to be redrafted in 2013, but the proposal stalled because Spain and the UK disagreed on whether Gibraltar should now be covered by the legislation. Speaking ...

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