Saudi aviation regulator, the General Authority of Civil Aviation (GACA), has issued a new code of conduct for airlines and passengers designed to strengthen passenger rights in the desert kingdom. The Consumer Protection Executive Regulations (CPER) has stressed the protection of passengers’ rights, backing this up with fines for transgressions by either airlines or airports.  Failure to meet the requirements of “special needs” passengers, or attempts to charge them ...

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