The CEO of Europe’s largest regional airline, Flybe, has called on the UK regulator to start taking a hard look at companies milking the European Union (EU) compensation regulations for delayed or canceled flights. “I propose that the CAA [Civil Aviation Authority] starts clamping down on claims businesses and see if EU261 is serving the purpose for which it was designed,” Flybe CEO Christine Ourmières-Widener said in London June 7. The EU has, itself, warned ...

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