European airlines are being encouraged to sign up for new systems of resolving passenger disputes that avoid the current final sanction of taking the matter to law. Under a European Union (EU) directive, the 28-nation European body requires member states to increase consumers’ access to alternative dispute resolution (ADR). This involves both sides in a dispute signing up to have their cases dealt with by an officially accredited, independent body whose decisions in disputes will be ...

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