Despite calls from the Association of European Airlines (AEA) for the urgent adoption of new EU air passenger rights regulation, the process remains bogged down in legislative complexity. A meeting of EU Transport Ministers Thursday concluded that “despite the intense work carried out and the progress achieved, further work is needed on a number of issues.” The meeting agreed that progress had been made on a number of issues, including clarifying which situations should be ...

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