[UPDATE APRIL 3] Irish carrier Aer Lingus, UK leisure carrier Jet2 and Eastern European budget carrier Wizz Air are facing legal action by the UK Civil Aviation Authority (CAA) for breaching consumer law. The UK regulator says it is stepping in “to safeguard the rights of millions of passengers” following a six-month review of airline policies in relation to supporting passengers during disruption.  This includes their approaches to paying flight delay compensation and the ...

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