The European Commission has adopted a set of passenger rights guidelines, aimed at clarifying the rules ahead of a more major revision. The passenger rights rules entered force in 2005, but a number of legal cases brought before the Court of Justice of the European Union (CJEU) have changed the content and scope of the legislation, causing inconsistencies in its application across Europe. “A clarification was therefore needed for travelers, airlines and the national authorities, ...

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