The European Regions Airline Association (ERA) is seeking assistance from the continent’s safety authority for carriers facing heavy compensation costs following flight delays. Members of ERA, which represents 53 airlines, feel increasingly under siege from European Union regulation EU261, which mandates carriers pay several hundred euros per passenger when flights are delayed regardless of the cause of the delay. The level of compensation frequently outweighs the value of the ...

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