The UK Civil Aviation Authority (CAA) has called on Dubai-based Emirates Airline to pay compensation to delayed passengers after the country’s Supreme Court refused the airline permission to appeal against an earlier ruling. Last year the CAA began enforcement action against five airlines, including Emirates, for failing to compensate passengers who had suffered a long delay as a result of a missed connection outside the European Union. Four of the airlines complied, but Emirates ...

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