UK aviation regulator the Civil Aviation Authority (CAA) will push Hungary-based low-cost carrier Wizz Air to extend its time limit for paying compensation to passengers affected by flight delays to six years, from the current two-year deadline. The CAA initiated enforcement action against Wizz Air, UK carrier Jet2 and Ireland’s Aer Lingus over their approach to paying compensation for delayed and canceled flights. Under EU consumer regulations, carriers are responsible for ...

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