The European Parliament has passed draft legislation to revise passenger rights in another step towards new regulations on consumer compensation to be applied in the European Union (EU). The draft law covers a wide range of air travel consumer aspects and has, as expected, met mixed reactions. A final version of the new EU regulation will have to be worked out as a compromise between the European Council, representing the member states, and the European Commission. Among the most ...

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