EU Court: Technical Problems No Reason Not To Pay Passenger Compensation

BRUSSELS —Airlines will have to pay passengers compensation of up to €600 (U.S. $680) when flights are canceled or delayed due to unforeseen technical problems, the EU’s Court of Justice (ECJ) ruled on Sept. 17. Under passenger rights regulation EU261, which came into force in February 2005, a...

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