EU court: Airlines must compensate passengers for wildcat strikes

Airlines could face claims for compensation over flight delays and cancellations after the European Union Court of Justice ruled a “wildcat strike,” or spontaneous industrial action, did not exempt an airline from paying out compensation claims. The ruling came in response to the 2016 case of German...

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