Passenger rights vote aimed at closing EU ‘extraordinary circumstances’ loopholes

The European Parliament has moved to close a compensation loophole exploited by some airlines to refuse compensation for passengers delayed longer than three hours by clarifying specifically what can be classified as “extraordinary circumstances.” The Transport and Tourism Committee (TRAN) voted...

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