Airlines in Europe are facing almost unlimited liability for damages claims for flights canceled due to extraordinary circumstances, such as bad weather or the closure of airspace, following a Jan. 31 ruling by the European Court of Justice (ECJ). The court concluded that the EU air passenger rights regulation “does not provide for a temporal or monetary limitation” to provide care—such as accommodation, meals and refreshments—to passengers even when the cancellation of the flight is ...

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