LONDON—The British government is planning to introduce airline insolvency reform legislation in a bid to strengthen consumer protections and provide more oversight of distressed carriers. The proposals, outlined by the government during the formal state opening of the UK Parliament on Oct. 14, would bolster the UK Civil Aviation Authority’s (CAA) regulatory powers, increasing its oversight of airlines in financial difficulty and helping to “mitigate the impacts of a future ...

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