Here’s what an airline could owe you for ruining a trip

19 August, 2019
Technology Data

It’s not often air travellers get a win, but recent laws and legal decisions are giving passengers a few more rights.

In Europe, a legal ruling this month added more protections to long-standing passenger rights regulations. According to flight-disruption compensation company AirHelp, the decision by the European Court of Justice essentially applies to code sharing.

According to flight-disruption compensation company AirHelp, the decision by the European Court of Justice essentially applies to code sharing. It clarifies that travellers can seek compensation from the airline they booked their flight with, even if the delay or disruption happened on a connecting leg that was operated by a different carrier — even a non-E.U. airline.

Read more in Washington Post.

(Source: Washing Post)

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