|European Union Requires Airlines to Pay for Late Flights|
|Thursday, 28 February 2013|
The highest court in the European Union has declared that airlines are responsible for compensating customers who are on connecting flights and are at least three hours late arriving at their final destination. The ruling came in on Tuesday and it made it clear that it does not matter if the original flight was not delayed beyond the limits that have been imposed by European Union law.
If the passenger is still three or more hours late arriving at their final destination, then they are to be compensated. This case and ruling is the latest in a series of rulings made by the EU in the case of compensation to passengers whose flights are not on time.
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|Last Updated ( Thursday, 28 February 2013 )|
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