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Refunds to be Rejected as Air Berlin Stops Trading Posted on November, 28 2017 by

The prevailing uncertainty concerning Air Berlin’s future finally came to an end after the carrier announced that it would be shutting down its operations. The German airline, which is sai..
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Passengers to Lose Compensation Due to Monarch’s Shutdown Posted on November, 21 2017 by

Around 50,000 of Monarch’s passengers could end up losing the compensation due to them as a result of the carrier’s recent collapse. This also includes many of the passengers who have be..
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New Law Opens Up Compensation for Missed Connections Posted on November, 14 2017 by

According to a new rule, passengers who end up missing connecting flights will now be able to claim compensation if the first leg of their journey starts at an EU airport. The ruling was rec..
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French ATC Strikes Cause Major Delays Posted on November, 7 2017 by

October 2017 saw the cancellation and delaying of several flights across Europe thanks to a fresh round of ATC (Air Traffic Control) strikes in France. According to estimates, the strikes ha..
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