EU compensation rules ‘crippling’ airlines and need reform: Gallagher

Airline compensation laws in the European Union are “crippling” the aviation sector, with passenger damages for flight cancellations and delays of more than three hours rising 300% since 2016, according to Gallagher, which is lobbying for changes to the rules. Gallagher said EU regulation 261, first introduced in 2004, is costing airlines two or three times revenues made on flights…

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