May 2018

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Germany: no State liability for missed flight after lengthy security check

The plaintiff and his familiy were booked on a flight from Germany to a destination outside the Schengen area. The flight was scheduled to depart at 04:55 and the boarding time was announced for 04:30. The plaintiff and his family arrived at the security check shortly before 04:00. The officer detected a suspiciuos object in the hand luggage of the plaintiff's wife. He informed his supervisor who ordered the hand bag to be screened several times. In addition, the plaintiff's wife was checked for traces of explosive materials.

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IFTTA Law Review 1-2018 available online

The IFTTA Law Review 1-2018 is now available for download in the members' area. It contains a message by IFTTA President Marc Mc Donald and articles by Larry Gore, Doug Crozier and Michael Wukoschitz which cover U.S., Canadian and European issues. The Law Review also contains a case summary on a recent judgement of the CJEU regarding air passenger rights. Enjoy reading!

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