Travel Law News

Following a delay of flights operated by easyJet the applicants in the main proceedings, who are domiciled in Rome (Italy), brought an action before the Tribunale ordinario di Roma (Rome District...
In Naeini v Air Canada, 2019 ONSC 1213, the Ontario Superior Court of Justice ruled that a claim can be made for lost/damaged baggage under Article 22(2) of the Montreal Convention by...
The plaintiff was a passenger on Emirates Flight EK 407 from Melbourne to Dubai departing Melbourne on the evening of 15 March 2015. Some hours into the flight, feeling nauseous shortly after the...
In 2010 Mrs X and her husband entered into a contract with the tour operator Kuoni under which Kuoni agreed to provide a package holiday in Sri Lanka. In the early hours of 17 July 2010, Mrs X was...
On 19 March 2015, three persons booked return flights between Eelde (Netherlands) and Corfu (Greece) through Hellas Travel, a travel agency established in the Netherlands. Those flights formed part...
The special VAT scheme for travel agents means that VAT should be applied only on the margins made from sales of travel services to consumers. In return, however, travel agents cannot deduct VAT they...
On June 5, 2019, the U.S. Department of Commerce’s Bureau of Industry and Security (BIS), the Department of the Treasury’s Office of Foreign Assets Control (OFAC), and the Department of State took...
The International Air Transport Association (IATA) announced that five resolutions have been passed by the 75th Annual General Meeting. These are:Environment: The unanimously-passed AGM resolution...
Following a complaint by the French Association pour un hébergement et un tourisme professionnel, the Prosecutor’s Office, on 16 March 2017filed an indictment for infringement of the law regulating...
The plaintiff had been passenger of a Germanwings flight from DUB to DUS. When preparing for take-off, the flight crew discovered that one of the aircraft's tyres had been damaged by a screw which...

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