Travel Law News

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...
The 30th Worldwide IFTTA Conference is scheduled to take place in Bratislava, Oct. 24 to 26, 2019. The conference will be hosted by the Comenius University Bratislava. Save the date - more...
With a short delay, the last edition of the IFTTA Law Review 2018 is now available in the members area of the website. Prefaced by an editorial by Enrique Mota Flores, it contains articles on the...
The claimants had booked flights from NYC to LON and then on to STR. Due to a break down of the computer systems at JFK aiport (which all in all lasted for 13 hrs), the claimants' flight to LON...
As per my early November presentation in Cancun, the Canadian government had by that point authorized the federal regulatory body to provide detailed consumer protection rules in regard to several...
In 2017 the claimants had booked a holiday package to Mallorca with TUI Germany including flights with Sundair. Five days before departure they were informed that they were rebooked to other flights...
Under German law, any coach transport operator providing a regular cross-border service within the Schengen area to Germany must check the passports and residence permits of the passengers before...
The return flight of the plaintiff''s holiday package was cancelled and the air carrier rebooked the plaintiff for the following day. Complying with its respective obligation under Reg. (EC) 261/2004...
The latest edition of the IFTTA Law review is now available in the members area of the website. It contains an editorial by Timothy Law, an article on price indications on online bookings by Klaus...
According to Article 17 of the MC, an air carrier is liable for damage sustained in case of death or bodily injury of a passenger upon condition only that the accident which caused the death or...

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