IMPORTANT LEGAL NOTICE – The information on this site is subject to a disclaimer and a copyright notice.JUDGMENT OF THE COURT (Fourth Chamber)19 November 2009 (*)(Air transport – Regulation (EC) No 261/2004 – Article 2(l) and Articles 5, 6 and 7 – Concept of flight „delay‟ and „cancellation‟ – Right to compensation in the event… Read More

Ending Tarmac Delays: Don’t Let Change Die Nov 02, 2009 By: George Dooley TravelAgentCentral 0 Related StoriesPassenger Rights Advocates Gain Momentum BTC Joins to Urge Congressional Action DOT Investigates Lengthy Tarmac Delay Tarmac Delays: Momentum Builds for Passenger Rights Laws Passenger Rights Takes Center Stage, Again! NBTA Changes Position: Now Backs Passenger Rights Legislation… Read More

About 400,000 airline passengers a year get stuck on the tarmac for three hours or more. This counts only domestic flights. Congress has been debating a Passenger’s Bill of Rights since before Abraham was circumcised. The airlines have an infinity of reasons against its enactment. The gruesome details can be read here. As should be… Read More