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Emilija Berzanskaite
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21st December 2021
Consumer, Health & Environment Energy & Transport

Court of Justice clarifies airline passengers’ rights, including that advancing a flight by more than one hour can be classified as cancellation

The Court of Justice delivered today three judgments concerning the rights of passengers, including to request compensation, in the event of the cancellation or long delay of their flights in the cases Azurair and Others (joined cases C-146/20, C-188/20, C-196/20, C-270/20), Airhelp Limited (C‑263/20), and Corendon Airlines (C-395/20). 

The requests for a preliminary ruling, which concern the interpretation of Regulation 261/2004 for compensation and assistance to passengers in the event of denied boarding and of cancellation or long delay of flights, originate in a number of disputes between the passengers and various airlines, namely Azurair, Corendon Airlines, Eurowings, Austrian Airlines and Laudamotion. 

The Court of J

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