The UK’s exit from the European Union (Brexit) has the potential to unlock long-awaited reform of Europe’s passenger rights rules. The European Commission drafted changes to the EU261 passenger rights legislation in 2013, but the proposal stalled because Spain and the UK disagreed on whether Gibraltar should now be included. Under EU261, passengers receive compensation for delays, apart from in extraordinary circumstances. However, these extraordinary circumstances were not ...

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