In what can be fairly described as an extreme pro-consumer opinion that will likely increase airlines' costs associated with the EU 261/2004 passenger compensation regulation, the European Court of Justice's advocate general argued Tuesday that passengers may claim reimbursement for "reasonable" expenditures incurred when an airline fails to provide care and assistance in the event of a canceled flight (ATW Daily News, April 12). These expenditures may include ...

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