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Passengers' Rights in the EU: Sturgeon and the Member States

18th November 2010

What is this event about?

This seminar focuses on the Court of Justice's decision in Case C-402/07, Sturgeon v Condor on the application of Regulation 261/2004/EC on passenger compensation in relation to delayed or cancelled flights. The event will highlight recent national decisions in The Netherlands and Germany that have confirmed the holding of the Court of Justice, despite opposition from various airlines across Europe. The event will also discuss the UK High Court of Justice's reference to the Court of Justice for a preliminary ruling concerning the application of the Regulation to delayed flights in TUI Travel PLC et al v The Civil Aviation Authority.

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