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Our superior service allows us to excel in the assistance of air passengers as we are very attentive to the latest developments in commercial European air travel on both legal, leisure and professional grounds. We are happy to keep you posted on these latest developments.

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    European Court of Justice Rules: ‘wild strike’ now allows passengers to receive compensation

    Earlier today the European Court of Justice ruled that a ‘wild strike’ after reorganization is a social risk that is to expected by the airline and therefor lies in the normal activities of an airlines’ organization. The airline is now obliged to pay financial compensation under EU Regulation 261/2004 when passengers face a longtime flight delay or cancellation due to a ‘wild strike’ of airline staff.

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    More days of Air France strike action in April

    Air France staff unions have announced four more strike days for April. European passengers will now have to face seven (!) days of strike action this month.

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    Disruption at European Air Control Center Eurocontrol causes thousands of delayed flights

    A large system failure at European Air Control Center Eurocontrol caused high delays for thousands of European scheduled flights yesterday afternoon. The failed flight management system urged the air traffic control to scale back flights ten percent as a part of an emergency backup plan.

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    French ATC strike results in 800 flight cancellations

    Due to a French ATC strike 800 flights from- and to France have been cancelled up to Friday morning. Over 100.000 passengers are affected by the strike. Irish budget airline Ryanair has cancelled many flights out of precaution.

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    French Air Traffic Control threatens with strike action next week

    It is March again and passengers will notice that with another strike threat of the French Air Traffic Control. They have called for strike action on 21 and 22 March. If the strike is happening this will result in large problems for passengers in Europe.

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    British Airways to launch free Wi-Fi onboard in June

    Passengers flying with British Airways across Europe will soon be able to use Wi-Fi services onboard. The airline’s mother company IAG is launching high-speed Wi-Fi in June on selected aircrafts. Ninety percent of its short-haul fleet should have high-speed Wi-Fi by 2019.

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    Weather warnings and ‘beast from the east’ caused travel chaos over the weekend

    Synonyms like ‘the big freeze’ and ‘Beast from the east’ were used to describe the weather in the South of the UK the past weekend. Heavy snow and freezing temperatures were the result of both eastern Russian air coming in over the country meeting Storm Emma coming in from the Atlantic. The collision of the two, caused snowfall up to 50 cm in the South-west of the UK and Ireland.

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    Air France staff announces strike for 22 February

    The Unions of both inflight- and ground staff of Air France have announced a strike for Thursday February 22. Unions demand a large pay increase for the entire staff of the French airline.


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    London City Airport closed over WO II bomb

    London city airport was closed yesterday when a World War II bomb was discovered nearby the runway in the Thames River. All 284 flights from and to the London airport were cancelled or suffered long delays.

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    British Airways cancels flights over cold weather and snow

    UK airline British Airways cancelled more than 80 short-haul flights as temperatures hit below zero and the forecasts predict heavy snow for large parts of the United Kingdom.

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