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Aviation subject matter Simon Phippard takes a look at some recent airline cases involving passenger claims and examines the impact of Brexit on Regulation 261.
Our Aviation team looks at the UK's draft Carbon Budget Order 2021, which sets a climate change target of cutting emissions by 78% - compared to 1990 levels - by 2035, incorporating the UK’s share of international ...
Our Aviation team take a look at the first draft statutory instrument for Carbon Offsetting and Reduction Scheme for International Aviation (CORSIA) which has recently been published in the UK for consultation.
Our Aviation team takes a look at a recent Court of Justice of the European Union (CJEU) case considering whether a passenger whose reservation was changed against her will could claim compensation for denied boarding.
As the aviation industry looks towards a post-Brexit world, it remains unclear whether the UK and the EU will reach a trade agreement to apply after the transition period. The impact of Brexit on aviation is ...
Our team of Aviation subject matter experts take a look at the CAA’s proposed changes to the ATOL regime to improve the financial resilience of ATOL holders.
As the travel industry is devastated by COVID-19, many businesses - especially airlines - have made headlines for their stance on consumer refunds . Our Travel team looks at the current regulatory regime surrounding ...
With fleets around the world grounded, many airlines are facing the unprecedented prospect of either bankruptcy or nationalisation. Our Aviation team takes a look at the long term impact coronavirus will have on the ...
Our Aviation team look at the impact of COVID-19 on airlines, airline suppliers and the whole air transport supply chain, with a particular on how force majeure and frustration under English contract law applies, and ...