Travel Law News

Cruise Lines International Association (CLIA) is the world's largest cruise industry trade association with representation in North and South America, Europe, Asia and Australasia. CLIA represents...
In December 2012, the California Attorney General filed a lawsuit against Delta Airlines alleging that Delta violated California’s Online Privacy Protection Act by failing to post a privacy policy...
A new guidance launched by the Civil Aviation Authority (CAA) and the Office of Fair Trading (OFT), is aimed at airlines, price comparison websites, travel agents and tour operators, and is designed...
The newest ediiton of the IFTTA Law review, containing information on the EU commissions proposal for a revised Air Passenger Rights Regulation and a U.S. judgement on cruise liabilty and forum...
The passengers were booked on an Iberia flight from Berlin via Madrid to San José (Costa Rica). The flight from BER to MAD was about 90 minutes delayed and the passengers therefore missed their...
In its so called "Sturgeon" judgement (joined cases C-402/07 and C-432/07) the CJEU had extended the air carriers' obligation to pay compensation to passengers who reached their final destination...
A 14 days cruise "Summer in Greenland" was performed differently from what it had been sold: the route was different, several shore leaves were cancelled, the duration of other shore leaves was...
In another motion for preliminary ruling regarding Regulation 261/2004 (EC) on Air Passenger Rights, a German court seeks further clarification of the right of a passenger to receive compensation in...
In a recent judgment, the Swiss Federal Court (Bundesgericht) had to decide whether the charter of a yacht including the crew would qualify as a travel package. The Court pointed out that providing a...
According to a report by China.org.cn, the Standing Committee of the 12th National People's Congress adopted a law on tourism in an effort to protect the rights of tourists and clear the way for the...

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