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Rail information on connecting trains should be available regardless of operators

European Court of Justice, case C-136/11

Article Date: 21-06-2013
Categories: Consumer Law Typology: Case Law
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The CJEU ruled that rail infrastructure undertakings should provide information on cancellations, delays and connections to all the rail operators that run train services on their network in a non-discriminatory way (i.e. all rail operators should be able to access the information in question, so as... [Read All]

Multi-leg journeys: compensation due if passenger arrives to final destination 3 hours late

European Court of Justice, case C-11/11

Article Date: 26-02-2013
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The case was referred to the CJEU by the German Supreme Court (Bundesgerichtshof), and concerned an Air France passenger who had flown from Germany to Asuncion (Paraguay) via Paris and Sao Paulo. Her first plane from Germany to Paris departed two and a half hours late; thus, she missed her connectin... [Read All]
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