Court of Justice of the EU

The unruly behaviour of an air passenger may constitute an ‘extraordinary circumstance’ capable of exempting the carrier from its obligation to pay compensation

The unruly behaviour of an air passenger may constitute an ‘extraordinary circumstance’ capable of exempting the carrier from its obligation…

Court of Justice of the European Union rules: “an airline is liable for the harm caused by a spilt cup of hot coffee”

In a recent judgement (19 December 2019), the Court of Justice of the European Union clarifies that an airline’s liability…

Ryanair welcomes French Supreme Court decision in Marseille case, mulls re-entering French market

Ryanair today (19 Sept) welcomed the French Supreme Court ruling in the Marseille employment case, which confirmed Ryanair’s position that…

ECJ: “Ryanair crew based at Charleroi airport fall under Belgian labour jurisdiction, not the Irish one”

In a case referred to it by a Belgian labour court, The European Court of Justice (ECJ) has ruled that…

Airlines must not charge cancellation fees, says European Court of Justice

The European Court of Justice has said that airlines cannot levy additional charges if a consumer cancels a flight. German…

Court of Justice of the EU orders Ireland to recover €8 per passenger from airlines (Ryanair and Aer Lingus) benefiting from unlawful State aid

The Court confirms that Ireland must recover the sum of €8 per passenger from airlines benefiting from unlawful State aid…

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