CJEU: Air carriers have to be able to prove passengers informed of flight cancellations 2 weeks before departure
An air carrier which is unable to prove that a passenger was informed of the cancellation of his flight more than two weeks before the scheduled time of departure is required to pay compensation to that passenger.
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EC opens in-depth investigation into proposed merger of Celanese's and Blackstone's acetate tow activities18/10/2017 16:15:00
The EC has opened an in-depth investigation to assess the proposed creation of an acetate flake and acetate tow joint venture by Celanese and Blackstone under the EU Merger Regulation.
EU approves €100m in financial assistance for Jordan18/10/2017 14:10:00
The EC, on behalf of the EU, has approved the disbursement of a €100m loan to Jordan under its Macro-Financial Assistance (MFA) programme.
Documents by President Donald Tusk for the members of the European Council18/10/2017 12:25:00
Invitation letter, Leaders' Agenda and Bratislava implementation report
Avian influenza: new scientific advice boosts EU preparedness18/10/2017 09:25:00
Migratory wild birds crossing the north-eastern and eastern border of the EU is the most likely pathway for avian influenza to enter the territory, says EFSA.