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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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