Crackdown on lost luggage
EU regulators vow lost baggage crackdown on airports and airlines
By bloomberg on 29 July 2009 in News
European Union regulators vowed to seek tougher oversight of airlines and airports for lost luggage as part of a campaign to bolster passenger rights.
The commission, the EU’s regulatory arm, also left open the possibility of increasing the compensation of up to 1,100 euros ($1,566) that carriers must pay travelers for lost or damaged luggage.
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