Cases: Aviation

Case C-12/11 Denise McDonagh v Ryanair Ltd [2012]

  Case C-12/11 Denise McDonagh v Ryanair Ltd [2012] concerned a definition of “extraordinary circumstances” and the carrier’s duty to provide care to a passenger in the event of cancellation of a flight.   The case summary contains 406 words. Keywords: Aviation Law – Volcano eruption – Closure of airspace – EU law – Extraordinary…

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Air France v Saks, 470 U.S. 392 (1985)

  Air France v Saks (1985) is a landmark case in the area of airline liability concerning a passenger’s claim for damages arising out of a loss of hearing during an overseas flight.   The case summary contains 408 words. Keywords: Aviation Law – Overseas flight – Loss of hearing – Accident – Liability – Warsaw…

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