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Annex to the industry joint position paper

These examples show why a delay should not be defined at final destination but at the destination of the flight. A regulation that doesn’t take the reality of examples like these into account will be very detrimental to passenger (if interlining is destroyed), highly unfair to carriers (who would have to pay undue compensations) and challengeable in courts (because some examples show the undue broadening of the scope).

Read it here: Revision 261 Annex-Connecting flights OCT13