The Civil Aviation Authority has corrected a statement about whether airlines should reconsider compensation claims, based on the outcome of a Court of Appeal ruling in the Jet2 vs Huzar case last week. The ruling stated that Jet2, and by extension other airlines, were liable to compensate passengers after lengthy technical delays. The CAA had previously sent out advice after the verdict saying that the ruling was unlikely to affect claims that airlines had rejected prior to the landmark case. The CAA has since stated that its initial advice was not clear, and has issued new advice, including that new
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