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This extensive online journal is aimed at a diverse readership: travel industry professionals, travel lawyers, regulators, academics, consumers, and students of travel law. It covers all aspects of travel law: travel agency, tour operations, cruise law, air law, timeshare, hotel law as well as the regulation and licensing of the travel industry, including EU travel regulations. It includes a section on Travel Rights.

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Latest Articles

King of the Skies? Ryanair v Delayfix (Case C-519/19)

It seems that once the Court of Justice of the European Union starts commenting on Regulation (EU) 261/2004 (the Denied Boarding Regulations,…

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Local Standards Evidence: A Review of TUI UK Limited v Lynn Morgan

The issue of ‘local standards’ refuses to go away. Here…

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Regulation 261/2004: Past, Present and Future

Kathryn Ward, Henry Morris and Jonathan Lin In this article,…

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No ‘Unforeseeable Event’ Defence for Deliberate Acts of Hotel Employees: Advocate General Delivers Opinion in X v Kuoni

Advocate General Szpunar has just delivered his much-anticipated opinion in…

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X v Kuoni. A Commentary on the Advocate General’s Opinion

In this article the author provides an update on the…

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Griffiths v TUI: Where Do We Go From Here?

When Griffiths v TUI [2020] EWHC 2268 (QB) was handed…

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Never Say Never Again: Lockdown 2 and Travel Restriction

In this article the author sketches out the impact on…

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Responding to Airline Passenger Misconduct

Barbara Marrin and Jol Silversmith In this article the authors…

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The Interpretation of ‘Extraordinary Circumstance’ in Air Passenger Rights in Recent ECJ Case-Law

Michael Grech and Katrina Abela In this brief article the…

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Vultures of the Sea

A preliminary decision has been taken in the American litigation…

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Travel Rights

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Your rights under the Package Travel and Linked Travel Arrangements Regulations 2018

The Package Travel Regulations (PTR) provide comprehensive protection if you…

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Your rights under Regulation 261 for delays, cancellations and denied boarding

What is Regulation 261 and when does it apply? Compensation…

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Your rights under the Montreal Convention

What is the Montreal Convention and when does it apply?…

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Hotel Rights

This article applies to hotel bookings made directly with a hotel in the UK. Different considerations apply to bookings made via an…

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How to pursue your rights against a travel company

If you have complained to your travel company and not…

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Lost Baggage. Connecting Flights

If you have booked tickets on more than one airline…

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Bear with us!

It has been reported that an Alaskan Airlines plane landing at Yakutat Airport in Alaska collided with a bear and her cub…

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Sweet result for TUI. ASA rules in their favour

The website for TUI, www.tui.co.uk, seen on 2 September 2020,…

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Abandon Ship

It has just been reported that the luxury cruise ship,…

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Delay or Cancellation? Montreal or Not? Which is Right?

There is an interesting article in the latest issue of…

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X v Kuoni. Advocate General rules against Kuoni

The Advocate General’s opinion in the case of X v…

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When avoiding a crime is frustrating

In a previous bulletin, it was suggested that because of…

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When checking in may be a crime

According to the Government website, from Thursday 5 November, “Overnight…

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Virgin Holidays repaying £203M

The Competition and Markets Authority (CMA) has been investigating Virgin…

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CAA announces extension of refund credit note protection

In July, the CAA announced that the ATOL scheme would…

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Which? calls for overhaul of broken airline complaints system

Which? is calling for the introduction of a new mandatory…

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