The Eye of The Beholder – The Final Word on Passenger Perspective Under The Montreal Convention?
Bad Luck and Altered Itineraries: The ‘Flicker Of Hope’ Test Revisited
Return to Safety Standards in Tourism Services
Online Price Comparison Site Trivago Fined A$44.7m
Airlines to reimburse passengers the full cost of a ticket including agency fees
Aviation Consumer Policy Reform
The holidaymakers who missed out on their holiday
Falling Slowly – Slipping and Tripping Accidents under The Montreal Convention
European Commission consults on changes to the Package Travel Directive: All change or business as usual?
No Cherry Picking of Jurisdiction Concerning Connecting Flights
Advancing a Flight Schedule by One Hour Constitutes Cancellation
Clarification on ‘Extraordinary Circumstances’ in the Denied Boarding Regulations
Package Holiday Refunds – Whatever Would Have Been, Would Have Been
Book Review: Tourist Health, Safety And Wellbeing In The New Normal
Does Diversion Equal Cancellation?
Liability under Regulation 261: An Update
Must airlines compensate minor in-flight injuries?
Flight-plus holidays and the Package Travel Regulations
A Clutch of Covid Cases
Griffiths v TUI in the Court of Appeal
Cabin crew strike not ‘extraordinary circumstances’
I’ve been injured while travelling by air. What are my rights?
Take care of your binding (authorities): Local standards in skiing claims
Casenote: Irish Ferries Limited v National Transport Authority (Case C-570/19)
X v Kuoni – How will this affect the travel industry?
X v Kuoni. The Final Chapter
Supreme Court Decision in X v Kuoni is Encouraging News for Holidaymakers Seriously Injured on Package Holidays
Averting disaster with choice of law and jurisdiction clauses
Thomas Cook – Where are we now?
Bodily injury under the Montreal Convention
The Montreal Convention – A double edged sword
What is the law of travel agency and what do you need to know?
Hoteliers and Assumption of Responsibility
Scottish courts determine Covid-19 refund claim in favour of pursuer
The obviousness of risk. To be alive at all involves some risk.
The EU Commission Report on the Application of Directive (EU) 2015/2302: The New Package Travel Directive
Why tour operators should have public liability insurance
Diverging Jurisprudence post-Brexit
Casenote: Irish Ferries Limited v National Transport Authority. (Case C-570/19)
ECJ Rules in X v Kuoni
ECJ Gives Judgment in X v Kuoni: No ‘Unforseeable Event’ defence for Deliberate Acts of Hotel Employees
Insolvent Airlines and Tour Operators: An Alternative Route to Damages
Comment: An EC Review of the Package Travel Directive
Ovation of the Seas. A Cruise Around the Courts
Service Out of the Jurisdiction
Advocate General’s Opinion in X v Kuoni: A Commentary
A Liability Waiver Does Not Always Protect Against Personal Injury Claims
Hotel Found Liable for Fatal Fall. Court of Appeal Upholds Decision
The Lion, The Guide, and The Local Safety Standards Defence
A Shot in the Arm for Saga?