Trick or Treat? The Supreme Court’s Refusal of Permission to Appeal in Huzar and Dawson

21st December 2014 by Shereena Rai

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On 31 October 2014, the Supreme Court published its decision to refuse permission to appeal in Huzar v Limited and Dawson v Thomson Airways Limited following months of apprehension.

The Supreme Court’s decision means that technical faults will now rarely constitute ‘extraordinary circumstances’ under EC Regulation 261/2004 and the national limitation period will continue to apply to Regulation claims.

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Shereena Rai is a Senior Associate in the Aviation Litigation & Regulatory team at DLA Piper in London.

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