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Passengers entitled to maximum compensation in delays of 3 hours and more - court
LUXEMBOURG – Passengers on flights delayed for more than three hours are entitled to compensation from airlines just as passengers on cancelled flights are, the European Union’s top court has ruled.
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BRUSSELS – The EU’s transport portfolio is set to pass into the hands of an Estonian in January 2010, following an end-of-term reshuffle last Friday which re-allocated the European Commission’s portfolios for the next five years. |
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EC plans reshuffle of money pots for infrastructure
BRUSSELS – EU-funded infrastructure projects are facing more scrutiny as the European Commission is pushing for a greater return on its investment by tightening oversight of project management and seeking to mobilize more private funding. |

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