- Compensation for delays—lightning strikes and air travel
- What was this case about?
- What did the county court decide?
- What does this mean for commercial lawyers advising on travel delays?
Commercial analysis: The recent case of Evans v Monarch Airlines Ltd discussed whether airlines would be required to compensate passengers when lightning strikes caused flight delays under the Flight Delay Compensation Regulation. Kevin Clarke, specialist in flight delay compensation at Bott & Co, considers what the case might mean for commercial lawyers advising clients on travel delays.
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