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But it is an opportunity for Canadians to put their protest on public record.

90-minute tarmac limit to be enshrined in the bill.

"The Bill seeks to remove or reduce rights that passengers already have", Dr. Gábor Lukács told Senators on the Committee.

The bill would roll back many of the protections Canadians currently enjoy when travelling by air, and provides no new accountability for airlines.

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Bill C-49 seeks to double the time passengers may be trapped in an aircraft on the tarmac, from the current 90 minutes to 3 hours.

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Government's Bill C-49 relieves airlines from paying compensation to passengers for flight disruptions due to "mechanical malfunctions."