ARCHIVED: Tweet to Senators to amend Bill C-49

History

  • February 25, 2018: Campaign launched.
  • March 27, 2018: Standing Senate Committee on Transport and Communications amended the bill by
    • limiting to 90 minutes the time you may be trapped on the tarmac, instead of 3 hours; and
    • keeping consumer advocates doing their work, instead of letting the government silence them.
  • March 29, 2018: The Senate sent Bill C-49 back to the House of Commons with the amendments.
  • The Transport Minister has vowed to reject the Senate's amendments to Bill C-49.

The government's Bill C-49 claws back passenger rights:

  • doubling the time you may be trapped in an aircraft on the tarmac from 90 minutes to 3 hours;
  • relieving airlines from compensating you for flight disruptions due to mechanical failures; and
  • letting the airlines and their cronies decide what your rights should be when you travel.

Bill C-49 is now before the Senate. It is our last chance to stop the assault on our rights, and seek real protection from airline misconduct.

Tweet to the Standing Senate Committee on Transport