The report shows that Canada’s air passenger protection regime is unnecessarily complex, creates barriers to access to justice for passengers, and does not offer adequate protection to Canadians.
Report calls on government to require airlines to issue full refunds immediately.
Bill C-249 confirms that airlines must refund cancelled flights.
The new air travel rules violate the Charter, and take away rights of "bumped" passengers.
Trudeau Government’s airline-friendly regulations reduce the protections afforded to Canadian travellers.
Air passenger rights advocate, Dr. Gábor Lukács, will provide analysis and response to the government’s regulations following Transport Minister Marc Garneau’s announcement on Friday, May 24, 2019.
Decision to create regulations about tarmac delays of less than three hours is a step in the right direction.
The government's proposed accessible transportation regulations may perpetuate inequality.
The report shows that the proposed rules undermine the rights of passengers in some key areas, while largely regifting existing rights in other areas.
Air passenger rights advocate, Dr. Gábor Lukács, will provide analysis and response to the government’s proposed regulations following Transport Minister Marc Garneau’s announcement today.
90-minute tarmac limit to be enshrined in the bill.
The bill would roll back many of the protections Canadians currently enjoy when travelling by air, and provides no new accountability for airlines.