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Canada Bans Removal of Passengers on Overbooked Planes Without Diplomacy

Canada Bans Removal of Passengers on Overbooked Planes Without Diplomacy

Canada has just released a new airline passenger bill of rights that makes it illegal for passengers to be forcibly removed from overbooked domestic or international flights.
The legislation, passed by the transportation minister Marc Garneau, will require airlines to offer compensation for the passenger’s ticket – if a passenger does not accept the compensation, the airline will simply be forced to raise their offering price.
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