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Although air traffic in Europe is forecasted to double by 2030, many major European airport hubs are operating at or close to full capacity already today, i.e. they cannot meet the airlines' demand for takeoff and landing slots. A continuous increase of airport capacity (mostly by adding...
The geopolitical situation of Israel exposes it to security threats related to international air transport. One of the measures employed to deal with such threats is pre-flight security checks, which include 'profiling'. EL-AL, the biggest Israeli air carrier, is therefore exposed to passengers'...
Air traffic demand has grown without parallel. Since each day, more and more people travel by air, it may well be expected that more and more incidents involving unruly/disruptive passengers will occur. The international aviation community is experiencing a steady increase in unruly/disruptive...
Regulation (EC) No. 261/2G04 lays down the rights of passengers, if a 'flight' is cancelled or departs with a long delay or if they a re denied boarding to the 'flight' they have booked. In general, a flight is a transport by aircraft, which may have the form of a round trip, be interrupted by...
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