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The U.K. Civil Aviation Authority has started requiring Ryanair Ltd. to compensate thousands of delayed passengers following a ruling from the European court of justice, reports Venture Capital Post citing The Guardian.
The court said that each passenger can get back up to €600 ($671) if flights are delayed or cancelled because of "technical reasons." The ruling has opened the floodgates for compensation claims against several airlines.