The European Court of Justice has taken a decision like the revolution: the railway companies of the EU member states that have carried out delays due to poor weather conditions, landslides and strikes will have to cover some of the passengers' losses.
In the member countries of the European Union, trains have to pay their passengers on delayed flights.
The European Court of Justice has closed the way for railway companies in EU member states to put forward pretexts such as bad weather, landslides and strikes for delayed flights.
The European Court of Justice decided to reimburse one fourth of the wages received by passengers on the 1 hourly delay due to 2 due to bad weather conditions, strikes and landslides.
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According to the decision of the European Court of Justice, trains carrying delayed flights more than 2 hours must return half of the ticket price to the passenger.
The decision of the European Court of Justice will serve as a precedent and will link all railway companies providing transportation services within the borders of the European Union.
A passenger in Austria has delayed the voyage and a passenger applied to the court to cover his loss. The local court in Austria requested assistance from the European Court of Justice before making its final decision.
In Luxembourg, the European Court of Justice ruled that rail companies that carried out their voyages delayed had to cover part of the passenger's loss.
The European Court of Justice is the highest court within the European Union. Among the member states of the European Union, European Union law is the last word on issues related to the institution.
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