1. Amid travel chaos, regulator unveils new passenger rights rules to fill refund 'gap'  Yahoo Canada Finance
  2. Airlines to refund passengers facing lengthy delays, cancellations under new regulations  The Globe and Mail
  3. Canada is getting new rules for flight refunds when there's travel delays  blogTO
  4. Canada travel rules: New refund rights for passengers  CTV News
  5. New rules are coming to help Canadians with cancelled and delayed flights | Venture  Daily Hive
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Canada's transport regulator aims to beef up its passenger rights charter, placing more stringent rules around reimbursement by airlines — though some advocates say the rules fall short of frameworks in other countries. New regulations effective Sept. 8 will require carriers to either refund passengers or rebook them, at the traveller's choice, if a flight is cancelled or delayed by three hours or more, the Canadian Transportation Agency said Wednesday. Previously, the passenger rights regime onCanada's transport regulator aims to beef up its passenger rights charter, placing more stringent rules around reimbursement by airlines — though some advocates say the rules fall short of frameworks in other countries. New regulations effective Sept. 8 will require carriers to either refund passengers or rebook them, at the traveller's choice, if a flight is cancelled or delayed by three hours or more, the Canadian Transportation Agency said Wednesday. Previously, the passenger rights regime on

Amid travel chaos, regulator unveils new passenger rights rules to fill refund 'gap'

Canada's transport regulator aims to beef up its passenger rights charter, placing more stringent rules around reimbursement by airlines — though some advocates say the rules fall short of frameworks in other countries. New regulations effective Sept. 8 will require carriers to either refund passengers or rebook them, at the traveller's choice, if a flight is cancelled or delayed by three hours or more, the Canadian Transportation Agency said Wednesday. Previously, the passenger rights regime onCanada's transport regulator aims to beef up its passenger rights charter, placing more stringent rules around reimbursement by airlines — though some advocates say the rules fall short of frameworks in other countries. New regulations effective Sept. 8 will require carriers to either refund passengers or rebook them, at the traveller's choice, if a flight is cancelled or delayed by three hours or more, the Canadian Transportation Agency said Wednesday. Previously, the passenger rights regime on

Amid travel chaos, regulator unveils new passenger rights rules to fill refund 'gap'

The new rules, which go into effect on Sept. 8, are amendments to the Air Passenger Protection Regulations and are not retroactiveThe new rules, which go into effect on Sept. 8, are amendments to the Air Passenger Protection Regulations and are not retroactive

Airlines to refund passengers facing lengthy delays, cancellations under new regulations - The Globe and Mail

Canada is getting new flight refund rules to protect travellers when there are "lengthy" flight delays and when trips are cancelled altogether.The Canadian Transportation Agency announced on June 22, 2022, that it has put out an amendment to the Air Passenger Protection Regulations, which will provide new refund requirements.Airlines will be required to refund or rebook your flight even if the delay or cancellation is out of their control.

Canada Is Getting New Rules For Flight Refunds & Here's What It Means For Flight Delays - Narcity

Airlines must take ownership of the travel turbulence playing out at airports across the country, says Transport Minister Omar Alghabra.

Airlines must be accountable for flight problems: Transport minister, experts - BNN Bloomberg

Airlines have used the government as a 'scapegoat' while scheduling more flights than they have staff or planes to provide, one expert says

Airlines must also be accountable for their role in flight delays: transport minister | National Post

'Airlines have a duty as well' in resolving travel turbulence, said Omar Alghabra

Airlines must be accountable for flight problems: transport minister | Calgary Herald

Airlines must be accountable for flight problems: transport minister | Calgary Herald

New rules are coming to airlines on how to react and respond to Canadian travellers who have been affected by flight disruptions. New rules are coming to airlines on how to react and respond to Canadian travellers who have been affected by flight disruptions. 

New rules are coming to help Canadians with cancelled and delayed flights | Venture

Canada's transport regulator aims to beef up its passenger rights charter, placing more stringent rules around reimbursement by airlines that come into effect Sept. 8. Canada's transport regulator aims to beef up its passenger rights charter, placing more stringent rules around reimbursement by airlines that come into effect Sept. 8.

Canada travel rules: New refund rights for passengers | CTV News

If you're planning on travelling out of Pearson Airport in Toronto soon or really any airport in Canada, you'll be delighted to hear that there's a...If you're planning on travelling out of Pearson Airport in Toronto soon or really any airport in Canada, you'll be delighted to hear that there's a...

Canada is getting new rules for flight refunds when there's travel delays

Transport Minister Omar Alghabra says airlines must take ownership of the travel turbulence playing out at airports across the country.Transport Minister Omar Alghabra says airlines must take ownership of the travel turbulence playing out at airports across the country.

Airlines must be accountable for flight problems: transport minister - Canada News - Castanet.net

Transport Minister Omar Alghabra says airlines must take ownership of the travel turbulence playing out at airports across the countryTransport Minister Omar Alghabra says airlines must take ownership of the travel turbulence playing out at airports across the country

Airlines called out for causing flight delays at Mississauga's Pearson and other airports | inSauga

After a series of nerve-fraying flight delays and cancellations, Jenn Bertschi made it to her grandmother’s funeral with minutes to spare.

Airlines must be accountable for flight problems: transport minister | The Star Phoenix

Airlines must be accountable for flight problems: transport minister | The Star Phoenix

Transport Minister Omar Alghabra says airlines have a duty to keep their end of the bargain on flight cancellations, missing baggageTransport Minister Omar Alghabra says airlines have a duty to keep their end of the bargain on flight cancellations, missing baggage

CANADA: Airlines must be held accountable for problems: minister - Sudbury News

After a series of nerve-fraying flight delays and cancellations, Jenn Bertschi made it to her grandm...After a series of nerve-fraying flight delays and cancellations, Jenn Bertschi made it to her grandmother's funeral with minutes to spare.Landing at Toronto's Pearson airport from Calgary late Friday night, she was told the 12:30 a.m. connecting flight to Ottawa for her and her toddler and infant had been cancelled, with a rebooking at 10:30 Saturday morning.

Airlines must own flight cancellations: minister - Winnipeg Free Press

Canada's transport regulator aims to beef up its passenger rights charter, placing more stringent rules around reimbursement by airlines — though some advocates say the rules fall short of frameworks in other countries.Canada's transport regulator aims to beef up its passenger rights charter, placing more stringent rules around reimbursement by airlines — though some advocates say the rules fall short of frameworks in other countries.

Amid travel chaos, regulator unveils new passenger rights rules to fill refund 'gap' - CityNews Ottawa

Transport Minister Omar Alghabra says airlines have a duty to keep their end of the bargain on flight cancellations, missing baggageTransport Minister Omar Alghabra says airlines have a duty to keep their end of the bargain on flight cancellations, missing baggage

CANADA: Airlines must be held accountable for problems: minister - Sault Ste. Marie News