Rechten bij langdurige staking?

Discussie in 'Hulp met boeken' gestart door Flying doc, 31 mei 2016.

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Heb jij ooit wel eens met stakingen te maken gehad?

  1. Ja maar uiteindelijk pakte het voor mij positief uit.

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  2. Nee en dat hou ik graag zo

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  3. Ja, ik vlieg nooit meer.

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  4. Pardon?

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  1. Flying doc

    Flying doc Silver Member Captains

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    Zoals vele van jullie hebben gemerkt is onder invloed van de socialistische arbeidsschuwe Franse volksaard het staken tot nationale sport verheven (enige frustratie ontglipt me, excuse moi). De hardwerkende (zaken)reiziger kan daar maar wat veel last van hebben. Rationeel reageren is makkelijker als je weet wat je rechten zijn. Maar waar kan ik die zwart op wit vinden, het liefst op een overheidswebsite. Ik zie door de bomen het bos even niet meer. Wie heeft er tips of trucs op het gebied van stakingen?
    http://www.air-journal.fr/2016-05-31-snpl-air-france-68-des-pilotes-pour-la-greve-5163768.html
     
  2. WorldTraveller

    WorldTraveller Silver Member

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    Is the airline obliged to pay compensation where the cancellation is beyond the control of the airline?

    Article 5.3 provides that the air carrier shall not be obliged to pay compensation if it can prove that the cancellation is caused by extraordinary circumstances which could not have been avoided even if all reasonable measures had been taken. The Regulation gives the following examples of extraordinary circumstances: political instability; bad weather; security risks; unexpected flight safety shortcomings; strikes that affect the operation of an air carrier and air traffic management decisions.

    Could the presence of volcanic ash in the airspace be considered to be an extraordinary circumstance within the meaning of Article 5.3?

    This issue was ruled upon by the Court of Justice of the EU on 31st January 2013. The Court ruled that an air carrier must provide care to a passenger whose flight has been cancelled due to extraordinary circumstances such as the closure of airspace following the eruption of the Eyjafjallajokull volcano. In this case, Denise McDonagh v Ryanair C-12/11, the Court of Justice stated that the obligation by the air carrier to provide care means that the carrier must provide, free of charge, in light of the waiting time, refreshments, meals and, where appropriate, hotel accommodation and transport to and from that accommodation as well as a means of communication with third parties. The carrier is obliged to fulfil this obligation even when the cancellation of the flight is caused by extraordinary circumstances which could not have been avoided even if all reasonable measures had been taken.


    http://ec.europa.eu/ireland/the_eu_and_you/faq/air_travel/
     
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    FlyRicky Silver Member

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