Contribute to DOT, CAB to raise air passenger rights bill
M.Anila, Philippines – The Civil Aeronautics Board (CAB) – where the Tourism Department sits as vice chair – to protect consumers in case of anecdotal issues, such as the recent Till incident.
Last January 20, the CAB held a regular board meeting to learn about problems and deal with rules that would have to be banned by all airline companies in case of an emergency and similar scenarios.
The Air Passenger Bill of Rights (APBR) has been proposed to be revised, yet strict conditions have already been laid on the said bill. This includes strengthening provisions on the power issue, for example, the Talal incident, such as the cancellation of flights or the right to compensation and compensation for flight delays. In addition, the timely information or information about the information that comes from the airline company – when delayed, canceled, or delayed by the flight – is similarly introduced.
According to the CAB, with the approval of the additional provisions of the bill, airlines will be obliged to invest in system upgrades or in such cases to work with their technology capable of issuing announcements to their customers. Will be. The system should also include a feature that can further advise travelers on the steps to take advantage of the entitlements under this bill.
“Safety and well-being of travelers and tourists has always been the top priority of CAB and DOT,” DOT Secretary Bernadette Romulo Pivet said in a statement. By adding rights to the Air Passenger Bill, we can ensure that they are provided with relevant, important and useful information during emergencies or in the event of a natural disaster, thus helping to ease distress or stress. Travelers may be faced with these unfortunate situations.
CAAB said travelers should be entitled to pay the full cost of the fare in case of natural calamities, regardless of if the fare by the firm is considered non-refundable.
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