U.S. and EU Passenger Rights Differ On Jan. 1, a Passenger Bill of Rights comes into effect in New York with basic requirements about food and water. In Europe, the Passenger's Bill of Rights gives travelers up to $900 to compensate for flight delays. Travel expert George Hobica discusses the U.S. and EU versions.
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U.S. and EU Passenger Rights Differ

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U.S. and EU Passenger Rights Differ

U.S. and EU Passenger Rights Differ

U.S. and EU Passenger Rights Differ

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On Jan. 1, a Passenger Bill of Rights comes into effect in New York with basic requirements about food and water. In Europe, the Passenger's Bill of Rights gives travelers up to $900 to compensate for flight delays. Travel expert George Hobica discusses the U.S. and EU versions.