The judicial system has officially documented the initiation of 10 new lawsuits, encompassing claims for compensation linked to flight delays.
These delays encompass both arrivals and departures and involve a multitude of airline carriers. Presently, the proceedings are in a state of anticipation, awaiting formal hearings, reports Al-Seyassah daily.
The essence of these lawsuits is rooted in the psychological and emotional harm inflicted upon travelers due to unforeseen reasons that are entirely beyond their control. This adversity taints the joy and satisfaction of their journeys.
Elucidating further, the process necessitates the establishment of evidence confirming the flight delay by the civil aviation authority.
Moreover, it mandates the presence of conditions warranting compensation. An essential facet of this procedure is the absence of any scope for amicable settlement between the complainant and the airline.
It is pertinent to note that, as stipulated by legal provisions, each hour of delay translates to a corresponding entitlement to compensation for the affected passenger.
This compensation extends to not only the traveler but also encompasses their family, friends, or colleagues who may be reliant on timely performance of duties abroad.
The ramifications of flight delays should not merely disrupt the tranquility of families embarking on journeys, but also have the potential to cast dire consequences on business endeavors and the execution of international contracts. Thus, the awarded compensation should be commensurate with the magnitude of the inconveniences suffered by each passenger.