Saved $500 On The Fine Print

The fine print in Air Passenger Protection Regulations saved WestJet $500 at a British Columbia tribunal. Compensation for poor service by its subsidiary Swoop Inc. was payable at a lesser “small carrier” rate, an arbitrator ruled: “I do not agree an airline having a subsidiary is a ‘malicious loophole.'”

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