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Airlines escape fines for breaking consumer rules in the UK for 17th straight year

No airlines have been fined in the UK for breaking consumer law in the past 17 years, according to new analysis. Consumer group Which?

said its findings show that the Civil Aviation Authority (CAA) should be given enhanced powers to crack down on carriers failing to give passengers the refunds and compensation they are entitled to.

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