EU Parliament to consider new rules for instruments on planes

Tom Pakinkis

The EU Parliament is discuss a revision in the rights passengers have when taking musical instruments on to planes.

The proposals come as part of a wider assessment of air passenger rights and suggests:

“Musicians often do not know in advance under which conditions fragile and often very expensive instruments will be taken on board. Under the proposal, the air carriers must accept smaller instruments into the passenger cabin and must clearly indicate the terms and conditions for the transport ...

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