Update 27 July 2021 see the most interesting Q by Jack Williams whether the CA is not getting its retained EU law mixed up with acquired EU law and therefore whether the judgment might have been per incuriam.
A short flag of the Court of Appeals finding yesterday in Lipton & Anor v BA City Flyer Ltd  EWCA Civ 454 in which Coulson LJ, in discussing whether the airline had given proof of ‘extraordinary circumstances’ justifying flight delay, gives a perfectly clear overview of the provisions in the EU-UK Trade and Cooperation Agreement – TCA and relevant statutory provisions in the UK itself. In the case itself, the impact of these rules on passengers’ claims under the Flight Delay Regulation was at issue.
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