CAA appeal decision could take two years

Berman, Chloe
May 2010
Travel Weekly (UK);5/14/2010, Vol. 5, p10
Trade Publication
The article reports that it will take at least two years for a decision in the case against Travel Republic Ltd., by the British Civil Aviation Authority (CAA).


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