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Kathrine

Kathrine Münter

Legal assistant

Kathrine

Münter

Legal assistant

Kathrine is a legal assistant in aviation.

She works on legal matters and legal research within aviation law.

What fuels Kathrine?

To feel the snow and preferably powder snow. Kathrine loves skiing and the crazier and wilder it gets, the happier she is. It has been that way since she was three years old. She is drawn by the adrenalin rush and dreams of going to Japan to try heliskiing, gliding down the mountain while leaving a cloud of the finest snow behind her.

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Kathrine is a legal assistant in aviation.

She works on legal matters and legal research within aviation law.

What fuels Kathrine?

To feel the snow and preferably powder snow. Kathrine loves skiing and the crazier and wilder it gets, the happier she is. It has been that way since she was three years old. She is drawn by the adrenalin rush and dreams of going to Japan to try heliskiing, gliding down the mountain while leaving a cloud of the finest snow behind her.

For more information about Kathrine, check out her CV on LinkedIn.

News from Kathrine

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15 April 2021

The obligation to report passenger data continues indefinitely

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Aviation

5 April 2021

When are strikes at the airport an extraordinary circumstance?

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15 March 2021

The obligation to report passenger data continues until further notice

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Aviation

5 March 2021

IATA launches Travel Pass

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Aviation

23 February 2021

New obligation to report passenger information for all flights to Denmark

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Aviation

4 February 2021

No 261-compensation for a 16-hour delay

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Aviation

21 January 2021

Refusal of boarding justified: The passenger’s visa was invalid

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20 March 2020

EU Guidelines re. the coronavirus and Regulation 261/2004

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Aviation

3 March 2020

How to handle claims for ticket refund or compensation due the coronavirus

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Aviation

26 February 2020

Air carrier acquitted: 36-minute turnaround time was sufficient

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Aviation

23 January 2020

Can trips bought with bonus points be refunded in a different currency?

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Aviation

24 October 2019

The CJEU: Collision with foreign objects an extraordinary circumstance

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Aviation

3 October 2019

EJC: Petrol on the airport runway an extraordinary circumstance

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Aviation

9 September 2019

The CJEU rules: No right to reimbursement of the flight ticket from the air carrier on package travels

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7 August 2019

Collisions with foreign objects is considered an extraordinary circumstance.

Aviation

20 June 2019

Seminar on latest news about EC Regulation 261 (video)

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19 June 2019

Seminar on the latest news regarding EC Regulation 261 (In Stockholm)

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19 June 2019

Compensation for 15-hour flight delay denied

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22 May 2019

Seminar on the latest news regarding EC Regulation 261 (video)

Aviation
22 May 2019

Seminar on the latest news regarding EC Regulation 261/2004

Aviation
22 May 2019

Seminar on the latest news regarding EC Regulation 261: (Webcast)

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30 April 2019

Webcast on the latest news about EC Regulation 261

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9 April 2019

Are no-show clauses incompatible with consumer protection regulation?

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Aviation

28 February 2019

ICLG: Aviation Law 2019 in Sweden

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28 February 2019

ICLG: Aviation Law 2019 in Denmark

Aviation

22 January 2019

Seminar on the latest news about EC Regulation 261 (video)

Aviation
22 January 2019

Seminar on the latest news about EC Regulation 261 (English)

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22 January 2019

Seminar on the latest news about EC Regulation 261 (English) (Webcast)

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18 January 2019

Technical problems at the terminal constitutes an extraordinary circumstance

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30 July 2018

European Court of Justice: Operating carrier means operational carrier

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9 May 2017

Safety before punctuality: Bird strikes constitute extraordinary circumstances

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30 August 2016

Procedural aspects of Regulation 261

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26 August 2016

Seminar on the New Interpretative Guidelines on Regulation 261/2004

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21 August 2016

Consequences of a diverted flight

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Aviation

17 August 2016

Reasonable measures in cases of extraordinary circumstances

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Aviation

20 July 2016

When a passenger experiences denied boarding

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Aviation

30 June 2016

New interpretative Guidelines on Regulation 261/2004

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Aviation

5 April 2016

What you need to know about the Primera judgments

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Aviation

17 September 2015

Van der Lans: Expect the unexpected

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29 June 2015

Codeshare agreements – Claims for 261-compensation must be raised against the operating carrier

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5 May 2015

Technical errors: The Eastern High Court has stayed four cases

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23 April 2015

Technical errors: Claims should still be stayed

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6 March 2015

Do strikes constitute extraordinary circumstances?

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4 March 2015

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