Maritime Noon | May 28, 2013 | 5:19

A victory for airline passengers who get bumped from Air Canada flights

Halifax air passenger rights advocate, Gabor Lukacs, tells Norma Lee MacLeod what prompted his complaint to the Canadian Transportation Agency, and what he thinks is fair compensation for people who get bumped from oversold flights.

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