The EU is taking steps to enhance the rights of travelers as signified by the amendment to the PTD and other regulations dealing with passenger rights. We have created a record of administrative concerns that are happening in the travel industry of the European Union and the European Economic Area, centered on the outcomes on “organizers” specified under the Package Travel Directive. The following are the major points discussed more closely in this article: The EU has put forward a set of measures to reinforce the rights of travelers, including a suggestion to modify the Package Travel Directive, Regulation 261/23 (regarding Air Passenger Rights), and Regulation 1107/2006 (pertaining to Mobility Rights). The European Union conducted an inquiry between February and May of 2022 regarding potential alterations to the PTD. A result of this was the ratification of a recommendation from the Commission with amendments designed to make the implementation of the PTD easier, like improving the definitions of “linked travel arrangement” and “package”. Additionally, a B2B refund right between travel service providers and organisers was formed to assist organisers in meeting their 14-day refund commitment to travelers, and to keep organisers from being out of pocket. This suggested alteration to the PTD is one aspect of the larger strategy of the EU to enhance traveler rights, including regulations related to traveler legal rights like the Air Passenger Rights Regulation and the Mobility Rights Regulation. The Commission has suggested the adoption of new directives for event coordinators and a change to the Air Passenger Rights Regulation that will affect the connection between air carriers and event planners when a flight connected to a package goes wrong. A proposition to change the Package Travel Directive is being offered.