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Ltd. provides passenger and cargo transportation services.
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2-TARIFFS AND FEES
"Carrier's Office" means an Carrier agency (including, but not restricted to, a local government agency and an airfield office), an agency of the Carrier and/or Carrier's website on the web. "Stopover " means the intentional suspension of a trip by a customer at a point between the point of origin and the point of final arrival which has been previously arranged by the Carrier.
"Hold Baggage": Luggage delivered by the Carrier for which the Carrier provides a luggage tag. "Unparked Baggage" means the luggage of another Carrier as hold luggage which the Carrier allows the Carrier to take into the Cargo. The Carrier shall be obliged to buy a ticket at the Carrier's office as soon as it has paid the Carrier's relevant rates and/or fees.
Every flight is non-transferrable and may only be used by the person indicated on the flight certificate. Passengers' tickets are not valid unless they board the plane no later than the expiry date of the tickets. If, due to sickness or other reasons, a customer is hindered from travelling within the duration of the flight or if the Carrier is not able to make his reserved seating available to the customer or to book a seating, the duration of the flight may be prolonged for a maximum of 30 working nights after the expiry of the original flight time.
Passengers must make a seating booking for a Carrier's journey to get on the plane. Reservations for one person are not transferrable. The Carrier may refuse to receive a seating application for a journey less than two month before the planned date of the journey, unless the Carrier provides otherwise for a customer to pay a specific airfare and fee.
The Carrier may in the case of the application of Rule 20, para. 2, terminate any further reservations for seating. At the Carrier's sole option, the Carrier may partially or fully terminate a passenger's booking if two or more places are reserved for the same passenger: The Carrier may allow a Carrier to allow a Carrier to allow a Carrier to make a pre-booking of a specific seating position on a journey, provided that the Carrier may alter that seating position without giving previous notification due to a transfer of vessel or for any other cause during the performance of the journey.
Passengers must make the presentation of the on-board equipment specified by the carrier to which they belong, which applies to the actual seat they board at the seat specified by the carrier. The Carrier may deny carriage of a Carrier if a Carrier refuses carriage in accordance with paragraphs 1 and 2.
Under no circumstances shall the Carrier hold back the take-off of a journey in order to await a customer who does not appear within the period specified by the Carrier in accordance with the provisions of subsection (1). This reimbursement shall be governed by the reimbursement fees referred to in regulation 20, first subparagraph. 1. The fees and surcharges for the ticket that has been cancelled shall be reimbursed if no substitute ticket is acquired.
The tariffs and fees charged for the substitute ticket shall be reimbursed if a substitute ticket is acquired, unless otherwise specified by the Carrier. The airfare is valid for transportation from the point of origin to the final point of use. Unless otherwise specified in the Carrier's regulations, the rates and fees valid on the day the Ticket is issued shall be those valid on the day the Ticket is boarded.
Airfare and fees for which optional diversion is permitted and which are requested at the Carrier's office during its normal working time and before the planned take-off of the ticket for which the ticket is granted are handled as follows, provided that seating on the ticket that the customer wishes to take onboard becomes available.
2. The air fare and fees in force on the date of the ticket issuance valid on the date of purchase of the ticket and on which the air traveller enters the aeroplane after such modification, unless otherwise specified by the Carrier, shall apply. 3. The duration of the Ticket for which the amendment is made shall be that in force on the date of issuance of the Ticket initially acquired.
4. Cancellations of a booking due to the amendment shall not be governed by the reversal fee referred to in Rule 20 (2). All refunds of airfare or fees will be made in return for a ticket no later than 10 workingdays from the date of expiry of the ticket.
1. The air freight forwarder shall transport the customer and his luggage to the first place of reservation data of the Ticket in one of the following ways, at the choice of the air freight forwarder: a) on a seatavailable air carriage voyage; b) on a seatavailable air carriage voyage; or c) by another transport company.
If, after the modification, the amount is less than the amount to be reimbursed, the Carrier will reimburse the balance, provided that this balance is not reimbursed if the Carrier provides otherwise with regard to a particular Ticket. 2. The air freight carrier shall reimburse.
3. The air freight forwarder shall prolong the duration of the unoccupied area. a) on a seatavailable air carriage voyage; b) on a seatavailable air carriage voyage; or c) by another transport company. If, after the amendment, the amount is less than the amount to be reimbursed, then the difference is reimbursed by the Carrier.
2. The air freight carrier shall reimburse. 3. The Carrier shall prolong the duration of the unoccupied area. The Carrier may not hand over hold baggage to the Carrier at the Carrier's route at the final point of use. The Carrier shall display a baggage tag for hold baggage. The Carrier shall transport the hold baggage of a Carrier on the same aeroplane as the Carrier; provided, however, that the Carrier may transport the hold baggage on any other aeroplane on which the hold baggage may be carried if such transport is considered infeasible by the Carrier due to the restriction of load weights or any other rational incident.
Unless expressly considered by the Carrier as superfluous, a customer shall undergo any safety check requested by the Carrier. Should a customer deny control of the Carrier in accordance with subsection 2, the Carrier may deny the baggage to be loaded. The Carrier may deny carriage of the Carrier if a Carrier is refused a Carrier's request pursuant to subsection 3.
Luggage tag(s) that will be given to a customer at check-in are only valid for one bag. Passengers should present their luggage reclaim(s) to the air carrier. The hold luggage will only be handed in at the place indicated on the luggage registration voucher, provided that the Carrier, at the passenger's option, can hand over the hold luggage to a stop at the point of origin or at the airfield, if circumstances and times allow.
If the baggage of a customer is not collected seven working nights after arriving at the final point of departure, the Carrier may at his own discretion remove the baggage. The Carrier does not agree to any of the following items as unchecked baggage. Forms such as silver, metal, gold and other noble metal, foreign exchange, banknotes, stocks, transferable stock, postage stamp, jewellery, works of artwork, antiques or other items of high value are not considered to be hold baggage for transportation.
Baggage allowances referred to in the first and second subparagraphs above shall not be applicable to infants who do not use their own seat. Unchecked baggage is restricted to a gross vehicle mass of 45kg. Unless otherwise specified by the Carrier, each item of baggage is restricted to a max. baggage size of 50 x 60 x 120 cm and a max. baggage weighing 32 kg.
The Carrier shall not consider hold luggage exceeding these limitations. The Carrier does not allow the carriage of luggage into the cab which, in the Carrier's opinion, cannot be stored securely in the Cab. As well as the provisions of the preceding subparagraph, each person may keep in the aeroplane a pocket such as a briefcase for items of a general nature and the like.
No more than 10 kg per person may be transported in the cabins of the luggage referred to in the first and second subparagraphs. The Carrier shall notcept as unchecked baggage for transport in the compartment any items other than those specified in subparagraphs 1, 2 and 4. Pursuant to Rule 33, the domestic animals referred to in the first subparagraph shall not be covered by the free baggage allowances and the Carrier shall be paid by the Carrier the fees per caged animal otherwise determined by the Carrier.
The costs for excess baggage shall be determined by the air carrier. The Carrier shall not be held responsible for the loss referred to in paragraphs 1 or 2 of this Rule 41 if it can prove that it and its vicarious agent have taken the necessary steps to prevent the loss or injury or that it was not possible for it or them to take such steps.
"Luggage " as defined in the previous subparagraph includes hold and any other item of luggage of a customer held by the air freight forwarder, as well as unchecked and any other item of luggage brought or transported by the customer. If the air freight forwarder draws up a ticket or agrees to have the luggage inspected for transportation by another air freight forwarder, the air freight forwarder shall do so only as representative of the other air freight forwarder.
The Carrier shall not be held responsible for damages to a customer that were not the result of an incident during transportation by the Carrier.