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  • Writer's pictureKaren, Airport Agent

What is Conditions of Carriage for Airline Travel?

Updated: Jan 14

What is Conditions of Carriage? It is an agreement between you and the airline you are traveling. Binding rules and regulations spelled out in a carrier's contract of carriage (or in the carrier's tariff) and applicable to all shippers and passengers irrespective of the amount of freight or fare paid. These conditions cover the obligations and rights of the carrier and the shipper/passenger from reservation of cargo-space/passenger-seat to the claims procedure as well as compensation payable in case of damage, loss, injury, or death. In most countries, freight-carriers' conditions are governed by Hague rules or Hague-Visby rules; and those of passenger-carriers,' by Warsaw Convention (as amended by Hague protocol).

Also called terms

All airlines have published conditions of carriage. If you are traveling and have an issue with an airline you have the right to ask for a copy. It is very detailed as to the rights of passengers and the airlines liability.

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