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IFTTA Law Review 2-2018

The latest edition of the IFTTA Law review is now available in the members area of the website. It contains an editorial by Timothy Law, an article on price indications on online bookings by Klaus Tonner, a report about the IFTTA North America Conference by Douglas Crozier and a recent CJEU judgement on air passenger rigths. Enjoy reading!

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Death of Thomas Dickerson

The Hon. Thomas Dickerson of the New York State Supreme Cour died  on 26 July 2018. Judge Dickerson was a colossus of Americana travel and tourismm  law. He authored and regularly updated a major text, was a prolific writer on all aspects of this growing area of  law, and was a great and kind help to newcomers worldwide to travel law. We in  IFTTA extend our condolences and sympathies to Judge Dickerson's wife and family.

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IFTTA Law Review 1-2018 available online

The IFTTA Law Review 1-2018 is now available for download in the members' area. It contains a message by IFTTA President Marc Mc Donald and articles by Larry Gore, Doug Crozier and Michael Wukoschitz which cover U.S., Canadian and European issues. The Law Review also contains a case summary on a recent judgement of the CJEU regarding air passenger rights. Enjoy reading!

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IFTTA Law Review 1-2017 now online

The IFTTA Law Review 1-2017 contains a Message of the President by Marc McDonald, an article on hotel liabilty in personals injury cases by Arie Odinocki, George Nathanael and Hilary Wise and a report on the 6th IFTTA North America Conference by Doug Crozier. It is now available as pdf in the members area of the website.

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IFTTA Law Review 3-2016 available for members

The IFTTA Law Review 3-2016 is now availble in the members area. It contains an article by Graciale Güidi on "sharing economy" and tourist accomodation services as well as a summary of the 27th  IFTTA World Conference in Tel-Aviv by Klaus Tonner. Enjoy reading!

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IFTTA Law Review 2-2016 available online

The IFTTA Law Review 2-2016 is now available online within the members area. It includes a report on the IFTTA North America Conference 2016 by Doug Crozier and an article on the Chinese influence on Tourism in Cuba by John H. Thomas. Enjoy reading!

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IFTTA Law Review 1-2016 online

The latest edition of the IFTTA Law review is now available online in the members area. It contains an editorial on the new European Package Travel Direcdtive, an article  by Rebekah Tanti-Dougall on disruptive air passengers and an article by Uta Stenzel on the German model of consumer conciliation in public transport. Enjoy reading.

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IFTTA Law Review 3-2015 available for download

The IFTTA Law Review 3-2015 is now available for download in the members area. It contains articles by Ernst Führich on the European Air Passenger Rights Regulation and by Ivo Mravicic ont the contractual relation between hotels and tour operators as well as a recent judgement of the CJEU with regard to the European Air Passenger Rights Regulation. Due to an error of the publishing company, the pdf file was only sent today. Hence the delay in making it available for IFTTA members online.

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USA: DOT reminds airlines on their obligations regarding damaged baggage

Following a routine airport inspection at 16 airports nationwide in a two week period in September 2015, the U.S. Department of Transportation issued a notice reminding airlines that they are required to compensate passengers for damage to wheels, straps, zippers, handles, and other protruding parts of checked baggage beyond normal wear and tear.  The notice also reminds airlines of their obligation to accept all reports of mishandled baggage from consumers even if an airline’s agent believes the airline is not liable.

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Air carriers to stack passengers in aircrafts?

According to a report published on telegraph.co.uk, aircraft manufacturer Airbus has designed a mezzanine level for planes which would stack passengers above others. However, it is questionable, that the invention will ever make it past the design stage. To read the article which also contains sketches of the mezzanine level seating, see http://www.telegraph.co.uk/travel/travelnews/11914067/Airbus-designs-mezzanine-to-seat-plane-passengers-on-top-of-each-other.html

 

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