Travel Law News

According to the Singapore Tourism Board Act which came into force Oct. 7, 2014, tourist guides have to be licenced by the Singapore Tourism Board. Licenced tourist guides receive a tourist guide...
The Plaintiff was a participant of Lufthansa's frequent flyer programme ("Miles & More") terms and conditions of which state that  air tickets aquired under the programme must not be...
To assist cruise ship passengers, the U.S. Department of Transportation has set up a web page sharing information and resources provided by other Federal agencies. The information covers "...
The plaintiff booked a seven-day trip to Jamaica with WestJet. On September 18, 2011he was given a boarding pass for the outward flight when he presented his Canadian citizenship card at the airport...
The CJEU has just decided this morning, that "The price in respect of carriage of checked-in baggage is not an unavoidable and foreseeable item in the fare for air travel, but may be an optional...
On 8 October 2010, an Indian citizen travelled from Moscow to Riga with Air Baltic. At the border control at Riga airport, he presented a valid Indian passport without a visa and a cancelled Indian...
In its judgement of today, the Court of the European Union (CJEU) held that the ‘arrival time’, which is used to determine the length of the delay to which passengers on a flight have been subject,...
The IFTTA Law Review 2-2014 is now available online. It contains an article by Maria Goretti Sanches Lima on The Brazilian World Cup Statute and Part 1 of IFTTA's Submission to the UNWTO on the Draft...
Following on from ABTA’s ‘Travel Matters’ conference, the association has now launched its manifesto for the industry with its eye on the next election. Top of the agenda is ABTA’s push for a...
The Department of Homeland Security (DHS) directed the Transportation Security Administration (TSA) to implement enhanced security measures in the coming days at certain overseas airports with direct...

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