US News suitcase comes a week later - the outward flight is reimbursed
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If a suitcase arrives for many hours or only days later on the travel destination, passengers can buy replacement clothes and involve the airline in these costs. Under certain circumstances, one may even be entitled to reimbursement of the flight price, shows a judgment of the Higher Regional Court (OLG) Celle. (Az.: 11 U 9/22)
What had happened? A family had flown to Kenya to celebrate the 50th birthday of a fellow traveler. Only: The suitcases and a festive wardrobe only arrived in the country a week later.
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The airline reimbursed the costs for the "makeshift replacement procurement" of the clothing, as it is said in theCourt: Airline knew the reasons from the risk of the court. But the passengers asked for the flight price. In the first instance, they failed before the Hanover Regional Court, but the OLG in Celle agreed to them - at least the costs for the outward flight had to reimburse the airline.
: According to the court, the airline should have pointed out the passengers that there could be considerable delays in luggage transport. An essential point of dispute was whether the applicable machines could have transported all suitcases with full load.
The court did not see this with regard to the descriptions available: it was assumed that the airline knew that it would not be able to reliably or promptly to carry the luggage at the same time or promptly. She should have informed the passengers about this beforehand. So they would have remained the opportunity not to book the flight in the first place and to choose a different connection instead.
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Target flight almost worthless for passengers
the bottom line, the transportation performance for the outward flight was worthless according to the court. The timely suitcase transport (with the fixed wardrobe) was of essential importance for the passengers.
In addition, thesays: «An average passenger living in Europe, which has no private remuneration - such as family members living there - at its destination, which lies in a less developed and in many ways culturally foreign country is through that Permanent lack of his luggage in his stay there (...) affected to an extent that is equivalent to a non -journey. » In this case,
is entitled to receive the proportionate price for the outward flight of just under 550 euros. This does not apply to the return flight - here the airline has fully provided transportation.
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