Old Feb 13, 19, 9:38 am
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Originally Posted by Often1 View Post
LH did not lose on the hidden city ticketing grounds, but on the grounds that its COC were unclear and that the passenger cannot determine what he will be required to pay if he engaged in hidden city ticketing fraud. If LH loses on appeal, it can amend its COC quite easily as AF has already done.

Presuming that LH has a decent word processing program, it too can make this right.
It it were that easy they could have done it. They even fail in making their COC part of the contract. I have not seen a single OTA booking in Germany where the COC were part of the contract. It is wishful thinking for the carriers.
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