Old Aug 2, 20, 8:29 pm
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Originally Posted by LAX_Esq View Post
Who in this thread said anything about the contract being voidable? Nevertheless, it certainly is a contract of adhesion.



Another simple solution is not to give crooked airline execs billion$ and trillion$ of taxpayer money in bailout$.
Exactly. If I cannot deliver a service that someone pays for, I offer an alternative and money back.

In free market and a true consumerist society, it would be on me, as a business, to convince a customer to select an alternative. Because a consumer can choose what to do, Id stand on my head to offer the truly best customer service, perks and other benefits so consumer chooses the alternative.

However, here we have a situation where airlines say ops, sorry, we dont guarantee any schedule, time, etc, though we will charge you premium for your desired time.
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