Rule 35: Passenger Expenses En Route
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- Rule 1: Definitions
- Rule 2: Standard Format of Electronic Rules
- Rule 4: Restricted Items
- Rule 5: Application of Tariff
- Rule 6: Classes of Service
- Rule 10: Special Airport Lounge Facilities
- Rule 25: Refusal to Transport - Limitations of Carrier
- Rule 35: Passenger Expenses En Route
- Rule 40: Taxes
- Rule 45: Administrative Formalities - Passports, Visas, and Tourist Cards
- Rule 50: Oxygen
- Rule 55: Liability of Carriers
- Rule 56: Service Animals
- Rule 60: Reservations
- Rule 65: Tickets
- Rule 76: Returned Check Charge
- Rule 80: Revised Routings, Failure to Carry, and Missed Connections
- Rule 85: Schedules, Delays, and Cancellation of Flights
- Rule 87: Denied Boarding Compensation
- Rule 90: Refunds
- Rule 95: Amenities/Services for Delayed Passengers
- Rule 97: Acceptance of Baggage
- Rule 100: Conditions and Charges for Acceptance of Special Items
- Rule 105: Acceptance of Pets and Animals
- Rule 110: Checked and Carry-On Baggage
- Rule 115: Baggage Allowance
- Rule 123: Excess Baggage Charges
- Rule 125: Excess Value Charges for Baggage
- Rule 130: Fares
- Rule 135: Stopovers
- Rule 140: Routings
- Rule 200: Acceptance of Children
- Rule 205: Free and Reduced Rate Transportation for Agents
- Rule 210: Free and Reduced Fare Transportation for Tour Conductors
- Rule 500: Passengers On Stretchers
- Rule 550: Passengers Occupying Two Seats
Meals, Hotel Accommodations, Ground Transportation and
- If food is provided, it is provided at no charge.
- Hotel expenses, charges for ground transportation service
(except as provided in Rule 31), meals other than those
served aloft, airport service charges and transit taxes are
not included in passenger fares.
- At any scheduled stopping point on a single carrier through-flight; or
- At any points where carrier's flight connects with
another of its flights, or with the flight of another
carrier, provided that:
- A through-service exists between two point between which such connecting service operates and that the fare for the same class of service via such connecting service is the same as or greater than that for the through-service; and
- The passenger, before arrival at the connecting points, is ticketed or holds confirmed space out of such connecting point; and
- Such expenses shall not be assumed beyond the departure of the next scheduled connection for the carrier in the class of service for which the passenger is ticketed an on which space is available, or beyond 24 hours after arrival at the connecting point whichever is earlier; where there is no onward flight of the carrier scheduled to depart within such 24 hour period, such expenses may be absorbed only for 24 hours after arrival at the connecting point, and where there is an onward flight of the carrier scheduled to depart within such 24 hour period by the passenger does not depart from such connecting point within 24 hours no such expense will be absorbed.
- The passenger does not stop over and is not
ticketed to stop over at the connecting point.
Exception: this rule does not apply at connecting points in the U.S.A. or Canada for passengers originating in, destined to, or having their point of turnaround in that area.
When requested by passenger, carrier will make application on their behalf for hotel reservations, but the availability thereof is not guaranteed. All expenses incurred by carrier in arranging, or attempting to arrange for reservations will be chargeable to passengers.
Arrangement Made by Carrier
In making arrangement for hotel or other housing and board accommodations for passengers or for excursion trips on the ground or other similar arrangements whether or not the cost of such arrangements is for the account of carrier, carrier acts only as agent for the passenger and carrier is not liable for loss, damage or expense of any nature whatsoever incurred by the passenger as a result of or in connection with the use by the passenger of such accommodation or the denial of the use thereof to the passenger by any other person, company or agency.