Schengen Agreement argument fails to support customer’s refusal to transport claim

Gleissner v. Air China Airlines Limited (S.D.N.Y. Feb. 6, 2020).  For a flight from Barcelona to Vienna, Air China refused to allow a member of the plaintiff’s entourage to check in because she lacked a valid visa to enter Austria.  The ticketholder held a single-entry visa for the Schengen Area, an area in Europe that, … More Schengen Agreement argument fails to support customer’s refusal to transport claim

Airline not liable for refusing to transport customer who lacked required travel documents

Reed v. Delta Airlines, Inc. (S.D.N.Y. Mar. 23, 2011).  The plaintiff and her dog, Blondie, arrived at John F. Kennedy International Airport to check in for their flight to Ghana.  Delta personnel informed the plaintiff that she lacked certain documents that Ghana required for Blondie to enter the country.  The plaintiff put Blondie in a cab to … More Airline not liable for refusing to transport customer who lacked required travel documents

Court rejects parent’s contention that airline has duty during boarding to ensure compliance with child custody orders

Braden v. All Nippon Airways Co., Ltd. (Cal. App. 2nd Dist. Oct. 13, 2010).  In a child custody case, the court had denied the mother’s request to move to Japan with her infant daughter and had ordered that she surrender her daughter’s passport.  Despite the order, the mother, using the passport, took the child with … More Court rejects parent’s contention that airline has duty during boarding to ensure compliance with child custody orders