Fare Agreement

3.9 The amount of luggage may vary depending on fare conditions, cabin and itinerary and can be expressed in pieces or kilos. The airline reserves the right to change these volumes and dimensions. Booking conditions and fares are registered with the relevant local aviation authorities, to the extent necessary. In addition to the above conditions, the buyer agrees: Alaska either (1) access to the buyer`s travel data via Prism or a similar notification system to determine whether the Alaska/Horizon market share in the buyer`s trip meets the requirements of the enterprise contract, (2) to provide monthly segment equity reports in an appropriate format for Alaska and that Alaska/Horizons displays market share in cities for pairs of cities for which the buyer receives a reduced rate. The Interline agreements were designed to provide comfort to customers who could only travel to their destination through two different airlines. The agreements include fares for which the two airlines agree to publish a tariff from origin to the final destination, and then distribute revenues internally among them. The customer would not have to pay two fares based on each airline`s flight and could get a ticket with two flight segments. The agreement allows any airline to accept the ticket from the other airline and covers baggage transfer and liability. Freight shipments are often included in the agreements. International and national airlines traditionally participate in the agreements. Many low-cost airlines do not participate or have limited agreements.

Smaller airlines have generally entered into interline agreements with large network operators moving to their markets. Most new low-cost companies, which sell only directly to consumers (and not through global agencies or distribution systems), do not support the interline at all. Airlines benefit from higher turnover. Both airlines can offer a very competitive common fare, which attracts customers to their respective routes. Long-haul airlines add additional passengers to their flights. Cash flow also benefits the airline issuing the ticket, as ticket revenues for both airlines are recovered by the issuing airline. Internal accounting procedures process the notes through branch agreements, and the issuing airline then pays other airlines to travel on their routes on the basis of the Interline Prorate agreement. The agreement also simplifies customer requests due to baggage irregularities and provides an internal claims settlement system after the final customer count. 2.5 The airline reserves the right to refuse unrestricted transport on a section reserved by the passenger if the corresponding fare has not been fully or partially paid, if the method of payment used by the passenger has been refused, revoked or cancelled, or if the ticket was purchased with means contrary to the law. Exclusions. Confidential information does not contain information, material or components, as long as such information or items or items have been disclosed in advance or are known to all, unless they are generally disclosed in violation of the company`s tariff agreement or a similar confidentiality or confidentiality agreement; (b) the receiving party was properly aware prior to the disclosure or catch-up of the public party, as evidenced by written recordings made in connection with the ordinary activity or evidence of actual use by the receiving party; (c) has been or will be received legally by the receiving party by a third party (except the public party) without restriction or disclosure and without a breach of a public service confidentiality obligation; or (d) was developed independently of the receiving party, without having access to the confidential information of the revealing party.

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