General Conditions of Carriage & Tariffs For Xiamen Airlines’ U.S. And Canadian Routes

“The obligations of the carrier under the Air Passenger Protection Regulations (APPR) form part of the tariff and supersede any incompatible or inconsistent term and condition of carriage set out in the tariff to the extent of such inconsistency or incompatibility, but do not relieve the carrier from applying terms and conditions of carriage that are more favourable to the passenger than the obligations set out in the APPR .”

GENERAL CONDITIONS OF CARRIAGE & TARIFFS

FOR XIAMEN AIRLINES’ U.S. AND CANADIAN ROUTES

 

RULE0001    DEFINITIONSAS USED HEREIN 

RULE0002    STANDARD FORMAT OF ELECTRONIC RULES 

RULE0005    APPLICATION OF TARIFF 

RULE0006    CLASSES OF SERVICE 

RULE0015    ELECTRONIC SURVEILLANCE OF PASSENGERS AND BAGGAGE 

RULE0021    TRANSPORTATION OF PERSONS WITH DISABILITIES 

RULE0025    REFUSAL TO TRANSPORT-LIMITATION OF CARRIAGE 

RULE0026    ACCEPTANCE OF CHILDREN 

RULE0035    PASSENGER EXPENSES EN ROUTE 

RULE0040    TAXES 

RULE0041    FUEL SURCHARGE 

RULE0045    ADMINISTRATIVE FORMALITIES, PASSPORTS, VISAS AND TOURIST CARDS 

RULE0055    LIABILITY OF CARRIERS 

RULE0057    CODESHARE SERVICES 

RULE0060    RESERVATIONS 

RULE0065    TICKETS 

RULE0075    CURRENCY OF PAYMENT 

RULE0080    REVISED ROUTINGS, FAILURE TO CARRY AND MISSED CONNECTIONS 

RULE0085    SCHEDULES, DELAYS AND CANCELLATIONS OF FLIGHTS 

RULE0087    DENIED BOARDING COMPENSATION 

RULE0090    REFUNDS 

RULE0115    BAGGAGE ACCEPTANCE  (MF PIECE SYSTEM) 

RULE0116    EXCESS VALUE CHARGES FOR BAGGAGE 

RULE0117    INTERLINE BAGGAGE ACCEPTANCE 

RULE0130    FARES 

RULE0135    STOPOVERS 

RULE0550    PASSENGER OCCUPYING TWO SEATS 

 

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K    DEFINITIONSAS USED HEREIN:

              ADD-ON FARE - SEE "ARBITRARY".

              AFRICA - THE AREA COMPRISED OF CENTRAL AFRICA, EAST AFRICA,

              SOUTHERN AFRICA, WEST AFRICA AND THE INDIAN OCEAN ISLANDS.

              APPOINTED TRANSITION POINT:  THE POINT OF STAY, OTHER THAN

              THE ORIGIN AND DESTINATION, STIPULATED IN THE FLIGHT

              SCHEDULE OF TICKET OF CARRIER.

              ARBITRARY - SPECIAL AMOUNTS USED ONLY IN COMBINATION WITH

              GATEWAY FARES FOR THE PURPOSE OF CREATING A THROUGH

              INTERNATIONAL FARE.  ALSO REFERRED TO AS "ADD-ON FARE".

              AREA 1 - ALL OF THE NORTH AND SOUTH AMERICAN CONTINENTS;

              BERMUDA; GREENLAND; NETHERLANDS ANTILLES; BAHAMAS; LEEWARD,

              THE STATE OF HAWAII; MIDWAY AND PALMYRA ISLANDS; AND THE

              CARIBBEAN ISLANDS.

              AREA 2 - ALL OF EUROPE (INCLUDING THAT PART OF THE RUSSIAN

              FEDERATION LYING WEST OF THE URALS) AND THE ADJACENT

              ISLANDS; ICELAND; THE AZORES; ALL OF AFRICA AND THE ADJACENTISLANDS (INCLUDING ASCENSION); LIBYA; ALL OF THE MIDDLE EAST; THAT PART OF ASIA LYING WEST OF AND INCLUDING IRAN,ISLAMIC REPUBLIC OF.

              AREA 3 - ALL OF ASIA EXCEPT THAT PORTION INCLUDED IN AREA 2; ALL OF THE EAST INDIES; AUSTRALIA; NEW ZEALAND; ALL ISLANDSOF INDONESIA, MELANESIA, MICRONESIA AND POLYNESIA (EXCEPTMIDWAY AND PALMYRA ISLANDS), GUAM ISLAND; WAKE ISLAND; MARSHALL ISLANDS; MARIANA ISLANDS; CAROLINE ISLANDS; SOCIETYISLANDS; FIJI ISLANDS; SAMOA ISLANDS; NEW CALEDONIA; NORFOLKISLAND; AND TASMANIA.

              ASIA - AFGHANISTAN; BANGLADESH; BHUTAN; BRUNEI; BURMA;

              CHINA; HONG KONG, SAR; INDIA; INDONESIA; ISLANDS OF PACIFIC

              OCEAN IN AREA 3 NORTH OF THE EQUATOR EXCEPT GILBERT ISLAND;

              JAPAN; KAMPUCHEA; KOREA, REPUBLIC OF; LAOS; MALAYSIA;

              MALDIVE ISLANDS; NEPAL; OUTER MONGOLIA; PAKISTAN;

              PHILIPPINES; SIKKIM; SINGAPORE; SRI LANKA; TIMOR; THAILAND;

              RUSSIAN FEDERATION (EAST OF THE URAL MOUNTAINS); AND VIET

              NAM.

              AUSTRALASIA - AUSTRALIA; NEW CALEDONIA; NEW ZEALAND; NEW

              HEBRIDES; FIJI; SAMOA; COOK ISLANDS; TAHITI AND THEADJACENTISLANDS.

              BAGGAGE - LUGGAGE; SUCH ARTICLES, EFFECTS AND OTHER ERSONAL

              PROPERTY OF A PASSENGER AS ARE NECESSARY OR APPROPRIATE FOR

              WEAR, USE, COMFORT OR CONVENIENCE IN CONNECTION WITH ER/HIS

              TRIP.  UNLESS OTHERWISE SPECIFIED, IT SHALL INCLUDE BOTH

              CHECKED AND UNCHECKED BAGGAGE OF THE PASSENGER.

              BAGGAGE CHECK - THOSE PORTIONS OF THE TICKET WHICH PROVIDE

              FOR THE CARRIAGE OF PASSENGER'S CHECKED BAGGAGE AND WHICH                                      

              ARE ISSUED BY CARRIER AS A RECEIPT FOR PASSENGER'S CHECKED

              BAGGAGE.

              BAGGAGE TAG - A DOCUMENT ISSUED BY CARRIER SOLELY FOR

              IDENTIFICATION OF CHECKED BAGGAGE, THE BAGGAGE (STRAP) TAG

              PORTION OF WHICH IS ATTACHED BY CARRIER TO A PARTICULAR

              ARTICLE OF CHECKED BAGGAGE AND THE BAGGAGE (CLAIM) TAG

              PORTION OF WHICH IS GIVEN TO THE PASSENGER.

              CHECKED BAGGAGE - REGISTERED LUGGAGE; BAGGAGE OF WHICH THE

              CARRIER TAKES SOLE CUSTODY AND FOR WHICH THE CARRIER HAS

              ISSUED A BAGGAGE CHECK AND BAGGAGE (CLAIM) TAG(S).

              CARIBBEAN - ANGUILLA; ANTIGUA; ARUBA; BARBADOS; BARBUDA;

              BONAIRE; CAYMAN ISLANDS; CUBA; CURACAO; DOMINICA; DOMINICAN

              REPUBLIC; GRENADA; GUADELOUPE; HAITI; JAMAICA; MARTINIQUE;

              MONTSERRAT; NEVIS; PUERTO RICO; SABA; ST. BARTHELEMY; ST.

              EUSTATIUS; ST. KITTS; ST. LUCIA; ST. MAARTEN; ST. VINCENT;

              TRINIDAD AND TOBAGO; VIRGIN ISLANDS.

              CARRIAGE - TRANSPORTATION, WHICH IS CARRIAGE OF PASSENGER

              AND/OR BAGGAGE BY AIR, GRATUITOUS OR FOR REWARD.

              CARRIER - THE PUBLIC AIR CARRIAGE COMPANY WHICH ISSUES AIR

              TICKETS, CARRIES OR UNDERTAKES TO CARRY THE PASSENGERS AND

              BAGGAGE LISTED IN AIR TICKETS.

              CENTRAL AFRICA - MALAWI, ZAMBIA AND ZIMBABWE.

              CENTRAL AMERICA - BELIZE; COSTA RICA; EL SALVADOR;

              GUATEMALA; HONDURAS; NICARAGUA.

              CIRCLE TRIP - TRAVEL FROM ONE POINT AND RETURN THERETO BY A

              CONTINUOUS, CIRCUITOUS AIR ROUTE; PROVIDED THAT WHERE NO

              REASONABLE DIRECT SCHEDULED AIR ROUTE IS AVAILABLE BETWEEN

              TWO POINTS, A BREAK IN THE CIRCLE MAY BE TRAVELED BY ANY

              OTHER MEANS OF TRANSPORTATION WITHOUT PREJUDICE TO THE

              CIRCLE TRIP.

              CHANGE FEE - THE CHARGE FOR PASSENGER'S VOLUNTARY REQUEST OF CHANGING THEIR ORIGINAL FLIGHT RESERVATION, INCLUDING

              FLIGHTS, DATE, CABIN AND VALIDITY.

              CHILD - ANY PERSON 2 TO 12 YEARS OLD ON THE DAY OF

              DEPARTURE.

              CODE SHARE - CARRIAGE BY AIR WHICH WILL BE OPERATED BY

              ANOTHER CARRIER AS INDICATED ON THE TICKET.

              CONJUNCTION TICKETS - TWO OR MORE TICKETS CONCURRENTLY

              ISSUED TO A PASSENGER AND WHICH TOGETHER CONSTITUTE A SINGLECONTRACT OF CARRIAGE.

              CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES - DAMAGES WHICH ARE REASONABLE OUT OF

              POCKET EXPENSES AND OTHER PROVABLE DAMAGES INCURRED BY

              PASSENGER AS THE CONSEQUENCE OF THE LOSS, DAMAGE OR DELAY IN THE DELIVERY OF SUCH PERSONAL PROPERTY.

              CONTINENTAL U.S.A. - (CONTINENTAL UNITED STATES) THE

              DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA AND ALL STATES OF THE UNITED STATES

              OTHER THAN ALASKA AND HAWAII.

              CONVENTION - THE CONVENTION FOR THE UNIFICATION OF CERTAIN

              RULES RELATING TO INTERNATIONAL CARRIAGE BY AIR, SIGNED AT                                      

              WARSAW, 12 OCTOBER 1929 (HEREAFTER REFERRED TO AS THE WARSAW CONVENTION); THE WARSAW CONVENTION AS AMENDED AT THE HAGUE

              ON 28 SEPTEMBER 1955 (HEREAFTER REFERRED TO AS THE HAGUE

              PROTOCOL): THE CONVENTION FOR THE UNIFICATION OF CERTAIN

              RULES FOR INTERNATIONAL CARRIAGE BY AIR DONE AT MONTREAL ON

              28 MAY 1999 (HEREAFTER REFERRED TO AS THE MONTREAL

              CONVENTION).

              DAMAGE - INCLUDES DEATH, INJURY, DELAY, LOSS, PARTIAL LOSS

              OR OTHER DAMAGE OF WHATSOEVER NATURE ARISING OUT OF OR IN

              CONNECTION WITH CARRIAGE OR OTHER SERVICES INCIDENTAL

              THERETO PERFORMED BY MF.

              DAYS - FULL CALENDAR DAYS, INCLUDING SUNDAYS AND LEGAL

              HOLIDAYS; PROVIDED THAT FOR PURPOSES OF NOTIFICATION THE

              BALANCE OF THE DAY UPON WHICH NOTICE IS DISPATCHED SHALL NOT BE COUNTED AND THAT, FOR PURPOSES OF DETERMINING DURATIONS OF VALIDITY, THE BALANCE OF THE DAY UPON WHICH THE TICKET IS ISSUED OR FLIGHT COMMENCED SHALL NOT BE COUNTED.

              DEADLINE - THE LATEST TIME STIPULATED FOR PASSENGER BY

              OPERATING CARRIER TO FINISH THE CHECK-IN FORMALITIES AND

              RECEIVED YOUR BOARDING PASS.

              DEPARTURE TIME - THE TIME OF CLOSING CABIN DOOR AFTER THE

              BOARDING OF PASSENGERS.

              DOMESTIC CARRIAGE - TRAVEL IN WHICH THE POINTS OF DEPARTURE, STOPOVER AND DESTINATION ARE WITHIN ONE SOVEREIGN STATE.

              EASTERN AFRICA - BURUNDI; DJIBOUTI; ETHIOPIA; KENYA; RWANDA; SOMALIA; TANZANIA; AND UGANDA.

              EASTERN HEMISPHERE - AREA COMPRISING AREAS 2 AND 3.

              EC MEMBER STATES - AUSTRIA, BELGIUM, DENMARK, FINLAND,

              FRANCE, GERMANY, GREECE, ICELAND, IRELAND, ITALY,

              LUXEMBOURG, NETHERLANDS, NORWAY, PORTUGAL, SPAIN, SWEDEN,

              UNITED KINGDOM.

              ENDORSEMENT - THE TRANSFER OF AUTHORITY REQUIRED WHEN A

              PASSENGER WITH AN INTERNATIONAL TICKET WISHES TO REBOOK TO ACARRIER OTHER THAN THE CARRIER SHOWN ON THE TICKET.

              SPECIFIC GUIDELINES ARE OUTLINED IN RULE 80 OF THIS TARIFF.

              EUROPE" - THE AREA COMPRISED OF ALBANIA, ALGERIA, ANDORA,

              ARMENIA, AUSTRIA, AZERBAIJAN, AZORES, BELARUS, BELGIUM,

              BOSNIA AND HERZEGOVINA, BULGARIA, CANARY ISLANDS, CROATIA,

              MFECH REPUBLIC, DENMARK, ESTONIA, FINLAND, FRANCE, GEORGIA,

              GERMANY, GILBRALTAR, GREECE, HUNGARY, ICELAND, IRELAND,

              ITALY, LATVIA, LIECHTENSTEIN, LITHUANIA, LUXEMBOURG,

              MADEIRA, MALTA, MONACO, MONTENEGRO, MOROCCO, NETHERLANDS,

              NORWAY, POLAND, PORTUGAL, ROMANIA, RUSSIAN FEDERATION (WEST

              OF THE URALS), SAN MARINO, SERBIA, SLOVAKIA, SLOVENIA,

              SPAIN, SWEDEN, SWITZERLAND, TUNISIA, TURKEY IN EUROPE AND

              ASIA, UKRAINE AND UNITED KINGDOM.

              FAMILY - (IMMEDIATE FAMILY) SPOUSE, CHILDREN, ADOPTED

              CHILDREN, SONS-IN-LAW, DAUGHTERS-IN-LAW, GRANDCHILDREN,

              BROTHERS, BROTHERS-IN-LAW, SISTERS, SISTERS-IN-LAW,PARENTS, FATHERS-IN-LAW, MOTHERS-IN-LAW AND GRANDPARENTS.

              FLIGHT COUPON - THE PORTION OF THE PASSENGER TICKET THAT

              INDICATES PARTICULAR PLACES BETWEEN WHICH THE COUPON IS GOOD FOR CARRIAGE.

              FRENCH GOLD FRANCS - FRANCS CONSISTING OF 65.50 MILLIGRAMS

              OF GOLD WITH A FINENESS OF NINE HUNDRED THOUSANDTHS.

              FCU - FARE CONSTRUCTION UNIT - UNITS USED FOR FARE

              CALCULATION PURPOSES IN LIEU OF PUBLISHED CURRENCY AMOUNTS

              FOR THE COUNTRY WHERE TRAVEL ORIGINATES.  FARE CONSTRUCTION

              UNITS DO NOT REPRESENT LOCAL SELLING CURRENCY FOR ANY

              COUNTRY UNTIL APPROPRIATE CURRENCY ADJUSTMENTS ARE MADE AND

              A CONVERSION FACTOR IS APPLIED.

              GUARDIAN - (LEGAL GUARDIAN) A PERSON ACTING IN LIEU OF

              PARENTS IN THE EVENT OF DEATH OR LEGAL INCAPACITY OF

              PARENTS.

              ITINERARY FOR AIR CARRIAGE ELECTRONIC TICKET (HEREAFTER

              REFERRED TO AS ITINERARY)  THE PAYMENT PROOF FOR PASSENGERS

              PROVIDED BY PUBLIC AIR CARRIAGE COMPANY OR ITS SALES AGENCY

              DURING TICKET PURCHASING.  ONE ITINERARY IS PROVIDED FOR

              EACH ELECTRONIC TICKET, AND CAN BE PRINTED AT LATEST ONE

              MONTH AFTER THE FLIGHT DEPARTURE.  PASSENGER SHALL PRESERVE

              IT WELL IN CASE OF REFUNDS.

              INFANT - ANY PERSON WHO IS UNDER THE AGE OF 2 ON THE DATE OF COMMENCEMENT OF TRAVEL.

INTERNATIONAL CARRIAGE - AIR CARRIAGE IN ACCORDANCE WITH AIR CARRIAGE CONTRACT BETWEEN MF AND THE PASSENGER, WHETHER

              THERE IS A BREAK OR TRANSFER IN THE TRANSPORTATION OR NOT,

              OF WHICH THE ORIGIN, APPOINTED STOPOVER OR DESTINATION IS

              NOT LOCATED IN THE PEOPLE'S REPUBLIC OF CHINA.

              MIS-CATCH - PASSENGER'S FAILURE TO BOARD THE AIRCRAFT AFTER

              FINISHING CHECK-IN FORMALITIES AT THE ORIGIN AIRPORT OR

              TRANSIT AIRPORT.

              NO-SHOW - PASSENGER'S FAILURE TO BOARD THE AIRCRAFT BECAUSE

              THEY FAIL TO FINISH CHECK-IN FORMALITIES BEFORE STIPULATED

              CHECK-IN DEADLINE OR BECAUSE THEIR TRAVEL DOCUMENTS DON'T

              MEET THE REQUIREMENTS.

 NORMAL FARE - THE HIGHEST FARE ESTABLISHED FOR AFIRST/BUSINESS/PREMIUM ECONOMY CLASS OF VALID ADULT FARE.  CHILDREN'S FARE AND INFANTS' FARE THAT ARE ESTABLISHED AS A              PERCENTAGE OF A NORMAL FARE ARE ALSO CONSIDERED TO BE NORMAL FARES.

              OPEN TICKET - A TICKET WHOSE FLIGHT NUMBER, DATE OF FLIGHT

              ARE NOT FIXED AND THE SEAT IS NOT RESERVED.

              OVERBOOKING - THAT THE SEATS HAVE BEEN SOLD EXCEED THE

              BIGGEST ALLOWANCE OF THE FLIGHT.

              PASSENGER COUPON - THE PORTION OF TICKET ISSUED BY OR ON

              BEHALF OF MF AND WHICH IS SO MARKED AND ULTIMATELY TO BE

              RETAINED BY PASSENGER.

   PERSON WITH A DISABILITY INCLUDES ANY PERSON WHO, BY VIRTUE OF A LOCOMOTOR, SENSORY, INTELLECTUAL, OR OTHERIMPAIRMENT, OR A MENTAL HEALTH CONDITION, REQUIRES SERVICESOR ASSISTANCE BEYOND THOSE NORMALLY OFFERED BY THE CARRIER TO MEET THEIR DISABILITY RELATED NEEDS.

 SELF-RELIANT MEANS THAT A PERSON DOES NOT REQUIRE

 SERVICES RELATED TO A DISABILITY BEYOND THAT NORMALLY

 PROVIDED BY THE CARRIER, OR BEYOND THAT WHICH APPLICABLE

 RULES OR REGULATIONS REQUIRE THE CARRIER TO PROVIDE.

              SOUTH WEST PACIFIC - AUSTRALIA; COOK ISLANDS; FIJI ISLANDS;

              KIRIBATA; LOYALTY ISLANDS; NEW CALEDONIA; NEW ZEALAND; PAPUA NEW GUINEA; SAMOAN ISLANDS; SOCIETY ISLANDS; SOLOMON

              ISLANDS; TONGA; TUVALU; VANUATU; ALL INTERMEDIATE ISLANDS.

              SOUTHERN AFRICA - BOTSWANA; LESOTHO; MOZAMBIQUE; SOUTH

              AFRICA; SOUTH WEST AFRICA (NAMIBIA); AND SWAZILAND.

              SPECIAL FARE - ANY FARE THAT IS NOT A NORMAL FARE.

              STOPOVER - A BREAK OF JOURNEY, WHICH IS A DELIBERATE

              INTERRUPTION OF A JOURNEY BY THE PASSENGER, AGREED IN

              ADVANCE BY CARRIER, AT A POINT BETWEEN THE PLACE OF

              DEPARTURE AND THE PLACE OF DESTINATION.

              TICKETED POINT - POINTS SHOWN IN THE "GOOD FOR PASSAGE"

              SECTION OF THE PASSENGER TICKET PLUS ANY OTHER POINT(S) USED FOR FARE CONSTRUCTION AND SHOWN IN THE "FARE CONSTRUCTIONBOX" OF THE PASSENGER TICKET.

              TRANSFER - MEANS A CHANGE FROM THE FLIGHT ON ONE CARRIER TO

              THE FLIGHT OF ANOTHER CARRIER; OR A CHANGE FROM THE FLIGHT

              OF A CARRIER TO ANOTHER FLIGHT OF THE SAME CARRIER BEARING

              THE SAME FLIGHT NUMBER; OR A CHANGE FROM THE FLIGHT OF A

              CARRIER TO ANOTHER FLIGHT (THAT IS) A SERVICE BEARING A

              DIFFERENT FLIGHT NUMBER OF THE SAME CARRIER, IRRESPECTIVE OF WHETHER OR NOT A CHANGE OF AIRCRAFT OCCURS.

              TRANSIT POINT - MEANS ANY STOP AT AN INTERMEDIATE POINT ON

              THE ROUTE TO BE TRAVELLED (WHETHER OR NOT A CHANGE OF PLANESIS MADE) WHICH DOES NOT FALL WITHIN THE DEFINITION OF A STOPOVER.

TRANSPACIFIC SECTOR - MEANS THE PORTION OF TRAVEL COVERED BY A SINGLE FLIGHT COUPON FROM THE POINT OF DEPARTURE IN AREA 1TO THE POINT OF ARRIVAL IN AREA 3 AND VICE VERSA.

              TRUST TERRITORY OR TRUST TERRITORY OF THE PACIFIC ISLANDS -

              MEANS THE AREA COMPRISING THE CAROLINE ISLANDS, MARIANA

              ISLANDS AND MARSHALL ISLANDS.

              UNCHECKED BAGGAGE - HAND LUGGAGE WHICH IS BAGGAGE OTHER THAN CHECKED BAGGAGE.

              UNITED KINGDOM - AREA COMPRISING GREAT BRITAIN AND NORTHERN

              IRELAND, INCLUDING THE CHANNEL ISLANDS AND THE ISLE OF MAN.

              UNITED STATES OF AMERICA OR THE UNITED STATES OR THE U.S.A.

              - (UNLESS OTHERWISE SPECIFIED) THE AREA COMPRISING THE 48

              CONTIGUOUS, FEDERATED STATES, THE FEDERAL DISTRICT OF

              COLUMBIA; THE FEDERATED STATES OF ALASKA AND HAWAII; PUERTO

              RICO; THE U.S. VIRGIN ISLANDS; AMERICAN SAMOA; THE CANAL                                       

              ZONE; CANTON; GUAM; MIDWAY AND WAKE ISLANDS.

              WAITLIST SEGMENT - AN UNCONFIRMED SEGMENT FOR SPECIFIC

              FLIGHT(S) FOR WHICH SEATING WAS NOT AVAILABLE AT THE TIME

              RESERVATIONS WERE REQUESTED.

              WEEK - (CALENDAR WEEK) A PERIOD OF SEVEN DAYS STARTING AT

              12:01 A.M. SUNDAY AND ENDING AT 12:00 MIDNIGHT OF THE

              FOLLOWING SATURDAY; PROVIDED THAT WHEN A CARRIER OFFERS ONLY ONCE A WEEK SERVICE BETWEEN TWO POINTS, IT SHALL MEAN A PERIOD OF EIGHT DAYS COMMENCING WITH 12:01 A.M. ON THE DAY THE FLIGHT OPERATES.

              WESTERN AFRICA - ANGOLA; BENIN; BURKINA FASO; REPUBLIC OF

              CAMEROON; CAPE VERDE; CENTRAL AFRICAN REPUBLIC; CHAD; CONGO; EQUATORIAL GUINEA; GABON; GAMBIA; GHANA; GUINEA; GUINEA BISSAU; IVORY COAST; LIBERIA; MALI; MAURITANIA; NIGER; NIGERIA; SAO TOME AND PRINCIPE; SENEGAL; SIERRA LEONE; TOGO;  AND ZAIRE.

 

 

 

 

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K    STANDARD FORMAT OF ELECTRONIC RULES

              RULE TITLE/APPLICATION (CATEGORY )

              THIS CATEGORY CONTAINS THE RULE TITLE AND DEFINES THE

              APPLICATION OF THE RULE.  IT WILL BE USED TO INDICATE THE

              GEOGRAPHICAL APPLICATION OF THE RULE, TYPE OF SERVICE

              (FIRST, COACH, ETC.), TYPE OF TRANSPORTATION (ONE WAY OR

              ROUND TRIP), TYPE OF JOURNEY (SINGLE OPEN JAW, ROUND TRIP,              ETC.) AND APPLICABILITY FOR USE WITH JOINT FARES, TOUR FARESAND GROUP FARES.  PROVISIONS FOR CAPACITY LIMITATIONS, GENERAL RULES WHICH ARE NOT APPLICABLE AND MISCELLANEOUSINFORMATION WHICH IS NOT CATEGORY SPECIFIC WILL ALSO APPEAR HERE.  THIS CATEGORY WILL APPEAR WITH EVERY RULE WITH AT LEAST THE RULE TITLE.

         K    ELIGIBILITY (CATEGORY 1)

              INTENTIONALLY LEFT BLANK

         K    DAY/TIME (CATEGORY 2)

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         K    SEASONALITY (CATEGORY 3)

              INTENTIONALLY LEFT BLANK

      (DESCRIPTION NOT AVAILABL - 74

         K    FLIGHT APPLICATION (CATEGORY 4)

              INTENTIONALLY LEFT BLANK

      (DESCRIPTION NOT AVAILABL - 75

         K    ADVANCE RESERVATIONS/TICKETING (CATEGORY 5)

              INTENTIONALLY LEFT BLANK

      (DESCRIPTION NOT AVAILABL - 76

         K    MINIMUM STAY (CATEGORY 6)

              (1)  STATED IN DAYS:

                   AS USED HEREIN, THE MINIMUM STAY PERIOD MEANS THE

                   NUMBER OF DAYS, COUNTING FROM THE DAY AFTER

                   COMMENCEMENT OF OUTBOUND TRAVEL FOR THE TRANSPACIFIC

                   SECTOR (IN THE CASE OF TRANSPACIFIC FARES) TO THE

                   EARLIEST DAY RETURN TRAVEL FOR THE TRANSPACIFIC SECTOR

                   (IN THE CASE OF TRANSPACIFIC FARES) MAY COMMENCE.

              (2)  STATED IN MONTHS:

                   AS USED HEREIN, THE MINIMUM STAY PERIOD MEANS THE

                   NUMBER OF MONTHS, COUNTING FROM THE DAY OF COMMENCEMENT OF OUTBOUND TRAVEL FOR THE TRANSPACIFIC SECTOR (IN THE CASE OF TRANSPACIFIC FARES) TO THE EARLIEST DAY RETURN TRAVEL FOR THE TRANSPACIFIC SECTOR (IN THE CASE OF TRANSPACIFIC FARES) MAY COMMENCE.

         K    MAXIMUM STAY (CATEGORY 7)

              STATED IN MONTHS:

              AS USED HEREIN, THE MAXIMUM STAY PERIOD MEANS THE NUMBER OF

              MONTHS, COUNTING FROM THE DAY OF COMMENCEMENT OF TRAVEL FROMTHE POINT OF ORIGIN, TO THE LAST DAY TRAVEL MAY COMMENCE FROM THE LAST STOPOVER POINT (INCLUDING FOR THIS PURPOSE THE POINT OF TURNAROUND).

         K    STOPOVERS (CATEGORY 8)

              UNLESS OTHERWISE STATED IN THE FARE RULE, STOPOVERS ARE

              PERMITTED.

K    TRANSFERS (CATEGORY 9)

              INTENTIONALLY LEFT BLANK

         K    PERMITTED COMBINATIONS (CATEGORY 10)

              INTENTIONALLY LEFT BLANK

         K    BLACKOUT DATES (CATEGORY 11)

              INTENTIONALLY LEFT BLANK

         K    SURCHARGES (CATEGORY 12)

              INTENTIONALLY LEFT BLANK

         K    ACCOMPANIED TRAVEL (CATEGORY 13)

              INTENTIONALLY LEFT BLANK

         K    TRAVEL RESTRICTIONS (CATEGORY 14)

              INTENTIONALLY LEFT BLANK

         K    SALES RESTRICTIONS (CATEGORY 15)

              INTENTIONALLY LEFT BLANK

         K    PENALTIES (CATEGORY 16)

              INTENTIONALLY LEFT BLANK

         K    HIGHER INTERMEDIATE POINT (CATEGORY 17)

              INTENTIONALLY LEFT BLANK

         K    TICKET ENDORSEMENTS (CATEGORY 18)

              INTENTIONALLY LEFT BLANK

         K    CHILDREN'S DISCOUNTS (CATEGORY 19)

              INTENTIONALLY LEFT BLANK

              TOUR CONDUCTOR DISCOUNTS (CATEGORY 20)

              INTENTIONALLY LEFT BLANK

              AGENT DISCOUNTS (CATEGORY 21)

              INTENTIONALLY LEFT BLANK

              ALL OTHER DISCOUNTS (CATEGORY 22)

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         K    MISCELLANEOUS PROVISIONS (CATEGORY 23)

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               (CATEGORY 24)

              CURRENTLY NOT AVAILABLE

               (CATEGORY 25)

              CURRENTLY NOT AVAILABLE

         K    GROUPS (CATEGORY 26)

              (1)  GROUP SIZE

                   A MINIMUM GROUP SIZE REFERS TO THE MINIMUM NUMBER OF

                   PASSENGERS REQUIRED TO FORM A GROUP, WHICH WILL PERMIT

                   THE USE OF A PARTICULAR FARE.  UNLESS OTHERWISE

                   SPECIFIED IN THE FARE RULE, IN ORDER TO DETERMINE THE

                   MINIMUM GROUP SIZE, TWO CHILDREN EACH PAYING AT LEAST

                   50 PERCENT OF THE APPLICABLE GROUP FARE WILL BE COUNTED AS ONE MEMBER OF THE GROUP.

              (2)  GROUP TRAVEL REQUIREMENTS

                   (APPLICABLE TO GROUP INCLUSIVE TOUR FARES)  UNLESS

                   OTHERWISE SPECIFIED IN THE GOVERNING FARE RULE, ALL

                   MEMBERS OF THE TRAVEL GROUP MUST TRAVEL TOGETHER AS A

                   SINGLE GROUP ON THE SAME FLIGHT(S) FOR THE ENTIRE

                   ITINERARY.  SHOULD LACK OF SEATING ACCOMMODATION OR

                   OTHER OPERATING CONDITIONS PREVENT THE GROUP FROM

                   TRAVELING TOGETHER, THE CARRIER MAY TRANSPORT SOME

                   MEMBERS OF THE GROUP ON THE NEXT PRECEDING OR

                   SUCCEEDING FLIGHT ON WHICH SPACE IS AVAILABLE.

              (3)  ELIGIBILITY

                   WHEN THE REQUIRED CONDITIONS PERTAIN TO AFFINITY, OWN

                   USE OR INCENTIVE TRAVEL, THE FOLLOWING PROVISIONS SHALL APPLY:

                   (A)  AFFINITY GROUPS

                        (I)  THE TRAVEL GROUP SHALL BE FORMED ONLY FROM

                             AFFINITY GROUPS, I.E. MEMBERS OR EMPLOYEES OF THE SAME ASSOCIATION, CORPORATION, COMPANY OR OTHER LEGAL ENTITY (HEREINAFTER REFERRED TO AS THE "ORGANIZATION") WHICH SHALL HAVE PRINCIPAL PURPOSES, AIMS AND OBJECTIVES OTHER THAN TRAVEL, AND SUFFICIENT AFFINITY EXISTINGPRIOR TO THE APPLICATION FOR TRANSPORTATIONTO DISTINGUISH IT AND SET IT APART FROM THEGENERAL PUBLIC;

                       (II)  WITH RESPECT TO THE FORMATION OF AFFINITY

                             TRAVEL GROUPS:

                             (AA)  SOLICITATION SHALL BE LIMITED TO

                                   PERSONAL LETTERS, CIRCULARS AND

                                   TELEPHONE CALLS ADDRESSED TO MEMBERS OF THE ORGANIZATION, TO GROUP PUBLICATIONS INTENDED SOLELY FOR MEMBERS OF THEORGANIZATION (OR FOR MEMBERS OF THE FEDERATION OR BODY TO WHICH THEORGANIZATION BELONGS) AND TO ANY OTHER FORM OF SOLICITATION NOT BEING PUBLIC SOLICITATION AS DEFINED IN (CC) BELOW,

                             (BB)  SOLICITATION SHALL BE EFFECTED ONLY BY

                                   OFFICIALS OF THE ORGANIZATION OR

                                   MEMBERS OF THE TRAVEL GROUP.

                             (CC)  "PUBLIC SOLICITATION" SHALL BE DEEMED

                                   TO EXIST WHEN THE GROUP TRANSPORTATION

                                   IS DESCRIBED, REFERRED TO, ANNOUNCED IN ADVERTISEMENTS OR ANY OTHER WRITING OR BY MEANS OF PUBLIC COMMUNICATION,                                   WHETHER PAID OR UNPAID, INCLUDING BUT                                   NOT LIMITED TO TELEPHONE CAMPAIGNS,                                   RADIO, TELEGRAPH AND TELEVISION;

                                   PROVIDED, HOWEVER, THAT A STATEMENT IN

                                   PUBLIC NEWS MEDIA, OTHER THAN

                                   ADVERTISEMENT, THAT COULD NOT

                                   REASONABLY BE CONSTRUED AS CALCULATED

                                   OR LIKELY TO INDUCE TRAVEL AS A MEMBER

                                   OF THE TRAVEL GROUP AND WHICH HAS NOT

                                   BEEN INITIATED BY THE ORGANIZATION, ANY MEMBER OF THE TRAVEL GROUP, THE CARRIER OR AN AGENT OR REPRESENTATIVE OF ANY OF THEM, SHALL NOT BE CONSIDERED PUBLIC SOLICITATION.

                             (DD) THE TRAVEL GROUP SHALL NOT BE GATHERED

                                  DIRECTLY OR INDIRECTLY BY A PERSON

                                  ENGAGED IN SOLICITING OR SELLING

                                  TRANSPORTATION SERVICES OR PROVIDING OR

                                  OFFERING TO PROVIDE TRANSPORTATION TO

                                  THE GENERAL PUBLIC; PROVIDED THAT THE

                                  MERE ASCERTAINMENT OF THE GROUP FARE

                                  AND/OR ITS COLLECTION FROM MEMBERS OF

                                  THE TRAVEL GROUP SHALL NOT OF ITSELF BE

                                  DEEMED TO CONSTITUTE ENGAGING IN SUCH

                                  ACTS; PROVIDED FURTHER THAT IF THE                                  ORGANIZER OF THE TRAVEL GROUP(HEREINAFTER REFERRED TO AS"APPLICANT") EMPLOYS A TRAVEL AGENT TO ASSIST IN THE TRAVEL ARRANGEMENTS, SUCH TRAVEL AGENT SHALL IN NO WAY SOLICIT MEMBERS OF THE TRAVEL GROUP, EXCEPT THAT AFTER THE PARTY TO BE TRANSPORTED IS FORMED THE TRAVEL AGENT MAY CONTACT THE MEMBERS OF SUCH GROUP FOR THE PURPOSES OF ARRANGING OTHER TRAVEL SERVICES IN ADDITION TO ASSISTING IN TRAVEL ARRANGEMENTS.

(EE) EACH MEMBER OF THE TRAVEL GROUP SHALL BE A MEMBER OF THE ORGANIZATION AT THE TIME OF APPLICATION FOR THE GROUP FARE AND SHALL HAVE BEEN SUCH A MEMBER FOR AT LEAST SIX MONTHS IMMEDIATELY PRIOR TO THE DATE ON WHICH THE TRANSPORTATION WILL COMMENCE.

                             (FF) THE TRAVEL GROUP MAY INCLUDE THE SPOUSE

                                  AND DEPENDENT CHILDREN OF A MEMBER OF

                                  THE ORGANIZATION FROM WHICH THE PARTY TO BE TRANSPORTED IS DRAWN AND PARENTS OF A MEMBER LIVING IN THE SAME HOUSEHOLD AS THE MEMBER; PROVIDED, HOWEVER, THAT ANYSUCH SPOUSE, DEPENDENT CHILDREN ORPARENTS ARE ACCOMPANIED ON THE FLIGHT BY SUCH MEMBER UNLESS THE MEMBER HAS BEEN COMPELLED TO CANCEL HIS PASSAGE AND ONLYIF SUCH MEMBER'S FARE IS NOT REFUNDED.

                   (B)  OWN USE GROUPS

                        THE TRAVEL GROUP SHALL BE FORMED ONLY FOR OWN USE

                        OF ONE PERSON (WHICH EXPRESSION SHALL INCLUDE AN

                        INDIVIDUAL PERSON OR A LEGAL ENTITY SUCH AS AN

                        ASSOCIATION, PARTNERSHIP, COMPANY OR CORPORATION)

                        (HEREINAFTER REFERRED TO AS "THE PURCHASER");

                        PROVIDED THAT SUCH PURCHASER SHALL NOT, WHOLLY OR

                        PARTIALLY, DIRECTLY OR INDIRECTLY, SHARE THE COST

                        OF THE AIR TRANSPORTATION WITH OTHER PERSONS

                        INTERESTED IN OBTAINING SUCH TRANSPORTATION

                        INCLUDING THE PASSENGERS CARRIED.  NOTWITHSTANDING THE FOREGOING, SUCH COST MAY HAVE BEEN RAISED BY VOLUNTARY CONTRIBUTIONS; PROVIDED THAT:

                        (I)  THE VOLUNTARY CONTRIBUTIONS ARE NOT SOLICITEDNOR OBTAINED SOLELY FROM THE PASSENGERS TO BECARRIED;

                       (II)  PARTICIPATION IN THE TRAVEL GROUP IS NOT

                             LIMITED TO THOSE ACTUALLY CONTRIBUTING;

                      (III)  THE MINIMUM AMOUNT OF EACH PERSON'SCONTRIBUTION HAS NOT BEEN PRESCRIBED BY THE                             PURCHASER, AND

                       (IV)  EACH PERSON TO BE INCLUDED IN THE TRAVEL

                             GROUP IS SELECTED BY THE PURCHASER AND FOR

                             REASONS OTHER THAN SUCH PERSON'S REQUEST THATHE BE INCLUDED IN THE TRAVEL GROUP.

                   (C)  INCENTIVE GROUPS

                        INCENTIVE TRAVEL GROUPS SHALL BE COMPRISED OF

                        GROUPS OF EMPLOYEES AND/OR DEALERS AND/OR AGENTS

                        (INCLUDING SPOUSES) OF THE SAME BUSINESS FIRM(S),

                        CORPORATION(S) OR ENTERPRISE(S) (EXCLUDING

                        NON-PROFIT ORGANIZATIONS) TRAVELING UNDER AN

                        ESTABLISHED INCENTIVE TRAVEL PROGRAM, WHICH

                        REWARDS THE EMPLOYEES, DEALERS AND/OR AGENTS FOR

                        PAST WORK OR PROVIDES AN INCENTIVE FOR FUTURE

                        ACTIVITIES; PROVIDED THAT:

                        (I)  THE INCENTIVE TRAVEL PROGRAM SHALL INCLUDE

                             AIR TRANSPORTATION, ACCOMMODATION,

                             SIGHTSEEING, ENTERTAINMENT AND OTHER FEATURES THE COST OF WHICH IS BORNE ENTIRELY BY SUCH FIRM/CORPORATION/ENTERPRISE AND NOT PASSED ON DIRECTLY OR INDIRECTLY TO THE EMPLOYEES, DEALERS OR AGENTS;

                       (II)  OFFICIALS (AND SPOUSES) OF SUCH FIRM,

                             CORPORATION OR ENTERPRISE MAY BE INCLUDED IN

                             THE GROUP IF THEY ARE TRAVELING FOR THE

                             PURPOSE OF MAKING AWARDS OR OFFICIATING IN

                             THE INCENTIVE TRAVEL PROGRAM;

                      (III)  EACH MEMBER OF THE INCENTIVE GROUP IS A

                             MEMBER OF THE ORGANIZATION AT THE TIME OF

                             APPLICATION FOR GROUP FARE.

              (4)  DOCUMENTATION

                   (A)  WRITTEN APPLICATION SHALL BE IN THE FORM REQUIRED

                        BY THE ISSUING CARRIER, SETTING FORTH THE NAMES

                        AND TOTAL NUMBER OF PASSENGERS, THE INCLUSIVE TOUR CODE NUMBER, AND SHALL BE SIGNED BY EITHER THE APPLICANT, TOUR OPERATOR OR A SINGLE PASSENGERSALES AGENT (ALSO REFERRED TO AS THE "TRAVELORGANIZER").  SUCH APPLICATION SHALL BE SUBMITTED TO THE "ISSUING CARRIER" (THE CARRIER WHOSE TICKETS ARE TO BE ISSUED) PRIOR TO THE COMMENCEMENT OF OUTBOUND TRAVEL.

                   (B)  (APPLICABLE TO GROUP INCLUSIVE TOUR FARES ONLY)

                        THERE MUST BE VOUCHERS SPECIFYING SLEEPING

                        ACCOMMODATIONS AND VOUCHERS SPECIFYING SIGHTSEEING TOURS AND OTHER FEATURES OF THE TOUR.  SUCH DOCUMENTATION, INCLUDING THOSE FOR GROUND TRANSPORTATION, MUST BE AVAILABLE FOR INSPECTION DURING CHECK-IN PRIOR TO COMMENCEMENT OF THEOUTWARD TRANSPACIFIC PORTION OF TRAVEL.

         K    TOURS (CATEGORY 27)

              (1)  TOUR FEATURES

                   UNLESS OTHERWISE INDICATED IN A PARTICULAR RULE, THE

                   FARES SHALL APPLY ONLY AS A PART OF AN INCLUSIVE TOUR.

                   IN ADDITION TO AIR TRANSPORTATION, THE INCLUSIVE TOUR

                   MUST INCLUDE IN THE PUBLISHED PRICE AND APPROPRIATE

                   TOUR LITERATURE, FEATURES OR OPTIONS AS SPECIFIED BELOW WHICH MUST BE PAID FOR PRIOR TO COMMENCEMENT OF THE TOUR.

                   (A)  SLEEPING ACCOMMODATIONS FOR THE TOTAL DURATION OF

                        THE ROUND, CIRCLE, SINGLE OR OPEN JAW TRIP, IN

                        HOTELS, MOTELS (INCLUDING COMMERCIALLY OPERATED

                        MOBILE/IMMOBILE CARAVAN/ TRAILERS), IN

                        COMMERCIALLY OPERATED PENSIONS OR TENTS.  SLEEPING ACCOMMODATIONS MAY BE PROVIDED ON MEANS OF PUBLIC TRANSPORTATION, PROVIDED THAT SUCH TRANSPORTATION AND SLEEPING ACCOMMODATIONS ARE FEATURED IN APPROVED TOUR LITERATURE.

                   (B)  A PROGRAM OF ONE OR MORE OF THE FOLLOWING FOR AT

                        LEAST HALF OF THE NUMBER OF DAYS IN THE TOTAL

                        TRIP:

                        (I)  SIGHTSEEING,

                       (II)  ENTERTAINMENT FEATURE,

                      (III)  MOTOR COACH TRIPS,

                       (IV)  RAIL TRIPS, OR

                        (V)  CAR RENTALS (NOT TO INCLUDE THE PURCHASE OF

                             CARS)

                   (C)  ANY MODIFICATION TO APPROVED AIR ITINERARIES SHALL BE SUBJECT TO ONE OF THE FOLLOWING PROVISIONS:

                        (I)  (APPLICABLE TO GROUP INCLUSIVE TOUR AND

                             ADVANCE PURCHASE EXCURSION FARES)

                             MODIFICATION TO APPROVED AIR ITINERARIES

                             SHALL BE PERMITTED ONLY WHEN AND TO THE

                             EXTENT MODIFICATION OF THE ITINERARY OF THE

                             ENTIRE TRAVEL GROUP IS NECESSITATED BY

                             CIRCUMSTANCES BEYOND THE CONTROL OF THE TOUR

                             OPERATOR.  OTHER REVISIONS TO THE APPROVED

                             AIR ITINERARIES WILL BE CONSIDERED AS

                             CANCELLATIONS OF PREVIOUSLY CONFIRMED SPACE

                             AND THE PROVISIONS OUTLINED IN RULE 90

                             (REFUNDS) AND IN THE APPLICABLE FARE RULE

                             SHALL APPLY.

                       (II)  (APPLICABLE TO NON-AFFINITY AND AFFINITY,

                             INCENTIVE OR OWN USE GROUPS) MODIFICATION TO

                             APPROVED AIR ITINERARIES SHALL NOT BE                             PERMITTED AND SHALL BE CONSIDERED ASCANCELLATION OF PREVIOUSLY CONFIRMED SPACE. IN SUCH INSTANCES, THE PROVISIONS OUTLINED IN RULE 90 (REFUNDS) AND IN THE APPLICABLE FARE RULE SHALL APPLY, PROVIDED THAT, THE ENTIRE TRAVEL GROUP MAY RETURN TO THE POINT OF DEPARTURE AT AN EARLIER DATE THAN INDICATED ON THE APPLICATION ON SERVICES OF THE SAME CARRIER(S) SPECIFIED IN THE APPLICATION.

              (2)  MINIMUM TOUR PRICE

                   THE TERM "MINIMUM TOUR PRICE" SHALL BE UNDERSTOOD TO

                   MEAN THE MINIMUM SELLING PRICE OF THE TOUR PER

                   PASSENGER.

                   (A)  THE MINIMUM SELLING PRICE OF THE INCLUSIVE TOUR,

                        NORMALLY EXPRESSED AS THE APPLICABLE INCLUSIVE

                        TOUR FARE PLUS A SPECIFIC DOLLAR AMOUNT.  THE

                        PRICE OF SUCH TOUR FEATURES OR OPTIONS MAY NOT BE

                        LESS THAN THE AMOUNT SPECIFIED IN THE PARTICULAR

                        FARE RULE.

                   (B)  ANY INCREASE IN THE MINIMUM SELLING PRICE DUE TO

                        EXTRA DAYS OF STAY EN ROUTE.

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K    APPLICATION OF TARIFF

              (A)  GENERAL

                   (1)  THIS TARIFF SHALL APPLY TO CARRIAGE OF PASSENGERS

                        AND BAGGAGE (AND SERVICES RELATED TO SUCH

                        CARRIAGE) ON XIAMEN AIRLINES OR JOINTLY VIA THE

                        SERVICES OF XIAMEN AIRLINES AND OTHER CARRIERS

                        PARTICIPATING IN THIS TARIFF.

                   (2)  THE PROVISIONS OUTLINED IN THIS TARIFF SHALL APPLY TO TRANSPORTATION OF PASSENGERS AND/OR BAGGAGE AT FARES/CHARGES OUTLINED IN THIS TARIFF.  THESE RULES CONSTITUTE THE CONDITIONS APPLYING TO THE CONTRACT FOR CARRIAGE AND ARE EXPRESSLY AGREED TO BY THE PASSENGER TO THE SAME EXTENT AS IF SUCH RULES WERE INCLUDED AS CONDITIONS IN THE CONTRACT OF CARRIAGE.

                   (3)  INTERNATIONAL TRANSPORTATION SHALL BE SUBJECT TO

                        THE RULES RELATING TO LIABILITY ESTABLISHED BY THE CONVENTION FOR UNIFICATION OF CERTAIN RULES RELATING TO INTERNATIONAL CARRIAGE BY AIR SIGNED IN WARSAW, OCTOBER 12, 1929 AS AMENDED BY THE PROTOCOL SIGNED AT THE HAGUE, SEPTEMBER 28, 1955. THE CONVENTION FOR THE UNIFICATION OF CERTAIN RULES FOR INTERNATIONAL CARRIAGE BY AIR, DONE AT MONTREAL ON 28TH MAY 1999 (HEREINAFTER REFERRED TO AS THE MONTREAL CONVENTION).  ONLY RULE 55 (LIABILITY OF CARRIERS) PARAGRAPH (B)(1) OF THIS TARIFF SHALL STATE ANY LIMITATION ON THE CARRIER'S LIABILITY FOR PERSONAL INJURY OR DEATH.  INSOFAR AS ANY OTHER PORTION OF THIS TARIFF REFERS TO OTHER LIMITATIONS OR CONDITIONS ON THE LIABILITY FOR PERSONAL INJURY OR DEATH, SUCH REFERENCES ARE INCLUDED IN THIS TARIFF AS A PART OF THE TARIFF FILED WITH GOVERNMENTS OTHER THAN THE U.S.A. AND ARE NOT AS PART OF THIS TARIFF FILED WITH THE UNITED STATES DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION.

                   (4)  OVERRIDING LAW IF ANY PROVISION CONTAINED OR

                        REFERRED TO IN THE TICKET OR IN THIS TARIFF IS

                        CONTRARY TO MANDATORY LAW, GOVERNMENT REGULATIONS, ORDERS OR REQUIREMENTS, SUCH PROVISION SHALL REMAIN APPLICABLE TO THE EXTENT THAT IT IS NOTOVER-RIDDEN BY SUCH LAW/REGULATION/ORDER/REQUIREMENT.  THE INVALIDITY

                        OF ANY PROVISION SHALL NOT AFFECT ANY OTHER PART.

                   (5)  MODIFICATION AND WAIVER NO AGENT, SERVANT OR

                        REPRESENTATIVE OF THE CARRIER HAS AUTHORITY TO

                        ALTER, MODIFY OR WAIVE ANY PROVISION OF THE

                        CONTRACT OF CARRIAGE OR THIS TARIFF.

                   (6)  EXCEPT AS OTHERWISE PROVIDED, CHARGES OR MONETARY

                        AMOUNTS SHOWN IN THIS TARIFF IN DOLLARS OR CENTS

                        ARE STATED IN TERMS OF LAWFUL U.S. CURRENCY.

                   (7)  FARE RULE PROVISIONS, LOCAL OR JOINT FARES,

                        INCLUDING ARBITRARIES CONTAINED IN THE ON-LINE

                        TARIFF DATABASE MAINTAINED BY AIRLINE TARIFF

                        PUBLISHING COMPANY, AGENT ON BEHALF OF MF ARE

                        CONSIDERED TO BE PART OF THIS TARIFF.

              (B)  GRATUITOUS CARRIAGE

                   WITH RESPECT TO GRATUITOUS CARRIAGE, MF RESERVES THE

                   RIGHT TO EXCLUDE THE APPLICATION OF ALL OR ANY PART OF

                   THIS TARIFF.

              (C)  CHANGE WITHOUT NOTICE

                   RULES, REGULATIONS AND CONDITIONS OF CARRIAGE ARE

                   SUBJECT TO CHANGE WITHOUT NOTICE EXCEPT AS REQUIRED BY

                   APPLICABLE LAWS, ORDERS OR GOVERNMENT REGULATIONS.

                   HOWEVER, ANY CHANGE IN A CONTRACT FOR CARRIAGE WILL NOTAPPLY IF SUCH CARRIAGE HAS ALREADY COMMENCED.

              (D)  GUARANTEED DAY OF PURCHASE PROVISIONS

                   THE APPLICABLE RULES, FARES AND CHARGES FOR CARRIAGE OF PASSENGERS AND/OR BAGGAGE ARE THOSE IN EFFECT ON THE DATE OF COMMENCEMENT OF CARRIAGE COVERED BY THE FIRST FLIGHT COUPON OF A TICKET.  WHEN THERE IS A DIFFERENCE BETWEEN THE FARE/CHARGES ORIGINALLY COLLECTED AND THE FARE/CHARGES IN EFFECT ON THE DATE OF COMMENCEMENT OF TRAVEL (FROM THE POINT OF ORIGIN), THE PASSENGER MAY BE ENTITLED TO A REFUND OF ANY OVER-COLLECTED AMOUNT OR MAY BE SUBJECT TO ADDITIONAL COLLECTION FOR ANY UNDER-COLLECTED AMOUNT.

                   EXCEPTION:  FOR TRAVEL ORIGINATING IN THE U.S.A., NO

                               INCREASE WILL BE COLLECTED IN CASES WHERE

                               THE TICKET HAS BEEN ISSUED PRIOR TO THE

                               EFFECTIVE DATE OF A TARIFF CONTAINING AN

                               INCREASE IN THE APPLICABLE FARE, EFFECTED

                               THROUGH A CHANGE IN FARE LEVEL, A CHANGE IN CONDITIONS GOVERNING THE FARE, OR A CANCELLATION OF THE FARE ITSELF, PROVIDED:

                               (1)  THE ORIGINATING INTERNATIONAL FLIGHT

                                    COUPON OF THE TICKET WAS ISSUED FOR A

                                    SPECIFIC FLIGHT AT THE FARE CONTAINED

                                    IN A TARIFF LAWFULLY IN EFFECT ON THE

                                    DATE OF TICKET ISSUANCE (DETERMINED BY THE VALIDATION STAMPED OR IMPRINTED ON THE TICKET)

                               (2)  THE ORIGINATING INTERNATIONAL FLIGHT

                                    SHOWN ON THE TICKET IS NOT VOLUNTARILY CHANGED AT THE PASSENGER'S REQUEST SUBSEQUENT TO THE EFFECTIVE DATE OF ANY INCREASE IN THE APPLICABLE FARE.

                                    NOTE:   THE PROVISIONS OF

                                            SUB-PARAGRAPHS (1) AND (2)

                                            ABOVE WILL NOT APPLY TO

                                            TICKETS ISSUED AT PUBLISHED

                                            STANDBY FARES.

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K    CLASSES OF SERVICE

 

              (A)  FIRST CLASS SERVICE

                   (1)  THE FIRST CLASS SECTION WILL BE LOCATED IN THE

                        FORWARD-MOST COMPARTMENT OF THE AIRCRAFT.

                   (2)  SEPARATE CHECK-IN FACILITIES WILL BE PROVIDED FOR

                        PASSENGERS ELIGIBLE FOR FIRST CLASS SEATING, WHEN

                        AIRPORT SPACE AND STAFFING PERMIT.

                   (3)  PASSENGERS ELIGIBILE FOR FIRST CLASS SEATING WILL

                        BE AFFORDED USE OF FIRST CLASS LOUNGE WHERE SUCH

                        FACILITIES EXIST.

                   (4)  PASSENGERS ELIGIBLE FOR FIRST CLASS SEATING WILL

                        BE AFFORDED A CHOICE OF DELUXE CHINESE OR WESTERN

                        STYLE MEALS AND IN-FLIGHT AMENITIES SUCH AS

                        SLEEPER SEATS (WHERE AVAILABLE) COMPLIMENTARY

                        BEVERAGES (INCLUDING COCKTAILS), SLIPPERS,

                        REFRESHER KITS AND THE COMPLIMENTARY USE OF

                        HEADSETS FOR AUDIO-VISUAL ENTERTAINMENT (WHEN

                        FLIGHT TIME PERMITS).

              (B)  EXECUTIVE CLASS SERVICE

                   (1)  EXECUTIVE CLASS SECTION WILL BE LOCATED

                        IMMEDIATELY BEHIND THE FIRST CLASS SECTION.

                   (2)  SEPARATE CHECK-IN FACILITIES WILL BE PROVIDED FOR

                        PASSENGERS ELIGIBLE FOR EXECUTIVE CLASS SEATING,

                        WHEN AIRPORT SPACE AND STAFFING PERMIT.

                   (3)  EXECUTIVE CLASS PASSENGERS WILL BE ELIGIBLE FOR A

                        CHOICE OF CHINESE OR WESTERN STYLE MEALS AND

                        IN-FLIGHT AMENITIES SUCH AS WIDER SEATS, SPECIAL

                        FOOTRESTS, COMPLIMENTARY BEVERAGES (INCLUDING

                        COCKTAILS), REFRESHER KIT AND THE COMPLIMENTARY

                        USE OF HEADSETS FOR AUDIO-VISUAL ENTERTAINMENT

                        (WHEN FLIGHT TIME PERMITS).

              (C)  ECONOMY CLASS SERVICE

                   (1)  ECONOMY CLASS SECTION WILL BE LOCATED BEHIND THE

                        EXECUTIVE CLASS SECTION.

                   (2)  ECONOMY CLASS PASSENGERS WILL BE AFFORDED

                        IN-FLIGHT AMENITIES SUCH AS COMPLIMENTARY

                        BEVERAGES (EXCLUDING COCKTAILS) AND WILL BE

                        OFFERED HEADSETS FOR RENT FOR AUDIO-VISUAL

                        ENTERTAINMENT (WHEN FLIGHT TIME PERMITS).

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K    ELECTRONIC SURVEILLANCE OF PASSENGERS AND BAGGAGE

 

              PASSENGERS AND THEIR BAGGAGE ARE SUBJECT TO INSPECTION WITH

              AN ELECTRONIC DETECTOR WITH OR WITHOUT THE PASSENGER'S

              CONSENT OR KNOWLEDGE.

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K   TRANSPORTATION OF PERSONS WITH DISABILITIES

              (A)  ACCEPTANCE FOR CARRIAGE

                   THE CARRIER WILL MAKE EVERY EFFORT TO ACCOMMODATE A

                   PERSON WITH A DISABILITY AND WILL NOT REFUSE TO

                   TRANSPORT A PERSON SOLELY BASED ON HIS/HER DISABILITY.

                   IN INSTANCES WHEN REFUSING TRANSPORTATION TO A PERSON

                   WITH A DISABILITY IS NECESSARY, THE CARRIER WILL

                   PROVIDE A WRITTEN EXPLANATION TO THE PERSON FOR THE

                   DECISION TO REFUSE CARRIAGE AT THE TIME OF THE REFUSAL.

              (B)  ACCEPTANCE OF DECLARATION OF SELF-RELIANCE

                   EXCEPT FOR APPLICABLE SAFETY-RELATED RULES AND

                   REGULATIONS, THE CARRIER WILL ACCEPT THE DETERMINATION

                   MADE BY OR ON BEHALF OF A PERSON WITH A DISABILITY AS

                   TO SELF-RELIANCE.ONCE ADVISED THAT HE OR SHE IS

                   "SELF-RELIANT," THE CARRIER SHALL NOT REFUSE SUCH

                   PASSENGER TRANSPORTATION ON THE BASIS THAT THE PERSON

                   WITH A DISABILITY IS NOT ACCOMPANIED BY A PERSONAL

                   ATTENDANT OR BASED ON THE ASSUMPTION THAT THE PASSENGER MAY REQUIRE ASSISTANCE FROM AIRLINE EMPLOYEES INMEETING THE PASSENGER'S NEEDS SUCH AS ASSISTANCE WITH EATING, USING THE WASHROOM FACILITIES OR ADMINISTERING MEDICATION WHICH ARE BEYOND THE RANGE OF SERVICES THAT ARE NORMALLY OFFERED BY THE CARRIER.

              (C)  MEDICAL CLEARANCE

                   A CARRIER WILL NOT AUTOMATICALLY REQUIRE A MEDICAL

                   CERTIFICATE FROM PERSONS WITH DISABILITIES AS A

                   CONDITION OF TRAVEL.  RATHER, A CARRIER MAY, IN GOOD

                   FAITH AND USING IT REASONABLE DISCRETION, DETERMINE

                   THAT A PERSON WITH A DISABILITY REQUIRES MEDICAL

                   CLEARANCE WHERE THEIR SAFETY OR WELL-BEING, OR THAT OF

                   OTHER PASSENGERS, CANNOT BE GUARANTEED.  WHERE A

                   CARRIER REFUSES TO TRANSPORT A PASSENGER FOR SUCH

                   REASONS, A WRITTEN EXPLANATION MUST BE PROVIDED AT THE

                   TIME OF REFUSAL.

              (D)  ADVANCE NOTICE

                   WHERE A PASSENGER REQUESTS A SERVICE SET OUT IN THIS

                   RULE AT LEAST 48 HOURS PRIOR TO DEPARTURE, THE CARRIER

                   WILL PROVIDE THE SERVICE.  SUCH REQUESTS SHOULD BE MADE BY THE PASSENGER AT THE TIME OF RESERVATION, AND AS FAR IN ADVANCE OF TRAVEL AS POSSIBLE.  WHERE A PASSENGER REQUESTS A SERVICE LESS THAN 48 HOURS PRIOR TO DEPARTURE, THE CARRIER WILL MAKE A REASONABLE EFFORT TO

                   PROVIDE THE SERVICE.

              (E)  SEATING RESTRICTIONS AND ASSIGNMENTS

                   WHEN A PERSON IDENTIFIES THE NATURE OF HIS OR HER

                   DISABILITY, THE CARRIER WILL INFORM THE PASSENGER OF

                   THE AVAILABLE SEATS THAT ARE MOST ACCESSIBLE AND THEN

                   ESTABLISH WITH THAT PASSENGER AN APPROPRIATE SEAT

                   ASSIGNMENT.

                   PASSENGERS WITH A DISABILITY WILL NOT BE PERMITTED TO

                   OCCUPY SEATS IN DESIGNATED EMERGENCY EXIT ROWS, OR

                   OTHERWISE IN ACCORDANCE WITH APPLICABLE SAFETY-RELATED

                   RULES AND REGULATIONS.

                   PERSONS WITH DISABILITIES AND THEIR ATTENDANTS WILL, IF THEY SO REQUEST, BE SEATED TOGETHER OR IN OTHER SEATING ARRANGEMENTS OF THEIR CHOICE.

              (F)  ACCEPTANCE OF AIDS

                   IN ADDITION TO THE REGULAR BAGGAGE ALLOWANCE, THE

                   CARRIER WILL ACCEPT, WITHOUT CHARGE, AS PRIORITY

                   CHECKED BAGGAGE, MOBILITY AIDS, INCLUDING:

                        (1)  AN ELECTRIC WHEELCHAIR, A SCOOTER OR A

                             MANUALLY OPERATED RIGID-FRAME WHEELCHAIR;

                        (2)  A MANUALLY OPERATED FOLDING WHEELCHAIR;

                        (3)  A WALKER, A CANE, CRUTCHES OR BRACES;

                        (4)  ANY DEVICE THAT ASSISTS THE PERSON TO

                             COMMUNICATE; AND

                        (5)  ANY PROSTHESIS OR MEDICAL DEVICE.

                   WHERE SPACE PERMITS, THE CARRIER WILL, WITHOUT CHARGE,

                   PERMIT THE PERSON TO STORE A MANUALLY OPERATED FOLDING

                   WHEELCHAIR AND SMALL AIDS IN THE PASSENGER CABIN DURINGTHE FLIGHT. THE ASSEMBLING AND DISASSEMBLING OF MOBILITY AIDS ISPROVIDED BY THE CARRIER WITHOUR CHARGE.WHEELCHAIRS AND MOBILITY AIDS WILL BE THE LAST ITEMS TO BE STOWED IN THE AIRCRAFT HOLD AND THE FIRST ITEMS TO BE REMOVED.

              (G)  MANUALLY OPERATED WHEELCHAIR ACCESS

                   WHEN FACILITIES PERMIT AND SECURITY ALLOWS, THE CARRIER WILL PERMIT THE PERSON WHO USES A MANUALLY OPERATED WHEELCHAIR TO REMAIN IN THE WHEELCHAIR:

                        (1)  UNTIL THE PERSON REACHES THE BOARDING GATE;

                        (2)  WHERE FACILITIES PERMIT, WHILE THE PERSON IS

                             MOVING BETWEEN THE TERMINAL AND THE DOOR OF

                             THE AIRCRAFT;

                        (3)  WHERE SPACE AND FACILITIES PERMIT, WHILE THE

                             PERSON IS MOVING BETWEEN THE TERMINAL ANDTHE

                             PASSENGER SEAT.                                     

              (H) SERVICE ANIMALS

                  THE CARRIER WILL ACCEPT FOR TRANSPORTATION, WITHOUT

                  CHARGE, A SERVICE ANIMAL REQUIRED TO ASSIST A PERSON

                  WITH A DISABILITY PROVIDED THAT THE ANIMAL IS PROPERLY

                  HARNESSED AND CERTIFIED, IN WRITING, AS HAVING BEEN

                  TRAINED BY A PROFESSIONAL SERVICE ANIMAL INSTITUTION, TOACCOMPANY THE PERSON ON BOARD THE AIRCRAFT AND TO REMAINON THE FLOOR AT THE PERSON'S PASSENGER SEAT.  FOR THE COMFORT OF ALL PASSENGERS, THE CARRIER STAFF WILL DETERMINE, IN CONSULTATION WITH THE PERSON WITH A DISABILITY, WHERE THE PERSON AND SERVICE ANIMAL WILL BESEATED.  SHOULD INJURY OR DEATH OF A SERVICE ANIMALRESULT FROM THE FAULT OR NEGLIGENCE OF THE CARRIER, THE CARRIER WILL UNDERTAKE TO PROVIDE EXPEDITIOUSLY, AND ATITS OWN EXPENSE, MEDICAL CARE, OR REPLACEMENT OF THE ANIMAL.

              (I) SERVICES TO BE PROVIDED TO PERSONS WITH DISABILITIES

                  THE CARRIER WILL ENSURE THAT SERVICES ARE PROVIDED TO

                  PERSONS WITH DISABILITIES WHEN A REQUEST FOR SUCH

                  SERVICES IS MADE AT LEAST 48 HOURS PRIOR TO DEPARTURE,

                  AND WILL MAKE REASONABLE EFFORTS TO ACCOMMODATE REQUESTS NOT MADE WITHIN THIS TIME LIMIT.  SERVICES TO BE PROVIDED UPON REQUEST (WITHOUT THE NEED FOR ADVANCE                  NOTICE) INCLUDE:

                      (1) ASSISTING WITH REGISTRATION AT THE CHECK-IN

                          COUNTER:

                      (2) ASSISTING IN PROCEEDING TO THE BOARDING AREA;

                      (3) ASSISTING IN BOARDING AND DEPLANING;

                      (4) ASSISTING IN STOWING AND RETRIEVING CARRY-ON

                          BAGGAGE AND RETRIEVING CHECKED BAGGAGE;

                      (5) ASSISTING IN MOVING TO AND FROM AN AIRCRAFT

                          LAVATORY;

                      (6) ASSISTING IN PROCEEDING TO THE GENERAL PUBLIC

                          AREA OR, IN SOME CASES, TO A REPRESENTATIVE OF

                          ANOTHER CARRIER;

                      (7) TRANSFERRING A PERSON BETWEEN THE PERSON'S OWN

                          MOBILITY AID AND A MOBILITY AID PROVIDED BY THE

                          CARRIER;

                      (8) TRANSFERRING A PERSON BETWEEN A MOBILITY AID AND THE PERSON'S PASSENGER SEAT;

                      (9) PROVIDING LIMITED ASSISTANCE WITH MEALS, SUCH AS OPENING PACKAGES, IDENTIFYING ITEMS AND CUTTINGLARGE FOOD PORTIONS:

                      (10)INQUIRING PERIODICALLY DURING A FLIGHT ABOUT A PERSON'S NEEDS; AND

                      (11) BRIEFING INDIVIDUAL PASSENGERS WITH DISABILITIES AND THEIR ATTENDANT ON EMERGENCY PROCEDURES AND THE LAYOUT OF THE CABIN.                                    

              (J) BOARDING AND DEPLANING

                  PERSONS WITH DISABILITIES NEEDING ASSISTANCE WITH

                  BOARDING AND DEPLANING MAY BE REQUIRED TO BOARD

                  SEPARATELY (NORMALLY PRIOR TO ALL OTHER PASSENGERS) AND

                  DISEMBARK SEPARATELY NORMALLY AFTER ALL OTHER

                  PASSENGERS.

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K    REFUSAL TO TRANSPORT-LIMITATION OF CARRIAGE

                   REFUSAL, CANCELLATION OR REMOVAL

                   (A)  MF WILL REFUSE TO CARRY, CANCEL THE RESERVED SPACE OF, OR REMOVE EN ROUTE ANY PASSENGER:

                        (1)  WHEN SUCH ACTION IS NECESSARY FOR REASONS OF

                             SAFETY;

                        (2)  WHEN SUCH ACTION IS NECESSARY TO PREVENT

                             VIOLATION OF ANY APPLICABLE LAWS, REGULATIONS OR ORDERS OF ANY STATE OR COUNTRY TO BE FLOWN FROM, INTO OR OVER;

            (3)  WHEN CONDUCT, AGE, STATUS OR MENTAL OR

                 PHYSICAL CONDITION OF THE PASSENGER IS SUCH

                 AS TO:

                 (A)  RENDER HIM/HER INCAPABLE OF CARING FOR

                      HIMSELF/HERSELF WITHOUT SPECIAL

                      ASSISTANCE OR MEDICAL TREATMENT OF

                      CARRIER EN ROUTE, UNLESS THE PASSENGER

                      IS ACCOMPANIED BY A PERSONAL ATTENDANT

                      WHO WILL BE RESPONSIBLE FOR ASSISTING

                      WITH THE PASSENGER'S NEEDS EN ROUTE

                      WHICH ARE BEYOND THE RANGE OF SERVICES

                      THAT ARE NORMALLY OFFERED BY THE

                      CARRIER; OR

                      NOTE: (FOR TRANSPORTATION TO/FROM AND

                      WITHIN CANADA) THE CARRIER WILL ACCEPT

                      THE DETERMINATION OF A PERSON WITH A

                      DISABILITY AS TO SELF-RELIANCE.

                 (B)  HAVE A CONTAGIOUS DISEASE OR AN

                      OFFENSIVE ODOR; OR

                 (C)  INVOLVE ANY HAZARD OR RISK TO THE

                      PASSENGER OR OTHER PERSONS (INCLUDING IN THE CASE OF EXPECTANT MOTHERS, UNBORN CHILDREN) OR TO PROPERTY.  THE CARRIER CAN REQUIRE THE PASSENGER TO PROVIDE A MEDICAL CERTIFICATE THAT THEN MAY BE ASSESSED BY THE CARRIER'S OWN MEDICALOFFICER AS A CONDITION OF THE PASSENGER'S ACCEPTANCE FOR SUBSEQUENT TRAVEL.  THE CARRIER MAY REFUSE TRANSPORTATION TO THE PERSON POSING SUCHHAZARD OR RISK.

                      NOTE:  PREGNANT PASSENGERS:

                      (I)  AN EXPECTANT MOTHER WITH A

                           COMPLICATION-FREE PREGNANCY CAN

                           TRAVEL ON THE CARRIER'S FLIGHTS UP

                           TO 32ND WEEK OF HER PREGNANCY

                           WITHOUT A MEDICAL CERTIFICATE.

                     (II)  AN EXPECTANT MOTHER WHO IS IN OR

                           BEYOND THE 32ND WEEK OF HER

                           PREGNANCY MUST PRESENT A MEDICAL

                           CERTIFICATE, DATED WITHIN 72 HOURS

                           OF THE SCHEDULED TIME OF DEPARTURE. THE CERTIFICATE MUST STATE THAT THEPHYSICIAN HAS EXAMINED THE PATIENT AND FOUND HER TO BE PHYSICALLY FIT FOR TRAVEL BY AIR AND THE ESTIMATED DATE OF BIRTH.

                    (III)  AN EXPECTANT MOTHER WHO IS IN OR

                           BEYOND THE 36TH WEEK OF HER

                           PREGNANCY, MF WILL REFUSE TO CARRY

                           IN PRINCIPLE.

            EXCEPTION 1:   SUCH PASSENGERS MAY BE CARRIED ON

                           THE EXPRESS CONDITION THAT THE

                           CARRIER SHALL NOT BE LIABLE FOR ANYINJURY OR DISABILITY, OR ANYAGGRAVATION OR CONSEQUENCE (INCLUDING DEATH) CAUSED BY SUCHSTATUS, AGE OR MENTAL OR PHYSICALCONDITION.

                           NOTE: ONLY RULE 55, (LIABILITY OF

                                 CARRIERS) PARAGRAPH (C)(6) INTHIS TARIFF MAY STATE ANY LIMITATION ON THE CARRIER'S LIABILITY FOR PERSONAL INJURY OR DEATH. INSOFAR AS ANY OTHER PORTION OF THIS TARIFF REFERS TO OTHER LIMITATIONSOR CONDITIONS ON THE LIABILITY FOR PERSONAL INJURY OR DEATH, SUCH REFERENCES ARE INCLUDED IN THIS TARIFF AS A PART OF THE TARIFF FILED WITH GOVERNMENTS OTHER THAN THE U.S.A. AND CANADA AND ARE NOT PART OF THIS TARIFF FILED WITH THEUNITED STATES DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION AND CANADIANTRANSPORTATION AGENCY.

            EXCEPTION 2:   THE CARRIER WILL ACCEPT INFANTS IN

                           INCUBATORS AND PASSENGERS WHO

                           REQUIRE RESPIRATORY DEVICES OR

                           OTHER LIFE SUPPORT SYSTEMS UNDER

                           THE FOLLOWING CONDITIONS:

                           (A)  SUCH PASSENGERS MUST BE

                                ACCOMPANIED BY A MEDICALLY

                                TRAINED, OR OTHER SUITABLE

                                ESCORT;

                           (B)  ADVANCE ARRANGEMENTS MUST BE

                                MADE WITH THE CARRIER;

                           (C)  A PHYSICIAN'S STATEMENT

                                INDICATING FITNESS FOR AIR

                                TRAVEL AND A LIABILITY RELEASE STATEMENT SIGNED BY THE PASSENGER, GUARDIAN OR RESPONSIBLE FAMILY MEMBER MUST BE SUBMITTED TO THE CARRIER;

                           (D)  APPROVAL TO BOARD LIFE SUPPORTSYSTEMS IN THE PASSENGER CABIN OF THE AIRCRAFT MUST BE OBTAINED IN ADVANCE FROM THE CARRIER SINCE FAA EXEMPTION MAY BE REQUIRED;

                           (E)  WHEN A PASSENGER SEAT IS

                                REQUIRED FOR THE CARRIAGE OF

                                LIFE SUPPORT SYSTEMS, THE

                                APPLICABLE CHARGE FOR BULKY

                                CABIN BAGGAGE (OUTLINED IN

                                RULE 115 (BAGGAGE REGULATIONS) HEREIN) SHALL APPLY FOR ADULT PASSENGERS AND CHILDREN AT LEAST 2 YEARS OF AGE.  LIFE SUPPORT SYSTEMS FOR INFANTS UNDER 2 YEARS OF AGE MAY BE CARRIED IN A SEAT FOR THE APPLICABLE CHILDREN'S FARE THAT CORRESPONDS TO THE ACCOMPANYING ADULT(S) TICKETS.

                        (4)  WHEN THE PASSENGER REFUSES ON REQUEST TO

                             PRODUCE POSITIVE IDENTIFICATION.  THE CARRIERHAS THE RIGHT, BUT NOT THE OBLIGATION, TOREQUIRE POSITIVE IDENTIFICATION OF PERSONS PURCHASING TICKETS AND/OR PRESENTING TICKETS FOR THE PURPOSE OF BOARDING AN AIRCRAFT.

                        (5)  WHEN A PASSENGER REFUSES TO PERMIT SEARCH OF

                             HIS/HER PERSON OR PROPERTY FOR EXPLOSIVES OR

                             A CONCEALED, DEADLY OR DANGEROUS WEAPON OR

                             ARTICLE.

                   (B)  IF QUESTION ARISES OF ANY AIRCRAFT BEING

                        OVERLOADED, THE CARRIER WILL DECIDE WHICH

                        PASSENGERS OR ARTICLES WILL BE CARRIED.

                   (C)  THE SOLE RECOURSE OF ANY PERSON WHO IS REFUSED

                        CARRIAGE OR REMOVED EN ROUTE FOR ANY REASON

                        SPECIFIED ABOVE, SHALL BE RECOVERY OF THE REFUND

                        VALUE OF THE UNUSED PORTION OF HIS/HER TICKET AS

                        DESCRIBED IN RULE 90 (REFUNDS).

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K    ACCEPTANCE OF CHILDREN

              FOR THE PURPOSES OF THE PRESENT RULE, A MINOR MEANS A PERSONWHO HAS NOT REACHED HIS/HER 18TH BIRTHDAY AS OF THE DATE OF COMMENCEMENT OF TRAVEL.

              (A)  ACCOMPANIED

                   CHILDREN ARE ACCEPTED FOR TRANSPORTATION WHEN

                   ACCOMPANIED ON THE SAME FLIGHT AND IN THE SAME

                   COMPARTMENT BY A PASSENGER AT LEAST 18 YEARS OF AGE.

                   ONLY ONE INFANT WILL BE ACCEPTED FOR CARRIAGE WITH EACH FARE PAYING PASSENGER AT LEAST 18 YEARS OF AGE OCCUPYING THE SAME OR ADJACENT SEAT OCCUPIED BY THEINFANT.

              (B)  UNACCOMPANIED

                   MINORS NOT ACCOMPANIED ON THE SAME FLIGHT AND IN THE

                   SAME COMPARTMENT BY A PASSENGER 18 YEARS OF AGE OR OVER ARE ACCEPTED FOR TRANSPORTATION ONLY UNDER THE

                   FOLLOWING CONDITIONS:

                   (1)  UNDER 5 YEARS OF AGE ALL CLASSES OF SERVICE NOT ACCEPTED UNDER ANY

                        CONDITIONS.

                   (2)  5 TO 12 YEARS  OF AGE UNACCOMPANIED MINOR SERVICE

                        IS MANDATORY.

                   (3)  ACCEPTED ONLY FOR TRANSPORTATION ON MF-OPERATED

                        NON-STOP FLIGHTS.

                   (4)  CONNECTIONS OR MULTI-LEG ITINERARIES ARE NOT

                        PERMITTED.

                   (5)  12 TO 16 YEARS OF AGE UNACCOMPANIED MINOR SERVICE

                        OPTIONAL.

              (C)  CONDITIONS OF APPLICABLE SERVICE

                   (1)  REGISTRATION FOR THE UNACCOMPANIED MINOR SERVICE

                        MUST BE MADE AT LEAST 24 HOURS PRIOR TO DEPARTURE.

                   (2)  THE MINOR MUST BE BROUGHT TO THE AIRPORT OF

                        DEPARTURE BY A PARENT OR RESPONSIBLE ADULT WHO

                        REMAINS WITH THE MINOR UNTIL CARRIER STARTS

                        PROVIDING SUPERVISION, AND WHO MUST FURNISH THE

                        CARRIER WITH SATISFACTORY EVIDENCE THAT THE MINOR

                        WILL BE MET BY ANOTHER PARENT OR RESPONSIBLE ADULT SHOWING PHOTO IDENTIFICATION, UPON DEPLANING AT HIS DESTINATION.  CHILDREN OF AGES 5 TO 12 ARE NOT ACCEPTED IF THE FLIGHT ON WHICH THE CHILD HOLDS A RESERVATION IS EXCEPTED TO TERMINATE SHORT OF, OR BYPASS HIS DESTINATION.

                   (3)  CARRIER WILL PROVIDE SUPERVISION FOR THE MINOR

                        FROM THE TIME OF BOARDING OR CHECK-IN, WHERE

                        APPLICABLE, UNTIL THE MINOR IS MET AT DESTINATION

                        BY A PARENT OR RESPONSIBLE ADULT SHOWING PHOTO

                        IDENTIFICATION, AS IDENTIFIED IN THE ABOVE

                        PARAGRAPH.

                   (4)  STANDBY/WAITLIST

                        SEGMENTS MUST BE CONFIRMED.  STANDBY TRAVEL IS NOT PERMITTED.

              (D)  RESPONSIBILITY OF CARRIER

                   LIMITED RESPONSIBILITIES OF CARRIER WITH THE EXCEPTION

                   OF THE SERVICE SPECIFICALLY PROVIDED TO AN

                   UNACCOMPANIED MINOR IN THIS RULE, CARRIER WILL NOT

                   ASSUME ANY FINANCIAL OR GUARDIANSHIP RESPONSIBILITIES

                   FOR UNACCOMPANIED MINOR BEYOND THOSE APPLICABLE TO AN

                   ADULT PASSENGER.

(E) SERVICE FEE

(1) THERE WILL BE A SERVICE FEE OF USD 150/CAD210  APPLICABLE TO UNACCOMPANIED CHILDREN FOR ONE-WAY ESCORT SERVICE FROM POINT OF ORIGIN TO DESTINATION.

 

 

 

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K    PASSENGER EXPENSES EN ROUTE

              (A)  MEALS, HOTEL ACCOMMODATIONS, GROUND TRANSPORTATION AND

                   TRANSIT TAXES

                   (1)  IF FOOD IS PROVIDED, IT IS PROVIDED AT NO CHARGE.

                   (2)  HOTEL EXPENSES, CHARGES FOR GROUND TRANSPORTATION

                        SERVICE, MEALS OTHER THAN THOSE SERVED ALOFT,

                        AIRPORT SERVICE CHARGES AND TRANSIT TAXES ARE NOT

                        INCLUDED IN PASSENGER FARES.

              (B)  HOTEL RESERVATIONS

                   (1)  WHEN REQUESTED BY PASSENGER, CARRIER'S

                        REPRESENTATIVES WILL MAKE APPLICATION ON THEIR                        BEHALF FOR HOTEL RESERVATIONS, BUT THE                        AVAILABILITY THEREOF IS NOT GUARANTEED.  ALL

                        EXPENSES INCURRED BY CARRIER OR ITS

                        REPRESENTATIVES IN ARRANGING, OR ATTEMPTING TO

                        ARRANGE, FOR RESERVATIONS WILL BE CHARGEABLE TO

                        PASSENGERS, EXCEPT AS OTHERWISE PROVIDED IN THIS

                        TARIFF.

                   (2)  EXCEPT AS PROVIDED BELOW, HOTEL EXPENSES ARE NOT

                        INCLUDED IN PASSENGER FARES, AND IN THE CASE OF

                        SCHEDULED OVERNIGHT OR OTHER STOPS ON THROUGH

                        SERVICES, THE COST OF HOTEL ACCOMMODATION MAY BE

                        BORNE BY CARRIER.

              (C)  ARRANGEMENTS MADE BY CARRIER

                   IN MAKING ARRANGEMENTS 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 THEPASSENGER 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 OFTHE USE THEREOF TO THE PASSENGER BY ANY OTHER PERSON, COMPANY OR AGENCY.

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K    TAXES

              ANY TAX OR OTHER CHARGE IMPOSED BY GOVERNMENT AUTHORITY AND

              COLLECTIBLE FROM A PASSENGER WILL BE IN ADDITION TO THE

              PUBLISHED FARES AND CHARGES.

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K    FUEL SURCHARGE

              (A)  THIS SURCHARGE MUST BE SHOWN AS A "YR" CODED ITEM IN

                   THE TAX/FEES/CHARGES SECTION OF THE FARE TICKET BOX.

                   IT WILL BE SHOWN AS "YQ" IF SYSTEM IS UNABLE TO SHOW AS "YR"

              (B)  FUEL SURCHARGE IS TO BE LEVIED ON ALL FARE TYPES

                   INCLUDING PUBLISHED FARE, MARKET FARE, CHILD

                   FARE AND PTA.

              (C)  APPLICATION OF SURCHARGE

                   BETWEEN CHINA MAINLAND AND THE UNITED STATES OF

                   AMERICA/CANADA:  CNY PER SECTOR.

                   EXAMPLE:

                   SEA-MF-XMN          CNY 1000 OR USD 155.00 IS TO BE

                                       LEVIED.

                   XMN-MF-YVR          CNY 692 OR CAD 138.00 IS TO BE

                                       LEVIED.

              (D)  THE SURCHARGE AMOUNT APPLIES TO ALL CLASSES OF SERVICE.

              (E)  AGENCY COMMISSION DOES NOT APPLY.

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K    ADMINISTRATIVE FORMALITIES, PASSPORTS, VISAS AND TOURIST

CARDS

              (A)  COMPLIANCE WITH REGULATIONS

                   THE PASSENGER SHALL COMPLY WITH ALL LAWS, REGULATIONS,

                   ORDERS, DEMANDS OR TRAVEL REQUIREMENTS OF COUNTRIES TO

                   BE FLOWN FROM, INTO OR OVER, AND WITH ALL RULES,

                   REGULATIONS AND INSTRUCTIONS OF THE CARRIER.  THE

                   CARRIER SHALL NOT BE LIABLE FOR ANY AID OR INFORMATION

                   GIVEN BY ANY AGENT OR EMPLOYEE OF THE CARRIER TO ANY

                   PASSENGERS IN CONNECTIONS WITH OBTAINING NECESSARY

                   DOCUMENTS OR COMPLYING WITH SUCH LAWS, REGULATIONS,

                   ORDERS, DEMANDS, REQUIREMENTS OR INSTRUCTIONS WHETHER

                   GIVEN ORALLY OR IN WRITING; OR FOR THE CONSEQUENCES TO

                   ANY PASSENGER RESULTING FROM HIS/HER FAILURE TO OBTAIN

                   SUCH DOCUMENTS OR TO COMPLY WITH SUCH LAWS,

                   REGULATIONS, ORDERS, DEMANDS, REQUIREMENTS OR

                   INSTRUCTIONS.

              (B)  PASSPORTS AND VISAS

                   (1)  THE PASSENGER MUST PRESENT ALL EXIT, ENTRY AND

                        OTHER DOCUMENTS REQUIRED BY LAWS, REGULATIONS,

                        ORDERS, DEMANDS OR REQUIREMENTS OF THE COUNTRIES

                        CONCERNED.  THE CARRIER WILL REFUSE CARRIAGE TO

                        ANY PASSENGER WHOSE DOCUMENTS ARE INCOMPLETE OR

                        WHO HAS NOT COMPLIED WITH APPLICABLE LAWS,

                        REGULATIONS, ORDERS, DEMANDS OR REQUIREMENTS.

                        FURTHERMORE, THE CARRIER IS NOT LIABLE TO THE

                        PASSENGER FOR LOSS OR EXPENSE DUE TO THEPASSENGER'S FAILURE TO COMPLY WITH THIS PROVISION.

                   (2)  SUBJECT TO THE APPLICABLE LAWS AND REGULATIONS,

                        THE PASSENGER AGREES TO PAY THE APPLICABLE FARE

                        WHENEVER THE CARRIER, ON GOVERNMENT ORDER, IS

                        REQUIRED TO RETURN A PASSENGER AT HIS POINT OF

                        ORIGIN OR ELSEWHERE DUE TO THE PASSENGER'S

                        INADMISSIBILITY INTO A COUNTRY, WHETHER OF TRANSIT OR OF DESTINATION.  CARRIER WILL APPLY TO THE PAYMENT OF SUCH FARES ANY FUNDS PAID BY THE

                        PASSENGER TO CARRIER FOR UNUSED CARRIAGE, OR ANY

                        FUNDS OF THE PASSENGER IN THE POSSESSION OF

                        CARRIER.  THE FARE COLLECTED FOR CARRIAGE TO THE

                        POINT OF REFUSAL OR DEPORTATION WILL NOT BE

                        REFUNDED BY CARRIER.

              (C)  CUSTOMS INSPECTION

                   IF REQUIRED, THE PASSENGER MUST ATTEND INSPECTION OF

                   HIS BAGGAGE, CHECKED OR UNCHECKED, BY CUSTOMS OR OTHER

                   GOVERNMENT OFFICIALS.  CARRIER ACCEPTS NO

                   RESPONSIBILITY TOWARD THE PASSENGER IF THE LATTER FAILS TO OBSERVE THIS CONDITION.  IF DAMAGE IS CAUSED TO CARRIER BECAUSE OF THE PASSENGER'S FAILURE TO OBSERVETHIS CONDITION, THE PASSENGER SHALL INDEMNIFY CARRIER

                   THEREFOR.

              (D)  GOVERNMENT REGULATION

                   NO LIABILITY SHALL ATTACH TO THE CARRIER IF CARRIER IN

                   GOOD FAITH DETERMINES THAT WHAT IT UNDERSTANDS TO BE

                   APPLICABLE LAW, GOVERNMENT REGULATION, DEMAND, ORDER OR REQUIREMENT REQUIRES THAT IT REFUSE AND IT DOES REFUSETO CARRY A PASSENGER.

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K    LIABILITY OF CARRIERS

              (A)  SUCCESSIVE CARRIERS

                   CARRIAGE TO BE PERFORMED UNDER ONE TICKET OR UNDER A

                   TICKET AND ANY CONJUNCTION TICKET ISSUED IN CONNECTION

                   THEREWITH BY SEVERAL SUCCESSIVE CARRIERS IS REGARDED AS A SINGLE OPERATION.

              (B)  LAWS AND PROVISIONS APPLICABLE

                   (1)  (A)  THE CARRIER SHALL AVAIL ITSELF OF THE

                             LIMITATION OF LIABILITY PROVIDED IN THE

                             CONVENTION FOR THE UNIFICATION OF CERTAIN

                             RULES RELATING TO INTERNATIONAL CARRIAGE BY

                             AIR, SIGNED AT WARSAW, OCTOBER 12TH, 1929, OR PROVIDED IN THE SAID CONVENTION AS

                             AMENDED BY THE PROTOCOL SIGNED AT THE HAGUE,

                             SEPTEMBER 28TH, 1955.  THE CONVENTION FOR THE UNIFICATION OF CERTAIN RULES FOR

                             INTERNATIONAL CARRIAGE BY AIR, DONE AT

                             MONTREAL ON 28 MAY 1999.  HOWEVER, IN

                             ACCORDANCE WITH ARTICLE 22(1) OF SAID

                             CONVENTION, OR SAID CONVENTION AS AMENDED BY

                             SAID PROTOCOL, THE CARRIER AGREES THAT, AS TO ALL INTERNATIONAL TRANSPORTATION BY THE

                             CARRIER AS DEFINED IN THE SAID CONVENTION OR

                             SAID CONVENTION AS AMENDED BY SAID PROTOCOL,

                             WHICH, ACCORDING TO THE CONTRACT OF CARRIAGE, INCLUDES A POINT IN THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA AS A POINT OF ORIGIN, POINT OF DESTINATION, OR AGREED STOPPING PLACE, THELIMIT OF LIABILITY FOR EACH PASSENGER FOR DEATH, WOUNDING, OR BODILY INJURY SHALL BE THE DOLLAR EQUIVALENT OF 113,100 SPECIAL DRAWING RIGHTS EXCLUSIVE OF THE COSTS OF THE ACTION INCLUDING LAWYERS FEE WHICH THE COURT FINDS REASONABLE.

                        (B)  AS TO ALL INTERNATIONAL TRANSPORTATION

                 INCLUDING THOSE POINTS IN CANADA AS A

                 POINT OF ORIGIN, POINT OF DESTINATION, OR

                 AGREED STOPPING PLACE BY THE CARRIER TO WHICH THE SAID CONVENTION OR THE SAID CONVENTION AS AMENDED BY SAID PROTOCOL, IS APPLICABLE, EXCEPT AS PROVIDED IN (B)(1)(A) ABOVE, THE LIMIT OF LIABILITY FOR EACH PASSENGER FORDEATH, WOUNDING OR OTHER BODILY INJURY SHALL BE THE DOLLAR EQUIVALENT OF 113,100 SPECIAL DRAWING RIGHTS EXCLUSIVE OF THE COSTS OF THE ACTION INCLUDING LAWYER(S) FEES WHICH THECOURT FINDS REASONABLE.

                             NOTE:     RULES STATING ANY LIMITATION ON, OR CONDITION RELATING TO, THE

                                       LIABILITY OF CARRIERS FOR PERSONAL

                                       INJURY OR DEATH ARE NOT PERMITTED

                                       TO BE INCLUDED IN TARIFFS FILED

                                       PURSUANT TO THE LAWS OF THE UNITED

                                       STATES, EXCEPT TO THE EXTENT

                                       PROVIDED IN PARAGRAPH (B)(1) ABOVE

                                       WITH RESPECT TO TARIFF C.A.B. NO.

                                       900.  INSOFAR AS THIS RULE STATES

                                       ANY SUCH LIMITATION OR CONDITION IT IS INCLUDED HEREIN; EXCEPT TO THE EXTENT PROVIDED IN PARAGRAPH (B)(1)ABOVE WITH RESPECT TO TARIFF C.A.B.NO. 900, AS PART OF THE TARIFF FILED WITH GOVERNMENTS OTHER THAN THE UNITED STATES AND NOT AS PART OF TARIFF C.A.B. NO. 900 FILED WITH THE DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION OFTHE UNITED STATES.

                   (2)  CARRIER'S NAME WILL BE ABBREVIATED IN THE TICKET,

                        THE FULL NAME AND ITS ABBREVIATION BEING SET FORTH IN CARRIER'S TARIFFS, AND CARRIER'S ADDRESS SHALL BE THE AIRPORT OF DEPARTURE SHOWN OPPOSITE THEFIRST ABBREVIATION OF CARRIER'S NAME IN THE

                        TICKET, AND FOR THE PURPOSE OF THE CONVENTION THE

                        AGREED STOPPING PLACES (WHICH MAY BE ALTERED BY

                        CARRIER IN CASE OF NECESSITY) ARE THOSE PLACES,

                        EXCEPT THE PLACE OF DEPARTURE AND THE PLACE OF

                        DESTINATION SET FORTH IN THE TICKET AND ANY

                        CONJUNCTION TICKET ISSUED THEREWITH, OR SHOWN IN

                        CARRIER'S TIMETABLE AS SCHEDULED STOPPING PLACES

                        ON THE PASSENGER'S ROUTE.  A LIST GIVING THE FULL

                        NAME AND ABBREVIATION OF EACH CARRIER IN THIS

                        TARIFF IS PROVIDED AT THE FRONT OF THIS TARIFF.

                   (3)  TO THE EXTENT NOT IN CONFLICT WITH THE PROVISIONS

                        OF PARAGRAPHS (1) AND (2) ABOVE, ALL CARRIAGE

                        HEREUNDER AND OTHER SERVICES PERFORMED BY EACH

                        CARRIER ARE SUBJECT TO:

                        (A)  APPLICABLE LAWS (INCLUDING NATIONAL LAWS

                             IMPLEMENTING THE CONVENTION OR EXTENDING THE

                             RULES OF THE CONVENTION TO CARRIAGE WHICH IS

                             NOT "INTERNATIONAL CARRIAGE" AS DEFINED IN

                             THE CONVENTION), GOVERNMENT REGULATIONS,

                             ORDERS, AND REQUIREMENTS;

                        (B)  PROVISIONS SET FORTH IN THE PASSENGER'S

                             TICKET;

                        (C)  APPLICABLE TARIFFS.

                (4)     FOR THE PURPOSE OF INTERNATIONAL CARRIAGE GOVERNED BY THE MONTREAL CONVENTION, THE LIABILITY RULESSET OUT IN THE MONTREAL CONVENTION ARE FULLYINCORPORATED HEREIN AND SHALL SUPERSEDE AND PREVAIL OVER ANY PROVISIONS OF THIS TARIFF WHICH MAY BE INCONSISTENT WITH THOSE RULES.

              (C)  LIMITATION OF LIABILITY

                   EXCEPT AS THE CONVENTION OR OTHER APPLICABLE LAW MAY

                   OTHERWISE REQUIRE:

                   (1)  CARRIER IS NOT LIABLE FOR ANY DEATH, INJURY,

                        DELAY, LOSS, OR OTHER DAMAGE OF WHATSOEVER NATURE

                        (HEREINAFTER IN THIS TARIFF COLLECTIVELY REFERRED

                        TO AS "DAMAGE") TO PASSENGERS OR UNCHECKED BAGGAGE ARISING OUT OF OR IN CONNECTION WITH CARRIAGE OR OTHER SERVICES PERFORMED BY CARRIER INCIDENTAL THERETO, UNLESS SUCH DAMAGE IS CAUSED BY THE NEGLIGENCE OR WILLFUL FAULT OF CARRIER AND THERE HAS BEEN NO CONTRIBUTORY NEGLIGENCE OF THE

                        PASSENGER.  ASSISTANCE RENDERED TO THE PASSENGER

                        BY CARRIER'S EMPLOYEES IN LOADING, UNLOADING, OR

                        TRANSSHIPPING BAGGAGE SHALL BE CONSIDERED AS

                        GRATUITOUS SERVICE TO THE PASSENGER.

                   (2)  CARRIER IS NOT LIABLE FOR ANY DAMAGE DIRECTLY AND

                        SOLELY ARISING OUT OF ITS COMPLIANCE WITH ANY

                        LAWS, GOVERNMENT REGULATIONS, ORDERS, OR

                        REQUIREMENTS OR FROM FAILURE OF PASSENGER TO

                        COMPLY WITH SAME, OR OUT OF ANY CAUSE BEYOND

                        CARRIER'S CONTROL.

                   (3)  BAGGAGE LIABILITY

                        ANY LOSS, DAMAGE, OR DELAY OF CERTAIN ITEMS IN

                        CHECKED BAGGAGE - INCLUDING BUT NOT LIMITED TO

                        ANTIQUES, DOCUMENTS, ELECTRONIC EQUIPMENT, FILM,

                        JEWELRY, KEYS, MANUSCRIPTS, MEDICATION, MONEY,

                        PAINTINGS, PHOTOGRAPHS, ETC. - SHALL RESULT IN

                        LIABILITY TO THE CARRIER OF NO MORE THAN 1131

                        SDRS.  UNLESS A HIGHER VALUE IS DECLARED IN

                        ADVANCE AND ADDITIONAL CHARGES ARE PAID PURSUANT

                        TO CARRIER'S REGULATIONS.  IN THAT EVENT, THE

                        LIABILITY OF THE CARRIER SHALL BE LIMITED TO SUCH

                        HIGHER DECLARED VALUE.  IN NO CASE SHALL THE

                        CARRIER'S LIABILITY EXCEED THE ACTUAL LOSS

                        SUFFERED BY THE PASSENGER.  ALL CLAIMS ARE SUBJECT TO PROOF OF AMOUNT OF LOSS.

                        EXCEPTION:     FOR CARRIAGE WHOLLY BETWEEN POINTS

                                       IN THE U.S.A., ON THE ONE HAND AND

                                       POINTS IN AREA NO. 2/3 OR WITHIN

                                       AREA NO. 1, ON THE OTHER,CARRIER'S LIABILITY IS LIMITED TO USD 640.00 OR ITS EQUIVALENT FOR EACH PIECE OF CHECKED BAGGAGE AND USD 400.00 OR ITS EQUIVALENT PER PASSENGER IN CASE OF UNCHECKED BAGGAGE OR OTHER PROPERTY, UNLESS A HIGHER VALUE IS

                                       DECLARED IN ADVANCE AND ADDITIONAL

                                       CHARGES ARE PAID PURSUANT TO RULE

                                       115 (BAGGAGE ALLOWANCE) HEREIN.  IN THAT EVENT, LIABILITY OF CARRIER (INCLUDING CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES)SHALL BE LIMITED TO SUCH HIGHERVALUE; PROVIDED, HOWEVER , THAT SUCH HIGHER DECLARED VALUE SHALL NOT APPLY TO MONEY, JEWELRY,

                                       SILVERWARE, NEGOTIABLE PAPERS,

                                       SECURITIES, BUSINESS DOCUMENTS,

                                       SAMPLES, PAINTINGS, ANTIQUES,

                                       ARTIFACTS, MANUSCRIPTS,

                                       IRREPLACEABLE BOOKS OR PUBLICATIONS OR OTHER SIMILAR VALUABLES WHEN SUCH VALUABLES ARE INCLUDED IN BAGGAGE CHECKED OR OTHERWISE DELIVERED INTO THE CUSTODY OF CARRIER.  IN NO CASE SHALL CARRIER'S LIABILITY EXCEED ACTUAL LOSS SUFFERED BY THE PASSENGER.

                                       ALL CLAIMS ARE SUBJECT TO PROOF OF

                                       AMOUNT OF LOSS OR EXPENSES INCURRED BY CARRIER AS A RESULT THEREOF.

                   (4)  IN ANY EVENT LIABILITY OF CARRIER FOR DELAY OF A

                        PASSENGER SHALL NOT EXCEED THE LIMITATION SET

                        FORTH IN THE CONVENTION.

                   (5)  IN THE EVENT OF DELIVERY TO THE PASSENGERS OF PART BUT NOT ALL OF HIS CHECKED BAGGAGE, OR IN THE EVENT OF DAMAGE TO PART BUT NOT ALL OF SUCH

                        BAGGAGE, THE LIABILITY OF THE CARRIER WITH RESPECT TO THE UNDELIVERED OR DAMAGED PORTION SHALL BE REDUCED PROPORTIONATELY ON THE BASIS OF WEIGHT, NOTWITHSTANDING THE VALUE OF ANY PART OF THE BAGGAGE OR CONTENTS THEREOF.

                   (6)  CARRIER IS NOT LIABLE FOR DAMAGE TO A PASSENGER'S

                        BAGGAGE CAUSED BY PROPERTY CONTAINED IN THE

                        PASSENGER'S BAGGAGE.  ANY PASSENGER WHOSE PROPERTY CAUSED DAMAGE TO ANOTHER PASSENGER'S BAGGAGE OR TO THE PROPERTY OF CARRIER SHALL INDEMNIFY CARRIERFOR ALL LOSSES AND EXPENSES INCURRED BY CARRIER AS A RESULT THEREOF.

       (7)  CARRIER ASSUMES LIABILITY AS PER THE MONTREAL

            CONVENTION WHICH IS LIMITED TO THE SUM OF 1131 SDR FOR LOSS, DAMAGE TO, OR DELAY IN THE DELIVERY OF FRAGILE OR PERISHABLE ARTICLES, MONEY, JEWELRY, SILVERWARE, NEGOTIABLE PAPERS, SECURITIES, OR OTHER VALUABLES, BUSINESS DOCUMENTS, OR SAMPLES THAT ARE INCLUDED IN THE PASSENGER'S CHECKED BAGGAGE, WITH OR WITHOUT THE KNOWLEDGE OF CARRIER.

                   (8)  CARRIER MAY REFUSE TO ACCEPT ANY ARTICLES THAT DO

                        NOT CONSTITUTE BAGGAGE AS SUCH TERM IS DEFINED

                        HEREIN, BUT IF DELIVERED TO AND RECEIVED BY

                        CARRIER, SUCH ARTICLES SHALL BE DEEMED TO BE

                        WITHIN THE BAGGAGE VALUATION AND LIMIT OF

                        LIABILITY, AND SHALL BE SUBJECT TO THE PUBLISHED

                        RATES AND CHARGES OF CARRIER.

                   (9)  LIABILITY OF CARRIER FOR DAMAGES SHALL BE LIMITED

                        TO OCCURRENCES ON ITS OWN LINE, EXCEPT IN THE CASE OF CHECKED BAGGAGE AS TO WHICH THE PASSENGER ALSO HAS A RIGHT OF ACTION AGAINST THE FIRST OR LAST CARRIER.

                        A CARRIER ISSUING A TICKET OR CHECKING BAGGAGE FOR CARRIAGE OVER THE LINES OF ANOTHER CARRIER DOES SO ONLY AS AGENT.  (SEE NOTE, PARAGRAPH (B)(1) ABOVE.)

                  (10)  CARRIER SHALL NOT BE LIABLE IN ANY EVENT FOR ANY

                        CONSEQUENTIAL OR SPECIAL DAMAGE ARISING FROM

                        CARRIAGE SUBJECT TO THIS TARIFF, WHETHER OR NOT

                        CARRIER HAD KNOWLEDGE THAT SUCH DAMAGES MIGHT BE

                        INCURRED.

                  (11)  ANY EXCLUSION OR LIMITATION OF LIABILITY OF

                        CARRIER UNDER THIS TARIFF OR THE TICKET SHALL

                        APPLY TO AGENTS, SERVANTS, OR REPRESENTATIVES OF

                        THE CARRIER ACTING WITHIN THE SCOPE OF THEIR

                        EMPLOYMENT AND ALSO TO ANY PERSON WHOSE AIRCRAFT

                        IS USED BY THE CARRIER AND ITS AGENTS, SERVANTS ORREPRESENTATIVES ACTING WITHIN THE SCOPE OF THEIR EMPLOYMENT.

              (D)  TIME LIMITATIONS ON CLAIMS AND ACTIONS

                   (1)  NO ACTION SHALL LIE IN THE CASE OF DAMAGE TO

                        BAGGAGE UNLESS THE PERSON ENTITLED TO DELIVERY

                        COMPLAINS TO THE CARRIER FORTHWITH AFTER THE

                        DISCOVERY OF THE DAMAGE, AND, AT THE LATEST,

                        WITHIN SEVEN DAYS FROM THE DATE OF RECEIPT; AND INTHE CASE OF DELAY, OR LOSS, COMPLAINT MUST BE MADE AT THE LATEST WITHIN 21 DAYS FROM THE DATE ON WHICH THE BAGGAGE HAS BEEN PLACED AT HIS DISPOSAL (IN THE CASE OF DELAY), OR SHOULD HAVE BEEN PLACED AT HIS DISPOSAL (IN THE CASE OF LOSS).  EVERY COMPLAINT MUST BE MADE IN WRITING AND DISPATCHED WITHIN THE TIME AFORESAID.  IF NO COMPLAINT IS MADE WITHIN THE TIMES AFORESAID, NO ACTION SHALL LIE AGAINST THE CARRIER, SAVE IN THE CASE OF FRAUD ON ITS PART.  WHERE CARRIAGE IS NOT "INTERNATIONAL CARRIAGE" AS DEFINED IN  THE CONVENTION, FAILURE TO GIVE NOTICE SHALL NOT BE A BAR TO SUIT WHERE CLAIMANT PROVES THAT (A) IT WAS NOT REASONABLY POSSIBLE FOR HIM TO GIVE SUCH NOTICE, OR (B) THAT NOTICE WAS NOT GIVEN DUE TO FRAUD ON THE PART OF CARRIER, OR (C) THE MANAGEMENT OF CARRIER HAD KNOWLEDGE OF DAMAGE TO PASSENGER'S BAGGAGE.

                   (2)  ANY RIGHT TO DAMAGES AGAINST CARRIER SHALL BE

                        EXTINGUISHED UNLESS AN ACTION IS BROUGHT WITHIN

                        TWO YEARS RECKONED FROM THE DATE OF ARRIVAL AT THE DESTINATION, OR FROM THE DATE ON WHICH THE AIRCRAFT OUGHT TO HAVE ARRIVED, OR FROM THE DATE ON WHICH THE CARRIAGE STOPPED.

              (E)  OVERRIDING LAW

                   INSOFAR AS ANY PROVISION CONTAINED OR REFERRED TO IN

                   THE TICKET OR IN THIS TARIFF MAY BE CONTRARY TO A LAW,

                   GOVERNMENT REGULATION, ORDER OR REQUIREMENT WHICH

                   SEVERALLY CANNOT BE WAIVED BY AGREEMENT OF THE PARTIES, SUCH PROVISIONS SHALL REMAIN APPLICABLE AND BE CONSIDERED AS PART OF THE CONTRACT OF CARRIAGE TO THEEXTENT ONLY THAT SUCH PROVISION IS NOT CONTRARY

                   THERETO.  THE INVALIDITY OF ANY PROVISION SHALL NOT

                   AFFECT ANY OTHER PART.

              (F)  MODIFICATION AND WAIVER

                   NO AGENT, SERVANT, OR REPRESENTATIVE OF CARRIER HAS

                   AUTHORITY TO ALTER, MODIFY, OR WAIVE ANY PROVISIONS OF

                   THE CONTRACT OF CARRIAGE OF THIS TARIFF.

  (G)  GRATUITOUS TRANSPORTATION

       ALL PASSENGERS WHO ARE TRANSPORTED GRATUITOUSLY BY THE

       CARRIER WILL BE GOVERNED BY ALL THE PROVISIONS OF THIS

       RULE AND BY ALL OTHER APPLICABLE RULES OF THIS TARIFF.

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K    CODESHARE SERVICES

              (A)  APPLICABILITY TO CODESHARE SERVICES

                   ONE OR MORE FLIGHT SEGMENTS IN YOUR ITINERARY MAY BE

                   OPERATED BY AIRLINES OTHER THAN XIAMEN  ("MF") PURSUANT TO CONTRACTUAL CODESHARE ARRANGEMENTS WITH MF THAT ALLOW MF TO SELL TICKETS FOR TRAVEL ON FLIGHTS OPERATED BY THESE CARRIERS ("MF CODESHARE PARTNERS").  IF YOUPURCHASE A MF TICKET, HOWEVER, YOUR CONTRACT OF

                   CARRIAGE IS WITH MF REGARDLESS OF THE OPERATING

                   CARRIER.  MF ACCEPTS RESPONSIBILITY FOR THE ENTIRETY OF THE CODESHARE JOURNEY FOR ALL OBLIGATIONS ESTABLISHED IN THIS CONTRACT OF CARRIAGE.

              (B)  RULES APPLICABLE TO CODESHARE FLIGHTS

                   DEPENDING ON WHICH MF CODESHARE PARTNER YOU TRAVEL

                   WITH, CERTAIN POLICIES AND OPERATIONS MAY OR MAY NOT

                   DIFFER FROM MF'S STANDARD CONDITIONS OF CARRIAGE.  TO

                   THE EXTENT THAT ANY MF POLICY MAY DIFFER FROM THAT OF

                   ITS CODESHARE PARTNER, THE FOLLOWING SUBSET OF RULES

                   ARE HIGHLIGHTED FOR YOUR ATTENTION AND SHALL APPLY TO

                   FLIGHTS OPERATED BY MF CODESHARE PARTNERS.

                   (1)  CHECK-IN TIME LIMITS

                        ALL PASSENGERS MUST CHECK-IN A MINIMUM OF 45

                        MINUTES PRIOR TO THE SCHEDULED DEPARTURE.

                   (2)  UNACCOMPANIED MINORS

NOT ALLOWED ON MF MARKETING FLIGHTS OPERATED BY ANY CODESHARE PARTNER.

                   (3)  BAGGAGE CHARGES

                        ON FLIGHT BETWEEN MAINLAND CHINA AND CANADA OR THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA, IN FIRST CLASS, THE

                        CHECKED BAGGAGE ALLOWANCE SHALL BE THREE

                        BAGS/PIECES, PROVIDED THAT THE SUM OF THE THREE

                        DIMENSIONS SHALL NOT ECXEED 62 INCHES (158 CM) FOR EACH BAG/PIECE AND PROVIDED THAT THE MAXIMUM WEIGHT EACH BAG/PIECE SHALL NOT EXCEED 70 LBS (32

                        KGS).

                        IN BUSINESS CLASS, THE CHECKED BAGGAGE ALLOWANCE

                        SHALL BE TWO BAGS/PIECES, PROVIDED THAT THE SUM OF THE THREE DIMENSIONS SHALL NOT EXCEED 62 INCHES

                        (158 CM) FOR EACH BAG/PIECE AND PROVIDED THAT THE

                        MAXIMUM WEIGHT EACH BAG/PIECE SHALL NOT EXCEED 70

                        LBS (32 KGS).

                        FOR ECONOMY CLASS, THE CHECKED BAGGAGE ALLOWANCE

                        SHALL BE TWO BAGS/PIECES, PROVIDED THAT THE SUM OF THE THREE DIMENSIONS SHALL NOT EXCEED 62 INCHES

                        (158 CM) FOR EACH BAG/PIECE AND PROVIDED THAT THE

                        MAXIMUM WEIGHT FOR EACH BAGGAGE SHALL NOT EXCEED

                        50 LBS (23 KGS).

                   (4)  CARRIAGE OF ANIMALS

                        MF WILL TRANSPORT SERVICE DOG (E.G., GUIDE DOGS,

                        SEIZURE ALERT DOGS, ETC.)  AS LONG AS SAFETY AND

                        ANIMAL HEALTH REQUIREMENTS ARE MET.  MF RESERVE

                        THE RIGHT TO REFUSE TRANSPORT TO ANY ANIMAL IF IN

                        ITS REASONABLE DETERMINATION THE ANIMAL PRESENTS A THREAT TO THE HEALTH AND SAFETY OF PASSENGERS.  MF MAY REASONABLY LIMIT THE NUMBER OF ANIMALS TO ONLY ONE PER PLANE, EXCEPT ON FLIGHTS TO/FROM THE UNITED STATES.

                   (5)  DENIED BOARDING COMPENSATION

                        WHEN THE CARRIER JUDGES THAT ALL PASSENGERS

                        HOLDING PREVIOUSLY CONFIRMED SPACE AND TICKETS ON

                        A FLIGHT CANNOT BE ACCOMMODATED ON A GIVEN FLIGHT, THE CARRIER SHALL SOLICIT PASSENGERS TO VOLUNTEER FOR DENIED BOARDING IN EXCHANGE FOR MONETARY COMPENSATION AND/OR ALTERNATIVE TRAVEL

                        ARRANGEMENTS.

              (C)  ADDITIONAL SERVICES PROVIDED BY MF CODESHARE PARTNERS

                   MF CODESHARE PARTNERS MAY, IN THEIR DISCRETION, ACCEPT

                   MORE, LARGER OR HEAVIER ITEMS OF CHECKED BAGGAGE,

                   ACCEPT SPECIALTY BAGGAGE ITEMS, ACCEPT OTHER ANIMALS IN THE CABIN OR AS CARGO, AND PERMIT LATER CHECK-IN TIMES.

                   THE MF CODESHARE PARTNER MAY CHARGE A FEE FOR ANY

                   ADDITIONAL DISCRETIONARY SERVICES IT PROVIDES.  ANY

                   ADDITIONAL SERVICES PROVIDED AT THE DISCRETION OF THE

                   MF CODESHARE PARTNER ARE NOT WITHING MF'S CONTROL, ARE

                   SUBJECT TO CHANGE AT ANY TIME, AND DO NOT FORM ANY PART OF THIS CONTRACT OF CARRIAGE BETWEEN THE PASSENGER AND MF.

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K    RESERVATIONS

              (A)  GENERAL

                   A TICKET WILL BE VALID ONLY FOR THE FLIGHT(S) FOR WHICHRESERVATIONS HAVE BEEN MADE, AND ONLY BETWEEN THE POINTS NAMED ON THE TICKETS OR APPLICABLE FLIGHT COUPONS.  A PASSENGER HOLDING AN UNUSED OPEN-DATE TICKET/FLIGHT COUPON/MISCELLANEOUS CHARGES ORDER(MCO)/PREPAID TICKET ADVICE(PTA), OR WHO WISHES TO CHANGE HIS/HER TICKETED RESERVATION TO ANOTHER DATE, SHALL NOT BE ENTITLED TO ANY PREFERENTIAL RIGHT WITH RESPECT TO THE OBTAINING OF A RESERVATION.

              (B)  CONDITIONS OF RESERVATIONS

                   (1)  A RESERVATION FOR SPACE ON A GIVEN FLIGHT IS VALID WHEN THE AVAILABILITY AND ALLOCATION OF SUCH SPACE IS CONFIRMED BY A RESERVATION AGENT OF THE CARRIER ENTERED INTO THE CARRIER'S COMPUTER.  SUBJECT TO PAYMENT OR OTHER SATISFACTORY CREDIT ARRANGEMENT AND COMPLIANCE WITH THE PAYMENT PROVISIONS OF PARAGRAPH (C) OF THIS RULE, A VALIDATED TICKET WILL BE ISSUED TO THE PASSENGER BY THE CARRIER OR AGENT OF THE CARRIER INDICATING SUCH CONFIRMED SPACE PROVIDED THE PASSENGER APPLIES FOR SUCHTICKET PRIOR TO THE EXPIRATION OF THE TIME LIMITS PRESCRIBED IN PARAGRAPH (C) OF THIS RULE.  SUCH RESERVATION OF SPACE IS SUBJECT TO CANCELLATION BY THE CARRIER WITHOUT NOTICE IF THE PASSENGER HAS NOT APPLIED TO THE CARRIER OR AGENT OF THE CARRIER FOR A VALIDATED TICKET SPECIFYING THEREON THE CONFIRMED RESERVED SPACE PRIOR TO THE TIME LIMITS PRESCRIBED IN PARAGRAPH (C) OF THIS RULE.

                        EXCEPTION: IF THE PASSENGER AGREES TO APPLY TO THE CARRIER OR AGENT OF THE CARRIER FOR A VALIDATED TICKET INDICATING SUCH

                                   RESERVED SPACE AT A TIME EARLIER THAN

                                   THE LIMITS SPECIFIED IN PARAGRAPH (C)

                                   OF THIS RULE SUCH EARLIER TIME LIMITS

                                   WILL BE ENTERED INTO THE CARRIER'S

                                   RESERVATION SYSTEM.  THE RESERVATION

                                   SPACE OF PASSENGER IS SUBJECT TO

                                   CANCELLATION WITHOUT NOTICE IF THE

                                   PASSENGER HAS NOT APPLIED TO THE

                                   CARRIER OR AGENT OF THE CARRIER FOR A

                                   VALIDATED TICKET SPECIFYING THEREON THE CONFIRMED SPACE PRIOR TO THE AGREED TIME IN ADVANCE OF THE SCHEDULED DEPARTURE OF THE FLIGHT TO WHICH SUCH RESERVATION APPLIES.

                   (2)  IN THE EVENT THAT THE NUMBER OF PERSONS PRESENTING THEMSELVES WITH CONFIRMED RESERVATIONS FOR CARRIAGE ON A FLIGHT EXCEEDS THE NUMBER OF SEATS AVAILABLE, THOSE PASSENGERS WITH CONFIRMED RESERVATIONS WHO ARE NOT ACCOMMODATED WILL BE SUBJECT TO RULE 87 (DENIED BOARDING COMPENSATION)

                        HEREIN.

 

IF THE PASSENGER PURCHASE A TICKET SEVEN OR MORE DAYS PRIOR TO DEPARTURE, THE PASSENGER HAVE UP TO 24 HOURS FROM THE TIME OF TICKET PURCHASE TO RECEIVE A FULL REFUND FOR THE TICKET. AFTER 24 HOURS HAVE ELAPSED, NORMAL REFUND AND CHANGE POLICIES APPLY TO THE TICKET.

              (C)  RESERVATIONS AND TICKETING TIME LIMITS

                   (1)  TICKETING TIME LIMITS WILL BE DIFFERENT WHEN

                        RESERVATION WITHOUT PAYMENT IS MADE AT DIFFERENT

                        TIME IN ADVANCE OF THE SCHEDULED DEPARTURE TIME

                        AND/OR ON DIFFERENT RBD.  CARRIER WILL REQUIRE

                        THAT SUCH RESERVATION BE TICKETED AND PAID FOR IN

                        FULL PRIOR TO SUCH TICKETING TIME LIMITS DISPLAYED IN THE PNR IN RESERVATION SYSTEM.

                   (2)  FAILURE TO PAY THE BALANCE OF FARE OR THE FULL

                        FARE BY THE TIME SPECIFIED ABOVE WILL RESULT IN

                        AUTOMATIC CANCELLATION OF THE RESERVATION, WITH

                        REFUND TO THE PASSENGER OF THE FARE, LESS ANY

                        COMMUNICATIONS EXPENSES IN ACCORDANCE WITH

                        PARAGRAPH (D) OF THIS RULE.

              (D)  COMMUNICATION CHARGES

                   THE PASSENGER WILL BE CHARGED FOR ANY COMMUNICATION

                   EXPENSE PAID OR INCURRED BY THE CARRIER FOR TELEPHONE,

                   TELEGRAPH, RADIO OR CABLE ARISING FROM A SPECIAL

                   REQUEST OF THE PASSENGER CONCERNING A RESERVATION.

              (E)  ALLOCATION OF ACCOMMODATIONS

                   THE CARRIER DOES NOT GUARANTEE ALLOCATION OF ANY

                   PARTICULAR SPACE IN THE AIRCRAFT.

              (F)  ARRIVAL OF PASSENGERS AT AIRPORTS

                   THE PASSENGER MUST PRESENT HIMSELF/HERSELF AT THE

                   AIRPORT OF DEPARTURE FOR CHECK-IN AT LEAST 45 MINUTES

                   PRIOR TO THE SCHEDULE DEPARTURE TIME OF THE FLIGHT ON

                   WHICH HE/SHE HOLDS A RESERVATION.  IF THE PASSENGER

                   FAILS TO ARRIVE AT SUCH AIRPORT OF DEPARTURE BY THE

                   ESTABLISHED TIME LIMIT OR APPEARS IMPROPERLY DOCUMENTED AND NOT READY TO TRAVEL, MF WILL CANCEL SPACE RESERVED FOR HIM/HER.  DEPARTURE WILL NOT BE DELAYED FOR PASSENGERS WHO ARRIVE AT AIRPORTS OF DEPARTURE TOO LATE FOR SUCH FORMALITIES TO BE COMPLETED BEFORE SCHEDULED DEPARTURE TIME.  MF IS NOT LIABLE TO THE PASSENGER FOR

                   LOSS OR EXPENSES DUE TO PASSENGER'S FAILURE TO COMPLY

                   WITH THIS PROVISION.

              (G)  RECONFIRMATION OF RESERVATIONS

                   MF WILL CANCEL THE RESERVATION OF AN INTERNATIONAL

                   PORTION OF AN ITINERARY (INCLUDING THE COMPLETE

                   REMAINING INTERNATIONAL ITINERARY) OF ANY PASSENGER ON

                   A FLIGHT OPERATED BY IT FROM ANY STOPOVER POINT, UNLESS THE PASSENGER ADVISES MF OF HIS/HER INTENTION TO USE HIS/HER RESERVATION BY COMMUNICATING WITH A RESERVATION OR TICKET OFFICE OF MF AT THE CITY WHERE HE/SHE INTENDS TO RESUME HIS/HER TRIP AT LEAST 72 HOURS BEFORE SCHEDULED DEPARTURE OF THE FLIGHT.  HOWEVER, RECONFIRMATION OF RESERVATION IS NOT REQUIRED IF THE PASSENGER REMAINS AT ANY POINT LESS THAN 72 HOURS.

              (H)  CANCELLATION OF CONTINUING SPACE

                   IF A PASSENGER FAILS TO OCCUPY SPACE WHICH HAS BEEN

                   RESERVED FOR HIM/HER, THE CARRIER WILL CANCEL ALL OTHER RESERVATIONS HELD BY SUCH PASSENGER FOR CONTINUING OR RETURN SPACE.  THE CARRIER IS NOT LIABLE FOR SUCH CANCELLATION BUT WILL REFUND ANY UNUSED PORTION OF THE TICKET IN ACCORDANCE WITH RULE 90 (REFUNDS) IN THIS TARIFF.

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K    TICKETS

              (A)  GENERAL

                   (1)  A TICKET WILL NOT BE ISSUED AND IN ANY CASE

                        CARRIER WILL NOT BE OBLIGATED TO CARRY UNTIL THE

                        PASSENGER HAS PAID THE APPLICABLE FARE OR HAS

                        COMPLIED WITH CREDIT ARRANGEMENTS ESTABLISHED BY

                        CARRIER.

                   (2)  NO PERSON SHALL BE ENTITLED TO TRANSPORTATION

                        EXCEPT UPON PRESENTATION OF A VALID TICKET.  SUCH

                        TICKET SHALL ENTITLE THE PASSENGER TO

                        TRANSPORTATION ONLY BETWEEN POINTS OF ORIGIN AND

                        DESTINATION AND VIA THE ROUTING DESIGNATED

                        THEREON.

                   (3)  THE FARE PAID SHALL ONLY BE APPLICABLE WHEN

                        INTERNATIONAL TRAVEL ACTUALLY COMMENCES IN THE

                        COUNTRY OF THE POINT OF ORIGIN SHOWN ON THE

                        TICKET, I.E. IF INTERNATIONAL TRAVEL ACTUALLY

COMMENCES IN A DIFFERENT COUNTRY, THE FARE MUST BE REASSESSED FROM SUCH COUNTRY.  FOR EXAMPLE, IF THE TICKET WAS ISSUED AT THE HONG KONG DOLLAR FARE FOR TRAVEL HONG KONG-TOKYO-LOS ANGELES AND THE PASSENGER ACTUALLY COMMENCES TRAVEL IN TOKYO, INSTEAD OF HONG KONG, THE FARE MUST BE REASSESSED AT THE TOKYO-LOS ANGELES, JAPANESE YEN FARE LEVEL.

                   (4)  FLIGHT COUPONS WILL BE HONORED ONLY IN THE ORDER

                        IN WHICH THEY ARE ISSUED, AND ONLY IF ALL UNUSED

                        FLIGHT COUPONS AND PASSENGER COUPONS ARE PRESENTED TOGETHER.

                   (5)  A TICKET WHICH HAS NOT BEEN VALIDATED, OR WHICH

                        HAS BEEN ALTERED, MUTILATED OR IMPROPERLY

                        ISSUED, SHALL NOT BE VALID.

                   (6)  TICKETS ARE NOT TRANSFERABLE BUT CARRIER IS NOT

                        LIABLE TO THE OWNER OF A TICKET FOR HONORING OR

                        REFUNDING SUCH TICKET WHEN PRESENTED BY ANOTHER

                        PERSON.

                   (7)  UNLESS OTHERWISE PROVIDED, PURCHASE OF A PREPAID

                        TICKET ADVICE (PTA) WILL CONSTITUTE PURCHASE AND

                        ISSUANCE OF TICKET.

              (B)  VALIDITY FOR CARRIAGE

                   (1)  GENERAL

                        WHEN VALIDATED, THE TICKET IS GOOD FOR CARRIAGE

                        FROM THE AIRPORT AT THE PLACE OF DEPARTURE TO THE

                        AIRPORT AT THE PLACE OF DESTINATION VIA THE ROUTE

                        SHOWN THEREIN AND FOR THE APPLICABLE CLASS OF

                        SERVICE AND IS VALID FOR THE PERIOD OF TIME

                        SPECIFIED OR REFERRED TO IN PARAGRAPH (2) BELOW.

                        EACH FLIGHT COUPON WILL BE ACCEPTED FOR CARRIAGE

                        ON THE DATE AND FLIGHT FOR WHICH ACCOMMODATION HAS BEEN RESERVED.  WHEN FLIGHT COUPONS ARE ISSUED ON AN "OPEN DATE" BASIS, ACCOMMODATIONS WILL BE RESERVED UPON APPLICATION, SUBJECT TO THE

                        AVAILABILITY OF SPACE.  THE PLACE AND DATE OF

                        ISSUE ARE SET FORTH ON THE FLIGHT COUPONS.

                   (2)  PERIOD OF VALIDITY

                        THE PERIOD OF VALIDITY FOR TRANSPORTATION WILL BE

                        ONE YEAR FROM THE DATE OF ISSUANCE OF THE ORIGINAL TICKET, EXCEPT AS PROVIDED IN PARAGRAPH (C) AND (D).

                        (A)  NORMAL FARE TICKETS - THE ABOVE PERIOD OF

                             VALIDITY APPLIES, HOWEVER A TICKET FOR A

                             NORMAL FARE TRIP WHICH LIMITS THE CARRIAGE TO SPECIFIC PERIODS OF THE DAY, WEEK, MONTH OR YEAR, IS GOOD FOR CARRIAGE ONLY DURING THE PERIOD TO WHICH THE FARE APPLIES.

                        (B)  EXCURSION OR SPECIAL FARE TICKETS - IF THE

                             TICKET IS FOR AN EXCURSION OR SPECIAL FARE

HAVING A SHORTER PERIOD OF VALIDITY THAN

                             INDICATED ABOVE, SUCH SHORTER PERIOD OF

                             VALIDITY APPLIES ONLY IN RESPECT TO SUCH

                             EXCURSION OR SPECIAL FARE TRANSPORTATION.

                   (3)  "OPEN EXCHANGE ORDER"/MISCELLANEOUS CHARGES ORDER

                        AN EXCHANGE ORDER OR MISCELLANEOUS CHARGES ORDER

                        ISSUED WITHOUT DEFINITE DATE OF PASSAGE MUST BE

                        PRESENTED FOR A TICKET WITHIN ONE YEAR FROM THE

                        DATE OF ISSUE; OTHERWISE IT WILL NOT BE HONORED

                        FOR A TICKET.

                   (4)  EXPIRED TICKET

                        AN EXPIRED TICKET OR EXCHANGE ORDER WILL BE

                        ACCEPTED FOR REFUND IN ACCORDANCE WITH RULE 90(E),(REFUNDS)

                   (5)  COMPUTATION OF VALIDITY

                        WHEN DETERMINING TICKET VALIDITY, RETURN LIMITS

                        AND ALL OTHER CALENDAR PERIODS SPECIFIED HEREIN,

                        THE FIRST DAY TO BE COUNTED SHALL BE THE DAY

                        FOLLOWING THAT UPON WHICH THE TICKET IS ISSUED OR

                        THE TRANSPORTATION COMMENCED.

                   (6)  EXPIRATION OF VALIDITY

                        TICKETS EXPIRE AT MIDNIGHT ON THE DATE OF

                        EXPIRATION OF TICKET VALIDITY.

              (C)  EXTENSION OF TICKET VALIDITY

                   (1)  IF A PASSENGER IS PREVENTED FROM TRAVELLING WITHIN THE PERIOD OF VALIDITY OF HIS TICKET BECAUSE CARRIER:

                        (A)  CANCELS THE FLIGHT UPON WHICH THE PASSENGER

                             HOLDS CONFIRMED SPACE;

                        (B)  OMITS A SCHEDULED STOP, PROVIDED THIS IS THE

                             PASSENGER'S PLACE OF DEPARTURE, PLACE OF

                             DESTINATION, OR PLACE OF STOPOVER;

                        (C)  FAILS TO OPERATE A FLIGHT REASONABLY

                             ACCORDING TO SCHEDULE;

                        (D)  CAUSES THE PASSENGER TO MISS A CONNECTION;

                        (E)  SUBSTITUTES A DIFFERENT CLASS OF SERVICE, OR

                        (F)  IS UNABLE TO PROVIDE PREVIOUSLY CONFIRMED

                             SPACE;

                        CARRIER WILL, WITHOUT ADDITIONAL COLLECTION OF

                        FARE, EXTEND THE VALIDITY OF SUCH PASSENGER'S

                        TICKET UNTIL THE FIRST SERVICE OF CARRIER, ON THE

                        CLASS FOR WHICH THE FARE HAS BEEN PAID, ON WHICH

                        SPACE IS AVAILABLE, BUT NOT FOR MORE THAN 30 DAYS.

                   (2)  LACK OF SPACE

                        WHEN A PASSENGER IN POSSESSION OF A NORMAL FARE

                        TICKET, OR A SPECIAL FARE TICKET THAT HAS THE SAME VALIDITY AS A NORMAL FARE TICKET, IS PREVENTED FROM TRAVELLING WITHIN THE PERIOD OF VALIDITY OFHIS TICKET BECAUSE CARRIER IS UNABLE TO PROVIDESPACE ON THE FLIGHT, THE VALIDITY OF SUCH PASSENGER'S TICKET WILL BE EXTENDED UNTIL THE FIRST FLIGHT, OF THE SAME CLASS OF SERVICE PAID FOR, UPON WHICH SPACE IS AVAILABLE, BUT NOT FOR MORE THAN SEVEN DAYS.

              (D)  WAIVER OF MINIMUM/MAXIMUM STAY PROVISIONS

                   (1)  ONCE TRAVEL HAS COMMENCED, THE MINIMUM STAY

                        REQUIREMENT WITH REGARD TO ANY FARE WILL BE WAIVED OR THE MAXIMUM STAY REQUIREMENT WITH REGARD TO ANY FARE WILL BE EXTENDED IN THE EVENT OF THE DEATH OFANY MEMBER OF THE PASSENGER'S IMMEDIATE FAMILY AS DEFINED IN RULE L (DEFINITIONS) OCCURRING AFTER COMMENCEMENT OF TRAVEL.

                        (A)  IN THE EVENT THE MINIMUM STAY REQUIREMENT IS

                             WAIVED, THE TICKET MUST BE ENDORSED "EARLIER

                             RETURN ON ACCOUNT OF THE DEATH OF . . . (NAME OF PASSENGER'S IMMEDIATE FAMILY MEMBER/RELATIONSHIP)."

                        (B)  THE MAXIMUM STAY REQUIREMENT WILL BE EXTENDED FOR NOT MORE THAN 45 DAYS AFTER THE DATE OF DEATH OF PASSENGER'S IMMEDIATE FAMILY MEMBER.

                        (C)  A DEATH CERTIFICATE (OR A COPY) DULY EXECUTED BY THE COMPETENT AUTHORITIES (I.E. THOSE DESIGNATED TO ISSUE A DEATH CERTIFICATE BY THE APPLICABLE LAWS OF THE COUNTRY CONCERNED) IN WHICH DEATH OCCURRED MUST BE PRESENTED AT THE TIME OF RETICKETING.

                   (2)  ONCE TRAVEL HAS COMMENCED, THE MINIMUM STAY

                        REQUIREMENT WITH REGARD TO ANY FARE WILL BE WAIVEDOR THE MAXIMUM STAY REQUIREMENT WITH REGARD TO ANY FARE WILL BE EXTENDED IN THE EVENT OF ILLNESS OR HOSPITALIZATION OCCURRING AFTER COMMENCEMENT OF TRAVEL OF A PASSENGER OR ANY MEMBER OF THE PASSENGER'S IMMEDIATE FAMILY AS DEFINED IN RULE 1 (DEFINITIONS).

                        (A)  IN THE EVENT THE MINIMUM STAY REQUIREMENT IS

                             WAIVED, THE TICKET MUST BE ENDORSED "EARLIER

                             RETURN ON ACCOUNT OF ILLNESS OF . . . (NAME

                             OF PASSENGER OR PASSENGER'S IMMEDIATE FAMILY

                             MEMBER/RELATIONSHIP)."

                        (B)  THE MAXIMUM STAY REQUIREMENT WILL BE EXTENDED UNTIL THE DATE WHEN THE PASSENGER BECOMES FIT TO TRAVEL OR MEMBER OF THE PASSENGER'S IMMEDIATE FAMILY BECOMES FIT ACCORDING TO A MEDICAL CERTIFICATE, OR UNTIL THE DATE OF THE FIRST AVAILABLE FLIGHT AFTER SUCH DATE FOR THE CLASS OF SERVICE FOR WHICH THE FARE HAS BEEN PAID; PROVIDED THAT, THE VALIDITY OF SUCH TICKET WILL BE EXTENDED FOR NOT MORE THAN THREE MONTHS FROM THE ISSUING DATE OF THE CERTIFICATES SPECIFIED IN PARAGRAPH (C) BELOW IF THE UNUSED COUPON INCLUDES ONE OR MORE STOPOVER POINTS.

                        (C)  A DOCUMENT CERTIFYING HOSPITALIZATION ISSUED

                             BY THE ADMINISTRATIVE AUTHORITY OF THE

                             HOSPITAL WHERE CONFINEMENT OCCURRED OR

                             PHYSICIAN'S CERTIFICATE STATING THE

                             CIRCUMSTANCE WHICH NECESSITATES TRAVEL UNDER

                             THIS PROVISION MUST BE PRESENTED AT THE TIME

                             OF RETICKETING.

                   (3)  IF THE DEATH CERTIFICATE OR MEDICAL CERTIFICATE IS NOT AVAILABLE AT THE TIME THE PASSENGER IS TO

                        TRAVEL OR IF THE CARRIER HAS REASON TO DOUBT THE

                        VALIDITY OF SUCH CERTIFICATE, THE PASSENGER WILL

                        BE ACCOMODATED ONLY UPON PAYMENT OF THE FARE

                        APPLICABLE TO THE TRANSPORTATION ACTUALLY USED AND A REQUEST FOR REFUND MAY BE FILED WITH THE

                        CARRIER.  UPON RECEIPT OF THE CLAIM FORM AND ALL

                        SUPPORTING DOCUMENTS AND AFTER DETERMINING THE

                        VALIDITY OF THE CLAIM THE CARRIER WILL REFUND TO

                        THE PASSENGER THE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN THE TOTAL

                        FARE PAID BY THE PASSENGER AND THE AMOUNT THE

                        PASSENGER WOULD HAVE PAID UNDER THE PROVISION OF

                        THIS RULE.

              (E)  COUPON SEQUENCE AND PRODUCTION OF THE TICKET

                   FLIGHT COUPONS MUST BE USED IN SEQUENCE FROM THE PLACE

                   OF DEPARTURE AS SHOWN ON THE PASSENGER COUPON.  THE

                   PASSENGER THROUGHOUT HIS JOURNEY MUST RETAIN THE

                   PASSENGER COUPON AND ALL FLIGHT COUPONS OF THE TICKET

                   NOT PREVIOUSLY SURRENDERED TO CARRIER.  HE MUST, WHEN

                   REQUIRED, PRODUCE THE TICKET AND SURRENDER ANY

                   APPLICABLE PORTION TO CARRIER.

              (F)  ABSENCE, LOSS, OR IRREGULARITIES OF TICKET

                   (1)  CARRIER IS NOT OBLIGATED TO ACCEPT A TICKET IF ANY PART OF IT IS MUTILATED OR IF IT HAS BEEN ALTERED BY OTHER THAN CARRIER OR IF IT IS PRESENTED WITHOUT THE PASSENGER COUPON AND ALL UNUSED FLIGHT COUPONS.

                   (2)  CARRIER WILL REFUSE CARRIAGE TO ANY PERSON NOT IN

                        POSSESSION OF A VALID TICKET.  IN CASE OF LOSS OR

                        NONPRESENTATION OF THE TICKET OR THE APPLICABLE

                        PORTION THEREOF, CARRIAGE WILL NOT BE FURNISHED

                        FOR THAT PART OF THE TRIP COVERED BY SUCH TICKET

                        OR PORTION THEREOF UNTIL THE PASSENGER PURCHASES

                        ANOTHER TICKET AT THE CURRENT APPLICABLE FARE FOR

                        THE CARRIAGE TO BE PERFORMED.

                   (3)  NOTWITHSTANDING THE FOREGOING, CARRIER WILL ISSUE

                        AT THE PASSENGER'S REQUEST A NEW TICKET TO REPLACE THE LOST ONE UPON RECEIPT OF PROOF OF LOSS SATISFACTORY TO CARRIER, AND IF THE CIRCUMSTANCES OF THE CASE IN CARRIER'S OPINION WARRANT SUCH ACTION; PROVIDED THAT THE PASSENGER AGREES, INSUCH FORM AS MAY BE PRESCRIBED BY CARRIER, TO INDEMNIFY CARRIER FOR ANY LOSS OR DAMAGE THAT CARRIER MAY SUSTAIN BY REASON THEREOF.

              (G)  NONTRANSFERABILITY

                   A TICKET IS NOT TRANSFERABLE, BUT CARRIER SHALL NOT BE

                   LIABLE TO THE PERSON ENTITLED TO BE TRANSPORTED OR TO

                   THE PERSON ENTITLED TO RECEIVE SUCH REFUND FOR HONORING OR REFUNDING SUCH TICKET WHEN PRESENTED BY SOMEONE OTHER THAN THE PERSON ENTITLED TO BE TRANSPORTED THEREUNDER OR TO A REFUND IN CONNECTION THEREWITH.  IF A TICKET IS IN FACT USED BY ANY PERSON OTHER THAN THE PERSON TO WHOM IT WAS ISSUED, CARRIER WILL NOT BE LIABLE FOR THE DESTRUCTION, DAMAGE, OR DELAY OF SUCH UNAUTHORIZED PERSON'S BAGGAGE OR OTHER PERSONAL PROPERTY OR THE DEATH OR INJURY OF SUCH UNAUTHORIZED PERSONS ARISING FROM OR IN CONNECTION WITH SUCH UNAUTHORIZED USE.

              (H)  PREPAID TICKET ADVICE

                   UNLESS OTHERWISE PROVIDED, PURCHASE OF A PREPAID TICKET ADVICE (PTA) WILL CONSTITUTE PURCHASE AND ISSUANCE OFTICKET.

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K    CURRENCY OF PAYMENT

              EXCEPT AS NOTED BELOW, FARES AND CHARGES ARE PAYABLE IN ANY

              CURRENCY ACCEPTABLE TO THE CARRIER.  WHEN PAYMENT IS MADE IN CURRENCY OTHER THAN THE CURRENCY IN WHICH THE FARE IS

              PUBLISHED, SUCH PAYMENT WILL BE MADE AT THE RATE OF EXCHANGEESTABLISHED FOR SUCH PURPOSE BY THE CARRIER, THE CURRENT STATEMENT OF WHICH IS AVAILABLE FOR INSPECTION BY THEPASSENGER AT THE CARRIER'S OFFICE WHERE THE TICKET IS

              PURHASED.  THE PROVISIONS OF THIS RULE ARE ALSO SUBJECT TO

              APPLICABLE EXCHANGE LAWS AND GOVERNMENT REGULATIONS.

              (A)  PAYMENT OF FARES IN THE U.S.A. FOR TRAVEL ORIGINATING

                   IN THE U.S.A. SHALL BE IN U.S. DOLLARS (USD).

              (B)  PAYMENT OF FARES IN CANADA FOR TRAVEL ORIGINATING IN

                   CANADA SHALL BE IN CANADIAN DOLLARS (CAD).

              (C)  PAYMENT OF FARES FOR TRAVEL ORIGINATING AT A POINT

                   OUTSIDE OF THE U.S.A./CANADA SHALL BE IN THE CURRENCY

OF THE COUNTRY OF ORIGIN, OR IN USD/CAD.  IF PAYMENT IS MADE IN USD/CAD, THEN THE FARE CALCULATED IN THE CURRENCY OF THE COUNTRY OF ORIGIN IS CONVERTED INTOUSD/CAD AT THE LOCAL BANKERS' SELLING RATE OF EXCHANGE.

              (D)  WHEN A TRANSPORTATION DOCUMENT IS PRESENTED FOR EITHER

                   REROUTING OR REFUND AT POINTS IN THE U.S.A.; OR POINTS

                   OUTSIDE THE U.S.A. COVERING TRAVEL ORIGINATING AND PAID FOR IN THE U.S.A., THE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN THE VALUE OFTHE REVISED JOURNEY AND THE VALUE OF THE ORIGINAL TRANSPORTATION DOCUMENT SHALL BE CALCULATED IN THE CURRENCY OF THE COUNTRY WHERE TRAVEL COMMENCED.

                   (1)  IF THE VALUE OF THE REVISED JOURNEY EXCEEDS THE

                        VALUE OF THE ORIGINAL TRANSPORTATION DOCUMENT, THE DIFFERENCE IN VALUE SHALL CONSTITUTE AN ADDITIONAL COLLECTION AND IT SHALL BE CONVERTED FROM THE CURRENCY IN WHICH CALCULATED INTO THE CURRENCY BEING COLLECTED FROM THE PASSENGER OR PURCHASER ATTHE LOCAL BANKERS' BUYING RATE OF EXCHANGE AT THE TIME OF SUCH TRANSACTION.

                   (2)  IF THE VALUE OF THE ORIGINAL TRANSPORTATION

                        DOCUMENT EXCEEDS THE VALUE OF THE REVISED JOURNEY, THE DIFFERENCE IN VALUE SHALL CONSTITUTE A REFUND AND IT SHALL BE CONVERTED FROM THE CURRENCY IN WHICH CALCULATED INTO THE CURRENCY BEING REFUNDED TO THE PASSENGER OR PURCHASER AT THE LOCAL BANKERS' BUYING RATE OF EXCHANGE AT THE TIME OF SUCH TRANSACTION.

                        NOTE:  THE CARRIER WILL PAY A REFUND IN THE SAME

                               FORM (E.G. CASH, CHECK, CREDIT CARD; ETC.)

                               THAT WAS USED IN PURCHASING THE ORIGINAL

                               TRANSPORTATION DOCUMENT. THE CARRIER, IN

                               MAKING THE REFUND, WILL ALSO OBSERVE ANY

                               REFUND RESTRICTION THAT IS PUBLISHED IN THE GOVERNING RULE(S) APPLICABLE TO THE FARE PAID BY THE PASSENGER.  FURTHERMORE, THE CARRIER WILL OBSERVE ANY GOVERNMENT OR CARRIER RESTRICTION IMPOSED ON THE CONVERSION AND REFUND OF CURRENCIES OUTSIDE THE COUNTRY WHOSE CURRENCY WAS ORIGINALLY COLLECTED.

              (E)  AS USED HEREIN THE TERM "BANKERS' BUYING RATE" MEANS

                   THE RATE AT WHICH, FOR THE PURPOSE OF THE TRANSFER OF

                   FUNDS THROUGH BANKING CHANNELS (I.E. OTHER THAN

                   TRANSACTIONS IN BANK NOTES, TRAVELLERS CHECKS, AND

                   SIMILAR BANKING INSTRUMENTS), A BANK WILL PURCHASE A

                   GIVEN AMOUNT OF FOREIGN CURRENCY IN EXCHANGE FOR ONE

                   UNIT (OR UNITS) OF THE NATIONAL CURRENCY OF THE COUNTRYIN WHICH THE EXCHANGE TRANSACTION TAKES PLACE.

              (F)  AS USED HEREIN, THE TERM "BANKERS SELLING RATE" MEANS

TRANSFER OF FUNDS THROUGH BANKING CHANNELS (I.E. OTHER

                  THAN TRANSACTIONS IN BANK NOTES, TRAVELLERS CHEQUES AND

                  SIMILAR BANKING INSTRUMENTS), A BANK WILL SELL A GIVEN

                  AMOUNT OF FOREIGN CURRENCY IN EXCHANGE FOR ONE UNIT (OR

                  UNITS) OF THE NATIONAL CURRENCY OF THE COUNTRY IN WHICH

                  THE EXCHANGE TRANSACTION TAKES PLACE.

                  EXCEPTION 1:  IN THE U.S.A THE "BANKERS SELLING RATE" OR"BANKERS' BUYING RATE" MEANS THE RATE

                                PUBLISHED EACH TUESDAY IN THE WALL STREET

                                JOURNAL UNDER THE HEADING OF "SELLING

                                PRICES FOR BANK TRANSFERS IN THE U.S. FOR

                                PAYMENT ABROAD".  THIS RATE WILL BE

                                APPLICABLE FROM WEDNESDAY OF EACH WEEK UP

                                TO AND INCLUDING THE TUESDAY OF THE

                                FOLLOWING WEEK.  WHEN A NATIONAL HOLIDAY

                                FALLS ON A MONDAY, FOREIGN EXCHANGE RATES

                                DO NOT APPEAR IN THE TUESDAY EDITION OF

                                THE WALL STREET JOURNAL.  IN THIS CASE,

                                THE PREVIOUS WEEK'S RATES ARE USED THROUGH WEDNESDAY INSTEAD OF TUESDAY, AND THE WEDNESDAY EDITION OF THE WALL STREET

                                JOURNAL WILL BE USED FOR THE PERIOD

                                THURSDAY THROUGH TUESDAY.

                  EXCEPTION 2:  IN CANADA, THE "BANKERS' SELLING RATE" OR

                                "BANKER'S BUYING RATE" MEANS THE UNIT RATEPUBLISHED IN THE TORONTO GLOBE AND MAIL FRIDAY EDITION EACH WEEK, AS THE FOREIGN EXCHANGE MID MARKET RATE IN CANADIAN FUNDS.  FOR CURRENCIES NOT QUOTED IN SUCH PUBLICATION, THE BANKER'S RATE SHALL MEAN THE BANK BUYING RATE QUOTED BY THE "ROYAL BANK OF CANADA", MAIN OFFICE IN WINNIPEG, AS OF THE CLOSE OF BUSINESS ON THURSDAY OF EACH WEEK.  THESE RATES WILL BE APPLICABLE

                                FROM MONDAY OF THE FOLLOWING WEEK UP TO

                                AND INCLUDING THE FOLLOWING SUNDAY.

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K   REVISED ROUTINGS, FAILURE TO CARRY AND MISSED CONNECTIONS

  (A)  CHANGES REQUESTED BY PASSENGER

       (1)  AT THE PASSENGER'S REQUEST, MF WILL EFFECT A

            CHANGE IN THE ROUTING (OTHER THAN THE POINT OF

            ORIGIN), CARRIER(S), CLASS(ES) OF SERVICE,DESTINATION, FARE OR VALIDITY SPECIFIED IN AN UNUSED TICKET/FLIGHT COUPON(S)/MISCELLANEOUS CHARGE ORDER (MCO)/PREPAID TICKET ADVICE (PTA), PROVIDED THAT:

            (A)  MF ISSUED SUCH TICKET/PTA/MCO, OR

            (B)  MF IS THE CARRIER DESIGNATED IN THE "VIA

                 CARRIER" BOX (OR NO CARRIER IS DESIGNATED IN

                 THE "VIA CARRIER" BOX) OF THE UNUSED FLIGHT

                 COUPON/MCO/PTA FOR THE FIRST ONWARD CARRIAGE

                 FROM THE POINT ON THE ROUTE AT WHICH THE

                 PASSENGER DESIRES THE CHANGE TO COMMENCE.

                 EXCEPTION: THE PROVISIONS OF SUBPARAGRAPH

                            (C), BELOW, SHALL APPLY WHEN A

                            CARRIER OTHER THAN MF ISSUED THE

                            TICKET/MCO/PTA AND; SUCH CARRIER

                            IS DESIGNATED IN THE "VIA CARRIER"

                            BOX ON ANY SUBSEQUENT FLIGHT

                            COUPON/MCO/PTA; AND SUCH CARRIER

                            HAS AN OFFICE OR GENERAL AGENT

                            (WHO IS AUTHORIZED TO MAKE

                            ENDORSEMENTS) AT THE POINT ON THE

                            ROUTE WHERE THE CHANGE IS TO

                            COMMENCE OR THE POINT WHERE THE

                            CHANGE IS REQUESTED, OR.

            (C)  MF HAS RECEIVED WRITTEN OR TELEGRAPHIC

                 AUTHORITY FROM THE CARRIER WHO IS AUTHORIZED

                 TO MAKE SUCH CHANGES.

                 CHANGES REQUESTED BY THE PASSENGER SHALL BE

                 EFFECTED BY RETICKETING THE PASSENGER OR

                 ENDORSING ANY UNUSED TICKET/FLIGHT

                 COUPON/PTA/MCO TO THE NEW RECEIVING CARRIER.

       (2)  WHEN THE REROUTING RESULTS IN A CHANGE OF FARE,

            THE NEW FARE AND CHARGES SHALL BE CONSTRUCTED AS

            FOLLOWS:

            (A)  (NOT APPLICABLE TO/FROM POINTS IN THE

                 U.S.A./CANADA) - IF THE DESTINATION IS

                 UNCHANGED THE NEW FARE SHALL BE CONSTRUCTED

                 FROM THE LAST FARE CONSTRUCTION POINT

                 PRECEDING THE POINT AT WHICH THE REROUTING

                 TAKES PLACE, AS SHOWN ON THE TICKET SUBMITTED FOR REROUTING, TO THE FARE CONSTRUCTION POINT SHOWN ON THE TICKET SUBMITTED FOR REROUTING, BEYOND WHICH THE ORIGINAL FARE CONSTRUCTION REMAINS APPLICABLE:

 NOTE: FOR THE PURPOSE OF THIS RULE, FARE

                       CONSTRUCTION POINT, AS USED HEREIN,

                       MEANS THE POINT TO WHICH THE PREVIOUS

                       FARE WAS CALCULATED.

           (B)  (NOT APPLICABLE TO/FROM POINTS IN THE

U.S.A./CANADA) - IF THE DESTINATION IS CHANGED THE NEW FARE SHALL BE CONSTRUCTED FROM THE LAST FARE CONSTRUCTION POINT PRECEDING THE POINT AT WHICH THE REROUTING TAKES PLACE, AS SHOWN ON THE TICKET SUBMITTED FOR REROUTING, TO THE NEW DESTINATION;

                NOTE 1:  THE POINTS OF ORIGIN AND DESTINATION, AS WELL AS THE POINT OF OUTWARD DESTINATION IN THE CASE OF A ROUND TRIP TICKET, SHALL ALSO BE FARE CONSTRUCTION POINTS, AND THE FARES AND CHARGES TO BE USED FOR THE CONSTRUCTION OF THE NEW FARE SHALL BE THOSE WHICH WOULD HAVE BEEN APPLICABLE AS OF THE DATE OF COMMENCEMENT OF CARRIAGE.

                NOTE 2:  FOR THE PURPOSE FOR THIS RULE, FARE

                         CONSTRUCTION POINT, AS USED HEREIN,

                         MEANS THE POINT TO WHICH THE PREVIOUS FARE WAS CALCULATED.

           (C)  (APPLICABLE ONLY FROM/TO POINTS IN THE

                U.S.A./CANADA) - THE NEW FARE SHALL BE

                CALCULATED UPON THE BASIS OF THAT WHICH WOULD

                HAVE BEEN APPLICABLE HAD THE PASSENGER

                PURCHASED TRANSPORTATION FOR THE REVISED

                ITINERARY (WHICH INCLUDES THOSE POINTS FOR

                WHICH TRANSPORTATION HAS ALREADY BEEN

                COMPLETED) PRIOR TO DEPARTURE FROM POINT OF

                ORIGIN.

           (D)  ADDITIONAL PASSAGE AT THE THROUGH FARE AND

                CHARGES SHALL NOT BE PERMITTED UNLESS REQUEST

                THEREFOR HAS BEEN MADE PRIOR TO ARRIVAL AT THE DESTINATION NAMED ON THE ORIGINAL TICKET OR MISCELLANEOUS CHARGES ORDER; AND, AFTER

                CARRIAGE HAS COMMENCED:

                (I)  A ONE-WAY TICKET SHALL NOT BE CONVERTED

                     INTO A ROUND, CIRCLE OR OPEN JAW TRIP

                     TICKET AT THE ROUND, CIRCLE OR OPEN JAW

                     TRIP DISCOUNT FOR ANY PORTION ALREADY

                     FLOWN.  DISCOUNT WILL BE APPLIED ONLY TO

                     ANY REROUTED PORTION OF THE TRIP AND ONLY FROM THE POINT OF REROUTING, NOT BASED ON ANY PORTION OF THE TRIP ALREADY FLOWN;

               (II)  A ROUND, CIRCLE OR DISCOUNTED OPEN JAW

                     TRIP TICKET CAN BE CONVERTED INTO ANY

                     OTHER ONE OF THESE CATEGORIES PROVIDED

                     THAT THE REQUEST THEREFOR IS MADE PRIOR

                     TO ARRIVAL AT THE DESTINATION NAMED ON

                     THE ORIGINAL TICKET OR MISCELLANEOUS CHARGES ORDER.

      (3)  ANY DIFFERENCE BETWEEN THE FARES AND CHARGES

           APPLICABLE UNDER SUBPARAGRAPH (2) ABOVE, AND THE

           FARES AND CHARGES PAID BY THE PASSENGER, WILL BE

           COLLECTED FROM THE PASSENGER BY THE CARRIER

           ACCOMPLISHING THE REROUTING WHO WILL ALSO PAY TO

           THE PASSENGER ANY AMOUNTS DUE ON ACCOUNT OF

           REFUNDS.

      (4)  THE EXPIRATION DATE OF ANY NEW TICKET ISSUED FOR A

           REVISED ROUTING WILL BE LIMITED TO THE EXPIRATION

           DATE THAT WOULD HAVE BEEN APPLICABLE HAD THE NEW

           TICKET BEEN ISSUED ON THE DATE OF SALE OF THE

           ORIGINAL TICKET OR MISCELLANEOUS CHARGES ORDER.

      (5)  TIME LIMITS ON CANCELLATIONS AND CHARGES FOR LATE

           CANCELLATIONS WILL BE APPLICABLE TO REVISED

           ROUTINGS REQUESTED BY PASSENGER.

  (B)  INVOLUNTARY REVISED ROUTINGS

       (1)  IN THE EVENT CARRIER CANCELS A FLIGHT, FAILS TO

            OPERATE ACCORDING TO SCHEDULES, SUBSTITUTES A

            DIFFERENT TYPE OF EQUIPMENT OR DIFFERENT CLASS OF

            SERVICE, OR IS UNABLE TO PROVIDE PREVIOUSLY

            CONFIRMED SPACE, OR THE PASSENGER IS REFUSED

            PASSAGE OR REMOVED, IN ACCORDANCE WITH RULE 55

            HEREIN, CARRIER WILL EITHER:

            (A)  MAKE REASONABLE EFFORTS TO INFORM PASSENGERS

                 OF SCHEDULE IRREGULARITIES AND TO THE EXTENT

                 POSSIBLE, THE REASON FOR THE SCHEDULE

                 IRREGULARITIES.

            (B)  IN THE EVENT OF A SCHEDULE IRREGULARITY,

                 WITHIN THE CARRIER'S CONTROL, PRESENT THE

                 PASSENGER WITH THE FOLLOWING OPTIONS:

                 (I)  CARRY THE PASSENGER TO THE DESTINATION

                      NAMED ON THE TICKET, OR APPLICABLE

                      PORTION THEREOF, WITHIN A REASONABLE

                      AMOUNT OF TIME, ON ANOTHER OF ITS

                      PASSENGER AIRCRAFT OR IN A DIFFERENT

                      CLASS OF SERVICE ON WHICH SPACE IS

                      AVAILABLE, WITHOUT ADDITIONAL CHARGE,

                      REGARDLESS OF THE CLASS OF SERVICE IN

                      WHICH THE PASSENGER WAS BOOKED; OR,

                (II)  REROUTE THE PASSENGER TO THE DESTINATION NAMED ON THE TICKET, OR APPLICABLE PORTION THEREOF, ON ITS OWN TRANSPORTATION SERVICES WITHIN A

                      REASONABLE AMOUNT OF TIME.  IF THE FARE

                      FOR THE REVISED ROUTING OR CLASS OF

                      SERVICE IS HIGHER THAN THE FARE PAID BY

                      THE PASSENGER, THE CARRIER WILL REQUIRE

                      NO ADDITIONAL PAYMENT FROM THEPASSENGER.  IF THE FARE FOR THE REVISED

                      ROUTING IS IN A LOWER CLASS OF SERVICE,

                      A REFUND WILL BE MADE FOR THE DIFFERENCE IN FARE.  THE REFUND WILL BE MADE TO THE PURCHASER OF THE TICKET.  THE FORM OF REFUND WILL BE THE SAME AS THE FORM OF PAYMENT USED FOR THE TICKET.  THE REFUND WILL BE BASED ON THE TOTAL VALUE OF THE TICKET; OR,

                (III) REROUTE THE PASSENGER TO THE DESTINATION NAMED ON THE TICKET, OR APPLICABLE PORTION THEREOF, ON ANOTHER AIR CARRIER'S TRANSPORTATION SERVICES,

                      INCLUDING INTERLINE OR, WHERE POSSIBLE

                      AND NECESSARY, NON-INTERLINE CARRIERS,

                      WITHIN A REASONABLE AMOUNT OF TIME.  IF

                      THE FARE FOR THE REVISED ROUTING OR

                      CLASS OF SERVICE IS HIGHER THAN THE FARE PAID BY THE PASSENGER, THE CARRIER WILL REQUIRE NO ADDITIONAL PAYMENT FROM THE PASSENGER.  IF THE FARE FOR THE REVISED ROUTING IS IN A LOWER CLASS OF SERVICE, A REFUND WILL BE MADE FOR THE DIFFERENCE IN FARE.  THE REFUND WILL BE MADE TO THE PURCHASER OF THE TICKET.  THE FORM OF REFUND WILL BE THE SAME AS THE FORM OF PAYMENT USED FOR THE TICKET. THE REFUND WILL BE BASED ON THE TOTAL VALUE OF THE TICKET; OR,

                 (IV) IF THE PASSENGER CHOOSES TO NO LONGER

                      TRAVEL AS THE SCHEDULE IRREGULARITY

                      RESULTS IN THE LOSS OF PURPOSE OF TRAVELOR IF THE CARRIER IS UNABLE TO PERFORM THE OPTION STATED IN (A),(B) OR (C) WITHIN A REASONABLE AMOUNT OF TIME, THE CARRIER WILL TRANSPORT THE PASSENGER TO THE POINT OF ORIGIN NAMED ON THE TICKET AND REFUND THE FULL AMOUNT OF THE TICKET IN ACCORDANCE WITH RULE 90, IRRESPECTIVE IF TRAVEL HAS COMMENCED, OR SUBJECT TO

                      PASSENGER'S AGREEMENT, OFFER A TRAVEL

                      VOUCHER FOR FUTURE TRAVEL IN THE SAME

                      AMOUNT;

                 (V)  OTHERWISE, SHOULD THE ALTERNATE

                      TRANSPORTATION PROPOSED BY THE CARRIER

                      NOT MEET THE PASSENGER'S STATISFACTION,

                      THE CARRIER WILL OFFER A REFUND EQUAL TO THE FARE AND CHARGE PAID.  THE REFUND WILL BE MADE TO THE PURCHASER OF THE TICKET(S).  THE FORM OF REFUND WILL BE THE SAME FORM USED AS PAYMENT OF THE

                      TICKET(S).  THE REFUND WILL BE BASED ON

                      THE TOTAL VALUE OF THE TICKET(S).  FOR

                      COMPLETE CONDITIONS ON REFUNDS, SEE RULE 90.

                (VI)  NOTHING IN THE ABOVE SHALL LIMIT OR

                      REDUCE THE PASSENGER'S RIGHT, IF ANY, TO CLAIM DAMAGES, IF ANY UNDER THE

                      APPLICABLE CONVENTION, OR UNDER THE LAW

                      WHEN NEITHER CONVENTION APPLIES.

               (VII)  IN ADDITION TO THE ABOVE, THE CARRIER

                      WILL ALWAYS CONSIDER THE NEEDS OF THE

                      PASSENGER ON A CASE BY CASE BASIS AND

                      TAKE INTO ACCOUNT ALL KNOWN

                      CIRCUMSTANCES TO AVOID OR MITIGATE THE

                      DAMAGES CAUSED BY THE SCHEDULE

                      IRREGULARITY WITHIN THE CARRIER'S

                      CONTROL.

            (C)  IN THE EVENT OF A SCHEDULED IRREGULARITY, NOT WITHIN THE CARRIER'S CONTROL (E.G. FORCE

                 MAJEURE), WILL PROVIDE THE FOLOWING:

                 (I)  THE CARRIER WILL OFFER THE PASSENGER THE CHOICE TO TRAVEL ON ANOTHER OF ITS SCHEDULED FLIGHTS ON THE SAME ROUTE AS THE PASSENGER WAS ORIGINALLY TICKETED OR TO TRAVEL ON A DIFFERENT ROUTING OPERATED BY THE CARRIER TO THE SAME TICKETED DESTINATION.

                (II)  IF THESE OPTIONS ARE NOT AVAILABLE, THE

                      CARRIER WILL OFFER TO TRANSPORT THE

                      PASSENGER ON THE SAME ROUTE AS HE/SHE

                      WAS ORIGINALLY TICKETED OR ON A

                      DIFFERENT ROUTE OPERATED BY THE SERVICES OF ANOTHER CARRIER WITH WHOM THE ORIGINAL AIR CARRIER HAS A COMMERCIAL AGREEMENT AND PROVIDED SPACE IS AVAILABLE.

               (III)  SHOULD THE FARE FOR THE ALTERNATE

                      TRANSPORTATION PROPOSED BY THE CARRIER

                      BE MORE EXPENSIVE, THE ADDITIONAL

                      PAYMENT SHALL BE MADE BUT THERE WILL BE

                      NO ADDITIONAL COST TO THE PASSENGER.

                (IV)  SHOULD THE FARE FOR THE ALTERNATE

                      TRANSPORTATION PROPOSED BY THE CARRIER

                      BE LESS EXPENSIVE, A REFUND WILL BE MADE TO THE PURCHASER OF THE TICKET(S).  THE FORM OF REFUND WILL BE THE SAME FORM USED AS PAYMENT OF THE TICKET(S).  THEREFUND WILL BE BASED ON THE TOTAL VALUEOF THE TICKET(S).  FOR COMPLETE

                      CONDITIONS ON REFUNDS SEE RULE 90.

                 (V)  SHOULD THE ALTERNATE TRANSPORTATION

                      PROPOSED BY THE CARRIER NOT MEET THE

                      PASSENGER'S SATISFACTION, THE UNUSED

                      PORTION OF THE PASSENGER'S TICKET(S)

                      WILL BE REFUNDED.  THE REFUND WILL BE

                      MADE TO THE PURCHASER OF THE TICKET(S).

                      THE FORM OF REFUND WILL BE THE SAME FORM USED AS PAYMENT OF THE TICKET(S).  THE REFUND WILL BE BASED ON THE TOTAL VALUE OF THE TICKET(S).  FOR COMPLETE

                      CONDITIONS ON REFUNDS, SEE RULE 90.

                (VI)  WHEN A REFUND IS REQUESTED AS A RESULT

                      OF A SCHEDULE IRREGULARITY, THE

                      PASSENGER MUST SUBMIT THE UNUSED

                      PORTIONS OF HIS/HER TICKET(S) TO THE

                      CARRIER BY NO LATER THAN 30 DAYS AFTER

                      THE VALIDITY SHOWN ON THE TICKET(S).

       (2)  RIGHT TO CARE.

            EXCEPT AS OTHERWISE PROVIDED IN OTHER APPLICABLE

            FOREIGN LEGISLATION, IN ADDITION TO THE PROVISIONS OF THIS RULE, IN CASE OF SCHEDULED IRREGULARITY

            WITHIN THE CARRIER'S CONTROL A PASSENGER WILL BE

            OFFERED THE FOLLOWING:

            (A)  FOR A SCHEDULE IRREGULARITY LASTING LONGER

                 THAN 4 HOURS, THE CARRIER WILL PROVIDE THE

                 PASSENGER WITH A MEAL VOUCHER.

            (B)  FOR A SCHEDULE IRREGULARITY LASTING MORE THAN 8 HOURS OR OVERNIGHT, THE CARRIER WILL

                 PROVIDE OVERNIGHT HOTEL ACCOMMODATION AND

                 AIRPORT TRANSFERS FOR THE PASSENGER.  THE

                 CARRIER IS NOT OBLIGATED TO PROVIDE OVERNIGHT ACCOMMODATION FOR PASSENGERS AT THE FIRST AIRPORT OF DEPARTURE APPEARING ON THE TICKET.

            (C)  IF THE PASSENGERS ARE ALREADY ON THE AIRCRAFT WHEN A DELAY OCCURS, THE CARRIER WILL OFFER DRINKS AND SNACKS IF IT IS SAFE, PRACTICAL AND TIMELY TO DO SO.  IF THE DELAY EXCEEDS NINETY (90) MINUTES AND CIRCUMSTANCES PERMIT, THE CARRIER WILL OFFER THE PASSENGER THEOPTION OF DISEMBARKING FROM THE AIRCRAFT UNTIL IT IS TIME TO DEPART.

       (3)  MISSED CONNECTIONS:  THE EVENT A PASSENGER MISSES

            AN ONWARD CONNECTING FLIGHT ON WHICH SPACE HAS

            BEEN RESERVED FOR HIM/HER BECAUSE THE DELIVERING

            CARRIER DID NOT OPERATE ITS FLIGHT ACCORDING TO

            SCHEDULES, OR CHANGED THE SCHEDULE OF SUCH FLIGHT, THE DELIVERING CARRIER WILL ARRANGE FOR THE CARRIAGE OF THE PASSENGER OR MAKE INVOLUNTARY

            REFUND IN ACCORDANCE WITH RULE 90 (REFUNDS)

            HEREIN.

       (4)  FREE BAGGGAGE ALLOWANCE:  AN INVOLUNTARY REROUTED

            PASSENGER SHALL BE ENTITLED TO RETAIN THE FREE

            BAGGAGE ALLOWANCE APPLICABLE FOR THE TYPE OF

            SERVICE ORIGINALLY PAID FOR.  THIS PROVISION SHALL APPLY EVEN THOUGH THE PASSENGER MAY BE TRANSFERRED FROM A FIRST CLASS FLIGHT TO AN ECONOMY/TOURIST/COACH/THRIFT CLASS FLIGHT AND IS

            ENTITLED TO A FARE REFUND.

AREA: ZZ TARIFF: IPRG    CXR: MF  RULE: 0085

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K    SCHEDULES, DELAYS AND CANCELLATIONS OF FLIGHTS

              (A)  SCHEDULES

                   THE TIMES SHOWN IN TIMETABLES OR ELSEWHERE AS

                   APPROXIMATE AND NOT GUARANTEED, AND FORM NO PART OF THE CONTRACT OF CARRIAGE.  SCHEDULES ARE SUBJECT TO CHANGE WITHOUT NOTICE AND THE CARRIER ASSUMES NO

                   RESPONSIBILITY FOR MAKING CONNECTIONS.  THE CARRIER

                   WILL NOT BE RESPONSIBLE FOR ERRORS OR OMISSIONS EITHER

                   IN TIMETABLES OR OTHER REPRESENTATIONS OF SCHEDULES NO

                   EMPLOYEE, AGENT OR REPRESENTATIVE OF THE CARRIER IS

                   AUTHORIZED TO BIND THE CARRIER AS TO THE DATES OR TIMESOF DEPARTURE OR ARRIVAL OR OF THE OPERATION OF ANY FLIGHT.

              (B)  CANCELLATIONS

                   (1)  THE CARRIER MAY, WITHOUT NOTICE, SUBSTITUTE

                        ALTERNATE CARRIERS OR AIRCRAFT.

                   (2)  THE CARRIER MAY, WITHOUT NOTICE CANCEL, TERMINATE, DIVERT, POSTPONE OR DELAY ANY FLIGHT OR THE FURTHER RIGHT OF CARRIAGE OR RESERVATION OF TRAFFIC ACCOMMODATIONS AND DETERMINE IF ANY

                        DEPARTURE OR LANDING SHOULD BE MADE, WITHOUT ANY

                        LIABILITY EXCEPT TO REFUND IN ACCORDANCE WITH ITS

                        TARIFFS THE FARE AND BAGGAGE CHARGES FOR ANY

                        UNUSED PORTION OF THE TICKET IF IT WOULD BE

                        ADVISABLE TO DO SO:

                        (A)  BECAUSE OF ANY FACT BEYOND ITS CONTROL

                             (INCLUDING, BUT WITHOUT LIMITATION, METEOROLOGICAL CONDITIONS, ACTS OF GOD, FORCE MAJEURE, STRIKES, RIOTS, CIVIL COMMOTIONS, EMBARGOES, WARS, HOSTILITIES, DISTURBANCES,OR UNSETTLED INTERNATIONAL CONDITIONS) ACTUAL, THREATENED OR REPORTED OR BECAUSE OF ANY DELAY, DEMAND, CONDITIONS, CIRCUMSTANCE OR REQUIREMENT DUE, DIRECTLY OR INDIRECTLY, TO SUCH FACT; OR

                        (B)  BECAUSE OF ANY FACT NOT TO BE FORESEEN,

                             ANTICIPATED OR PREDICTED; OR

                        (C)  BECAUSE OF ANY GOVERNMENT REGULATION, DEMAND

                             OR REQUIREMENT; OR

                        (D)  BECAUSE OF SHORTAGE OF LABOR, FUEL OR

                             FACILITIES, OR LABOR DIFFICULTIES OF THE

                             CARRIER OR OTHERS.

                   (3)  THE CARRIER WILL CANCEL THE RIGHT OR FURTHER RIGHT OF CARRIAGE OF THE PASSENGER AND HIS/HER BAGGAGE UPON THE REFUSAL OF THE PASSENGER, AFTER DEMAND BY THE CARRIER, TO PAY THE FARE OR THE PORTION THEREOF SO DEMANDED, OR TO PAY ANY CHARGE SO DEMANDED AND ASSESSABLE WITH RESPECT TO THE

                        BAGGAGE OF THE PASSENGER WITHOUT BEING SUBJECT TO

                        ANY LIABILITY THEREFOR EXCEPT TO REFUND, IN

                        ACCORDANCE HEREWITH, THE UNUSED PORTION OF THE

                        FARE AND BAGGAGE CHARGE(S) PREVIOUSLY PAID, IF

                        ANY.

AREA: ZZ TARIFF: IPRG    CXR: MF  RULE: 0087

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K   DENIED BOARDING COMPENSATION

  (A)  REQUESTING VOLUNTEERS ON DENIED BOARDING

       WHEN THE CARRIER JUDGES THAT ALL PASSENGERS HOLDING

       PREVIOUSLY CONFIRMED SPACE AND TICKETS ON A FLIGHT

       CANNOT BE ACCOMMODATED ON A GIVEN FLIGHT, THE FOLLOWING PROCEDURE SHALL APPLY:

       A NOTICE (AS SHOWN BELOW) WILL BE DISPLAYED AT ALL

       AIRPORT TICKET/CHECK-IN COUNTERS AND BOARDING LOCATIONS FOR THAT FLIGHT, SOLICITING PASSENGERS TO VOLUNTEER FOR DENIED BOARDING.

                  NOTICE TO PASSENGERS

       MF FLIGHT NO.     MAY BE OVERBOOKED TODAY AND THERE IS

       A SLIGHT CHANCE THAT A SEAT WILL NOT BE AVAILABLE ON

       THIS FLIGHT FOR WHICH A PERSON HAS A CONFIRMED

       RESERVATION.  IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE REGULATIONS OF THE CANADIAN, CHINESE AND U.S. GOVERNMENT, MF IS SEEKING VOLUNTEERS TO GIVE UP THEIR RESERVATION IN EXCHANGE FOR A COMPENSATORY PAYMENT, IN CASE THE FLIGHT IS ACTUALLY OVERBOOKED.

       ANYONE INTERESTED IN BEING A VOLUNTEER IS KINDLY

       REQUESTED TO CONTACT A MF AGENT FOR FURTHER DETAILS.

       IF YOU ARE DENIED BOARDING, YOU ARE ELIGIBLE, SUBJECT

       TO LIMITED EXCEPTIONS, TO COMPENSATION SPECIFIED IN (B)(4) OF THIS RULE.  THE COMPLETE RULES FOR THE PAYMENT OF COMPENSATION AND MF'S BOARDING PRIORITIES ARE AVAILABLE AT ALL OUR AIRPORT TICKET COUNTERS AND BOARDING LOCATIONS. THANK YOU VERY MUCH FOR YOUR COOPERATION IN THIS MATTER.

  (B)  INVOLUNTARY DENIED BOARDING PROCEDURE

       MF SHALL FOLLOW BOARDING PRIORITY RULES AS INDICATED IN A STATEMENT OF PUBLIC DISCLOSURE TO PASSENGERS

       ENCOMPASSING THE FOLLOWING:

       (1)  VOLUNTEERS AND BOARDING PRIORITIES

            IF A FLIGHT IS OVERSOLD (MORE PASSENGERS HOLD

            CONFIRMED RESERVATIONS THAN THERE ARE SEATS

            AVAILABLE), NO ONE MAY BE DENIED BOARDING AGAINST

            HIS/HER WILL UNTIL AIRLINE PERSONNEL FIRST ASK FOR VOLUNTEERS, WHO WILL GIVE UP THEIR RESERVATIONS WILLINGLY, IN EXCHANGE FOR A PAYMENT OF THE AIRLINE'S CHOOSING.  IF THERE ARE NOT ENOUGH VOLUNTEERS, OTHER PASSENGERS MAY BE DENIED

            BOARDING INVOLUNTARILY IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE

            FOLLOWING BOARDING PRIORITY OF MF:

            (A)  NON-REVENUE AND REDUCED RATE AIRLINE

                 EMPLOYEES AND/OR HIS/HER FAMILY MEMBERS.

            (B)  TOUR CONDUCTOR(S) NOT ACCOMPANYING A TOUR

                 GROUP.

            (C)  PASSENGER(S) (EXCLUDING TOUR CONDUCTORS)

                 OTHER THAN AIRLINE EMPLOYEE(S) TRAVELING ON

                 REDUCED RATE OR NON-REVENUE TICKETS.

            (D)  LOCAL BOARDING REVENUE PASSENGER(S) EXCLUDING THOSE PASSENGERS WHO VOLUNTEERED FOR DENIEDBOARDING.

            (E)  TOUR CONDUCTOR(S) ACCOMPANYING A TOUR GROUP.

            (F)  TRANSIT REVENUE PASSENGERS CONTINUING ON THE

                 SAME FLIGHT.

            (G)  GOVERNMENT INSPECTOR(S) OR CHECKER(S).

            (H)  DEADHEAD CREW MEMBERS WHOSE DENIED BOARDING

                 MAY CAUSE CANCELLATION, DELAY OR OTHER FORMS

                 OR IRREGULAR OPERATION TO OTHER SCHEDULED

                 FLIGHTS.

       NOTE:  ENSURE THAT PERSONS WITH DISABILITIES, ALONG

       WITH THEIR ATTENDANT, SHOULD BE THE FIRST GROUP OF PASSENGERS NOT TO BE DENIED BOARDING, FOLLOWING THE

       OVERBOOKING OF A FLIGHT.

       (2)  TRANSPORTATION AND CARE FOR PASSENGERS DENIED

            BOARDING

            A PASSENGER HAS THE RIGHT TO TAKE THE FLIGHT HE ORSHE HAS PURCHASED.  THE CARRIER WILL PRESENT A

            PASSENGER WHO HAS BEEN DENIED BOARDING, WHETHER

            VOLUNTARILY OR INVOLUNTARILY, WITH THE FOLLOWING

            OPTIONS:

            (A)  CARRY THE PASSENGER TO THE DESTINATION NAMED

                 ON THE TICKET, OR APPLICABLE PORTION THEREOF, WITHIN A REASONABLE AMOUNT OF TIME, ON ANOTHER OF ITS PASSENGER AIRCRAFT OR IN A

                 DIFFENT CLASS OF SERVICE ON WHICH SPACE IS

                 AVAILABLE, WITHOUT ADDITIONAL CHARGE,

                 REGARDLESS OF THE CLASS OF SERVICE IN WHICH

                 THE PASSENGER WAS BOOKED OR,

            (B)  REROUTE THE PASSENGER TO THE DESTINATION

                 NAMED ON THE TICKET, OR APPLICABLE PORTION

                 THEREOF, ON ITS OWN TRANSPORTATION SERVICES

                 WITHIN A REASONABLE AMOUNT OF TIME.  IF THE

                 FARES FOR THE REVISED ROUTING OR CLASS OF

                 SERVICE IS HIGHER THAN THE FARE PAID BY THE

                 PASSENGER, THE CARRIER WILL REQUIRE NO

                 ADDITIONAL PAYMENT FROM THE PASSENGER.  IF

                 THE FARE FOR THE REVISED ROUTING IS IN A

                 LOWER CLASS OF SERVICE, A REFUND WILL BE MADE FOR THE DIFFERENCE IN FARE.  THE REFUND WILL BE BASED ON THE TOTAL VALUE OF THE TICKET; OR,

            (C)  REROUTE THE PASSENGER TO THE DESTINATION

                 NAMED ON THE TICKET, OR APPLICABLE PORTION

                 THEREOF, ON ANOTHER AIR CARRIER'S

                 TRANSPORTATION SERVICES, INCLUDING INTERLINE

                 OR, WHERE POSSIBLE AND NECESSARY,

                 NON-INTERLINE CARRIERS, WITHIN A REASONABLE

                 AMOUNT OF TIME.  IF THE FARE FOR THE REVISED

                 ROUTING OR CLASS OF SERVICE IS HIGHER THAN

                 THE FARE PAID BY THE PASSENGER, THE CARRIER

                 WILL REQUIRE NO ADDITIONAL PAYMENT FROM THE

                 PASSENGER.  IF THE FARE FOR THE REVISED

                 ROUTING IS IN A LOWER CLASS OF SERVICE, A

                 REFUND WILL BE MADE FOR THE DIFFERENCE IN

                 FARE.  THE REFUND WILL BE BASED ON THE TOTAL

                 VALUE OF THE TICKET OR,

            (D)  IF THE PASSENGER CHOOSES TO NO LONGER TRAVEL

                 AS THE DENIED BOARDING RESULTS IN THE LOSS OF PURPOSE OF TRAVEL OR IF THE CARRIER IS UNABLE TO PERFORM THE OPTIONS STATED IN (A),(B) OR (C) ABOVE WITHIN A REASONABLE AMOUNT OF TIME,

                 THE CARRIER WILL TRANSPORT THE PASSENGER TO

                 THE POINT OF ORIGIN NAMED ON THE TICKET AND

                 REFUND THE FULL AMOUNT OF THE TICKET,

                 IRRESPECTIVE IF TRAVEL HAS COMMENCED, OR

                 SUBJECT TO PASSENGER'S AGREEMENT, OFFER A

                 TRAVEL VOUCHER FOR FUTURE TRAVEL IN THE SAME

                 AMOUNT;

            (E)  OTHERWISE, SHOULD THE ALTERNATE

                 TRANSPORTATION PROPOSED BY THE CARRIER NOT

                 MEET THE PASSENGER'S SATISFACTION, THE

                 CARRIER WILL OFFER A REFUND EQUAL TO THE FARE AND CHARGE PAID.  THE REFUND WILL BE BASED ON

                 THE TOTAL VALUE OF THE TICKET(S).  FOR

                 COMPLETE CONDITIONS ON REFUNDS, SEE RULE 90.

            (F)  NOTHING IN THE ABOVE SHALL LIMIT OR REDUCE

                 THE PASSENGER'S RIGHT, IF ANY TO CLAIM

                 DAMAGES, IF ANY, UNDER THE APPLICABLE

                 CONVENTION, OR UNDER THE LAW WHEN NEITHER

                 CONVENTIONS APPLIES.

            (G)  IN ADDITION TO THE ABOVE, THE CARRIER WILL

                 ALWAYS CONSIDER THE NEEDS OF THE PASSENGER ON A CASE BY CASE BASIS AND TAKE INTO ACCOUNT

                 ALL KNOWN CIRCUMSTANCES TO AVOID OR MITIGATE

                 THE DAMAGES CAUSED BY THE SCHEDULE

                 IRREGULARITY WITHIN THE CARRIER'S CONTROL.

            (H)  RIGHT TO CARE:

                 (I)  A MEAL OR DRINK, IF THE TRANSPORTATION

                      ACCEPTABLE TO THE PASSENGER DEPARTS MORETHAN FOUR (4) HOURS AFTER THE ORIGINAL DEPARTURE TIME OF THE FLIGHT ON WHICH THE PASSENGER WAS DENIED BOARDING.

                (II)  AN OVERNIGHT HOTEL STAY AND AIRPORT

                      TRANSFERS, IF THE TRANSPORTATION

                      ACCEPTABLE TO THE PASSENGER DEPARTS MORETHAN EIGHT (8) HOURS AFTER THE ORIGINAL DEPARTURE TIME OF THE FLIGHT ON WHICH THE PASSENGER WAS DENIED BOARDING ANDINVOLVES AN OVERNIGHT STAY, PROVIDED THE PASSENGER'S TRAVEL DID NOT START AT THAT AIRPORT.

               (III)  A TELEPHONE CALL, E-MAIL OR FAX MESSAGE

                      TO THE DESTINATION POINT OF TRAVEL.

       (3)  COMPENSATION FOR INVOLUNTARY DENIED BOARDING

            IF YOU ARE DENIED BOARDING INVOLUNTARILY, YOU ARE

            ENTITLED TO A PAYMENT OF "DENIED BOARDING

            COMPENSATION" FROM THE AIRLINE UNLESS;

            (A)  YOU HAVE NOT FULLY COMPLIED WITH THE

                 AIRLINE'S TICKETING, CHECK-IN, ANDRECONFIRMATION REQUIREMENTS, OR YOU ARE NOT

                 ACCEPTABLE FOR TRANSPORTATION UNDER THE

                 AIRLINE'S USUAL PRACTICE; OR

            (B)  YOU ARE DENIED BOARDING BECAUSE THE FLIGHT IS CANCELLED; OR

            (C)  YOU ARE DENIED BOARDING BECAUSE A SMALLER

                 CAPACITY AIRCRAFT WAS SUBSTITUTED FOR SAFETY

                 OR OPERATIONAL REASONS; OR

            (D)  YOU ARE OFFERED ACCOMMODATIONS IN A SECTION

                 OF THE AIRCRAFT OTHER THAN THAT SPECIFIED ON

                 YOUR TICKET, AT NO EXTRA CHARGE.  (A

                 PASSENGER SEATED IN A SECTION FOR WHICH A

                 LOWER FARE IS CHARGED MUST BE GIVEN AN

                 APPROPRIATE REFUND.); OR

            (E)  THE AIRLINE IS ABLE TO PLACE YOU ON ANOTHER

                 FLIGHT OR FLIGHTS THAT ARE PLANNED TO REACH

                 YOUR FINAL DESTINATION WITHIN ONE HOUR OF THE SCHEDULED ARRIVAL OF YOUR ORIGINAL FLIGHT.

       (4)  AMOUNT OF DENIED BOARDING COMPENSATION

            EXCEPT ON FLIGHTS FROM THE UNITED STATES,

            PASSENGERS WHO ARE ELIGIBLE FOR DENIED BOARDING

            COMPENSATION MUST BE OFFERED A PAYMENT EQUAL TO

            THE SUM OF THE FACE VALUE OF THEIR TICKET

            COUPONS, WITH A CAD $200 MAXIMUM.  HOWEVER, IF

            THE AIRLINE CANNOT ARRANGE AN ALTERNATE

            TRANSPORTATION FOR THE PASSENGER, THE COMPENSATION IS DOUBLED (CAD $400 MAXIMUM).  THE "VALUE" OF A TICKET COUPON IS THE ONE-WAY FARE FOR THE FLIGHT SHOWN ON THE COUPON, INCLUDING ANY SURCHARGE AND AIR TRANSPORTATION TAX, MINUS ANY APPLICABLE DISCOUNT.  ALL FLIGHT COUPONS, INCLUDING CONNECTING FLIGHTS, TO THE PASSENGER'S DESTINATIONOR FIRST 4-HOUR STOPOVER ARE USED TO COMPUTE THE COMPENSATION.  ON FLIGHTS FROM THE UNITED STATES, PASSENGERS WHO ARE ELIGIBLE FOR COMPENSATION FOR INVOLUNTARY DENIED BOARDING MUST BE OFFERED (A) 200% OF THE ONE-WAY FARE (BUT NOT MORE THAN USD675) IF THE AIRLINE IS ABLE TO PLACE PASSENGERS ON A FLIGHT SCHEDULED TO ARRIVE AT PASSENGER'S FINAL DESTINATION BETWEEN ONE AND FOUR HOURS OF THE SCHEDULED ARRIVAL OF PASSENGER'S ORIGINAL FLIGHT; (B) 400% OF THE ONE-WAY FARE (BUT NOT MORE THAN USD $1350) IF THE AIRLINE IS ABLE TO PLACE PASSENGER ON A FLIGHT SCHEDULED TO ARRIVE AT PASSENGERS'S FINALDESTINATION MORE THAN FOUR HOURS AFTER THE SCHEDULED ARRIVAL OF PASSENGER'S

            ORIGINAL FLIGHT.

       (5)  METHOD OF PAYMENT

            THE AIRLINE MUST GIVE EACH PASSENGER WHO QUALIFIES FOR DENIED BOARDING COMPENSATION, A PAYMENT BY CASH, CHECK, DRAFT OR MCO (ON FLIGHTS FROM THE U.S., CASH OR CHECK) FOR THE AMOUNT SPECIFIED ABOVE, ON THE DAY AND PLACE THE INVOLUNTARY DENIED BOARDING OCCURS.  HOWEVER, IF THE AIRLINE ARRANGESALTERNATE TRANSPORTATION FOR THE PASSENGER'S CONVENIENCE THAT DEPARTS BEFORE THE PAYMENT CAN BEMADE, THE PAYMENT WILL BE SENT TO THE PASSENGER WITHIN 24 HOURS.  THE CARRIER MAY OFFER FREE TICKETS IN PLACE OF THE CASH PAYMENT.  THE PASSENGER MAY, HOWEVER, REFUSE ALL COMPENSATION AND BRING PRIVATE LEGAL ACTION.

       (6)  PASSENGER'S OPTIONS

            ACCEPTANCE OF THE COMPENSATION (BY ENDORSING OR

            CASHING THE CHECK, DRAFT OR MCO WITHIN 30 DAYS)

            RELIEVES MF FROM ANY FURTHER LIABILITY TO THE

            PASSENGER CAUSED BY ITS FAILURE TO HONOR THE

            CONFIRMED RESERVATION.  HOWEVER, THE PASSENGER MAY DECLINE THE PAYMENT AND SEEK TO RECOVER DAMAGES IN A COURT OF LAW OR IN SOME OTHER MANNER.

AREA: ZZ TARIFF: IPRG    CXR: MF  RULE: 0090

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K    REFUNDS

              (A)  GENERAL

                   (1)  IN CASE OF REFUND, WHETHER DUE TO FAILURE OF THE

                        CARRIER TO PROVIDE THE ACCOMMODATION CALLED FOR BY THE TICKET, OR DUE TO VOLUNTARY CHANGE OF ARRANGEMENTS BY THE PASSENGER, THE CONDITIONS AND AMOUNT OF REFUND WILL BE GOVERNED BY THIS TARIFF.

                   (2)  EXCEPT AS OTHERWISE PROVIDED IN PARAGRAPH (F) OF

                        THIS RULE, REFUND BY THE CARRIER FOR AN UNUSED

                        TICKET/FLIGHT COUPON/MISCELLANEOUS CHARGE ORDER

                        (MCO) WILL BE MADE TO THE PERSON NAMED AS THE

                        PASSENGER IN SUCH TRANSPORTATION DOCUMENT UNLESS,

                        AT THE TIME OF PURCHASE, THE PURCHASER DESIGNATES

                        ON THE TICKET/MCO ANOTHER PERSON TO WHOM REFUND

                        SHALL BE MADE.

                        EXCEPTION 1:  IN ACCORDANCE WITH PARAGRAPH (E) OF

                                       THIS RULE, REFUND OF A TICKET/MCO

                                       WHICH HAS BEEN ISSUED AGAINST A

                                       CREDIT CARD WILL BE MADE ONLY TO

                                       THE CREDIT CARD ACCOUNT OF THE

                                       PERSON TO WHOM SUCH CREDIT CARD HAS BEEN ISSUED.

                        EXCEPTION 2:   REFUND OF PREPAID TICKET ADVICE

                                       (PTA) OR A TICKET WHICH HAS BEEN

                                       ISSUED AGAINST A PTA WILL BE MADE

                                       ONLY TO THE PERSON WHO PAID THE

                                       CARRIER FOR THE PTA.

                        WHEN THE PURCHASER DESIGNATES ANOTHER PERSON TO

                        RECEIVE A REFUND, THE REFUND WILL BE MADE TO SUCH

                        PERSON ONLY UPON DELIVERY OF THE PASSENGER COUPON

                        AND ALL UNUSED FLIGHT COUPONS OF THE

                        TICKET/MCO/PTA.

                        A REFUND MADE IN ACCORDANCE WITH THESE PROCEDURES

                        TO A PERSON WHO REPRESENTS HIM/HERSELF AS THE

                        PERSON NAMED OR DESIGNATED ON THE TICKET/MCO/PTA

                        WILL BE CONSIDERED A VALID REFUND AND THE CARRIER

                        WILL NOT BE LIABLE TO THE TRUE PASSENGER FOR

                        ANOTHER REFUND.

                   (3)  THE CARRIER WILL REFUSE TO REFUND ANY

                        TICKET/MCO/PTA THAT HAS BEEN PRESENTED TO

                        GOVERNMENT OFFICIALS OF A COUNTRY OR TO THE

                        CARRIER AS EVIDENCE OF INTENTION TO DEPART FROM A

                        COUNTRY, UNLESS THE PASSENGER ESTABLISHES TO THE

                        CARRIER'S SATISFACTION THAT HE/SHE HAS PERMISSION

                        TO REMAIN IN THAT COUNTRY OR THAT HE/SHE WILL

                        DEPART ON ANOTHER CARRIER OR CONVEYANCE.

                   (4)  REFUND WILL BE MADE PROVIDED THAT THE UNUSED

                        COUPONS ARE SURRENDERED TO THE CARRIER NOT LATER

                        THAN THIRTY (30) DAYS AFTER THE EXPIRY DATE OF THEVALIDITY OF THE TICKET.

              (B)  CURRENCY

                   ALL REFUNDS WILL BE SUBJECT TO GOVERNMENT LAWS, RULES,

                   REGULATIONS OR ORDERS OF THE COUNTRY IN WHICH THE

                   TICKET WAS ORIGINALLY PURCHASED AND OF THE COUNTRY IN

                   WHICH THE REFUND IS BEING MADE.  SUBJECT TO THE

                   AFOREMENTIONED PROVISIONS, REFUNDS WILL BE MADE IN:

                   (1)  THE CURRENCY IN WHICH THE FARE WAS PAID;

                   (2)  THE CURRENCY OF THE COUNTRY WHERE THE REFUND IS

                   MADE;

                   (3)  THE CURRENCY OF THE COUNTRY IN WHICH THE TICKET

                        WAS PURCHASED; OR

                   (4)  IN CNY.

                   IF THE CURRENCY OF REFUND IS DIFFERENT THAN THE

                   CURRENCY OF ORIGINAL PAYMENT, THE REFUND WILL BE

                   CALCULATED IN THE CURRENCY OF ORIGINAL PAYMENT AND

                   CONVERTED INTO AN EQUIVALENT AMOUNT IN THE CURRENCY OF

                   REFUND AS OUTLINED IN RULE 75 (CURRENCY OF PAYMENT).

              (C)  SPECIAL HANDLING BY THE CARRIER

                   THE CARRIER WILL MAKE ALL OR ANY INDIVIDUAL REFUNDS

                   THROUGH ITS GENERAL ACCOUNTING OFFICES OR REGIONALSALES/ACCOUNTING OFFICES, AND WILL REQUIRE PRIOR

                   WRITTEN APPLICATIONS FOR REFUNDS TO BE PREPARED BY THE

                   PASSENGER ON SPECIAL FORMS FURNISHED BY THE CARRIER.

              (D)  INVOLUNTARY REFUNDS (SEE ALSO RULE 80 (REVISED

                   ROUTINGS, FAILURE TO CARRY AND MISSED CONNECTIONS) AND

                   RULE 87, (DENIED BOARDING COMPENSATION)

                   (1)  AS USED HEREIN, THE TERM "INVOLUNTARY REFUND"

                        SHALL MEAN ANY REFUND TO A PASSENGER WHO IS

                        PREVENTED FROM USING THE CARRIAGE PROVIDED FOR IN

                        HIS/HER TICKET DUE TO:

                        (A)  CANCELLATION OF A FLIGHT;

                        (B)  INABILITY OF THE CARRIER TO PROVIDE

                             PREVIOUSLY CONFIRMED SPACE;

                        (C)  SUBSTITUTION OF A DIFFERENT TYPE OF EQUIPMENT OR DIFFERENT CLASS OF SERVICE BY THE CARRIER;

                        (D)  MISSED CONNECTIONS, POSTPONEMENT OR DELAY OF

                             FLIGHT, OR OMISSION OF A SCHEDULED STOP; OR

                        (E)  REMOVAL OR REFUSAL TO CARRY UNDER CONDITIONS

                             OUTLINED IN RULE 25, PARAGRAPH (A) (REFUSAL

                             TO TRANSPORT-LIMITATION OF CARRIAGE).

                   (2)  INVOLUNTARY REFUNDS WILL BE COMPUTED AS FOLLOWS:

                        (A)  WHEN NO PORTION OF THE TICKET/MCO/PTA HAS

                             BEEN USED, THE AMOUNT OF REFUND SHALL EQUAL

                             THE FARE PAID.

                        (B)  WHEN A PORTION OF THE TRIP HAS BEEN MADE, THE AMOUNT OF REFUND WILL BE EITHER:

                                  (I)  AN AMOUNT EQUAL TO THE ONE-WAY

                                       FARE(S) AND CHARGES FOR THE UNUSED

                                       PORTION(S) CALCULATED FROM THE

                                       POINT OF TERMINATION TO THE

                                       STOPOVER/DESTINATION POINT OR THE

                                       POINT WHERE TRAVEL RESUMED (LESS

                                       THE SAME RATE OF DISCOUNT, IF ANY,

                                       THAT WAS APPLIED IN COMPUTING THE

                                       ORIGINAL FARE) VIA:

                                       (AA) THE ROUTING SPECIFIED ON THE

                                            TICKET, IF THE POINT OF

                                            TERMINATION WAS ON SUCH

                                            ROUTING; OR

                                       (BB) THE ROUTING OF ANY CARRIER

                                            OPERATING BETWEEN SUCH POINTS, IF THE POINT OF TERMINATION WAS NOT ON THE ROUTING SPECIFIED ON THE TICKET.  IN SUCH CASE, THE AMOUNT OF REFUND WILL BE BASED ON THE LOWEST FARE APPLICABLE BETWEEN SUCH POINTS.

                               (II)    THE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN THE FARE

                                       PAID AND THE FARE FOR THE

                                       TRANSPORTATION USED, WHICHEVER IS

                                       HIGHER.

                                       EXCEPTION:  WHEN A PASSENGER HOLDS

                                                   A TICKET FOR A HIGHER

                                                   CLASS OF SERVICE AND IS REQUIRED BY THE CARRIER TO USE A LOWER CLASS OFSERVICE ON ANY PORTION OF SUCH CARRIAGE, THEAMOUNT REFUNDED WILL BE

                                                   AS FOLLOWS:

                                                   (AA) (APPLICABLE TO ONE WAY (OW) FARES.) THE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN THE FARE

                                                        FOR THE HIGHER

                                                        CLASS OF SERVICE

                                                        AND THE CORRESPONDING FARE

                                                        FOR THE LOWER

                                                        CLASS OF SERVICE

                                                        BETWEEN THE POINTS WHERE THE LOWER

                                                        CLASS OF SERVICE

                                                        IS USED.

                                                   (BB) (APPLICABLE TO

                                                        ROUND TRIP

                                                        (RT)/CIRCLE TRIP

                                                        (CT)/OPEN JAW (OJ) FARES.) THE

                                                        DIFFERENCEBETWEEN

                                                        HALF OF THE

                                                        RT/CT/OJ FARE FOR

                                                        THE HIGHER CLASS

                                                        OF SERVICE AND

                                                        HALF OF THE

                                                        CORRESPONDING

                                                        RT/CT/OJ FARE FOR

                                                       THE LOWER CLASS OF

                                                        SERVICE BETWEEN

                                                        THE POINTS WHERE

                                                       THE LOWER CLASS OF

                                                        SERVICE IS USED.

                        (C)  COMMUNICATION CHARGES, AS OUTLINED IN RULE

                             60, PARAGRAPH (C) (RESERVATIONS), WILL NOT BE ASSESSED, AND ANY SUCH COMMUNICATION EXPENSES PAID BY THE PASSENGER WILL BE REFUNDED.

              (E)  VOLUNTARY REFUNDS

                   (1)  AS USED HEREIN, THE TERM "VOLUNTARY REFUND" SHALL

                        MEAN ANY REFUND TO A PASSENGER OTHER THAN

                        INVOLUNTARY REFUNDS AS DESCRIBED IN PARAGRAPH (D)

                        ABOVE.

                   (2)  VOLUNTARY REFUNDS WILL BE COMPUTED AS FOLLOWS:

                        (A)  WHEN NO PORTION OF THE TICKET/MCO/PTA HAS

                             BEEN USED, THE AMOUNT OF REFUND SHALL EQUAL

                             THE FARE PAID LESS ANY APPLICABLE

                             COMMUNICATION EXPENSES (SEE RULE 60,

                             PARAGRAPH (C) (RESERVATIONS)) AND/OR

                             CANCELLATION PENALTIES (AS OUTLINED IN THE

                             GOVERNING FARE RULE).

                        (B)  WHEN A PORTION OF THE TRIP HAS BEEN MADE, THE AMOUNT OF REFUND WILL BE THE DIFFERENCE

                             BETWEEN THE FARE PAID AND THE FARE FOR THE

                             TRANSPORTATION USED LESS ANY APPLICABLE

                             COMMUNICATION EXPENSES (SEE RULE 60,

                             PARAGRAPH (C) (RESERVATIONS)) AND/OR

                             CANCELLATION PENALTIES (AS OUTLINED IN THE

                             GOVERNING FARE RULE).

                             EXCEPTION:     WHEN THE REFUNDING OF ANY

                                            PORTION OF A TICKET WOULD

                                            RESULT IN THE USE OF SUCH

                                            TICKET BETWEEN ANY POINTS

                                            WHERE THE CARRIAGE OF TRAFFIC

                                            IS PROHIBITED, THE REFUND, IF

                                            ANY, WILL BE DETERMINED AS IF

                                            SUCH TICKET HAD BEEN USED TOA MORE DISTANT POINT WHERE THE

                                            CARRIER DOES HAVE OPERATING

                                            RIGHTS OR PRIVILEDGES.  IN

                                            SUCH CASE, THE REFUND WILL BE

                                            THE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN THE

                                            FARE PAID AND THE FARE FOR THE TRANSPORTATION TO THE MORE DISTANT POINT, LESS ANY

                                            APPLICABLE COMMUNICATION

                                            EXPENSES (SEE RULE 60,

                                            PARAGRAPH (C) (RESERVATIONS))

                                            AND/OR CANCELLATION PENALTIES

                                            (AS OUTLINED IN THE GOVERNING

                                            FARE RULE.)

                   (3)  A PENALTY FOR VOLUNTARY CANCELLATION SHALL NOT

                        APPLY AND THE TOTAL AMOUNT PAID SHALL BE REFUNDED

                        IF SUCH CANCELLATION IS MADE AFTER AN INCREASE IN

                        THE FARE IS MADE APPLICABLE BETWEEN THE TIME OF

                        THE INITIAL PAYMENT AND THE DATE OF TRAVEL.

              (F)  LOST TICKET

                  THE FOLLOWING PROVISIONS WILL GOVERN REFUND OF A LOST

TICKET/FLIGHT COUPON/MISCELLANEOUS CHARGE ORDER

                   (MCO)/PREPAID TICKET ADVICE (PTA) OR ANY OTHER

                   TRANSPORTATION DOCUMENT:

                   WHEN A LOST TICKET/FLIGHT COUPON/MCO/PTA IS NOT FOUND,

                   A REFUND AS OUTLINED IN THIS RULE, WILL BE MADE UPON

                   RECEIPT OF PROOF OF LOSS SATISFACTORY TO THE CARRIER

                   AND AFTER RECEIPT OF WRITTEN REQUEST FOR REFUND FROM

                   THE PASSENGER (WHICH MUST BE RECEIVED WITHIN 30 DAYS OF THE EXPIRATION OF THE TRAVEL DOCUMENT).  REFUND WILL ONLY BE MADE PROVIDED THAT:

                   (1)  THE LOST TICKET/FLIGHT COUPON/MCO/PTA HAS NOT BEEN HONORED FOR TRANSPORTATION, OR REFUNDED PRIOR TO THE TIME THE LOST TICKET REPORT IS PROCESSED; AND

                   (2)  THE PASSENGER AGREES TO INDEMNIFY AND HOLD CARRIER HARMLESS AGAINST ANY AND ALL LOSS, DAMAGE, CLAIM OR EXPENSE, INCLUDING WITHOUT LIMITATION, REASONABLE ATTORNEY FEES, WHICH THE CARRIER MAY SUFFER OR INCUR BY MAKING SUCH REFUND AND/OR HONORING SUCH TICKET(S) FORTRANSPORTATION.

AREA: ZZ TARIFF: IPRG    CXR: MF  RULE: 0115

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K    BAGGAGE ACCEPTANCE  (MF PIECE SYSTEM)

              ACCEPTANCE OF BAGGAGE

              (A)  GENERAL CONDITIONS OF ACCEPTANCE

                   CARRIER WILL ACCEPT FOR TRANSPORTATION AS BAGGAGE, SUCH PERSONAL PROPERTY AS IS NECESSARY OR APPROPRIATE FOR THE WEAR, USE, COMFORT, OR CONVENIENCE OF THE PASSENGER FOR THE PURPOSE OF THE TRIP, IS DIVIDED INTO CHECKED

                   BAGGAGE AND UN-CHECKED BAGGAGE (SELF-CARE BAGGAGE AND

                   FREE HAND-CARRY ITEMS).

                   (1)  ITEMS UNACCEPTABLE AS BAGGAGE

                        (1)  DANGEROUS GOODS.

                             (A)  EXPLOSIVES;

                             (B)  GAS, INCLUDING FLAMMABLE GAS, INFLAMABLE AND NONTOXIC GAS, AND TOXIC GAS;

                             (C)  FLAMMABLE LIQUID;

                             (D)  FLAMMABLE SOLID, SPONTANEOUS CONBUSTIBLE SUBSTANCE; SUBSTANCE THAT WOULD RELEASE FLAMMBLE GAS IN CONTACT WITH WATER.

                             (E)  OXIDIZER AND ORGANIC PEROXIDE;

                             (F)  TOXIC SUBSTANCE AND INFECTIOUS

                                  SUBSTANCE;

                             (G)  RADIOACTIVE SUBSTANCE;

                             (H)  CORROSIVE SUBSTANCE;

                             (I)  MISCELLANEOUS DANGEROUS GOODS SUCH AS

                                  MAGNETIC SUBSTANCE.

                   (2)  ITEMS THE CARRIAGE OF WHICH IS PROHIBITED BY THE

                        APPLICABLE LAWS, REGULATIONS OR ORDERS OF ANY

                        COUNTRY TO BE FLOWN FROM, TO OR OVER.

                   (3)  ARTICLES THOSE IN THE OPINION OF CARRIER ARE

                        UNSUITABLE FOR CARRIAGE BY REASON OF THEIR WEIGHT, SHAPE, SIZE OR CHARACTER.

                   (4)  LIVE ANIMALS, EXCEPT AS GUIDE DOGS PROVIDED FOR IN SECTION II (C).

                   (5)  FIREARMS AND AMMUNITION OTHER THAN FOR HUNTING AND SPORTING PURPOSES ARE PROHIBITED FROM CARRIAGE AS

                        BAGGAGE.

                   (6)  ITEMS UNACCEPTABLE AS CHECKED BAGGAGE

                        (A)  FRAGILE ITEMS;

                        (B)  PERISHABLE ITEMS;

                        (C)  MONEY OR VALUABLE SECURITIES;

                        (D)  JEWELRY;

                        (E)  PRECIOUS METAL AND ARTICLES THEREOF;

                        (F)  ANTIQUES AND VALUABLE PAINTINGS;

                        (G)  COMPUTER AND PERSONAL DIGITAL DEVICE;

                        (H)  SAMPLES AND VALUABLES;

                        (I)  LITHIUM BATTERY;

                        (J)  IMPORTANT FILES AND DOCUMENTS;

                        (K)  TRAVEL DOCUMENTS, MEDICAL CERTIFICATES,

X-RAYFILMS;

                        (L)  PRESCRIBED DRUG THAT NEEDS TO BE TAKEN

                             REGULARLY.

                   (7)  LIMITATION ON CARRIAGE

                        THE CARRIAGE OF THE FOLLOWING ARTICLES IS LIMITED. THEY MAY BE ACCEPTED ONLY IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE CARRIER REGULATIONS AS CHECKED BAGGAGE.

                   (8)  PRECISION INSTRUMENT AND ELECTRIC APPLIANCES SHALL BE CARRIED AS CARGO. THEY MAY BE ACCEPTED ONLY IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE MF'S REGULATIONS AS CHECKED BAGGAGE. FREE BAGGAGE ALLOWANCE DOES NOT APPLY TOSUCH ITEMS.

                   (9)  SPORTING EQUIPMENT, INCLUDING FIREARMS AND

                        AMMUNITION FOR HUNTING AND SPORTING PURPOSES.

                   (10) DRY ICE, ALCOHOL BEVERAGES, MEDICINAL OR TOILET

                        ARTICLES AND PERSONAL SMOKING MATERIALS INTENDED

                        FOR USE BY AN INDIVIDUAL SHALL NOT EXCEED THE SET

                        QUOTA.

                   (11) DIPLOMATIC ENVELOPES, CONFIDENTIAL FILES.

                   (12) WEAPONS SUCH AS SWORDS, KNIVES, ANTIQUES FIREARMS, AND SIMILAR ITEMS MAY BE ACCEPTED AS CHECKED BAGGAGE, IN ACCORDANCE MF'S REGULATIONS, BUT WILL NOT BE PERMITTED IN THE CABIN.

                   (13) GUIDE-DOG WHICH IS SPECIFIED IN SECTION II (C).

                        ON FLIGHTS TO/FROM THE U.S., GUIDE DOGS, INCLUDING EMOTIONAL SUPPORT AND PSYCHIATRIC SERVICE DOGS, WILL BE CARRIED IN THE CABIN.

                   (14) THE WHEELCHAIR AND/OR OTHER ASSISTANT DEVICES FOR

                        INCAPACITATED OR THE AGED PASSENGERS.  (ON FLIGHTS TO OR FROM THE UNITED STATES, MF WILL DESIGNATE APRIORITY SPACE IN THE CABIN TO STOW AT LEAST ONE TYPICAL ADULT-SIZED FOLDING, COLLAPSIBLE OR BREAK-DOWN MANUAL PASSENGER WHEELCHAIR, OTHER THAN THE OVERHEAD COMPARTMENT AND UNDER-SEAT SPACES).

                   (15) LIQUID HAND-CARRIED BY PASSENGER.

                   (16) ITEM NOT SUITABLE TO BE CARRIED IN CARGO CABIN

                        SUCH AS DELICATE MUSICAL INSTRUMENT AND NOT

                        MEETING THE REQUIREMENTS OF WEIGHT AND SIZE, SHALL BE CARRIED IN PASSENGER CABIN AS SEAT-TAKING BAGGAGE.  EXTRA FEES SHALL BE CHARGED FOR SUCH ITEMS, AND SUCH ITEMS SHALL BE TAKEN CARE OF BY THE PASSENGER.

              (B)  RIGHT TO REFUSE CARRIAGE

                   IN THE EXERCISE OF MF'S DISCRETION, MF MAY REFUSE TO

                   CARRY PASSENGER OR HIS BAGGAGE AFTER INFORMING THE

                   PASSENGER.  IN THIS CIRCUMSTANCES THE PASSENGER WILL BE ENTITLED TO A REFUND.  MF MAY ALSO REFUSE TO CARRY

                   PASSENGER OR HIS BAGGAGE FOR ANY OF THE FOLLOWING

                   REASONS:

                   (1)  WILL REFUSE CARRIAGE AS BAGGAGE OF SUCH ITEMS

                        DESCRIBED IN (1) AND (2) AS ARE PROHIBITED FROM

                        CARRIAGE AS BAGGAGE AND MAY REFUSE FURTHER

                        CARRIAGE OF ANY SUCH ARTICLES ON DISCOVERY

                        THEREOF.

                   (2)  UNLESS ADVANCE ARRANGEMENTS FOR ITS CARRIAGE HAVE

                        BEEN MADE WITH MF, MF MAY CARRY ON LATER FLIGHT

                        BAGGAGE THAT IS IN EXCESS OF THE APPLICABLE FREE

                        ALLOWANCE.

                   (3)  MF MAY REFUSE TO ACCEPT BAGGAGE AS CHECKED BAGGAGE UNLESS IT IS PROPERLY PACKED IN SUITCASES OR OTHER SUITABLE CONTAINERS TO ENSURE SAFE CARRIAGE WITH ORDINARY CARE IN HANDLING.

                   (4)  SUCH ACTION IS NECESSARY TO PREVENT A VIOLATION OF ANY APPLICABLE LAWS, REGULATIONS, OR ORDERS OF ANYSTATE TO BE FLOWN FROM, TO OR OVER.

                   (5)  THE CARRIAGE OF PASSENGER OR HIS BAGGAGE MAY

                        ENDANGER OR AFFECT THE SAFETY, HEALTH,

                        CONVENIENCE, COMFORT OF OTHER PASSENGERS OR CREW

                        MEMBERS.

              (C)  CHECKED BAGGAGE

                   CHECKED BAGGAGE MUST MEET THE FOLLOWING REQUIREMENTS:

                   (1)  PASSENGER MUST CHECK BAGGAGE WITH A VALID TICKET.

                        MF SHOULD CORRECTLY ENTER THE PIECES AND/OR WEIGHT OF CHECKED BAGGAGE INTO DEPARTURE SYSTEM.  EACH PASSENGER'S BAGGAGE MUST BE RECORDED ON HIS OWN RECORD. IF PASSENGER HOLDS A PAPER TICKET,

                        BAGGAGE CONTENT SHOULD BE WRITTEN ON THE

                        CORRESPONDENT SPOT OF TICKET.

                   (2)  MF GENERALLY ACCEPTS BAGGAGE DURING CHECK-IN ON

                        THE DATE OF FLIGHT DEPARTURE.

                   (3)  MF SHALL ATTACH A BAGGAGE TAG TO EACH PIECE OF

                        PASSENGER'S CHECKED BAGGAGE, AND GIVE A BAGGAGE

                        IDENTIFICATION TAG TO PASSENGER.  SELF-CARE

                        BAGGAGE AFTER WEIGHED TOGETHER WITH CHECKED

                        BAGGAGE AND ENTERED INTO TICKET RESPECTIVELY AND

                        ATTACHED A SELF-CARE BAGGAGE TAG, IS TAKEN CARE OF BY PASSENGER IN THE PASSENGER CABIN.

                   (4)  THE WEIGHT AND SIZE OF CHECKED BAGGAGE SHALL NOT

                        EXCEED MF'S RESTRICTIONS; THOSE EXCEEDING SUCH

                        RESTRICTIONS SHALL BE CARRIED AS CARGO.

                   (5)  PASSENGER SHOULD ATTACH NAME OR OTHER PERSONAL

                        MARK TO THE CHECKED BAGGAGE BEFORE CHECKING IT IN.

                   (6)  CHECKED BAGGAGE MUST BE WELL PACKED, LOCKED AND

                        BOUND, AND MUST BE ABLE ENDURE A CERTAIN AMOUNT OF PRESSURE, AND CAN BE SAFELY LOADED, UNLOADED AND CARRIED UNDER NORMAL OPERATION CONDITIONS, AND SHOULD MEET THE FOLLOWING REQUIREMENTS:

                        (1)  SUITCASE AND HANDBAGS AND SO ON MUST BE

                             LOCKED;

                        (2)  IT'S NOT ALLOWED TO BOUND MORE THAN TWO

                             PIECES OF BAGGAGE INTO ONE PIECE;

                        (3)  IT'S NOT ALLOWED TO ATTACHED OTHER ITEMS TO

                             BAGGAGE.

                        (4)  BAMBOO BASKETS, NET BAGS, GRASS STRINGS,

                             GRASS BAGS AND SO ON ARE NOT ALLOWED TO BE

                             USED AS PACKING MATERIALS.

                        (5)  PASSENGER'S NAME, DETAILED ADDRESS AND

                             TELEPHONE NUMBER SHOULD BE WRITTEN ON

                             BAGGAGE.

                        (6)  CHECKED BAGGAGE WILL, WHENEVER POSSIBLE, BE

                             CARRIED ON THE SAME AIRCRAFT AS YOU, UNLESS

                             WE DECIDE FOR SAFETY, SECURITY OR OPERATIONAL REASONS TO CARRY IT ON ALTERNATIVE FLIGHT.

                             IF PASSENGER'S CHECKED BAGGAGE IS CARRIED ON

                             A SUBSEQUENT FLIGHT MF WILL DELIVER IT TO

                             PASSENGER, UNLESS APPLICABLE LAW REQUIRES

                             PASSENGER TO BE PRESENT FOR CUSTOMS

                             CLEARANCE.

              APPLICATION - BETWEEN CHINA AND U.S.A./CANADA

              SECTION I - FREE BAGGAGE ALLOWANCE

              (A)  CHECKED BAGGAGE

                   (1)  (A)  FOR PASSENGERS ENTITLED TO TRAVEL IN FIRST

                            CLASS, THE CHECKED BAGGAGE ALLOWANCE SHALL BE

                             THREE CHECKED BAGS (PIECES), PROVIDED THAT

                             THE SUM OF THE THREE DIMENSIONS SHALL NOT

                             EXCEED 62 INCHES (158 CMS) FOR EACH BAG

                             (PIECE) AND PROVIDED THAT THE MAXIMUM WEIGHT

                             FOR EACH BAG (PIECE) SHALL NOT EXCEED 70 LBS

                             (32 KGS).

                        (B)  FOR PASSENGERS ENTITLED TO TRAVEL IN BUSINESS CLASS, THE CHECKED BAGGAGE ALLOWANCE SHALL BE

                             TWO CHECKED BAGS (PIECES); PROVIDED THAT THE

                             SUM OF THE THREE DIMENSIONS SHALL NOT EXCEED

                             62 INCHES (158 CMS) FOR EACH BAG (PIECE) AND

                             PROVIDED THAT THE MAXIMUM WEIGHT FOR EACH BAG (PIECE) SHALL NOT EXCEED 70 LBS (32 KGS).

                        (C)  FOR PASSENGERS ENTITLED TO TRAVEL IN ECONOMY

                            CLASS, THE CHECKED BAGGAGE ALLOWANCE SHALL BE

                             TWO CHECKED BAGS (PIECES); PROVIDED THAT THE

                             SUM OF THE THREE DIMENSIONS SHALL NOT EXCEED

                             62 INCHES (158 CMS) FOR EACH BAG (PIECE) AND

                             PROVIDED THAT THE MAXIMUM WEIGHT FOR EACH BAG (PIECE) SHALL NOT EXCEED 50 LBS (23 KGS).

                        (D)  NOT WITHSTANDING SUBPARAGRAPHS (A) (B) AND

                             (C), FOR INFANTS NOT ENTITLED TO A SEAT, ONE

                            CHECKED BAG (PIECE), PROVIDED THAT THE SUM OF

                             THE THREE DIMENSIONS NOT TO EXCEED 45 INCHES

                             (115 CMS), AND PROVIDED THAT THE MAXIMUM

                            WEIGHT OF THE BAG (PIECE) SHALL NOT EXCEED 22

                             LBS (10 KG), PLUS ONE FULLY COLLAPSIBLE

                             STROLLER/PUSHCHAIR OR INFANT'S CARRYING

                            BASKET, WHICH MAY BE CARRIED IN THE PASSENGER

                             CABIN, SUBJECT TO THE AVAILABILITY OF SPACE.

                   (2)  THE FOLLOWING ARTICLES, IRRESPECTIVE OF THEIR

                        ACTUAL DIMENSIONS, MAY BE CONSIDERED AS A PIECE OF BAGGAGE AT 62 INCHES (158 CMS):

                        (A)  ONE PAIR OF SNOW SKIS WITH ONE PAIR OF SKI

                             POLES AND ONE PAIR OF SKI BOOTS OR ONE SNOW

                             BOARD AND BOOTS.  THE SUM OF THE THREE

                             DIMENSIONS SHALL NOT EXCEED 62 INCHES (156

                             CM) AND PROVIDED THAT THE MAXIMUM WEIGHT FOR

                             EACH (PIECE) SHALL NOT EXCEED 23 KGS.

                        (B)  ONE GOLF BAG CONTAINING GOLF CLUBS AND ONE

                             PAIR OF GOLF SHOES.  THE SUM OF THE THREE

                             DIMENSIONS SHALL NOT EXCEED 62 INCHES (156

                             CM) AND PROVIDED THAT THE MAXIMUM WEIGHT FOR

                             EACH (PIECE) SHALL NOT EXCEED 23 KGS.

                        (C)  ONE SUITABLY PACKED BICYCLE (SINGLE SEAT

                             TOURING OR RACING BICYCLE, NON-MOTORIZED)

                             PROVIDED THAT HANDLEBARS ARE FIXED SIDEWAYS

AND THE PEDALS ARE REMOVED.  THE SUM OF THE

                             THREE DIMENSIONS SHALL NOT EXCEED 62 INCHES

                             (158 CM).

                        (D)  ONE PAIR OF STANDARD WATER SKIS OR ONE SLALOM WATER SKI.  THE SUM OF THE THREE DIMENSIONS OF THE WATER SKI SHALL NOT EXCEED 300 CMS AND FREE BAGGAGE ALLOWANCE DOES NOT APPLY TO SUCH ITEMS.

                        (E)  SUITABLY PACKED FISHING EQUIPMENT CONSISTING

                             OF NOT MORE THAN TWO RODS, ONE REEL, ONE

                             LANDING NET, ONE PAIR OF FISHING BOOTS AND

                             ONE FISHING TACKLE BOX.  THE SUM OF THE THREE DIMENSIONS SHALL NOT EXCEED 62 INCHES (158 CMS).

                        (F)  SPORTING FIREARMS CONSISTING OF NOT MORE

                             THAN:

                              (I) ONE RIFLE CASE CONTAINING NOT MORE THAN

                                  TWO RIFLES, 5 KGS (10 LBS) OF

                                  AMMUNITION, ONE SHOOTING MAT, NOISE

                                  SUPPRESSORS AND SMALL RIFLE TOOLS, OR

                             (II) TWO SHOTGUNS AND TWO SHOTGUN CASES, OR

                            (III) ONE PISTOL CASE CONTAINING NOT MORE THAN FIVE PISTOLS, 5 KGS (10 LBS) OF AMMUNITION, NOISE SUPPRESSORS, ONE PISTOL TELESCOPE AND SMALL PISTOL TOOLS.

                             ACCEPTABILITY OF SUCH FIREARMS SHALL BE IN

                             ACCORDANCE WITH THE PROVISIONS OF RESOLUTION

                             745A AND THE REGULATIONS CONTAINED IN THE

                             IATA AND ICAO DANGEROUS GOOD REGULATIONS, AND SUBJECT TO MF'S CONDITIONS ISSUED IN 1992.

                        (G)  ONE PORTABLE MUSICAL INSTRUMENT NOT EXCEEDING 39 INCHES (100 CMS) IN LENGTH AND 40 CMS IN WIDTH.  FREE BAGGAGE ALLOWANCE DOES NOT APPLY TO SUCH ITEMS.

              SECTION II - SPECIAL CHARGES

              (B)  CARRY ON BAGGAGE

                   IN ADDITION TO THE CHECKED BAGGAGE ALLOWANCE PROVIDED

                   HEREIN EACH PASSENGER MAY CARRY, WITHOUT

                   ADDITIONAL CHARGES HAND BAGGAGE SUITABLE FOR PLACING IN CLOSED OVERHEAD RACK OR UNDER THE PASSENGER'S SEAT

                   PROVIDED THAT THE SUM OF THE THREE DIMENSIONS SHALL NOT EXCEED 45 INCHES (115 CMS) AND THE MAXIMUM WEIGHT SHALL NOT EXCEED 10 LBS (5KGS).  FOR PASSENGERS ENTITLED TO TRAVEL IN FIRST CLASS, THE CARRY-ON BAGGAGE ALLOWANCE SHALL BE TWO PIECES.  FOR PASSENGERS ENTITLED TO TRAVEL IN BUSINESS OR ECONOMY CLASS, THE CARRY ON BAGGAGE SHALL BE ONE PIECE.

              (C)  CARRIAGE OF PETS AND GUIDE DOGS

                   (1)  PETS MEAN SUCH LITTLE ANIMALS AS DOMESTIC DOGS, CATS, BIRDS AND OTHER HOUSEHOLD PETS.  PETS WILL

                        NOT BE ACCEPTED FOR TRANSPORTATION ON MF FLIGHTS.

                   (2)  GUIDE DOG MEANS A DOG TRAINED TO LEAD THE BLIND OR ASSIST THE DEAF. MF WILL ACCEPT THE CREDIBLE

                        VERBAL ASSURANCES OF THE DISABLED PASSENGER THAT

                        THE ANIMAL IS GUIDE DOG, WHEN IT ACCOMPANIES

                        PASSENGER WITH IMPAIRED VISION OR HEARING

                        DEPENDENT UPON SUCH DOG.

                   (3)  THE CARRIAGE OF GUIDE DOGS SHALL BE DEALT IN

                        ACCORDANCE WITH PARAGRAPH (C), GUIDE DOGS, IF THEY MEET THE REQUIREMENTS OF MF, MAY ACCOMPANY IN PASSENGER CABIN THE DISABLED ELIGIBLE TO TRAVEL.

                        THE DISABLED ELIGIBLE TO TRAVEL SHALL PROVIDE THE

                        IDENTITY AND QUARANTINE PROOFS FOR GUIDE DOGS.

                        GUIDE DOGS, TOGETHER WITH ITS CAGE AND FOOD CAN BECARRIED FOR FREE, WITHOUT TAKING UP THE FREE

                        BAGGAGE ALLOWANCE.

                   (4)  ACCEPTANCE FOR CARRIAGE OF ANIMALS (INCLUDE GUIDE

                        DOGS) IS SUBJECT TO THE CONDITIONS THAT THE

                        PASSENGER ASSUMES FULL RESPONSIBILITY FOR SUCH

                        ANIMAL UNLESS DUE TO MF'S FAULTS.  MF SHALL NOT BELIABLE FOR INJURY TO OR LOSS, DELAY, SICKNESS OR DEATH OF SUCH ANIMAL IN THE EVENT THAT IT IS

                        REFUSED ENTRY INTO OR PASSAGE THROUGH ANY COUNTRY,STATE OR TERRITORY.

                   (5)  THE PASSENGER IS FULLY LIABLE FOR ALL DAMAGES OR

                        INJURIES WHICH AN ANIMAL MIGHT CAUSE TO OTHER

                        PASSENGERS OR CREW MEMBERS.

                   (6)  MF WILL HAVE NO LIABILITY IN RESPECT OF ANY SUCH

                        ANIMAL NOT HAVING ALL THE NECESSARY EXIT, ENTRY,

                        HEALTH AND OTHER DOCUMENTS WITH RESPECT TO THE

                        ANIMAL'S ENTRY INTO OR PASSAGE THROUGH ANY

                        COUNTRY, STATE OR TERRITORY.

       (7)  MF CAN REFUSE TO ACCEPT THE CARRIAGE OF PET

                        ON NON-STOP LONG-HAUL FLIGHT OR SOME SPECIFIC TYPE OF AIRCRAFT DUE TO THE UNSUITABILITY.  ON FLIGHTS TO/FROM THE U.S. OR CANADA, MF WILL ACCEPT SERVICE DOGS (INCLUDING GUIDE DOGS AND EMOTIONALSUPPORT AND PSYCHIATRIC SERVICE DOGS) PROVIDED THAT

                        (A)  ON FLIGHTS LASTING MORE THAN EIGHT HOURS, THE PASSENGER HAS PROVIDED DOCUMENTATION THAT THE ANIMAL WILL NOT NEED TO RELIEVE ITSELF ON THE FLIGHT OR THAT THE ANIMAL CAN RELIEVE ITSELF

                             IN A WAY THAT DOES NOT CREATE A HEALTH OR

                             SANITATION ISSUE; AND

                        (B)  WITH RESPECT TO AN EMOTIONAL SUPPORT OR

                             PSYCHIATRIC SERVICE DOG, THE PASSENGER

PROVIDES CURRENT DOCUMENTATION NO OLDER THANONE YEAR FROM THE DATE OF THE FLIGHT ON THE LETTERHEAD OF A LICENSED MENTAL HEALTH PROFESSIONAL STATING THE PASSENGER HAS A RECOGNIZED MENTAL OR EMOTIONAL DISABILITY, NEEDS THE DOG AS AN ACCOMMODATION FOR TRAVELAND/OR ACTIVITY AT THE DESTINATION, THE

                             INDIVIDUAL PROVIDING THE ASSESSMENT IS A

                             LICENSED MENTAL HEALTH PROFESSIONAL AND

                       STATES THE DATE AND TYPE OF THE MENTAL

HEALTH PROFESSIONAL'S LICENSE AND THE JURISDICTION WHERE IT WAS ISSUED.

              (D)  EXCESS, OVERWEIGHT AND OVERSIZED BAGGAGE CHARGES

                   (1)  ON FLIGHTS TO/FROM THE U.S. OR CANADA, BAGGAGE IN

                        EXCESS OF THE CHECKED BAGGAGE ALLOWANCE SHALL BE

                        CHARGED ACCORDING TO THE PIECE, THE WEIGHT AND THE THREE DIMENSIONS AS FOLLOWS, THE CHARGE WILL BE CUMULATIVE:

                                           ECONOMY CLASS       FIRST AND

                                                               BUSINESS

                                                               CLASS

                  THE FIRST        CNY 1,000/USD 160/  CNY

                                                               1,200/USD

                                                               190/

                  EXTRA PIECE             CAD 210 PIECE       CAD 250

                                                               PIECE

                  THE 2ND PIECE AND EACH   CNY 2,000/USD 320/  CNY

                                                               2,400/USD

                                                               380/

                  ADDITIONAL PIECE         CAD 420 PIECE       CAD 500

                                                               PIECE

                  23 KG-32 KG              CNY 1000/USD 160/

                  OVERWEIGHT               CAD 210 PIECE

                  32.1 KG- 45 KG (MUST     CNY 3,000/USD 480/  CNY

                                                               3,000/USD

                                                               480/

                  BE CONFIRMED PRIOR TO    CAD 630 PIECE       CAD 630

                                                               PIECE

                  THE SCHEDULED FLIGHT)

                  OVERSIZED (LENGTH PLUS   CNY 1,000/USD 160/  CNY

                                                               1,000/USD

                                                               160/

                  WIDTH PLUS HEIGHT)       CAD 210 PIECE       CAD 210

                                                               PIECE

                  159 CM-300 CM (MUST

                  BE CONFIRMED PRIOR

                  TO THE SCHEDULED

                  FLIGHT IF THE

                  COMBINED DIMENSIONS

                  EXCEED 203 CM

                   (2)  ANY SINGLE BAG (PIECE) EXCEED 70 LBS (32 KGS) IN

                        WEIGHT SHALL NOT BE ACCEPTED FOR CARRIAGE ON

                       FLIGHTS OTHER THAN THOSE TO/FROM THE UNITED STATES

                        OF AMERICA.  ON FLIGHTS TO/FROM THE UNITED STATES

                        OF AMERICA, ANY SINGLE BAG (PIECE) EXCEED 100 LBS

                        (45 KGS) IN WEIGHT SHALL NOT BE ACCEPTED FOR

                       CARRIAGE, AND ANY SINGLE BAG (PIECE) EXCEED 70 LBS

                        (32 KGS) AND LESS THAN 100 LBS (45 KGS) WILL NEED

                        PRIOR REQUEST UPON RESERVATION AND MF'S APPROVAL

                       PRIOR TO THE SCHEDULED FLIGHT.  THIS SECTION SHALL

                        NOT APPLY TO THOSE ITEMS LISTED IN SECTION I,

                        PARAGRAPH (A)(2), OR TO ACCOMPANIED PETS PROVIDED

                        IN SECTION II PARAGRAPH (C).

              SECTION III - SPECIAL CHARGES

              (A) UNCHECKED BAGGAGE USING ADDITIONAL SEAT(S)

                  MF SHALL, AT A CHARGE AND SUBJECT TO ADVANCE

                  ARRANGEMENT, TRANSPORT BAGGAGE OF A VALUABLE OR FRAGILE

                  NATURE WHICH THE PASSENGER WISHES TO CARRY IN THE CABIN

                  AND WHICH REQUIRES THE BLOCKING OUT OR USE OF

                  ADDITIONAL SEAT(S).  THE CHARGE FOR EACH SEAT OCCUPIED

                  BY SUCH BAGGAGE SHALL BE THE SAME OF THE NORMAL ECONOMY

                  FARE FOR THE APPLICABLE JOURNEY AT THE TIME OF BOOKING

                  THE ADDITIONAL SEAT(S).  THE MAXIMUM WEIGHT OF ANY

                  BAGGAGE UNDER THIS ARRANGEMENT SHALL NOT EXCEED 75 KG.

                  PER SEAT.  THE PASSENGER'S CHECKED BAGGAGE ALLOWANCE

                  SHALL NOT BE INCREASED WHEN USING THIS FACILITY.

              (B) GOLFING EQUIPMENT AND SKIING EQUIPMENT

                   (1)  NOT WITHSTANDING PARAGRAPH (D), MF ESTABLISH A

                        SPECIAL EXCESS BAGGAGE CHARGE FOR GOLFING

                        EQUIPMENT AND SKIING EQUIPMENT CONTAINED IN NOT

                        MORE THAN ONE BAG, PROVIDED THAT THE SUM OF THE

                        THREE DIMENSIONS SHALL NOT EXCEED 62 INCHES (158

                        CMS) FOR EACH BAG AND PROVIDED THAT THE MAXIMUM

                        WEIGHT FOR EACH BAG SHALL NOT EXCEED 50 LBS (23

                        KGS).

                   (2)  THE FIRST SUCH GOLFING EQUIPMENT OR SKIING

                        EQIPMENT WILL BE CARRIED FOR FREE, WITHOUT TAKING

                        UP THE FREE BAGGAGE ALLOWANCE.

                   (3)  FOR ADDITIONAL GOLF BAG OR SKIING BAGS IN EXCESS

                        EACH BAG WILL BE SEEMED AS ONE PIECE AND THE

                        NORMAL EXCESS BAGGAGE CHARGE AS ESTABLISHED IN

                        PARAGRAPH (D) SHALL APPLY.

AREA: ZZ TARIFF: IPRG    CXR: MF  RULE: 0116

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K    EXCESS VALUE CHARGES FOR BAGGAGE

 

              (A)  EXCESS VALUE CHARGES

                   (1)  A PASSENGER MAY DECLARE A VALUE FOR BAGGAGE IN

                        EXCESS OF $20.00 (CAD 25.00) OR

                        ITS EQUIVALENT PER KILOGRAM IN THE CASE OF CHECKED BAGGAGE.  NO DECLARATION VALUE FOR ACCEPTED PET.

                   (2)  WHEN SUCH DECLARATION IS MADE, A CHARGE OF SUCH

                        EXCESS VALUE WILL BE ASSESSED BY EACH CARRIER

                        PARTICIPATING IN THE CARRIAGE AT THE FOLLOWING

                        RATES:

                        CHARGE      ADDITIONAL AMOUNT OF LIABILITY

                        USD/CAD      (USD/CAD)

                        $0.50 PER   $100.00 OR FRACTION THEREOF.

                          NOTE: ANY HIGHER DECLARED VALUE SHALL NOT APPLY

                                TO MONEY, JEWELRY, SILVERWARE, NEGOTIABLE

                                PAPERS, SECURITIES, BUSINESS DOCUMENTS,

                                SAMPLES, PAINTINGS, ANTIQUES, ARTIFACTS,

                                MANUSCRIPTS, IRREPLACEABLE BOOKS OR

                                PUBLICATIONS OR OTHER SIMILAR VALUABLES

                                WHEN SUCH VALUABLES ARE INCLUDED IN

                                BAGGAGE CHECKED OR OTHERWISE DELIVERED

                                INTO THE CUSTODY OF THE CARRIER.

              (B) VALUATION LIMIT OF BAGGAGE

                  NO BAGGAGE OF ANY ONE PASSENGER HAVING A DECLARED VALUE

                   IN EXCESS OF THE AMOUNTS SHOWN BELOW WILL BE ACCEPTED

                   FOR CARRIAGE, UNLESS SPECIAL ARRANGEMENT THEREFOR HAS

                   BEEN MADE IN ADVANCE BETWEEN THE PASSENGER AND THE

                   CARRIER CONCERNED:

                                    VALUATION LIMIT

                        U.S. CURRENCY        CANADIAN CURRENCY

                        2,500                3,300

              (C)  COLLECTION OF EXCESS VALUE CHARGES

                   EXCESS VALUE CHARGES WILL BE PAYABLE AT THE POINT OF

                   ORIGIN FOR THE ENTIRE JOURNEY TO FINAL DESTINATION

                   PROVIDED THAT, IF AT A STOPOVER EN ROUTE, A PASSENGER

                   DECLARES A HIGHER EXCESS VALUE THAN THAT ORIGINALLY

                   DECLARED, ADDITIONAL VALUE CHARGES FOR THE INCREASED

                   VALUE FROM THE STOPOVER AT WHICH THE HIGHER EXCESS

                   VALUE WAS DECLARED TO FINAL DESTINATION WILL BE

                   PAYABLE.

              (D)  EXCESS VALUE CHARGES ON REROUTINGS OR CANCELLATIONS

                   WHEN A PASSENGER IS REROUTED OR HIS CARRIAGE CANCELLED, THE PROVISIONS WHICH GOVERN WITH RESPECT TO THE PAYMENT OF ADDITIONAL FARES OR THE REFUNDING OF FARES SHALL LIKEWISE GOVERN THE PAYMENT OF EXCESS VALUE CHARGES.

                   NO REFUND OF VALUE CHARGES WILL BE MADE WHEN A PORTION

                   OF THE CARRIAGE HAS BEEN COMPLETED.

 

AREA: ZZ TARIFF: IPRG    CXR: MF  RULE: 0117

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K    INTERLINE BAGGAGE ACCEPTANCE

              (A)  APPLICABILITY

                   THIS RULE IS APPLICABLE TO ALL INTERLINE ITINERARIES

                   ISSUED ON A SINGLE TICKET WHOSE ORIGIN OR ULTIMATE

                   TICKETED DESTINATION IS IN CANADA AND THE U.S.A.

                   IT ESTABLISHES HOW MF WILL DETERMINE WHICH CARRIER'S

                   BAGGAGE RULES APPLY TO ANY PASSENGER'S ENTIRE INTERLINE ITINERARY.

              (B)  GENERAL

                   FOR THE PURPOSES OF INTERLINE BAGGAGE ACCEPTANCE:

                   (1)  THE CARRIER WHOSE DESIGNATOR CODE IS IDENTIFIED ON THE FIRST SEGMENT OF THE PASSENGER'S INTERLINE

                        TICKET WILL BE KNOWN AS THE SELECTING CARRIER.

                   (2)  ANY CARRIER WHO IS IDENTIFIED AS PROVIDING

                        INTERLINE TRANSPORTATION TO THE PASSENGER BY

                        VIRTUE OF THE PASSENGER'S TICKET WILL BE KNOWN AS

                        A PARTICIPATING CARRIER.

              (C)  BAGGAGE RULE DETERMINATION BY SELECTING CARRIER

                   (1)  CHECKED BAGGAGE

                        THE SELECTING CARRIER WILL:

                        (A)  SELECT AND APPLY ITS OWN BAGGAGE RULES AS SET OUT IN ITS TARIFF TO THE ENTIRE INTERLINE ITINERARY; OR

                        (B)  SELECT THE MOST SIGNIFICANT CARRIER, AS

                             DETERMINED BY IATA RESOLUTION 302 AND

                             CONDITIONED BY THE CANADIAN TRANSPORTATION

                             AGENCY, IN ORDER FOR THAT CARRIER'S BAGGAGE

                             RULES, AS ESTABLISHED IN ITS TARIFF, TO APPLYTO THE ENTIRE INTERLINE ITINERARY.

                        THE CARRIER IDENTIFIED BY MEANS OF A) OR B) WILL

                        BE KNOWN AS THE SELECTED CARRIER.

                   (2)  CARRY-ON BAGGAGE

                        EACH OPERATING CARRIER'S CARRY-ON BAGGAGE

                        ALLOWANCES WILL APPLY TO EACH FLIGHT SEGMENT IN AN INTERLINE ITINERARY.  NOTWITHSTANDING, THE

                        CARRY-ON BAGGAGE CHARGES THAT WILL APPLY TO THE

                        ENTIRE INTERLINE ITINERARY WILL BE THOSE OF THE

                        SELECTED CARRIER.

              (D)  BAGGAGE RULE APPLICATION BY PARTICIPATING CARRIER

                   WHERE MF IS NOT THE SELECTED CARRIER ON AN INTERLINE

                   ITINERARY BUT IS A PARTICIPATING CARRIER THAT IS

                   PROVIDING TRANSPORTATION TO THE PASSENGER BASED ON THE

                   TICKET ISSUED, MF WILL APPLY AS ITS OWN THE BAGGAGE

                   RULES OF THE SELECTED CARRIER THROUGHOUT THE INTERLINE

                   ITINERARY.

              (E)  DISCLOSURE OF BAGGAGE RULES SUMMARY PAGE AT THE END OF AN ONLINE PURCHASE AND

                   E-TICKET DISCLOSURE

                   (1)  FOR BAGGAGE RULES PROVISIONS RELATED TO A

                        PASSENGER'S 1ST AND 2ND CHECKED BAG AND THE

                        PASSENGER'S CARRY-ON BAGGAGE (I.E. THE PASSENGER'S "STANDARD" BAGGAGE ALLOWANCE), WHEN THE CARRIERSELLS AND ISSUES A TICKET FOR AN INTERLINE ITINERARY, IT WILL DISCLOSE TO THE PASSENGER ON ANY SUMMARY PAGE AT THE END OF AN ONLINE PURCHASE AND ON THE PASSENGER'S ITINERARY/RECEIPT AND E-TICKET AT THE TIME OF TICKETING THE BAGGAGE INFORMATION RELEVANT TO THE PASSENGER ITINERARY ASSET OUT IN PARAGRAPH 2 BELOW.  THE DISCLOSEDINFORMATION WILL REFLECT THE BAGGAGE RULES OF THE SELECTED CARRIER.

                   (2)  THE CARRIER WILL DISCLOSE THE FOLLOWING

                        INFORMATION:

                        (A)  NAME OF THE CARRIER WHOSE BAGGAGE RULES

                             APPLY;

                        (B)  PASSENGER'S FREE BAGGAGE ALLOWANCE AND/OR

                             APPLICABLE FEES;

                        (C)  SIZE AND WEIGHT LIMITS OF THE BAGS, IF

                             APPLICABLE;

                        (D)  TERMS OR CONDITIONS THAT WOULD ALTER OR

                             IMPACT A PASSENGER'S STANDARD BAGGAGE

                             ALLOWANCES AND CHARGES (E.G. FREQUENT FLYER

                             STATUS, EARLY CHECK-IN, PRE-PURCHASING

                             BAGGAGE ALLOWANCES WITH A PARTICULAR CREDIT

                             CARD);

                        (E)  EXISTENCE OF ANY EMBARGOES THAT MAY BE

                             APPLICABLE TO THE PASSENGER'S ITINERARY; AND,

                        (F)  APPLICATION OF BAGGAGE ALLOWANCES AND CHARGES(I.E. WHETHER THEY ARE APPLIED ONCE PER DIRECTION OR IF THEY ARE APPLICABLE AT EACH STOPOVER POINT).

                   (3)  THE CARRIER WILL PROVIDE THIS INFORMATION IN TEXT

                        FORMAT ON THE PASSENGER'S E-TICKET CONFIRMATION.

                        ANY FEE INFORMATION PROVIDED FOR CARRY-ON BAGS AND THE FIRST AND SECOND CHECKED BAG WILL BE EXPRESSED AS SPECIFIC CHARGES (I.E., NOT A RANGE).

                   WEB SITE DISCLOSURE

                   THE CARRIER WILL DISCLOSE ON ITS WEB SITE, IN A

                   CONVENIENT AND PROMINENT LOCATION, A COMPLETE AND

                   COMPREHENSIVE SUMMARY OF ALL THE CARRIER'S OWN BAGGAGE

                   RULES, INCLUDING INFORMATION CONCERNING:

                   (A)  THE MAXIMUM WEIGHT AND DIMENSIONS OF PASSENGER

                        BAGS, IF APPLICABLE, BOTH CHECKED AND UNCHECKED;

                   (B)  THE NUMBER OF CHECKED AND UNCHECKED PASSENGER BAGS THAT CAN BE TRANSPORTED AND THE APPLICABLE

CHARGES;

                   (C)  EXCESS AND OVERSIZED BAGGAGE CHARGES;

                   (D)  CHARGES RELATED TO CHECK IN, COLLECTION AND

                        DELIVERY OF CHECKED BAGGAGE;

                   (E)  ACCEPTANCE AND CHARGES RELATED TO SPECIAL ITEMS,

                        E.G. SURF BOARDS, PETS, BICYCLES, ETC.;

                   (F)  BAGGAGE PROVISIONS RELATED TO PROHIBITED OR

                        UNACCEPTABLE ITEMS, INCLUDING EMBARGOES;

                   (G)  TERMS OR CONDITIONS THAT WOULD ALTER OR IMPACT THE BAGGAGE ALLOWANCES AND CHARGES APPLICABLE TO

                        PASSSENGERS (E.G.FREQUENT FLYER STATUS, EARLY

                        CHECK IN, PRE-PURCHASING BAGGAGE ALLOWANCES WITH A PARTICULAR CREDIT CARD); AND,

                   (H)  OTHER RULES GOVERNING TREATMENT OF BAGGAGE AT

                        STOPOVER POINTS, INCLUDING PASSENGERS SUBJECT TO

                        SPECIAL BAGGAGE ALLOWANCES OR CHARGES ETC.

              (F)  DEFINITIONS

                   "AIRLINE DESIGNATOR CODE"

                        AN IDENTIFICATION CODE COMPRISED OF TWO-CHARACTERS WHICH IS USED FOR COMMERCIAL AND TRAFFIC PURPOSES SUCH AS RESERVATIONS, SCHEDULES, TIMETABLES, TICKETING, TARIFFS AND AIRPORT DISPLAY SYSTEMS.

                        AIRLINE DESIGNATORS ARE ASSIGNED BY IATA.  WHEN

                        THIS CODE APPEARS ON A TICKET, IT REFLECTS THE

                        CARRIER THAT IS MARKETING THE FLIGHT, WHICH MIGHT

                        BE DIFFERENT FROM THE CARRIER OPERATING THE

                        FLIGHT.

                   "BAGGAGE RULES"

                        THE CONDITIONS ASSOCIATED WITH THE ACCEPTANCE OF

                        BAGGAGE, SERVICES INCIDENTAL TO THE TRANSPORTATION OF BAGGAGE, ALLOWANCES AND ALL RELATED CHARGES.

                        FOR EXAMPLE, BAGGAGE RULES MAY ADDRESS THE

                        FOLLOWING TOPICS:

                        .    THE MAXIMUM WEIGHT AND DIMENSIONS OF

                             PASSENGER BAGS, IF APPLICABLE, BOTH CHECKED

                             AND UNCHECKED;

                        .    THE NUMBER OF CHECKED AND UNCHECKED PASSENGERBAGS THAT CAN BE TRANSPORTED AND THE APPLICABLE CHARGES;

                        .    EXCESS AND OVERSIZED BAGGAGE CHARGES;

                        .    CHARGES RELATED TO CHECK-IN, COLLECTION AND

                             DELIVERY OF CHECKED BAGGAGE;

                        .    ACCEPTANCE AND CHARGES RELATED TO SPECIAL

                             ITEMS, E.G. SURFBOARDS, PETS, BICYCLES, ETC;

                        .    BAGGAGE PROVISIONS RELATED TO PROHIBITED OR

                             UNACCEPTABLE ITEMS, INCLUDING EMBARGOES;

                        .    TERMS OR CONDITIONS THAT WOULD ALTER OR

                             IMPACT THE BAGGAGE ALLOWANCES AND CHARGES

                             APPLICABLE TO PASSENGERS (E.G. FREQUENT FLYERSTATUS, EARLY CHECK-IN, PRE-PURCHASING

                             BAGGAGE ALLOWANCES WITH A PARTICULAR CREDIT

                             CARD); AND,

                        .    OTHER RULES GOVERNING TREATMENT OF BAGGAGE AT STOPOVER POINTS, INCLUDING PASSENGERS SUBJECT TO SPECIAL BAGGAGE ALLOWANCES OR CHARGES, ETC.

                   "INTERLINE AGREEMENT":

                        AN AGREEMENT BETWEEN TWO OR MORE CARRIERS TO

                        CO-ORDINATE THE TRANSPORTATION OF PASSENGERS AND

                        THEIR BAGGAGE FROM THE FLIGHT OF ONE AIR CARRIER

                        TO THE FLIGHT OF ANOTHER AIR CARRIER (THROUGH TO

                        THE NEXT POINT OF STOPOVER).

                   "INTERLINE ITINERARY":

                        ALL FLIGHTS REFLECTED ON A SINGLE TICKET INVOLVING MULTIPLE AIR CARRIERS.  ONLY TRAVEL ON A SINGLE TICKET IS SUBJECT TO THE AGENCY'S APPROACHPROVIDED THE ORIGIN OR THE ULTIMATE TICKETED

                        DESTINATION IS A POINT IN CANADA.

                   "INTERLINE TRAVEL":

                        TRAVEL INVOLVING MULTIPLE AIR CARRIERS LISTED ON A SINGLE TICKET THAT IS PURCHASED VIA A SINGLE

                        TRANSACTION.

                   "SINGLE TICKET":

                        A DOCUMENT THAT PERMITS TRAVEL FROM ORIGIN TO

                        DESTINATION.  IT MAY INCLUDE INTERLINE/CODE-SHARE

                        AND INTRA-LINE SEGMENTS.  IT MAY ALSO INCLUDE

                        END-TO-END COMBINATIONS (I.E., STAND ALONE FARES

                        THAT CAN BE BOUGHT SEPARATELY BUT COMBINED

                        TOGETHER TO FORM ONE PRICE).

                   "SUMMARY PAGE AT THE END OF AN ONLINE PURCHASE":

                        A PAGE ON A CARRIER'S WEB SITE WHICH SUMMARIZES

                        THE DETAILS OF A TICKET PURCHASE TRANSACTION JUST

                        AFTER THE PASSENGER HAS AGREED TO PURCHASE THE

                        TICKET FROM THE CARRIER AND HAS PROVIDED A FORM OFPAYMENT.

                   "ULTIMATE TICKETED DESTINATION":

                        IN SITUATIONS WHERE A PASSENGER'S ORIGIN IS A

                        NON-CANADIAN POINT AND THE ITINERARY INCLUDES AT

                        LEAST ONE STOP IN CANADA, AS WELL AS AT LEAST ONE

                        STOP OUTSIDE CANADA.  IF THE STOP IN CANADA IS THE FARTHEST CHECKED POINT AND THE STOP IS MORE THAN 24 HOURS, THE AGENCY WOULD CONSIDER THE ULTIMATE TICKETED DESTINATION TO BE CANADA.

              CARRIER DEFINITIONS (VARIOUS)

                   "DOWN LINE CARRIER ":

                        ANY CARRIER, OTHER THAN THE SELECTING CARRIER, WHO IS IDENTIFIED AS PROVIDING INTERLINE

                        TRANSPORTATION TO THE PASSENGER BY VIRTUE OF THE

PASSSENGER'S TICKET.

                   "MARKETING CARRIER":

                        THE CARRIER THAT SELLS FLIGHTS UNDER ITS CODE.

                   "MOST SIGNIFICANT CARRIER (MSC)":

                        IS DETERMINED BY A METHODOLOGY, ESTABLISHED BY

                        IATA (RESOLUTION 302), WHICH ESTABLISHES, FOR EACH PORTION OF A PASSENGER'S ITINERARY WHERE BAGGAGE IS CHECKED THROUGH TO A NEW STOPOVER POINT, WHICH CARRIER WILL BE PERFORMING THE MOST SIGNIFICANTPART OF THE SERVICE.  FOR TRAVELERS UNDER THE RESOLUTION 302 SYSTEM, THE BAGGAGE RULES OF THE MSC WILL APPLY.  FOR COMPLEX ITINERARIES INVOLVING MULTIPLE CHECKED BAGGAGE POINTS, THERE MAY BE MORE THAN ONE MSC, RESULTING IN THE APPPLICATION OF DIFFERING BAGGAGE RULES THROUGH AN ITINERARY.

                   "MOST SIGNIFICANT CARRIER (MSC)-IATA RESOLUTION 302 AS

                   CONDITIONED BY THE AGENCY":

                        IN THIS INSTANCE, THE MSC IS DETERMINED BY

                        APPLYING IATA RESOLUTION 302 METHODOLOGY AS

                        CONDITIONED BY THE AGENCY.  THE AGENCY'S

                        RESERVATION HAS STIPULATED THAT ONLY A SINGLE SET

                        OF BAGGAGE RULES MAY APPLY TO ANY GIVEN INTERLINE

                        ITINERARY.  THE AIM OF THE AGENCY'S RESERVATION IS TO ALLOW THE SELECTING CARRIER TO USE THE MSC

                        METHODOLOGY TO DETERMINE WHICH CARRIER'S BAGGAGE

                        RULES APPLY TO AN INTERNATIONAL INTERLINE

                        ITINERARY TO OR FROM CANADA, WHILE REINFORCING THEROLE OF TARIFFS IN THE DETERMINATION OF WHICH

                        CARRIER'S RULES APPLY.

                   "OPERATING CARRIER":

                        THE CARRIER THAT OPERATES THE ACTUAL FLIGHT.

                   "PARTICIPATING CARRIER(S)":

                        INCLUDES BOTH THE SELECTING CARRIER AND DOWN LINE

                        CARRIERS WHO HAVE BEEN IDENTIFIED AS PROVIDING

                        INTERLINE TRANSPORTATION TO THE PASSENGER BY

                        VIRTUE OF THE PASSENGER'S TICKET.

                   "SELECTED CARRIER":

                        THE CARRIER WHOSE BAGGAGE RULES APPLY TO THE

                        ENTIRE INTERLINE ITINERARY.

                   "SELECTING CARRIER":

                        THE CARRIER WHOSE DESIGNATOR CODE IS IDENTIFIED ON THE FIRST SEGMENT OF THE PASSENGER'S TICKET AT THE BEGINNING OF AN ITINERARY ISSUED ON A SINGLE

                        TICKET WHOSE ORIGIN OR ULTIMATE DESTINATION IS IN

                        CANADA.

AREA: ZZ TARIFF: IPRG    CXR: MF  RULE: 0130

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K    FARES

              (A)  GENERAL

                   FARES/RULES APPLY FOR CARRIAGE FROM THE AIRPORT AT THE

                   POINT OF ORIGIN TO THE AIRPORT AT THE POINT OF

                   DESTINATION AND DO NOT INCLUDE GROUND TRANSFER SERVICE

                   BETWEEN AIRPORT OR BETWEEN AIRPORTS AND CITY CENTRES

                   EXCEPT WHERE RULE 35 SPECIFICALLY PROVIDES THAT SUCH

                   GROUND TRANSFER SERVICE WILL BE FURNISHED WITHOUT

                   ADDITIONAL CHARGE.

              (B)  ACRONYMNES, SEQUENCE OF CHECKS, INTERNATIONAL SALES

                   INDICATORS (ISI).

                   LIST OF COMMON ACRONYMS USED FOR FARE CONSTRUCTIONS.

                   (1)  LIST OF COMMON ACRONYMS USED FOR FARE

                        CONSTRUCTION:

                        BHC       ONE WAY BACK HAUL CHECK

                        COM       COUNTRY OF UNIT ORIGIN MINIMUM

                        COP       COUNTRY OF PAYMENT CHECK

                        CPM       COMMON POINT MINIMUM

                        CTM       CIRCLE TRIP MINIMUM

                        DMC       DIRECTIONAL MINIMUM CHECK

                        EMA       TICKETED POINT MILEAGE DEDUCTION

                                  (PREVIOUSLY EXTRA MILEAGE ALLOWANCE)

                        EMS       EXTRA MILEAGE SURCHARGE

                        HIP       HIGHER INTERMEDIATE FARE CHECK

                        MPM       MAXIMUM PERMITTED MILEAGE

                        OSC       ONE WAY SUBJOURNEY CHECK

                        RSC       RETURN SUBJOURNEY CHECK

                        RWM       ROUND THE WORLD MINIMUM

                        TPM       TICKETED POINT MILEAGE

                   (2)  SEQUENCE OF CHECKS

                        (A)  ALL FARE CONSTRUCTIONS SHALL BE ACCOMPLISHED

                             IN NUCS.

                        (B)  IN APPLYING FARE CONSTRUCTION CHECKS, THE

                             FOLLOWING SEQUENCE SHALL APPLY TO SUCH

                             CHECKS.

                  NAME                     ACRONYM     APPLICABLE FARES

                  MILEAGE CHECKS           TPM/MPM/    ALL

                                           EMS/EMA

                  HIGHER INTERMEDIATE

                  POINT                    HIP         ALL

                  ONE WAY BACKHAUL CHECK   BHC         OW

                  ONE WAY SUBJOURNEY CHECK

                                           OSC         NORMAL, OW

                  COUNTRY OF UNIT ORIGIN   COM         OW

                  MINIMUM

                  DIRECTIONAL MINIMUM      DMC         OW, NORMAL OJ                                     

                  CIRCLE TRIP/ROUND THE    CTW/RWM     CT/RTW

                  WORLD MINIMUM

                  COMMON POINT MINIMUM     CPM         NORMAL OJ

                  RETURN SUBJOURNEY

                   CHECK                   RSC         NORMAL CT, OJ, RT

                  LOCAL CURRENCY FARE

                  CHECK                    COP         NORMAL CT, RT

              (C)  APPLICATION

                   (1)  FARES SPECIFIED IN THIS TARIFF BETWEEN ANY TWO

                        POINTS ARE SUBJECT TO:

                        (A)  THE MAXIMUM PERMITTED MILEAGE, REFERRED TO

                             HEREIN AS MILEAGE FARES, PROVIDED THAT WHEN A JOURNEY EXCEEDS THE MPM, THE FARE MUST BE

                             SURCHARGED IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE PROCEDURES

                             FOR EXCESS MILEAGE SURCHARGES, OR;

                        (B)  A SPECIFIED DIAGRAMMATIC OR LINEAR ROUTING,

                             REFERRED TO HEREIN AS ROUTING FARES.

                   (2)  APPLICABLE FARES

                        FARES TO BE ASSESSED FOR THE TOTAL JOURNEY SHALL

                        BE THE APPLICABLE FARES EFFECTIVE ON THE DATE OF

                        DEPARTURE ON THE FIRST INTERNATIONAL SECTOR,

                        PROVIDED CANADA AND THE USA ARE CONSIDERED AS ONE

                        COUNTRY.

                   (3)  ARBITRARY CONSTRUCTION

                        FARES PUBLISHED BY USE OF A PUBLISHED ARBITRARY

                        AND A PUBLISHED INTERNATIONAL GATEWAY FARE.  THESE FARES ARE REFERRED TO AS CONSTRUCTED FARES.  WHEN CONSTRUCTION WITH ARBITRARIES IS USED, TRAVEL NEED NOT BE VIA THE POINT OF COMBINATION.

                   (4)  NON-ADHERENCE TO PRECEDENCE OF THROUGH PUBLISHED

                        FARES

                        EXCEPT FOR THE PROVISIONS IN PARAGRAPHS (8 BELOW)

                        AND (E)(6) THE COMBINATION OF TWO OR MORE FARES

                        MAY BE APPLIED BETWEEN ANY TWO POINTS EVEN IF THE

                        AMOUNT RESULTS IN LESS THAN THE THROUGH PUBLISHED

                        FARE IN THIS TARIFF.  ALL RULES OF SUCH FARES

                        COMBINED MUST BE OBSERVED.

                   (5)  LOWEST COMBINATION PRINCIPLE (LCP)

                        WHEN NO THROUGH FARE IS PUBLISHED BETWEEN ANY TWO

                        TICKETED POINTS, A FARE MUST BE CONSTRUCTED FOR

                        THE PURPOSE OF APPLYING FARE CONSTRUCTION CHECKS.

                        THE APPLICABLE FARE MUST BE CONSTRUCTED USING

                        SECTOR FARES OVER AN INTERMEDIATE TICKETED POINT

                        FOR THE CLASS OF SERVICE USED.

                        (A)  THE FARE MUST BE CONSTRUCTED IN THE DIRECTION OF TRAVEL EXCEPT THAT FOR ANY FARE COMPONENT INTO THE COUNTRY OF PRICING UNIT ORIGIN, THE FARE APPLICABLE FROM THE COUNTRY OF PRICINGUNIT ORIGIN SHALL BE USED.

                        (B)  WHEN THE SAME FARE CONSTRUCTION POINT IS USED BOTH FOR THE OUTBOUND AND INBOUND FARE, THE PROVISIONS OF END-ON COMBINATIONS APPLY.

                        (C)  WHEN USED FOR FARE CHECKS, THE CONSTRUCTED

                             FARE MUST BE SHOWN ON THE TICKET AS "C"/.

                             WHEN USED FOR OTHER PURPOSES, THE FARES MUST

                             BE SHOWN SEPARATELY ON THE TICKET.

                   (6)  DIRECTION OF FARES

                        (A)  FARES SHALL BE ASSESSED IN THE DIRECTION OF

                             TRAVEL, EXCEPT THAT THE FARE COMPONENT INTO

                             THE COUNTRY OF PRICING UNIT ORIGIN SHALL BE

                             ASSESSED IN THE DIRECTION FROM SUCH COUNTRY,

                             I.E. NOT IN THE DIRECTION OF TRAVEL.

                             NOTE:  CANADA AND THE U.S.A. SHALL BE

                                    CONSIDERED THE SAME COUNTRY.  DENMARK, NORWAY AND SWEDEN SHAL BE CONSIDERED THE SAME COUNTRY.

                                    EXAMPLE:  TRAVEL: FRA-MAD-JNB-MAD-FRA

                                    CONSTRUCTION COULD BE:

                                                      FRA-JNB   RT   1

                                                      PRICING UNIT

                                            OR

                                                      FRA-MAD   RT   1

                                                      PRICING UNIT

                                                      MAD-JNB   RT   1

                                                      PRICING UNIT

                                                           TOTAL OF 2

                                                           PRICING UNITS

                                    COMPONENT JNB-MAD MUST BE IN THE

                                    DIRECTION FROM MAD TO JNB.

                                    EXCEPTION 1:  EXCEPT FOR RT PRICING

                                                  UNITS, FARE COMPONENTS

                                                  BETWEEN CANADA AND THE

                                                  U.S.A. AND BETWEEN

                                                  DENMARK, NORWAY AND

                                                  SWEDEN SHALL BE ASSESSED IN THE DIRECTION OFTRAVEL.

                                    EXCEPTION 2:  (APPLICABLE TO OPEN JAW

                                                  SPECIAL FARES ONLY) FOR TRAVEL ORIGINATING AND

                                                  TERMINATING IN EUROPE

                                                  (WHERE AN OPEN JAW

                                                  APPLIES BETWEEN

                                                  COUNTRIES IN EUROPE) FOR THE LAST FARE COMPONENT INTO THE COUNTRY OF UNIT

                                                  DESTINATION THE FARE

                                                  APPLICABLE FROM THECOUNTRY OF UNIT DESTINATION SHALL BE USED.

                        (B)  FARES SHALL BE ASSESSED IN THE DIRECTION OF

                             TRAVEL, EXCEPT THAT WHEN A PRICING UNIT FOR A ONE WAY SUBJOURNEY TERMINATES IN A COUNTRY

                             FROM WHICH A PREVIOUS PRICING UNIT HAS BEEN

                             ASSESSED, THE PRICING UNIT FOR THE ONE WAY

                             SUBJOURNEY INTO SUCH COUNTRY SHALL BE

                             ASSESSED FROM SUCH COUNTRY, I.E. NOT IN THE

                             DIRECTION OF TRAVEL.

                             EXAMPLE:  TRAVEL ATL-LON-STO-LIS-GLA

                                       CONSTRUCTION:  

ATL-LON     OW    1 PRICING UNIT

                                       LON-STO     OW    1 PRICING UNIT

                                       STO-LIS     OW    1PRICING UNIT

                                       GLA-LIS     OW    1PRICING UNIT

                                             TOTAL OF 4 PRICING UNITS.

                             FARE COMPONENT LIS-GLA MUST BE IN THEDIRECTION OF GLA-LIS BECAUSE THE TERMINATION

                             POINT (GLA) IS IN THE SAME COUNTRY FROM WHICH A PREVIOUS PRICING UNIT (LON-STO) WAS

                             ASSESSED.

              (C)  APPLICATION

                   (7)  END OF COMBINATIONS

                        WHEN TWO OR MORE FARES ARE COMBINED END-ON, THE

                        PROVISIONS OF ROUND TRIP, CIRCLE TRIP, ONE

                        WAY OR OPEN JAW JOURNEYS, AS APPLICABLE, SHALL

                        APPLY SEPARATELY TO EACH.

                   (8)  COMBINATION OF FARES - U.S.A.

                        (A)  COMBINATION OF U.S. DOMESTIC NORMAL/SPECIAL

                             FARES WITH INTERNATIONAL FARES TO CONSTRUCT A THROUGH FARE WHICH IS LESS THAN THE PUBLISHED FARE FROM THE POINT OF ORIGIN TO THE POINT OF DESTINATION IS PERMITTED; PROVIDED THE PASSENGER COMPLIES WITH ALL CONDITIONS OF THE

                             FARES.

                             EXCEPTION 1:   THE MINIMUM TOUR PRICE, IF

                                            ANY, REQUIRED BY THE U.S.

                                            DOMESTIC FARE WILL NOT BE

                                            APPLICABLE WHEN THE MINIMUM

                                            TOUR PRICE OF THE

                                            INTERNATIONAL FARE IS HIGHER.

                             EXCEPTION 2:   THE ADVANCE PURCHASE, IF ANY,

                                            REQUIRED BY THE U.S. DOMESTIC

                                            FARE WILL NOT BE APPLICABLE

                                            WHEN COMBINING WITH AN

                                            INTERNATIONAL FARE WHICH HAS A GREATER ADVANCE PURCHASE FOR TRANSPORTATION TO/FROM POINTS OUTSIDE THEU.S.A./CANADA/MEXICO/BERMUDA/BAHAMAS/WEST INDIES.

                             EXCEPTION 3:   THE REQUIREMENT OF TICKETING

                                            WITHIN A SPECIFIED TIME AFTER

                                            RESERVATIONS ARE MADE, IF ANY, REQUIRED BY THE U.S. DOMESTIC FARE WILL NOT BE APPLICABLE WHEN COMBINING WITH INTERNATIONAL FARES FOR

                                            TRANSPORTATION TO/FROM POINTS

                                            OUTSIDE THEU.S.A./CANADA/MEXICO/BERMUDA/BAHAMAS/WEST INDIES.

                        (B)  THE MAXIMUM PERMITTED MILEAGE SHALL APPLY

                             FROM THE GATEWAY USED FOR FARE

                             CONSTRUCTION/COMBINATION.

                        (C)  TRAVEL MUST BE VIA THE FARE COMBINATION

                             POINT(S).

                   (9)  WHEN FARES ARE EXPRESSED AS A PERCENTAGE OF

                        ANOTHER FARE AND DIFFERENT PERCENTAGES APPLY ON A

                        JOURNEY, THE FOLLOWING RULE APPLIES.

                        (A)  APPLY THE PERCENTAGE TO THE BASE FARE TO

                             ESTABLISH THE FARE LEVEL AS AN AMOUNT

                        (B)  USE SUCH FARE FOR THE APPLICABLE OF ALL FARE

                             CONSTRUCTION RULES

                             EXAMPLE:  JOURNEY A-B-C-D-A

                             CHILDREN'S FARES

                                  A-B  75 PERCENT OF ADULT FARE

                                  A-C  50 PERCENT OF ADULT FARE

                                  B-C  67 PERCENT OF ADULT FARE

                                  A-D  50 PERCENT OF ADULT FARE

                             (I)  CALCULATE AMOUNTS RESULTING FROM

                                  APPLICATION OF ABOVE PERCENTAGES.

                            (II)  APPLY HIP/CTM ETC. RULES USING THE

                                  RESULTANT LEVELS.

                   (10) FARE CONSTRUCTION MUST BE VIA THE ITINERARY OF THE PASSENGER.  THE ADDITION OF POINTS NOT ON THE

                        PASSENGER'S ITINERARY IS NOT PERMITTED.

                        EXCEPTION:  CONSTRUCTIONS USING ADD-ON AMOUNTS.

                   (11) ALL PUBLISHED FARES GOVERNED BY THIS TARIFF AND

                        ADD FARES CONSTRUCTED IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE TARIFF ARE APPLICABLE ONLY WHEN COMPLIANCE WITH

                        THE PROVISIONS GOVERNING TRAVEL VIA A HIGHER

                        CREATED INTERMEDIATE POINT (PARAGRAPH (F)(3)).

                        MILEAGE ROUTINGS (SEE MAXIMUM PERMITTED MILEAGE

                        TARIFF NO. MPM-1, C.A.B. NO. 424 NTA(A) NO. 239)

                        MAY BE APPLIED TO ANY PUBLISHED OR CONSTRUCTED

                        FARES; HOWEVER, IF A DIAGRAM ON LINEAR ROUTING IS

                        SPECIFIED IN CONNECTION WITH A FARE, SUCH ROUTING

                        MUST BE OBSERVED TO THAT PORTION OF THE

                        TRANSPORTATION COVERED BY THAT FARE.

              (D)  DEFINING JOURNEY OR PRICING UNIT CONCEPT

                   (1)  THE FARE FOR A JOURNEY (EXCLUDING SIDE TRIPS

                        ASSESSED SEPARATELY) SHALL BE THE LOWEST OF:

                        (A)  A SINGLE PRICING UNIT FOR THE JOURNEY, OR

                        (B)  ANY SERIES OF END-ON COMBINED PRICING UNITS,

                             WHICH COLLECTIVELY COMPRISE THE JOURNEY BEING TRAVELED.

                   (2)  TO DETERMINE THE FARES FOR 1) ABOVE USING NORMAL

                        FARES REFER TO THE FLOW CHART BELOW:

                             NORMAL FARE FLOW CHART

                  IS THE JOURNEY A RT/CT BYDEFINITION

 

*        ISTHEJOURNEYART/CTBYDEFINITION?

*      ]                                      ]

*     YES                                     NO

*      ]

*  HALFRTFARES                IFTHEJOURNEYISNOTA

*  MUSTBEUSED                 RT/CTBYDEFINITIONTHEN

*      ]                        THENTHEJOURNEYCONTAINS

*  ISTHEREACOMMON            DOMESTICAND/ORINT'L

*  POINT(S)COUNTRY             SURFACEBREAKS. AREALL

*  THAT/WOULDALLOW             SURFACEDOMESTIC?

*  THEASSESSMENT                        ]

*  OFTWOORMORE        YES                      NO

*  SEPARATERETURN        ]                       ]

*  SUBJOURNEYS?    CANTHEFAREBEASSESSED  ISTHEREA

*      ]           USINGINTERNATIONALHALF  COMMONPOINT/

*     YES          ROUNDTRIPFARES?      ---COUNTRY?

*      ]----------NO           ]         ]     ]

*  ISTHEFARETO ]         YES---------NO    YES--------

NO

 

*  BEBROKENMORE ]           ]                          ]

*  THANONCEAT   ]ISTHEREACOMMONPOINT/  ISTHEFARE]

*  SUCHCOMMON    ]COUNTRYBETWEENTHE       TOBEBROKEN]

*  POINT/COUNTRY? ]BETWEENTHECOUNTRYOF    ATSUCH    ]

*      ]          ]ORIGINANDTHECOUNTRY    COMMONPTS ]

*    YES          ]OFTURNAROUND?            INSUCH    ]

*      ]          ]     ]                    COUNTRIES? ]

*      ]-----------NO    ]                       ]       ]

*  WOULD(ALL)     ]  YES---------------NO-----YES--------

NO

 

*  RESULTING       ]    ]               ]     ]        ]

*  SUBJOURNEYS     ] ISTHEFARETOBE  ]AREANYSUB-  ]

*  PERMITTHE      ] BROKENMORETHAN   ]JOURNEYSTO/  ]

*  CONTINUEDUSE   ] ONCEATSUCHCOMMON]FROMSUCH     ]

*  OFHALFRT      ] POINT/COUNTRY?     ]COMMONPOINTS/]

*  FARES?          ]                     ]COUNTRIES     ]

*    ]             ]                     ]RETURNSUB-   ]

*    ]             ]                     ]JOURNEYS?     ]

*   YES------------NO              YES---NO      YES------

NO

 

* THEFARESMUST   THEFAREMUST  THEFAREMUSTTHERETURN]

* BEASSESSEDASA BEASSESSEDAS BEASSESSED  SUB-     ]

* SERIESOFRETURN ASINGLERT/CT ASASERIES  JOURNEYS ]

* SUBJOURNEYS      JOURNEY        OFRETURN    MUSTBE  ]

*                                   SUBJOURNEYS  ASSESSED ]

*                                                  USINGHALF]

*                                                  ROUNDRT ]

*                                                  FARES.USE]

*                                                  OWFARES ]

 

*                                                  FOR      ]

*                                                  REMAINING]

*SUBJECTTO]

*                                                  THE      ]

*                                                  FOLLOWING]

*                                         --------FORNOJS ]

*                                        ]            -----]

*                                        ]            ]

*                                        ]          USEOW

*                                        ]          FARES

*                           FORNOJJOURNEYS/SUB-

*                           JOURNEYSISTHEREA

*                           COMMONPOINTORMORE

*                           THANONEPOINTIN

*                           EITHERTHECOUNTRY

*                           OFORIGINORTHE

*                           COUNTRYOFTURNAROUND

*                           ORBOTH?

*                            ]              ]

*                           YES             NO

*                       ISTHEFARETOBE   ]

*                       BROKENATSUCH      ]

*                       OTHERPOINTS?      NO

*                            ]              ]

*                          YES            USE2HALF

*                            ]            RTFARES

*                       THENOJCANBE

*                       ASSESSEDASAOW

*                       DOMESTICFARES

*                       ANDARETURN

*                       SUBJOURNEY

              GENERAL NOTES:

              1.  IF FOR PRICING PURPOSES THE JOURNEY IS CHANGED (E.G.

                  CLOSING SURFACE GAP OR ADDING A SECTOR THAT CREATES A

                  SURFACE GAP) THEN THE NEW JOURNEY WILL DETERMINE WHICH

                  PATH OF THE FLOW CHART SHOULD BE TAKEN.

              2.  FOR END-ON COMBINATION OF NORMAL AND SPECIAL FARES,

                  COMPLETELY SEPARATE THE SPECIAL AND NORMAL FARE AND

                  ASSESS THE NORMAL FARE SUBJOURNEY ACCORDING TO THE FLOW

                  CHART.

              3.  THE FLOW CHART DOES NOT APPLY FOR LOCAL COMBINATION OF

                  NORMAL AND SPECIAL FARES - REFER TO THE SPECIAL FARES

                  RULE.

                   (3)  (A)  IF THE JOURNEY FULFILLS THE DEFINITION OF A

                             ROUND TRIP OR CIRCLE TRIP OR NORMAL/SPECIAL

                             FARE OPEN JAW TRIP, THE PRICING UNIT MUST BE

                             ASSESSED AS A ROUND TRIP, OR CIRCLE TRIP OR

                             NORMAL/SPECIAL FARE OPEN JAW TRIP AS

                             APPLICABLE AND MUST USE HALF ROUND TRIP

                             FARES.  THE USE OF ONE WAY FARES IS NOT

                             PERMITTED.  FOR END-ON COMBINATION OF NORMAL

                             AND SPECIAL FARES, COMPLETELY SEPARATE THE

                            SPECIAL AND NORMAL FARE AND ASSESS THE NORMAL

                             FARE SUBJOURNEY ACCORDING TO THE FLOW CHART.

                             EXAMPLE:  TRAVEL:  LON-MIL-STO-LON

                                       CONSTRUCTION:

                                                 LON-MIL   1/2 RT

                                                 MIL-STO   1/2 RT  1

                                                 PRICING UNIT

                                                 LON-STO   1/2 RT

                                      - OW FARES ARE NOT PERMITTED AS

                                  TRAVEL IS CONTINUOUS, CIRCUITOUS AND

                                  RETURNS

                                        TO THE SAME POINT

                                      - CTM CHECK LON-MIL RT AND LON-STO

                                  RT

                                      - LAST FARE COMPONENT FROM COUNTRY

                                  OF ORIGIN

                        (B)  IF THERE IS A COMMON POINT/COUNTRY ON THE

                             ROUTING, THE JOURNEY MAY BE BROKEN INTO MORE

                             THAN ONE PRICING UNIT PROVIDED THESE MUST BE

                             FOR RETURN SUBJOURNEYS USING HALF ROUND TRIP

                             FARES.

                             EXAMPLE:  TRAVEL:   

HEL-BKK-TYO-SEL-TYO-BKK-HEL

                                       CONSTRUCTION COULD BE:

                                                 HEL-BKK    RT  1 PRICING

UNIT

                                                 BKK-TYO    RT  1 PRICING

                                                 UNIT

                                                 TYO-SEL    RT  1 PRICING

                                                 UNIT

                                       OR

                                                 HEL-TYO    RT  1 PRICING

                                                 UNIT

                                                 TYO-SEL    RT  1 PRICING

                                                 UNIT

                                       OR

                                                 HEL-BKK    RT  1 PRICING

                                                 UNIT

                                                 BKK-SEL    RT  1 PRICING

                                                 UNIT

                        (C)  A RETURN SUBJOURNEY ONLY OCCURS IF THE FARE

                             IS BROKEN MORE THAN ONCE AT THE COMMON

                             POINT/COUNTRY.  THE FARE FOR TRAVEL BETWEEN

                             SUCH FARE BREAK POINTS MUST BE PRICED AS A

                             ROUND TRIP; CIRCLE TRIP OR NORMAL/SPECIAL

                             FARE OPEN JAW, AS APPLICABLE, AND MUST USE

                             HALF ROUND TRIP FARES.

                             EXAMPLE:  TRAVEL:   NYC-LON-JNB-MAN-NYC

                                       CONSTRUCTION COULD BE:

                                                 NYC-LON   1/2 RT

                                                 NYC-MAN   1/2 RT  1

                                                 PRICING UNIT

                                                 LON-JNB   1/2 RT

                                                 MAN-JNB   1/2 RT  1

                                                 PRICING UNIT

                                      - BOTH SUBJOURNEYS FALL WITHIN THE

                                  DEFINITION OF OJ

                                      - (NOTE THAT ABOVE JOURNEY COULD

                                  ALSO BE CONSTRUCTED AS NYC-JNB RT)

                        (D)  IF TRAVEL BETWEEN SUCH FARE BREAK POINTS

                             WOULD REQUIRED THE USE OF ONE WAY FARES, THIS IS NOT PERMITTED.

                             EXAMPLE:  TRAVEL:   NYC-LON-RIO-JNB-MAN-NYC

                                       CONSTRUCTION COULD NOT BE:

                                                 NYC-LON   1/2 RT

                                                 NYC-MAN   1/2 RT

                                                 LON-RIO   OW

                                                 RIO-JNB   OW - NOT

                                                 POSSIBLE

                                                 MAN-JNB   OW

                                      - TRAVEL LON-RIO-JNB-MAN IS NOT

                                  WITHIN THE DEFINITION OF AN OJ

                                      - USE OF OW FARES IS NOT PERMITTED.

                                      - TOTAL JOURNEY FALLS WITHINDEFINITION OF CT AND MAY ONLY BE

                                  CONSTRUCTED AS A SINGLE PRICING UNIT.

                   (4)  IF THE ROUTING OF THE JOURNEY FULFILLS THE

DEFINITION OF A NORMAL/SPECIAL FARE OPEN JAW TRIP, THE PRICING UNIT SHALL BE ASSESSED AS TWO HALF ROUND TRIP FARES, PROVIDED THAT, IF THERE IS A COMMON POINT(S) OR OTHER POINTS IN EITHER THE

                        COUNTRY OF ORIGIN OR THE COUNTRY OF TURNAROUND OR

                        BOTH, THE FARE MAY ALTERNATIVELY BE ASSESSED AS A

                        RETURN SUBJOURNEY FROM/TO THE COMMON POINT(S) OR

                        OTHER POINTS AND A ONE WAY SUBJOURNEY(S) FOR THE

                        DOMESTIC SECTOR(S).  IF THIS TYPE OF PRICING

                        OPTION IS USED THEN ONE WAY PRICING UNITS MUST BE

                        ASSESSED USING ONE WAY FARES AND THE RETURN

                        SUBJOURNEY MUST BE ASSESSED USING HALF ROUND TRIP

                        FARES.

                        EXAMPLE:  TRAVEL:   KHH-TPE-SIN-TPE

                                  CONSTRUCTION COULD BE:

                                            KHH-SIN   1/2 RT

                                            TPE-SIN   1/2 RT  1 PRICING

                                            UNIT

                                       OR

                                            KHH-TPE   OW  1 PRICING UNIT

                                            TPE-SIN   RT  1 PRICING UNIT

                                            WHICHEVER IS THE LOWER.

                   EXAMPLE 2:     TRAVEL KHH-TPE-JKT-DPS SURFACE JKT-TPE

                             CONSTRUCTION COULD BE:

                             KHH-DPS           1/2 RT)

                             TPE-JKT           1/2 RT)   1 PRICINGUNIT

                       OR

KHH-TPE           OW        1 PRICINGUNIT

TPE-JKT           RT        1 PRICINGUNIT

                             JKT-DPS           OW        1 PRICINGUNIT

                       OR

                             KHH-TPE           OW        1 PRICINGUNIT

                             TPE-DPS           1/2 RT)

                             TPE-JKT           1/2 RT)   1 PRICINGUNIT

                       OR

                             KHH-TPE           1/2 RT)

                             TPE-JKT           1/2 RT)   1 PRICINGUNIT

                             JKT-DPS           OW        1 PRICINGUNIT

                                    WHICHEVER IS THE LOWER

                   EXAMPLE 3:  TRAVEL GLA-MAN-ROM-LON

                             CONSTRUCTION COULD BE:

                             GLA-ROM           1/2 RT)

                             LON-ROM           1/2 RT)   1 PRICINGUNIT

                       OR

                             GLA-MAN           OW        1 PRICINGUNIT

                             MAN-ROM           1/2 RT)

                             LON-ROM           1/2 RT)   1 PRICINGUNIT

                   (5)  A)   IF THE ROUTING OF A JOURNEY DOES NOT FULFILL

                             THE DEFINITION OF ROUND TRIP, CIRCLE TRIP OR

                             NORMAL/SPECIAL FARE OPEN JAW TRIP, IT SHALL

                             BE ASSESSED AS FOLLOWS, SUBJECT TO THE

                             ROUTING

                             I)     AS A ONE WAY JOURNEY

                            II)     AS A SERIES OF ONE WAY SUBJOURNEYS

                           III)     AS A ROUND TRIP OR CIRCLE TRIP JOURNEYWITH THE SURFACE SECTOR ASSUMED FLOWN

                            IV)     IF THERE IS A COMMON POINT/COUNTRY -

                                    AS A MIX OF A ONE WAY SUBJOURNEY AND A RETURN SUBJOURNEY (AS SHOWN INPARAGRAPH (3(C) ABOVE).

                   EXAMPLE 1:  TRAVEL PAR-ATH

CONSTRUCTION:    PAR-ATH OW 1 PRICINGUNIT

                          DOES NOT QUALIFY FOR RT, CT, OR NORMAL FARES OJ

                   EXAMPLE 2:  TRAVEL PAR-BKK-VIE-ROM

                             CONSTRUCTION COULD BE:

                              PAR-BKK           OW        1 PRICING UNIT

BKK-VIE           OW        1 PRICINGUNIT

                               VIE-ROM           OW        1 PRICINGUNIT

                       OR

PAR-BKK           OW        1 PRICINGUNIT

                               BKK-ROM           OW        1 PRICINGUNIT

                   NO RETURN TO COUNTRY OF ORIGIN, FARES IN DIRECTION OF

                   TRAVEL

                   EXAMPLE 3:  TRAVEL STO-NBO SURFACE SEZ-NBO-STO

                               CONSTRUCTION COULD BE:

STO-NBO           OW        1 PRICINGUNIT

                               STO-SEZ           OW        1 PRICINGUNIT

                       OR

STO-NBO           RT        1 PRICINGUNIT

SEZ-NBO           OW        1 PRICINGUNIT

                       OR

                               STO-SEZ           RT        1 PRICINGUNIT

                   B)   THE ONE WAY JOURNEY/SUBJOURNEY(S) ABOVE MUST BE

                        ASSESSED USING ONE WAY FARES.  THE USE OF HALF

                        ROUND TRIP FARES IS NOT PERMITTED.  THE ROUND TRIP JOURNEY/SUBJOURNEY(S) ABOVE MUST BE ASSESSED USING HALF ROUND TRIP FARES.

              (E)  LIMITATIONS ON INDIRECT TRAVEL/INCLUSION OF SURFACE

                   SECTORS ON A THROUGH MILEAGE CALCULATOR

                   (1)  LIMITATION ON INDIRECT TRAVEL

                        A)   GENERAL LIMITATIONS:     A FARE COMPONENT

                                                      MUST NOT INCLUDE

                                                      MORE THAN:

                             I)     ONE DEPARTURE FROM FARE COMPONENT

                                    ORIGIN OR

                            II)     ONE ARRIVAL AT FARE COMPONENT

                                    DESTINATION OR

                           III)     MORE THAN ONE STOPOVER AT ANY ONE

                                    INTERMEDIATE TICKETED POINT

                        B)   ADDITIONAL LIMITATIONS

                             I)     FOR A JOURNEY ORIGINATING IN EUROPE

                                    (NOT APPLICABLE FOR TRAVEL WHOLLY

                                    WITHIN EUROPE) A FARE COMPONENT MUST

                                    NOT INCLUDE MORE THAN ONE

                                    INTERNATIONAL DEPARTURE AND ONE

                                    INTERNATIONAL ARRIVAL AT ANY TICKETED

                                    POINT IN THE COUNTRY WHERE TRAVEL

                                    ORIGINATES; PROVIDED THAT WHEN THE

                                    COUNTRY OF ORIGIN IS TRANSITED,

                                    TO/FROM ANOTHER POINT IN EUROPE;

                                    STOPOVERS WILL NOT BE PERMITTED IN

                                    SUCH COUNTRY.

                                    EXAMPLE 1:   AMS-TYO-AMS-LON-RTM WITH

                                                 A STOPOVER IN AMS

                                                 BETWEEN TYO AND LON AT A

                                                 THROUGH TYO-LON FARE IS

                                                 NOT PERMITTED (COUNTRY OF ORIGIN IS TRANSITED TO ANOTHER POINT IN EUROPE)

                                    EXAMPLE 2:   LON-NYC-LON-TYO WITH A

                                                 STOPOVER IN LON BETWEEN

NYC AND TYO AT A THROUGH

                                                 NYC-TYO FARE IS PERMITTED (COUNTRY OF ORIGIN IS NOT TRANSITED TO/FROM ANOTHER

                                                 POINT IN EUROPE)

                            II)     THE RESTRICTION IN (I) ABOVE SHALL

                                    ALSO APPLY FOR THE COUNTRY OF PAYMENT

                                    IN EUROPE IF NOT IDENTICAL TO THE

                                    EUROPEAN COUNTRY WHERE TRAVEL

                                    ORIGINATES.

                                    EXAMPLE 1:   ZRH-MIL-TYO

                                                 SOLD IN MIL WITH A

                                                 STOPOVER IN MIL AT A

                                                 THROUGH FARE ZRH-TYO IS

                                                 NOT PERMITTED.

                                                 (COUNTRY OF SALE IS

                                                 TRANSITED FROM ANOTHER

                                                 POINT IN EUROPE)

                                    EXAMPLE 2:   LON-NYC-X/LON-AMS-TYO

                                                 SOLD IN FRA WITH A

                                                 STOPOVER IS AMS AT A

                                                 THROUGH FARE NYC-TYO IS

                                                 PERMITTED.

                                                 (COUNTRY OF ORIGIN IS

                                                 TRANSITED TO ANOTHER

                                                 POINT IN EUROPE BUT NO

                                                 STOPOVER IS MADE)

                           III)     A FARE COMPONENT WITHIN AREA 1 OR

                                    BETWEEN AREA 1 AND AREA 3 (VIA THE

                                    PACIFIC) MUST NOT INCLUDE MORE THAN

                                    ONE ARRIVAL AND ONE DEPARTURE AT ANY

                                    TICKETED POINT.

                            IV)     FOR A JOURNEY ORIGINATING IN AREA 1,

                                    NO FARE COMPONENT WITHIN AREA 1 MAY

                                    INCLUDE MORE THAN ONE INTERNATIONAL

                                    DEPARTURE AND ONE INTERNATIONAL

                                    ARRIVAL AT ANY TICKETED POINT IN THE

                                    COUNTRY WHERE TRAVEL ORIGINATES.

                                    EXAMPLE 1:   POA-BUE-SAO-NYC-THROUGH

                                                 FARE NOT PERMITTED

                                                 BECAUSE OF TWO

                                                 INTERNATIONAL DEPARTURES

                                                 FROM BRAZIL.

                                                 ADDITIONALLY, THIS

                                                 RESTRICTION APPLIES FOR

                                                 THE COUNTRY OF PAYMENT IF NOT IDENTICAL TO THE

                                                 COUNTRY WHERE TRAVEL

                                                 ORIGINATES.

                                    EXAMPLE 2:   NYC-SAO-BUE-POA SOLD IN

                                                 BRAZIL - THROUGH FARE NOT PERMITTED BECAUSE OF TWO INTERNATIONAL ARRIVALS IN

                                                 BRAZIL WHICH IS THE

                                                 COUNTRY OF SALE.

                             V)     APPLICABLE FOR TRAVEL COMMENCING IN

                                    BRAZIL (EXCEPT FOR JOURNEYS WHOLLY

                                    WITHIN SOUTH AMERICA) IRRESPECTIVE OF

                                    WHERE THE FARE IS PAID, THE FIRST

                                    INTERNATIONAL FARE COMPONENT MUST NOT

                                    INCLUDE MORE THAN ONE BRAZILIAN

                                    DOMESTIC FLIGHT COUPON.  WHERE MORE

                                    THAN ONE BRAZILIAN DOMESTIC FLIGHT

                                    COUPON IS ISSUED, THE FIRST

                                    INTERNATIONAL FARE COMPONENT MUST BE

                                    ASSESSED FROM THE POINT IMMEDIATELY

                                    PRIOR TO THE POINT OF COMMENCEMENT OF

                                    THE INTERNATIONAL SECTOR.

                                    EXAMPLE 1:   BSB-RIO-NYC AT A THROUGH

                                                 FARE BSB-NYC IS

                                                 PERMITTED.

                                    EXAMPLE 2:   POA-RIO-SSA-LIS AT A

                                                 THROUGH FARE POA-LIS IS

                                                 NOT PERMITTED.  THE

                                                 INTERNATIONAL FARE

                                                 COMPONENT MUST BE

                                                 ASSESSED FROM RIO AND

                                                 POA-RIO CHARGED

                                                 SEPARATELY.

                                    EXAMPLE 3:   

FLN-X/CWB-/CWB-IGU-XSAO-LON AT A THROUGH FARE

                                             FLN-LON IS NOT PERMITTED.

 THIS FIRST INTERNATIONAL

                                             FARE COMPONENT MUST BE

                                             ASSESSED FROM IGU AND

                                             FLN-CWB-IGU CHARGED

                                             SEPARATELY.

                            VI)     FOR A PRICING UNIT ORIGINATING IN

                                    GERMANY, A FARE COMPONENT FROM/TO A

                                    POINT IN GERMANY MUST NOT INCLUDE MORE THAN TWO DOMESTIC SECTORS IN GERMANY.

                           VII)     JOURNEY APPLICATION

                                    A JOURNEY ON A TICKET OR CONJUNCTION

                                    TICKET, AT THE TIME OF ORIGINAL ISSUE

                                    OR WHEN REISSUED, MUST NOT INCLUDE

                                    MORE THAN FOUR INTERNATIONAL ARRIVALS

                                    AND FOUR INTERNATIONAL DEPARTURES IN

                                    ANY ONE COUNTRY; EXCEPT IN EUROPE, NOT MORE THAN THREE INTERNATIONAL ARRIVALS AND THREE INTERNATIONAL DEPARTURES INONE COUNTRY IN EUROPE; PROVIDED FOR THE COUNTING OF ARRIVALS AND DEPARTURES SURFACE SECTORS ARE

                                    CONSIDERED TO BE FLOWN

                   (2)  INCLUSION OF A SURFACE SECTOR ON A THROUGH MILEAGE CALCULATION

                        SURFACE OF A TRANSPORTATION BETWEEN TWO

                        INTERMEDIATE TICKETED POINTS MUST BE INCLUDED IN

                        THE TICKETED POINT MILEAGE COMPUTATION.  IN THE

                        ABSENCE OF A SINGLE TICKETED POINT MILEAGE, THE

                        LOWEST COMBINATION OF TICKETED POINT SECTOR

                        MILEAGE WILL APPLY.

                        EXCEPTION:  WHEN TRAVEL BETWEEN THE FOLLOWING

                                    TICKETED POINTS ARE BY SURFACE

                                    TRANSPORTATION, AND NEITHER POINT IS

                                    THE POINT OF ORIGIN OR DESTINATION OF

                                    THE FARE SECTOR, THE MILEAGE BETWEEN

                                    SUCH POINTS WILL BE DISREGARDED.

                        BETWEEN                          AND

                        ALICANTE, SPAIN                  MURCIA, SPAIN

                        ALICANTE, SPAIN                  VALENCIA, SPAIN

                        ALMERIA, SPAIN                   MALAGA, SPAIN

                        AMMAN, JORDAN                    JERUSALEM

                        AMRISAR, INDIA                   LAHORE, PAKISTAN

                        AMSTERDAM, NETHERLANDS           ROTTERDAM,

                                                         NETHERLANDS

                        ANTWERP, BELGIUM                BRUSSELS, BELGIUM

                        ARICA, CHILE                     TACNA, PERU

                        BARCELONA, SPAIN                 GERONA, SPAIN

                        BARCELONA, SPAIN                 REUS, SPAIN

                        BASLE, SWITZERLAND               MULHOUSE, FRANCE

                        BERLIN, GERMANY                  DRESDEN, GERMANY

                        BERLIN, GERMANY                  LEIPZIG, GERMANY

                        BERNE, SWITZERLAND               GENEVA,

                                                         SWITZERLAND

                        BERNE, SWITZERLAND               ZURICH,

                                                         SWITZERLAND

                        BILBOA, SPAIN                    SAN SEBASTIAN,

                        SPAIN

                        BILBOA, SPAIN                    SANTANDER, SPAIN

                        BILBOA, SPAIN                    VITORIA, SPAIN

                        BOLOGNA, ITALY                   FLORENCA/PISA,

                                                          ITALY

                        BRAZZAVILLE, CONGO REP.          KINSHASA, ZAIRE

                        BREMEN, GERMANY                  HAMBURG, GERMANY

                        BREMEN, GERMANY                  MUNSTER, GERMANY

                        BROWNSVILLE, U.S.A.             MATAMORES, MEXICO                                      

                        CATANIA, ITALY                   PALERMO, ITALY

                        CIUDAD JUAREZ, MEXICO            EL PASO, U.S.A.

                        COLOGNE, GERMANY                 DUSSELDORF,

                                                         GERMANY

                        COLOGNE, GERMANY                 MUNSTER, GERMANY

                        CURITABA, BRAZIL                JOINVILLE, BRAZIL

                        CUZCO, PERU                      LA PAZ, BOLIVIA

                        DETROIT, U.S.A.                  WINDSOR, CANADA

                        DRESDEN, GERMANY                 LEIPZIG, GERMANY

                        DUBAI, UNITED ARAB EMIRATES      SHARJAH, UNITED

                                                         ARAB EMIRATES

                        DUSSELDORF, GERMANY              MUNSTER, GERMANY

                        GRENADA, SPAIN                   MALAGA, SPAIN

                        GUATAMALA, GUATAMALA            TAPACHULA, MEXICO

                        GUAYARAMERIN, BOLIVIA            PORTO VELHO,

                                                         BRAZIL

                        HAMBURG, GERMANY                 HANOVER, GERMANY

                        HAMBURG, GERMANY                 MUNSTER, GERMANY

                        HILO, HAWAII, U.S.A.             KONA, HAWAII,

                                                         U.S.A.

                        HONG KONG SAR, HONG KONG         MACAU, MACAU

                        IGUASSU FALLS, ARGENTINA         IGUASSU FALLS,

                                                         BRAZIL

                        JAREZ DE LA FRONTARA, SPAIN      SAVILLE, SPAIN

                        KABUL, AFGHANISTAN               PESHAWAR,

                                                         PAKISTAN

                        LA CORUNA, SPAIN                 SANTIAGO DE

                                                       COMPOSTELA, SPAIN

                        LAREDO, TEXAS, U.S.A.            NUEVO LAREDO,

                                                         MEXICO

                        LARNACA, CYPRUS                  PAPHOS, CYPRUS

                        LETICIA, COLUMBIA               TABATINGA, BRAZIL

                        LIVINGSTONE, ZIMBABWE            VICTORIA FALL,

                                                          ZIMBABWE

                        LIVRAMENTO, BRAZIL               RIVERA, URUGUAY

                        LJUBIJANA, YUGOSLAVIA            ZAGRAB,

                                                         YUGOSLAVIA

                        MCALLEN, TEXAS, U.S.A            REYNOSA, MEXICO

                        MILAN, ITALY                     TURIN, ITALY

                        MUNICH, GERMANY                  NUREMBERG,

                                                         GERMANY

                        NAGAYA, JAPAN                    OSAKA, JAPAN

                        PASO DE LOS LIBRES, ARGENTINA    URUGUAIANA,

                                                          BRAZIL

                        PODGRORICA, YUGOSLAVIA          TIVAT, YUGOSLAVIA

                        PUERTO MONTT, CHILE              SAN CARLOS DE

                                                     BARILOCHE, ARGENTINA

                        SAN DIEGO, U.S.A.                TIJUANA, MEXICO

                        SANTIAGO DE COMPOSATALA, SPAIN   VIGO, SPAIN

                        SPLIT, YUGOSLAVIA               ZADAR, YUGOSLAVIA

                        STOCKHOLM, SWEDEN                VASTERAS, SWEDEN

                        SWAKOPMUND, NAMIBIA              WALVIS BAY,

                                                         NAMIBIA

              (F)  CONSTRUCTION RULES FOR FARE COMPONENTS

                   (1)  MIXED CLASS TRAVEL (TRAVEL VIA DIFFERENT CLASS OF

                        SERVICE)

                        (APPLICABLE TO NORMAL FARES ONLY).

                        (A)  MIXED CLASS TRAVEL IS WHEN TRAVEL INVOLVES

                             TWO OR MORE CLASSES OF SERVICE:

                             (I)   ON A SECTOR(S) WITHIN A FARE COMPONENT

                                   OR,

                            (II)   IN AN ENTIRE FARE COMPONENT OF A

                                   JOURNEY/SUBJOURNEY WITH MORE THAN ONE

                                   FARE COMPONENT

                        (B)  THE FARE FOR ENTIRE FARE COMPONENT TRAVELED

                             IN A HIGHER CLASS OF SERVICE SHALL BE THE

                             APPLICABLE FARE FOR THE CLASS USED.

                        (C)  ALL FARES USED IN DIFFERENTIAL CALCULATIONS

                             WILL BE BASED ON QUALIFYING FARES.

                        (D)  THE FARE FOR MIXED CLASS TRAVEL WITHIN A FARE COMPONENT IS ASSESSED AS THE SUM OF THE THROUGH FARE IN THE LOWEST CLASS OF SERVICE USED TO ASSESS THE FARE AND, FOR EACH SECTOR TRAVELED IN A HIGHER CLASS OF SERVICE; THE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN THE LOWEST APPLICABLE FAREFOR THE LOWEST CLASS USED FOR THE SECTOR CONCERNED AND THE LOWEST APPLICABLE FARE FOR THE HIGHER CLASS USED FOR THE SAME SECTOR. THIS PROCESS WILL BE REFERRED TO AS

                             'DIFFERENTIAL'.

                        (E)  IF CONSECUTIVE SECTORS WITHIN THE FARE

                             COMPONENT ARE FLOWN IN THE HIGHER CLASS OF

                             SERVICE, THE DIFFERENTIAL MAY BE ASSESSED AS

                             THE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN THE APPLICABLE THROUGH FARE FOR THE LOWEST CLASS OF SERVICE USED AND  THE APPLICABLE THROUGH FARE FOR THE HIGHER CLASS OF SERVICE FOR THE SECTORS CONCERNED.

                        (F)  HPS MUST BE CHECKED WHEN CALCULATING

                             DIFFERENTIALS, HOWEVER THE BHC DOES NOT

                             APPLY.

                             NOTE:  MINIMUM CHECKS ARE NOT APPLICABLE WHEN CALCULATING A DIFFERENTIAL.

                        (G)  THE DIFFERENTIAL IS ASSESSED IN THE SAME

                             DIRECTION AS THE FARE USED FOR THE LOWEST

                             CLASS OF SERVICE.

                        (H)  WHEN HALF ROUND TRIP FARES ARE USED, THE

                             DIFFERENTIAL IS ASSESSED USING HALF ROUND

                             TRIP FARES.  WHEN ONE WAY FARES ARE USED, THE DIFFERENTIAL IS ASSESSED USING ONE WAY FARES.

                        (I)  SPECIAL FARES MAY NOT BE USED IN MIXED CLASS

                             DIFFERENTIAL CALCULATIONS.

                        (J)  THE ABOVE RULES MAY NOT BE USED TO CIRCUMVENT ANY STOPOVER OR TRANSFER RESTRICTIONS APPLICABLE TO THE THROUGH FARE FOR THE LOWEST CLASS OF SERVICE USED.

                        (K)  THE TOTAL FARE FOR A FARE COMPONENT ASSESSED

                             WITH A CLASS DIFFERENTIAL NEED NOT BE HIGHER

                             THAN:

                             (I)   THE THROUGH FARE FOR THE HIGHEST CLASS

                                   OF TRAVEL, OR

                            (II)   THE SUM OF FARES FOR SECTORS FLOWN IN

                                   DIFFERENT CLASSES OF SERVICE

                        (L)  FARE COMPONENT CHECKS (DMC, COM) WILL BE

                             APPLIED:

                             (I)    IN THE LOWEST CLASS USED OF A MIXED

                                    CLASS COMPONENT WHERE A DIFFERENTIAL

                                    HAS BEEN APPLIED

                            (II)    IN THE APPLICABLE CLASS USED FOR AN

                                    ENTIRE COMPONENT FLOWN IN A HIGHER

                                    CLASS

                        (M)  JOURNEY SUBJOURNEY CHECKS WHICH APPLY TO MORE THAN ONE FARE COMPONENT (CTM, COP, CPM, OSC, RSC) WILL BE APPLIED IN THE LOWEST CLASS OF SERVICE USED AND THE CLASS DIFFERENTIAL(S) AMOUNT(S) ADDED TO THE RESULTANT FARE FOR THE LOWEST CLASS OF SERVICE USED

                        (N)  WHERE TWO APPLICABLE SAME CLASS FARES EXIST

                             IN A MARKET, THE APPLICABLE FARE USED FOR THE THROUGH FARE COMPONENT AND ANY INTERMEDIATE FARES USED FOR HIP CHECK PURPOSES TO THE BREAKPOINT, IS ALSO THE SAME FARE USED IN CALCULATING THE DIFFERENTIAL, I.E. Y AND Y2 FARES EXIST IN A MARKET.  IF THE LOWER LEVEL Y2 FARE IS USED AS THE HIP CHECK FARE, IT MUST ALSO BE USED WHEN CALCULATING THE DIFFERENTIAL.

                        (O)  CLASS DIFFERENTIALS MAY NOT BE ASSESSED OVER

                             A FARE BEAK POINT.

                        (P)  (APPLICABLE BETWEEN AREA 1 AND AREA 2)  WHEN

                             THE TRANSATLANTIC SECTOR IS FLOWN IN

                             INTERMEDIATE CLASS AND OTHER SECTORS ARE IN

                             THE SAME CLASS OR A LOWER CLASS, THE

                             APPLICABLE THROUGH INTERMEDIATE CLASS FARE

                             SHALL BE APPLIED.  A DIFFERENTIAL BETWEEN

                             ECONOMY AND INTERMEDIATE CLASS IS NOT

                             PERMITTED.

                        (Q)  (APPLICABLE BETWEEN AREA 1 AND AREA 3 VIA THE ATLANTIC)  WHEN THE AREA 2-3 AND

                             TRANSATLANTIC SECTORS ARE FLOWN IN

                             INTERMEDIATE CLASS, THE APPLICABLE THROUGH

                             INTERMEDIATE CLASS FARE SHALL BE APPLIED.

                        (R)  (APPLICABLE FOR TRAVEL BETWEEN AREA 1 AND

                             EUROPE ONLY)  WHEN TRANSATLANTIC TRAVEL IS

                             FLOWN IN ECONOMY CLASS AND THE INTRA EUROPEAN SECTOR IS FLOWN IN INTERMEDIATE CLASS, THE THROUGH APPLICABLE INTERMEDIATE CLASS FARE APPLIES, UNLESS CHARGING SECTOR FARES FOR THE MIXED CLASS POINT(S) RESULTS IN A LOWER FARE.

                             A DIFFERENTIAL BETWEEN ECONOMY AND

                             INTERMEDIATE CLASS IS NOT PERMITTED.

                        (S)  (APPLICABLE VIA THE ATLANTIC-PACIFIC OCEANS

                             FOR TRAVEL BETWEEN EUROPE AND SOUTH WEST

                             PACIFIC)  WHEN THE SECTOR BETWEEN EUROPE AND

                             AREA 1 AND THE SECTOR BETWEEN AREA 1 AND THE

                             SOUTH WEST PACIFIC ARE FLOWN IN INTERMEDIATE

                             CLASS, THE APPLICABLE THROUGH INTERMEDIATE

                             CLASS FARE APPLIES.  A DIFFERENTIAL BETWEEN

                             ECONOMY AND INTERMEDIATE CLASS IS NOT

                             PERMITTED.

                        (T)  (APPLICABLE TO ATLANTIC-PACIFIC TRAVEL

                             BETWEEN EUROPE AND JAPAN/KOREA)  WHEN THE

                             SECTOR BETWEEN EUROPE AND AREA 1 IS IN

                             ECONOMY CLASS AND THE SECTOR BETWEEN AREA 1

                             AND JAPAN/KOREA IS IN INTERMEDIATE CLASS, THE APPLICABLE THROUGH INTERMEDIATE CLASS FARE APPLIES.  A DIFFERENTIAL BETWEEN ECONOMY AND INTERMEDIATE CLASS IS NOT PERMITTED.

                        (U)  (APPLICABLE TO ATLANTIC-PACIFIC TRAVEL

                             BETWEEN EUROPE AND SOUTH EAST ASIA) WHEN THE SECTOR BETWEEN THE LAST POINT OF DEPARTURE IN EUROPE AND THE FIRST POINT IN ARRIVAL IN AREA 3 ARE FLOWN IN INTERMEDIATE CLASS, THE

                             APPLICABLE INTERMEDIATE CLASS FARE APPLIES.

                             A DIFFERENTIAL BETWEEN ECONOMY AND

                             INTERMEDIATE CLASS IS NOT PERMITTED.

                   (2)  SURFACE SECTORS

                        (A)  APPLY THE THROUGH FARE OR THE SUM OF FARES

                             OVER THE SECTORS ACTUALLY FLOWN, WHICHEVER IS LOWER.

                        (B)  IN THE CASE OF NORMAL FARE TRAVEL, WHERE THE

                             MILEAGE FOR AN INTERNATIONAL SURFACE BREAK IS GREATER THAN THE TICKETED POINT MILEAGE OVER THE ROUTING TRAVELED FROM ORIGIN OF THE

                             JOURNEY UP TO THE POINT OF COMMENCEMENT OF

                             THE SURFACE BREAK WHEN NORMAL FARES ARE ON

                             BOTH SIDES OF THE SURFACE BREAK AND JOURNEYUP TO THE SURFACE BREAK MUST BE TICKETED

                             SEPARATELY.

                             EXAMPLE:  TRAVEL:  NYC-LON SURFACE

                                       BKK-PAR-LON-NYC

                                       TPMS      3458    5919    5860

 220 3458

                                       CONSTRUCTION COULD BE:

                                            NYC-LON   RT   1 PRICING UNIT

                                            BKK-PAR   OW   1 PRICING UNIT

                                            PAR-LON   OW   1 PRICING UNIT

 NOTWITHSTANDING SEPARATE PUS, THE TPM IS

                               UNDERTAKEN FROM NYC

                        (C)  THE SURFACE BREAK IS MEASURED USING TPMS.  IF NO TPM EXISTS FOR THE POINTS CONCERNED, THE SHORTEST OPERATED MILEAGE SHALL BE USED (I.E. MPM DIVIDED BY 1.20); PROVIDED THAT IN THE EVENT THERE IS NO SHORTEST OPERATED MILEAGE, THE TICKETED POINT MILEAGE SHALL BE ESTABLISHED BY A COMBINATION OF TPMS.

                        (D)  SURFACE BREAKS IN SECTION E.7. AND BETWEEN

                             CANADA AND THE USA MAY BE IGNORED.

                   (3)  HIGHER INTERMEDIATE POINT

                        (A)  NORMAL FARES

                             (I)    IF IN ANY ROUTING OTHERWISE

                                    PERMISSIBLE AT THE DIRECT ROUTE NORMAL FARE, THERE IS A DIRECT ROUTE NORMAL FARE(S) OF THE SAME CLASS OF SERVICE BETWEEN ANY TWO TICKETED POINTS WHICH IS HIGHER THAN THE DIRECT ROUTE NORMAL FARE BETWEEN THE FARE CONSTRUCTION POINTS, THE FARE SHALL NOT BE LESS THAN THE HIGHEST FARE REFERRED TO ABOVE (HIGHER INTERMEDIATE FARE). IN THE CASE OF FARES WHICH ARE ESTABLISHED BY SEASONALITY (INCLUDING BLACKOUT DATES), OR DAY OF WEEK OR

                                    FLIGHT APPLICATION, THE CHECK WILL BE

                                    BASED ON THE APPLICABLE FARE  (BY

                                    SEASONALITY INCLUDING BLACKOUTS, OR BY DATES, OR BY DAY OF WEEK OR BY FLIGHT APPLICATION).

                            (II)    IF IN ANY INDIRECT ROUTING OTHERWISE

                                    PERMISSABLE AT THE DIRECT ROUTE NORMAL FARE PLUS A PERCENTAGE, THERE IS A DIRECT ROUTE NORMAL FARE(S) OF THE SAME CLASS OF SERVICE BETWEEN THE FARE CONSTRUTION POINTS, THE FARE FOR THE INDIRECT ROUTE SHALL NOT BE LESS THAN THE HIGHEST FARE REFERRED TO ABOVE (HIGHER INTERMEDIATE FARE), AND THESURCHARGE PERCENTAGE APPLICABLE TO THE

                                    THROUGH FARE SHALL BE APPLIED TO SUCH

                                    HIGHER INTERMEDIATE FARE.

                           (III)    WHEN THERE IS NO DIRECT ROUTE FARE

                                    BETWEEN TWO TICKETED POINTS, A FARE

                                    MUST BE CONSTRUCTED OVER AN

                                    INTERMEDIATE TICKETED POINT IN ORDER

                                    TO APPLY THE PROVISIONS OF (I) AND

                                    (II) ABOVE.

                               NOTE:  THE CONSTRUCTED FARE IS CONSIDERED A 'DIRECT ROUTE FARE' AND MUST BE SHOWN ON

                               THE TICKET AS 'C/'.

                            (IV)    WHEN COMPARING NORMAL FARES OF THE

                                    'SAME CLASS OF SERVICE' IN ORDER TO

                                    DETERMINE IF THERE IS A HIGHER FARE,

                                    THE FOLLOWING SEQUENCE SHALL BE

                                    FOLLOWED:

                               (AA) SLEEPER SEAT FARE IS COMPARED WITH

                                    SLEEPER SEAT; IF NO SLEEPER SEAT FARE, COMPARE WITH FIRST CLASS FARE

                               (BB) FIRST CLASS FARE IS COMPARED WITH

                                    FIRST CLASS; IF NO FIRST CLASS FARE,

                                    COMPARE WITH INTERMEDIATE CLASS FARE

                                    (OR NEXT LOWER CLASS FARE)

                               (CC) INTERMEDIATE CLASS FARE IS COMPARED

                                    WITH INTERMEDIATE CLASS FARE; IF NO

                                    INTERMEDIATE CLASS FARE, COMPARE WITH

                                    ECONOMY CLASS FARE; PROVIDED THAT

                                    WHERE MORE THAN ONE ECONOMY CLASS FARE IS PUBLISHED, COMPARE WITH THE HIGHEST

                                    ECONOMY CLASS FARE.

                               (DD) ECONOMY CLASS FARE IS COMPARED WITH

                                    ECONOMY CLASS FARE

                        COLUMN 1                 COLUMN 2       COLUMN 3

                        LATE BOOKING FARE OR     GIT FARE OR   GROUP FARE

                                                                OR

                        APEX FARE OR             INDIVIDUAL IT OR

                                                 EXCURSION FARE

                        PEX FARE OR              EXCURSION FARE

                        EXCURSION FARE

                               (EE)IF THERE IS MORE THAN ONE SPECIAL FARE

                                    OF THE SAME TYPE ON THE SECTOR FOR

                                    WHICH THE HIGHER NORMAL FARE APPLIES,

                                    THE FARE WITH CONDITIONS MOST SIMILAR

                                    TO THOSE OF THE SPECIAL FARES FOR THE

                                    COMPONENT SHALL BE USED FOR THE

                                    COMPARISON.

                               (FF)ALL CONDITIONS ATTACHED TO THE SPECIALFARE FOR THE COMPONENT APPLY.

 

 

 

FLOW CHART (FOR SPECIAL FARES)

                        IS THERE ANY HIGHER NORMAL FARE FOR THE SAMECLASS OF SERVICE FROM: THE POINT OF ORIGIN TO ANY INTERMEDIATE TICKETED POINT, AND/OR ANY INTERMEDIATE TICKETED POINT TO THE DESTINATION?

 

NO                         YES      

 

                         APPLY THE SPECIAL              IS THERE A SPECIAL      

                         FARE FROM THE ORIGIN           FARE OF THE SAME TYPE      

                         TO THE DESTINATION             FOR THE SECTOR?      

 

 

 

                                   NO                         YES      

 

                         APPLY THE HIGHER               IS THIS FARE HIGHER      

                         INTERMEDIATE NORMAL            THAN THE SPECIAL FARE      

                         FARE AND SURCHARGE IF          BETWEEN THE ORIGIN      

                         NECESSARY.                     AND DESTINATION?      

 

 

 

                                   NO                          YES      

 

                         APPLY THE SPECIAL                RAISE THE FARE TO      

                         FARE FROM THE ORIGIN             SUCH HIGHER SPECIAL      

                         TO THE DESTINATION AND           FARE AND SURCHARGE IF      

                         SURCHARGE IF NECESSARY.          NECESSARY.     

 

                   (4)  ONE WAY BACKHAUL MINIMUM

                        (A)  THIS PARAGRAPH DOES NOT APPLY:

                              (I) FOR JOURNEYS WHOLLY WITHIN AREA 1

                             (II) FOR JOURNEYS WHOLLY BETWEEN ARGENTINA,

                                  BRAZIL, CHILE, PARAGUAY, URUGUAY AND

                                  AREA 2

                            (III) FOR PRICING UNITS WHOLLY WITHIN EUROPE

                        (B)  THIS PARAGRAPH APPLIES ONLY WHEN USING NORMAL OR SPECIAL ONE WAY FARES.

                        (C)  IF IN ANY FARE COMPONENT TRAVEL IS VIA A

                             HIGHER RATED INTERMEDIATE STOPOVER POINT, THE FARE FOR SUCH FARE COMPONENT SHALL BE THE HIGHER OF:

                              (I) THE APPLICABLE FARE BETWEEN THE FARE

                                  CONSTRUCTION POINTS, OR

                             (II) THE FARE FROM FARE COMPONENT ORIGIN TO

THE HIGHEST RATED INTERMEDIATE STOPOVER

                                  POINT PLUS THE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN SUCH

                                  FARE AND THE DIRECT ROUTE FARE BETWEEN

                                  THE FARE CONSTRUCTION POINTS.

                                  EXAMPLE:  A-B-C-D

                                  FARES:    A TO B         NUC   50

                                            A TO C              150

                                            A TO D              140

                                            B TO C              175

                                            B TO D              160

                                  FARE TO BE CHARGED IS:

                                            B TO C         NUC  175

                                  OR

                                            A TO C         NUC  150

                                            PLUS THE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN

                                            A TO C AND A TO D    10

                                                      TOTAL NUC 160

                                            WHICHEVER IS HIGHER

                        (D)  THE ONE WAY BACKHAUL CHECK NEED NOT BE

                             APPLIED FOR POINTS WHICH HAVE BEEN EXCLUDED

                             AS STATED IN SECTION 3 (HIPS) ABOVE.

              (5)  DIRECTIONAL MINIMUM FARE CHECK (DMC)

                        THE FOLLOWING ADDITIONAL RULES WILL APPLY.

                        (A)  NORMAL FARES

                             (I)  ONE WAY FARES:  THE FARE TO BE CHARGED

                                  SHALL NOT BE LESS THAN THE DIRECT ROUTE

                                  ONE WAY FARE FOR THE HIGHEST RATED PAIR

                                  OF POINTS APPLICABLE IN EITHER DIRECTION FOR THE CLASS OF SERVICE USED BETWEEN ANY TICKETED POINTS WITHIN THE FARE COMPONENT.

                            (II)  NORMAL OPEN JAW FARES:  THE FARE TO BE

                                  CHARGED SHALL NOT BE LESS THAN THE

                                  DIRECT ROUTE HALF ROUND TRIP FARE FOR

                                  THE HIGHEST RATED PAIR OF POINTS

                                  APPLICABLE IN EITHER DIRECTION FOR THE

                                  CLASS OF SERVICE USED BETWEEN ANY

                                  TICKETED POINTS WITHIN EACH FARE

                                  COMPONENT.

                           (III)  WHERE MORE THAN ONE NORMAL FARE IS

                                  PUBLISHED FOR THE CARRIER AND THE CLASS

                                  OF SERVICE USED, THE LOWER/LOWEST LEVEL

                                  MAY BE USED.

                        (B)  SPECIAL ONE WAY FARES

                             (I)  ONLY ONE FARE COMPONENT:  THE FARE TO BE CHARGED SHALL NOT BE LESS THAN THE HIGHEST ONE WAY DIRECT ROUTE FARE OF THE SAME TYPE IN EITHER DIRECTION BETWEEN ANY TICKETED POINTS WITHIN THE FARECOMPONENT. IN THE ABSENCE OF A FARE OF THE SAME TYPE, THE NEXT HIGHER ONE WAY FARE SHALL BE USED.

                            (II)  MORE THAN ONE FARE COMPONENT: THE RULE

                                  IN (B)(I) ABOVE SHALL APPLY TO EACH FARE COMPONENT.

                           (III)  FARE OF THE SAME TYPE WILL BE AS DEFINED IN SECTION (3)(B)(II)(DD).

                        (C)  APPLICABLE FARES

                             THE FARES TO BE USED SHALL BE THOSE

                             APPLICABLE ON THE DATE OF COMMENCEMENT OF THE OUTBOUND TRANSPORTATION OR IN THE CASE OF SEASONAL FARES, THOSE APPLICABLE ON THE DATE WHICH DETERMINES THE SEASONAL LEVEL TO BE USED.  THIS WILL APPLY IN EACH COMPONENT.

                        (D)  EXCEPTIONS

                             THE PROVISIONS IN SUBPARAGRAPHS (A)(B)AND (C) ABOVE WILL NOT APPLY:

                             (I)  FOR TRANSPORTATION WHOLLY WITHIN AREA 1

                            (II)  FOR SALES MADE IN AREA 1 FOR

                                  TRANSPORTATION COMMENCING IN <AREA 1

                           (III)  FOR SALES MADE IN CANADA, USA/US

                                  TERRITORIES FOR TRANSPORTATION TO

                                  CANADA, USA/US TERRITORIES.

                            (IV)  WHEN TRAVEL ORIGINATES IN BENIN, BURKINAFASO, CAMEROON, CENTRAL AFRICAN

                                  REPUBLIC, CHAD, CONGO (BRAZZAVILLE),

                                  EQUATORIAL GUINEA, GABON, IVORY COAST,

                                  MALI, NIGER, SENEGAL OR TOGO AND IS SOLD IN THESE COUNTRIES.

                             (V)  FOR SALES MADE IN EC MEMBER STATES FOR

                                  TRAVEL WHOLLY WITHIN THE EUROPE SUB-AREA WHEN ALL FARE CONSTRUCTION POINTS ARE IN EC MEMBER STATES.

              (G)  CONSTRUCTION RULES FOR PRICING UNITS

                   (1)  ROUND TRIP FARES

                        (A)  UNLESS OTHERWISE SPECIFIED, THE FARE FOR A

                             ROUND TRIP WILL BE TWICE THE OUTBOUND ONE WAY FARE.

                        (B)  THE REFERENCE TO TWO FARE COMPONENTS ONLY,

                             FOUND IN DEFINITIONS, DOES NOT PROHIBIT FARES FOR END-ON COMBINATION OR SIDE TRIPS PAID FOR SEPARATELY, BEING SHOWN ON THE SAME TICKET.

                        (C)  ROUND TRIP FARES ARE COMBINABLE WITH OTHER

                             ROUND TRIP FARES.

                   (2)  CIRCLE TRIP FARES

                        (A)  THE FARE FOR A CIRCLE TRIP SHALL BE THE

                             LOWEST COMBINATION OF HALF ROUND TRIPS IN THE DIRECTION OF TRAVEL, BEGINNING THE CALCULATION FROM THE POINT OF UNIT ORIGIN OF

                             THE TRIP; PROVIDED THAT FOR ANY FARE

                             COMPONENT WHICH TERMINATES IN THE COUNTRY OF

                             UNIT ORIGIN, THE FARE APPLICABLE TO SUCH FARE COMPONENT FROM THE COUNTRY OF UNIT ORIGIN SHALL BE USED.

                        (B)  CIRCLE TRIP MINIMUM (CTM)

                             (I)  (NOT APPLICABLE FOR TRAVEL COMMENCING IN AUSTRALIA/NEW ZEALAND OTHER THAN WITHIN AREA 3:  THE FARE FOR A CIRCLE TRIP (EXCLUDING ANY SIDE TRIP WHICH HAS BEEN CHARGED AS A SEPARATE PRICING UNIT) SHALL NOT BE LESS THAN THE DIRECT ROUTE NORMAL OR SPECIAL ROUND TRIP FARE, THE HIGHEST RATED PAIR OF POINTS APPLICABLE TO THE CLASS OF SERVICE USED FROM THE POINT OF UNIT ORIGIN TO ANY STOPOVER POINT ON THE ROUTE OF TRAVEL.

                            (II)  (APPLICABLE FOR TRAVEL COMMENCING IN

                                  AUSTRALIA/NEW ZEALAND OTHER THAN WITHIN

                                  AREA 3.  THE FARE FOR A CIRCLE TRIP

                                  (EXCLUDING ANY SIDE TRIP WHICH HAS BEEN

                                  CHARGED AS A SEPARATE PRICING UNIT)

                                  SHALL NOT BE LESS THAN THE DIRECT ROUTE

                                  NORMAL OR SPECIAL ROUND TRIP FARE, FOR

                                  THE HIGHEST RATES PAIR OF POINTS

                                  APPLICABLE TO THE CLASS OF SERVICE USED

                                  FROM THE POINT OF UNIT ORIGIN TO ANY

                                  TICKETED POINT ON THE ROUTE OF TRAVEL.

                           (III)  WHERE MORE THAN ONE NORMAL FARE IS

                                  PUBLISHED FOR THE CARRIER AND THE CLASS

                                  OF SERVICE USED, THE LOWER/LOWEST LEVEL

                                  MAY BE USED.

                            (IV)  WHEN THERE ARE ROUND TRIP FARES FROM THE POINT OF UNIT ORIGIN TO ANY STOPOVERPOINT, WHICH DIFFER ACCORDING TO CARRIER(S) USED OUTBOUND AND INBOUND THE FARE TO BE USED FOR THE CHECK SHALL BE THE LOWER OF SUCH ROUND TRIP FARES.

                             (V)  WHEN CHECKING THE CIRCLE TRIP MINIMUM

                                  FARE WHEN SPECIAL FARES ARE USED, THE

                                  COMPARISON IS THE SAME AS PROVIDED IN

                                  (3)(B)(II)(DD); PROVIDED THAT WHEN NO

                                  SPECIAL DIRECT ROUND TRIP FARE IS

                                  AVAILABLE FROM THE POINT OF UNIT ORIGIN

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