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By Kevin Brass

7/7/2003

Within hours of signing a settlement agreement with Lufthansa Airlines, Jeanine Flaugher, one of the lead plaintiffs in the class-action agent suit against 17 airlines, changed her mind about the deal.

By Anne Banas, Smarter Living Staff -- USA Today
February 2003

Changes for Checked Luggage
 

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 Posted: December 27, 2002 at 5:47 p.m.

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November 13, 2002

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Airlines: Get Out Of The Gray Area
Enhanced SyStems Target Back-To-Back, Hidden Ticketing Practices

By SARAH WELT

OCTOBER 11, 1999



Enhanced SyStems Target Back-To-Back, Hidden Ticketing Practices

By SARAH WELT

OCTOBER 11, 1999

SEPTEMBER 20, 1999 -- Last month, Travel Agent Arbiter William McGee ruled in favor of a small Los Angeles-based travel agency to relieve it of liability to the Airlines Reporting Corp. for tickets stolen in 1997. The decision came as the result of a request for reconsideration by Pedroza Travel after the arbiter first ruled in favor of ARC on April 29.

SEPTEMBER 20, 1999 -- Last month, Travel Agent Arbiter William McGee ruled in favor of a small Los Angeles-based travel agency to relieve it of liability to the Airlines Reporting Corp. for tickets stolen in 1997. The decision came as the result of a request for reconsideration by Pedroza Travel after the arbiter first ruled in favor of ARC on April 29.

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