|Quoting BuyantUkhaa (Thread starter):|
The airline considers the fine unjust and has announced it will appeal against the ruling. "If this becomes the normal way for things to go, all airlines will be bankrupt within a month", according to the spokesman.
|Quoting Bennett123 (Reply 2):|
Please show me an airline that never loses suitcases and I will show you one that does'nt fly much.
|Quoting PanHAM (Reply 9):|
The Philippines have signed and ratified the Warsaw and Chicago conventions, they would not be able to collect the money from this ruling in the Netherlands
|Quoting RichardPrice (Reply 6):|
Until the airlines start being hurt because of it they wont start caring, they wont do anything until the cost of a loss is higher than the cost of applying a little more care and attention.
|Quoting Stargoldlhr (Reply 3):|
About 4 years ago I was waiting on the roof at AMS watching from their gallery before my flight.
I saw a baggage train drive past when one suitcase fell out and opened.
For about 15 minutes it was there, one car drove over the contents which started blowing about on the road