7 Responses

  1. Gene
    Gene at |

    This is great news. Are you actually going to travel to RGN? I had to pass on this one…

  2. Kris Ziel
    Kris Ziel at |

    The airline should have every right to cancel tickets booked on mistake fares. Not that they should cancel it, but the contract of carriage typically grants them the right, as it should.

  3. Scott
    Scott at |

    They’ve probably worked something out with the Burmese government to not allow visa’s to anyone on these tickets and then split the profit on them 50/50 ๐Ÿ™‚

  4. Dee Tee
    Dee Tee at |

    I hate to be the grammar police but am sure you mean steep not step.

  5. Craig
    Craig at |

    @Kris Ziel

    Have to disagree, at least in the US – if a company advertises a price for a product, they are legally required to honour it. Now they can pull the price the moment they find out about the error, which is fair, but until they do, too bad, that’s the law. And if a provision in the Contract of Carriage is illegal, it’s void.

    I understand this creates exposure to losses with the delays involved in loading a new fare into the GDS systems, but again, too bad…if your employees do their job badly, you pay the price.

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