Dispute over Amex card charges settled

April 2004
Travel Trade Gazette UK & Ireland;4/12/2004, Issue 2609, p3
Trade Publication
Reports on the completion of an out-of-court settlement between British Airways and American Express regarding the issue over card charges. Agreement by the airline to accept Amex cards while maintaining its policy of non-acceptance of any credit cards for corporate fares in Great Britain; Accord for the withdrawal of legal claims to avoid a costly court battle; Claim by BA on its intention to promote transparency.


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