Overseas eyes on Oz case

Longman, Louise
January 2007
Travel Weekly Australia;1/26/2007, Issue 34, p2
Trade Publication
The article reports on the increased interest of international agency bodies on the class action suit against airlines, led by lawyer Steven Lewis. They were offering support and searching for information on the case to see if a similar situation is happening in their own countries. According to Lewis, commissions have been abolished in some countries and sometimes they do not operate with the same Passenger Sales Agency Agreement.


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