Airline Liability for Loss, Damage, or Delay of Passenger Baggage

Posted: 7 Aug 2007

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M. R. Franks

Southern University Law Center

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Abstract

The article discusses remedies and methods of enforcing airline liability for loss, damage or delay of passenger baggage. The article includes a discussion of the law as it relates both to domestic flights and to international flights where passenger luggage is lost, damaged or delayed. The article includes a discussion of the Warsaw Convention as it relates to international flights and of the Federal Aviation Regulations applicable in the case of domestic flights.

Keywords: Airline, air carrier, liability, luggage, baggage, delay, damage, lost, loss, Warsaw, Warsaw Convention, aviation, passenger, passengers, property, rights, remedy, remedies, delayed, damaged

JEL Classification: K20, K13, K19, K34, K40, K41, K49, L93, L90, L91

Suggested Citation

Franks, M. R., Airline Liability for Loss, Damage, or Delay of Passenger Baggage. Fordham Journal of Corporate and Financial Law, Vol. 12, 2007, Available at SSRN: https://ssrn.com/abstract=963169

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