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Below you will find tigerair’s conditions of carriage. Please use the navigation below to jump to a specific section if required
In these Conditions (where not inconsistent with the context):
Article 2: Applicability subject to overriding Law
2.1 The Booking and the contract for carriage between us and you is subject to these Conditions and any applicable Convention or Law. These Conditions apply except to the extent of any inconsistencies with any applicable Convention or Law, in which event such convention or laws will prevail to the extent of the inconsistency.
2.2 If any provision of these Conditions is void, illegal, invalid or unenforceable, the Conditions will be read down to the extent necessary to ensure they are not void, illegal, invalid or unenforceable.
2.3 These Conditions also apply to our employees, agents and representatives, all other carriers used by us to carry you and those carriers’ employees, agents and representatives.
2.4 You have certain rights under the Australian Consumer Law. These include consumer guarantees that the services we provide to you will be carried out by us with due care and skill, will be fit for the purpose we disclose and will be supplied within a reasonable time. Where we fail to provide services to you in accordance with these consumer guarantees or otherwise in accordance with these Conditions of Carriage or your Fare Conditions, then you may have a right to seek a remedy from us in accordance with our Policies and any applicable Law, including the Australian Consumer Law.
2.5. Our Policies set out the assistance and compensation we will provide to you in the event of certain flight disruptions or cancellations. You may also additional rights to compensation under the Australian Consumer Law or other applicable Laws.
2.6 These Conditions do not exclude or limit the consumer guarantees or any other statutory rights that you may have under applicable Laws (including the Australian Consumer Law and the Civil Aviation (Carriers' Liability) Act 1959 (Cth)).
2.7 You must comply with all applicable Laws, regulations, orders and notifications in force relating to air transport and all conditions and instructions issued by us.
2.8 Carriage By Air
Article 3 - Before Your Flight
3.1 Your Health
3.2 Passports, Visas and Authorisations – International Travel
3.3 Adequate Travel Insurance Protection
Travel may involve many risks to a passenger’s health and safety and possible exposer to liability. Tigerair Australia’s liability to passengers is limited therefore it is recommended passengers take out adequate travel insurance to cover themselves in such circumstances
Article 4: Validity
A Booking is valid only for provision of the transport and services in respect of which it is accepted by The Booking is only valid for the Passenger(s) named and the flight(s) specified in the Flight Confirmation subject to any subsequent changes in accordance with these Conditions. Subject to your rights under any applicable Law (including the Australian Consumer Law), a Booking expires if the passenger has not travelled by the date of departure and will not be refunded . A Booking may be changed prior to the date of travel, in accordance with these Conditions and any relevant Policies, and is subject to payment of any applicable charges and fare difference as set out on the Website.
Article 5: Marketing and Promotional Material
Article 6: Fares
6.1 Fares Correct At Time Of Publication
All fares, flight schedules and routes published are correct at the time of publication. We reserve the right to revise our fares and flight schedules at any time without prior notice.
6.2 What Is Included In Your Fare
Your fare covers only carriage from the airport at the point of origin to the airport at the point of destination. It does not cover ground transport services between airports and between airports and town terminals unless specifically stated by us. Unless specified at the time of making a Booking, your fare does not include meals, refreshments ,checked baggage or any other travel extras. We may charge for these services along with a reasonable administration fee. Unless we state otherwise at the time of making a Booking, we are not responsible to you for your failure to meet any connecting flights, whether on us or any other airline. Fares will be calculated in accordance with our Tariff in effect on the date of payment for the Booking for the flight or flights concerned. Any approved flight change may be subject to additional charges, as specified in these Conditions or on our Website.
An infant under the age of two (2) years on the date of travel may fly at the prevailing fee per Sector provided the infant is carried on an adult's lap. Only one (1) infant is allowed per adult. No baby seats or perambulators are allowed in the cabin of the aircraft. A child aged two (2) or over will require a separate Booking and Seat like any other Passenger. No infant less than seven (7) Days old will be accepted for carriage. Carriage of infants is subject to the conditions outlined on the Website.
6.4 Taxes, Fees And Other Charges
The price of the travel the subject of the Booking may include taxes, imposts or fees which are imposed by governments or other authorities in relation to air transportation. You may be required to pay taxes, imposts or fees which have not already been collected.
Fares and charges are payable in the currency stated with our published fares unless otherwise specifically agreed by us.
Article 7: Booking of Seats / Reservations
7.1 Reservation Requirements
Fares must be paid in full when a Booking is made. If for any reason whatsoever the fare has not been paid in full when a Booking is confirmed, we reserve the right to cancel the Booking at any time prior to check-in and/or to disallow you to board the aircraft. Your Booking is valid only after full payment of the fare is made and after we issue you an Flight Confirmation. Once confirmed, except as provided in these Conditions and under the Australian Consumer Law, the Booking cannot be cancelled and payments made are not refundable. You may be required to produce any credit card used in making a Booking. Reservations for passengers travelling in groups of ten (10) or more are subject to the instructions for carriage of groups which are set out on the Website.
7.2 Fare Conditions. The Fare Conditions are set out on our website and include information about the flexibility of your fare and will state how restrictive your Fare is, whether or not the Fare can be changed and restrictions on refundability of your in circumstances other than when you may be entitled to a refund under the Australian Consumer Law. You should carefully consider the Fare Conditions, your requirements and your insurance cover before you pay for your Booking.
7.3 Personal Information
We are required to collect your personal information in order to process your Booking and to communicate with you about your Booking. If we cannot collect from you the minimum amount of personal information required to complete your Booking, we will not be able to process your Booking, and a contract of carriage is not formed with us.
You may have requested to be placed in a certain Seat and/or cabin area during the booking process, through an agent or through our Customer Contact Centre. We may charge you a fee for these services. We will endeavour to accommodate your Seat request. However, we do not guarantee you any particular Seat. We may change your Seat at any time, even after you have boarded the aircraft for any reason, including for safety or operational reasons. You agree to accept any Seat that is made available to you on-board the aircraft by our flight crew. No smoking is permitted on any of our flights.
Article 8: Check-in and Boarding
8.1 Check-in Deadlines And Conditions
In order to check-in for a flight, you must check-in before the Check-in Deadline and follow the instructions for airport or web check-in, which are set out in our Website. Check-in for Domestic Flights closes strictly 45 minutes prior to the departure of your scheduled flight time regardless of whether you are travelling with or without Checked Baggage. Tigerair Australia reserves the right in any event, not to accept you for travel if you arrive at our airport check-in counter less than 45 minutes before the scheduled departure time of your flight ('Check-in Deadline'). It is your responsibility to ensure that you comply with these deadlines and instructions. You will not be able to check-in after the Check-in Deadline and you will not be able to check-in at the boarding gate. If you arrive late we will not hold the flight for you. Subject to your rights under the Australian Consumer Law, you will not be entitled to a refund if you fail to check-in on time. You are required to keep any documents we give you at check-in (such as your boarding pass and checked baggage receipt) until you complete your flight. You must allow us to make copies of these documents for security requirements and as required by law.
In order to check-in for an International Flight, you must check-in before the check-in deadline (as set out on your Flight Confirmation or on our Website) and follow the instructions for check-in, which are set out in our Website. Check-in for International Flights closes strictly 60 minutes prior to the departure of your scheduled flight time regardless of whether you are travelling with or without Checked Baggage. Tigerair Australia reserves the right in any event, not to accept you for travel if you arrive at our airport check-in counter less than 60 minutes before the scheduled departure time of your flight ('Check-in Deadline'). It is mandatory you bring with you a valid passport with minimum six (6) months validity, your Flight Confirmation/electronic ticket, and all necessary travel documentation for your Destination and your stopovers. It is your responsibility to ensure that you comply with these deadlines and instructions. You will not be able to check-in after the Check-in Deadline and you will not be able to check-in at the boarding gate. If you arrive late we will not hold the flight for you. Subject to your rights under the Australian Consumer Law, you will not be entitled to a refund if you fail to check-in on time You are required to keep any documents we give you at check-in (such as your boarding pass and checked baggage receipt) until you complete your flight with us. You must allow us to make copies of these documents for security requirements and as required by Law.
8.2 Identity Requirements For Boarding
Whether you use web check-in or check-in at the airport, you may be required to present certain information relating to your flight and identity before you will be allowed to board. This must include the Flight Confirmation for the flight and acceptable forms of identification. For Domestic flights this needs to be a current form of identification and for International Flights it needs to be a valid passport with the required validity period of six (6) months. See our Website for further information. For infants not requiring their own seat, proof of age (under 2 years) may be required, such as birth certificate for Domestic Flights or a passport for International Flights. Infants not requiring their own Seat may be refused carriage or required to purchase a Seat if satisfactory proof of age (under 2 years) is not provided.
You must arrive at the boarding gate (after checking in) no later than thirty (30) minutes prior to the scheduled departure time of your Domestic Flight or as otherwise stated on your Flight Confirmation or as advised to you at check-in Boarding closes ten (10) minutes prior to departure. Subject to your rights under the Australian Consumer Law, passengers arriving late at the boarding gate will not be accepted for travel, their bags will be offloaded and no refund given. For travel on a later flight, you will be required to make a new booking at the applicable fare.
You must complete all departure formalities (such as clearing Immigration) after checking in and arrive at the boarding no later than forty (40) minutes prior to the scheduled departure time of your International Flight or as otherwise stated on your Flight Confirmation or as advised to you at check-in. Boarding closes fifteen (15) minutes prior to departure. Subject to your rights under the Australian Consumer Law, passengers arriving late at the boarding gate will not be accepted for travel, their bags will be offloaded and no refund given. For travel on a later flight, you will be required to make a new booking at the applicable fare.
8.4 Compliance, Security Inspections
You are solely responsible for complying with all Laws, regulations, orders, demands and requirements of any country, state or territory on any part of your journey and with these Conditions, notices and instructions given by us relating thereto. You shall submit to any security or health checks by government or airport officials or by us. We shall not be liable in any way whatsoever to you in connection with obtaining necessary documents or complying with such Laws, regulations, orders, demands, notices, requirements or instructions, whether given orally or in writing or otherwise, or for the consequences to you resulting from your failure to obtain such documents or to comply with such Laws, regulations, orders, demands, notices, requirements or instructions.
8.5 Travel Documents
You are solely responsible for obtaining and must possess and have available for presentation as required by us or the relevant authorities all entry and exit, health and other documents required by Law, regulations, order, demands or requirements of any country, state or territory on any part of your journey, including stopover or connecting points. All passengers travelling on International Flights must possess valid passports with at least six (6) months' validity (or longer, depending on your destination country) and the applicable valid visas. Passengers should also possess a return or an onward journey ticket if required by law. We reserve the right to refuse carriage to any Passenger who has not complied with, or whose documents do not appear to comply with, such applicable Laws, regulations, orders, demands or requirements. Further details of the requirements are set out on our Website.
8.6 Refusal Of Entry, Fines, Detention Costs, etc
You agree to pay the applicable fare, penalties and fines whenever we, on order of any government or immigration authority, are required to return you to your point of origin or elsewhere, owing to your inadmissibility into any country, state or territory on any part of your journey. We will not provide you with a refund for your Booking, and may offset any unused sectors on your Booking to offset any repatriation costs or fines incurred by us as a result of your refusal of entry or deportation.
If we are required to pay or deposit any fine or penalty or to incur any expenditure by reason of your inadmissibility into or your failure to comply with any Laws, regulations, orders, demands or other requirements of any country, state or territory on any part of your journey, you shall on demand reimburse us any amount so paid or expenditure so incurred or to be paid. We may apply towards such payment or expenditure the value of any carriage unused by you, or any funds due to you in our possession.
8.7 Dress standards.
Tigerair Australia has a minimum dress requirement when you are travelling with us. You must wear:
Please note if the clothing you are wearing displays offensive language or symbols you, will not be permitted on our flights.
If you do not meet our minimum dress requirements you will be denied travel until you are dressed appropriately.
Article 9: Flight Combinations, Codeshare and Interline
9.1 Flight Combinations
Tigerair Australia may offer two or more flight Sectors for sale in the same Booking. All Passengers travelling on a Journey of more than one Sector must clear customs and immigration, where applicable, and have reclaimed any Checked Baggage before checking in for their onward flight. A minimum of three hours must be allowed in order to complete such arrival and check-in formalities. Passengers are not allowed a stopover of more than 24 hours.
9.2 Missed Connections
Subject to the provisions of these Conditions and your rights under any applicable Laws (including the Australian Consumer Law), Tigerair Australia shall not be liable in any way whatsoever for any Loss incurred by a Passenger as a result of a missed connection, howsoever caused.
On some routes Tigerair Australia may offer services together with other airlines, placing Tigerair Australia’s Airline Designator Code (TT) on flights operated by other airlines under codeshare agreements. This means that even if you have made a Booking with us for a Tigerair Australia flight showing 'TT’ as the Airline Designator Code, you may travel on another airline’s aircraft.
We will notify you if a service is a Codeshare Service (by specifying this on our Website or on your Flight Confirmation).Subject to the provisions of this Article 9.3, these Conditions apply to Codeshare Services. The operating carrier of each Codeshare Service is our agent for the purpose of exercising our rights under these Conditions if it is not possible for us to exercise our rights directly.
Codeshare Services are operated by different carriers and different types of aircraft (for example, single-aisle jets). Accordingly, services and facilities offered by us on our own aircraft (such as cabin classes, in-flight entertainment and services for passengers with special needs) may not be available on all Codeshare Services. Different or additional rules may apply to Baggage on Codeshare Services. You should refer to the operating carrier’s website, our Website (if applicable) for further information.
At times you may also travel on services which we sell but which are operated by other carriers under those carriers’ flight numbers and Airline Designator Codes. If we issue you an Flight Confirmation or a Ticket for carriage on another carrier’s flight and Airline Designator Code, we do so only as agent for that carrier, and that carrier’s conditions of carriage will apply. The operator's conditions of carriage may significantly limit or exclude liability. You should refer to the operating carrier’s website for further information.
Article 10: Refusal And Limitation Of Carriage
10.1 Right To Refuse Carriage
We may refuse carriage of you or your Baggage if any of the following circumstances apply or we reasonably believe will apply:
You may be refused entry, be requested to leave the aircraft or other means of transport or be physically restrained or removed and we are not liable for any Loss which you incur as a result of any of the circumstances referred to above. We may also cancel any future flights you have with us on your Flight Confirmation.
10.2 Unaccompanied Child
Subject to the instructions and conditions set out on our Website, a Child below the age of twelve (12) will not be accepted for carriage unless they are accompanied by an adult passenger aged fifteen (15) or above, who will take full responsibility for the Child. A Child aged twelve (12) to fourteen (14) inclusive may be accepted for unaccompanied carriage. Parents and guardians must remain at the airport until the departure of the flight. Persons aged fifteen (15) or over may travel unaccompanied.
10.3 Passengers With Reduced Mobility And Requiring Special Assistance
We are not able to provide supervision for those Passengers who cannot travel alone. We are able to provide limited assistance, as set out in our Special Assistance Policy. On any flight, Tigerair Australia can carry only a maximum of two (2) Passengers with Reduced Mobility who require special assistance at the airport or on board. We must be notified of the condition/requirements at least five (5) Days before the scheduled departure. Failure to notify us in advance will result in the service being unavailable on your arrival at the airport and you being refused carriage. There may be a fee charged for some services. The services may not be available on all routes due to local airport limitations.
10.4 Visually Impaired Passengers
Such Passengers are permitted for carriage subject to the terms of our Special Assistance Policy.
10.5 Pregnant Passengers
If you are 28 weeks pregnant or more, you will be required to carry a letter from your doctor or midwife, dated no more than 10 days prior to travel, outlining the estimated due date, whether you are a single or multiple pregnancy, the absence of complications, and your fitness to fly for the duration of the flight(s) booked. If you do not provide a letter satisfactory to us, we may refuse to carry you on our flights. Pregnant passengers are unacceptable for travel on flights less than 4 hours from the beginning of 41 weeks for a single pregnancy or from the beginning of the 37th week for a multiple pregnancy. On flights greater than 4 hours pregnant passengers will not be accepted for travel from the beginning of the 37th week for a single pregnancy or from the beginning of the 33rd week for a multiple pregnancy. Some countries may place restrictions on the entry of non-citizen pregnant women. Passengers are responsible for checking with the relevant authorities to confirm if there are any such restrictions prior to travel.
Article 11: Baggage
11.1 Baggage Allowances
You may carry a limited amount of Cabin Baggage with you onto the aircraft free of charge, provided it complies with these Conditions and the size and weight rules set out on our Website. Infants not occupying a Seat do not have a baggage allowance. Pram, wheelchairs, scooters and walking frames are checked in free of charge. Other than Cabin Baggage, there is no free allowance and the carriage of any Checked Baggage (including Sporting Equipment which must be carried as Checked Baggage) is subject to these Conditions and the allowances, restrictions and payment of charges as set out on our Website. You should purchase an appropriate allowance for your Checked Baggage at the time of booking. Any Checked Baggage in excess of this pre-purchased amount, any single item of Checked Baggage in excess of thirty (30) kg (or in the case of Sporting Equipment carried as Checked Baggage, any single item in excess of twenty (20) kg) or any Baggage presented at check-in for which no allowance has been pre-purchased is carried at our discretion and subject to space availability and the payment of the prevailing excess baggage fee.
11.2 Items Unacceptable As Baggage Or To Be Carried Inside Baggage
We reserve the right to refuse carriage of such Baggage or such items found in Baggage as follows:
We reserve the right to refuse to allow you to carry on board baggage which exceeds our published weight and size restrictions or other requirements. Should we refuse to allow you to carry such an item on board, it will be offloaded and either not carried or carried as Checked Baggage. If any items referred to in any part of this clause are carried, whether or not they are prohibited from carriage as Baggage, the carriage thereof shall be subject to the charges, limitations of liability and other provisions of these Conditions applicable to the carriage of Baggage.
11.3 Items That May Be Carried As Or Inside Baggage
Certain items, including dry or non-perishable food, may be permitted for carriage, subject at all times to compliance to the rules and instructions on the Website, along with the payment of any applicable fees. Note: Tigerair Australia does not permit the carriage of fresh or frozen seafood and/or meat.
11.4 Valuable And Fragile Goods
Valuable or fragile items such as money, jewellery, precious metals, silverware, electronic devices, computers, cameras, video equipment, mobile phones, negotiable papers, securities or other valuables, passports and other identification documents, title deeds, artifacts, manuscripts and the like, should not be carried in Checked Baggage. If such items are included in Checked Baggage, you agree you send for carriage such items at your own risk. Our liability to you for damage or Loss to your Checked Baggage is limited (see Article 14) and we will use all available defences against any claim arising from the carriage of items as set out in this clause.
11.5 Right To Search
For reasons of safety and security, we may require you to undergo a search, x-ray or other type of scan on your person or your Baggage by us, government or airport officials. You must attend with your Baggage if required and we reserve the right to search your Baggage in your absence. Subject to your rights under any applicable Conventions or Laws (including the Australian Consumer Law), if you fail to comply with such searches or scans, we reserve the right to refuse carriage of you and your Baggage without refund of fare to you and without any other liability to you. In the event that a search or scan causes injury to you or damage to your Baggage, we shall not be liable for such injury or damage unless the same is due to our negligence.
11.6 Checked Baggage
Baggage may be checked in prior to the scheduled departure of a flight at such times and according to the instructions set out on the Website. Upon delivery to us of Baggage to be checked, we shall take custody thereof and issue a Baggage Identification Tag for each piece of Checked Baggage. Checked Baggage must have your name or other personal identification affixed securely to it. We may carry your Checked Baggage on another flight than you for safety, security or operational reasons. If your Checked Baggage is carried on a subsequent flight we will deliver same to you within a reasonable time of arrival of that flight unless applicable Law requires you to be present for customs clearance or requires delivery within a specific time.
11.7 Collection And Delivery Of Baggage
You shall collect your Baggage as soon as it is available for collection at your destination. If you do not collect it within a reasonable time and the Baggage needs to be stored, we may charge a storage fee. If Checked Baggage is not claimed within 14 Days of the time it was made available to you, we may dispose of it without any liability to you.
Only the bearer of the Baggage Identification Tag delivered to the Passenger at the time the Baggage was checked is entitled to delivery of Baggage. If we have Baggage you claim is yours but you are unable to produce a Baggage Identification Tag, we will deliver the Baggage only if you establish to our satisfaction your right to the Baggage and if required by us furnish adequate security to indemnify us for any Loss, damage or expense which may be incurred by us as a result of such delivery.
Acceptance of Baggage by the bearer of the Baggage Identification Tag without complaint at the time of delivery is reasonable evidence that the Baggage has been delivered in good condition and in accordance with the contract of carriage between us unless you prove otherwise.
Article 12: Schedules Changes and Disruptions
12.1 We will use all reasonable endeavours to provide to you the mode of transport or services the subject of the Booking but, in circumstances beyond our control, we may without notice substitute other means of transport or service. These Conditions apply to any such substituted transport or services and, subject to your rights under any applicable Laws (including the Australian Consumer Law) as referred to in Article 2.4, we will not be liable for any Loss you may incur as a result of any such substitution. In addition, we operate a number of different aircraft types with unique equipment, interior layout and service offerings and do not guarantee that you will travel on a particular aircraft type or will be able to utilise in-flight entertainment systems.
12.2 If you are landed at a destination other than that specified in the Booking, we will make all reasonable endeavours to take you to the specified destination but we do not have any obligation to you in relation to the time this will take nor the means of transport that will be used.
12.3 When you make a Booking, we or an Authorised Agent will tell you the scheduled time of your flights. These times will also be noted on your Itinerary and may be noted on your booking. If we change the time of your flight, we will make reasonable attempts to contact you or your Authorised Agent, using the contact details you have provided us. We do not guarantee that we will contact you, and so you should check prior to your flight to make sure your flight times have not changed.
12.4 We will try to ensure that you and your Baggage depart and arrive as close as possible to the scheduled times. However, we do not guarantee flight times or schedules, and they do not form part of your contract of carriage.
12.5 We may need to cancel or delay and reschedule flights or services due to industrial action, landing restrictions, airport loading restrictions, unsuitable weather conditions, technical problems, operational reasons, or any event beyond our reasonable control, and scheduled flight times or destinations are not guaranteed. We are not liable for any Loss which you may incur as a result of any such delayed or rescheduled flight or service, except as provided for under the Australian Consumer Law, other applicable Laws or Conventions or in accordance with our Compensation Policy.
12.6 Denied Boarding
If as a result of over-booking we are unable to provide you with previously confirmed space on any flight, you may be entitled to compensation in accordance with our Policies.
12.7 Flight Credit
Where we provide you with a Flight Credit, we will do so in accordance with these Conditions, our Customer Compensation Policy and any applicable Fare Conditions. Flight Credits must be used within the timeframe we advise you. Credits are non-transferrable and cannot be redeemed for cash.
12.8 Substituted Services
Nothing in these Conditions requires Tigerair Australia to transfer a customer to a Virgin Australia operated service.
Article 13: Refunds
Except where provided in these Conditions or our Compensation Policy and subject to your rights under the Australian Consumer Law, your fare and travel extras are non-refundable.
If after having made a reservation you do not fly with us, whether or not a refund of the fare is payable, you may be entitled to claim a refund of any taxes paid and payable by you, which as a consequence we have no obligation to pay to any government or other authority. We will deduct an administration fee from any such refund, as published on our Website on the date you request the refund.
13.3 Proper Person/Mode Of Refund
Refunds will be made to the same mode of payment as was originally used by the person who paid for the booking. We may require proof of identification and payment.
All refunds will be subject to applicable Laws, rules and regulations or orders of the country in which the booking was made. Refunds may be made in any currency. For Domestic Flights, all refunds will be made in Australian Dollars. For refunds processed in currencies other than Australian Dollars, the amount of a refund may fluctuate based on the prevailing currency exchange rate at the time the refund is processed.
Article 14: Conduct Aboard Aircraft
14.1 Control Of Passengers
We may take all reasonable measures to maintain the comfort, safety and security of our aircraft, crew and Passengers. We may restrain or offload you if you conduct yourself on board the aircraft so as to endanger the aircraft or any person or property on board, or obstruct or hinder the crew in the performance of their duties, or fail to comply with any instruction of the crew or cause discomfort, inconvenience, damage or injury to other Passengers or the crew. You may be disembarked at any point and refused further carriage and may be prosecuted for offences committed on board the aircraft.
14.2 Diversion Costs
If as a result of your conduct we divert the aircraft for the purpose of offloading you, then you shall be liable for all Losses costs which we incur as a result of that diversion.
14.3 Use Of Equipment
For safety reasons, we may forbid or limit operation on board the aircraft of electronic equipment, including but not limited to, cellular telephones, laptop computers, portable recorders, portable radios, CD players, electronic games or transmitting devices, including radio-controlled toys and walkie-talkies. Filming and/or taking photos of crew on board the aircraft is prohibited unless prior written approval is received from Tigerair Australia. Operation of hearing aids and heart pacemakers is permitted.
Article 15: Liability limitations
a. We are not able to limit our obligations to you under the Australian Consumer Law, the Conventions or other applicable Laws.
(b) To the extent we are permitted to limit our liability to you under applicable Laws and Conventions and subject to articles 15.2, 15.3 and 15.4, we are not liable for or in connection with any:
We will rely on all limitations of liability and defenses under the Convention and any applicable Laws. We reserve all rights against any you and any other person, including rights of contribution and indemnity.
15.2 Australian Domestic Travel:
Our liability is limited by the provisions of the Civil Aviation (Carriers’ Liability) Act 1959 (Cth), complementary State legislation and these Conditions to: AUD$1,600 in respect of destruction, Loss or injury to your Checked Baggage; AUD$160 in respect of destruction, Loss or injury to your Cabin Baggage; and AUD$725,000 in respect of bodily injury to you or your death. If we are responsible in any way for your carriage by water, any liability is limited to the extent permitted by applicable legislation.
15.3 International Travel:
Where your journey involves International Travel, then the Montreal Convention or the Warsaw Convention may govern and limit our liability for personal injury or death and for Loss, delay or Damage to Baggage, as follows:
The value of a SDR on a particular day is the sum fixed and published on the official website of the International Monetary Fund (IMF) for that day. The value of a franc is determined by reference to the rate of 6.55957 francs for 1 euroo
15.4 Notice Of Baggage Liability Limitations
Liability for Damage to Baggage is limited as set out in these Conditions unless a higher value is declared in advance and additional charges are paid.
15.5 If Warsaw Convention Or Montreal Convention Not Applicable
Where your International Flight is not subject to the liability rules of the Warsaw Convention or the Montreal Convention, the following rules shall apply:
Article 16: Time Limitation On Claims And Actions
16.1 Bodily Injury or Death Claims
you or your personal representative as applicable, should notify us in writing as soon as possible of the claim.
16.2 Notice Of Claims - Baggage
Acceptance of Baggage by the bearer of the Baggage Identification Tag without complaint at the time of delivery is sufficient evidence that the Baggage has been delivered in good condition and in accordance with the contract of carriage, unless you prove otherwise.
16.3 Baggage - Australian Domestic Travel.
If you wish to make a claim from us in relation to damage or loss of Baggage, you must do so in writing as follows:
16.4 Baggage - International Travel.
If wish to make a claim from us in relation to damage or loss of Baggage, you must do so in writing as follows:
16.5 Limitation Of Actions
Any right to damages shall be extinguished if an action is not brought against us within two (2) years of the date of arrival at your Destination, or the date on which the aircraft was scheduled to arrive, or the date on which the carriage stopped. The method of calculating the period of limitation shall be determined by the law of the court where the case is heard.
Article 17: Arrival Formalities and Administrative Requirements
17.1 Visas and entry documents.
You are responsible for ensuring that you obtain and present at your Destination and any stopover, all required travel documents. We are not responsible or liable to you if you have failed to obtain, or you have lost, these documents.
17.2 Entry rules and requirements.
You must also comply with all entry requirements, rules and regulations of your Destination or any stopover. This includes any immigration, customs and security requirements. We are not responsible or liable to you if you do not comply with these requirements, rules and regulations.
17.3 If you are refused entry or deported.
If you are refused permission to enter a country during your journey on a Booking or are deported, then regardless of the reason for the refusal of entry or deportation:
Article 18: Law And Jurisdiction
Unless otherwise provided by the Convention or any applicable law, government regulations, orders or requirements, these Conditions and any carriage which we agree to provide you with (in respect of yourself and/or your Baggage) shall be governed by the laws of Australia. Any dispute between you and us concerning or arising out of such carriage in any way whatsoever shall be subject to the non-exclusive jurisdiction of the courts of Australia.
18.2 Rights Of Third Parties
A party that is not a party to the relevant contract of carriage shall not have any right to enforce any terms therein including these Conditions.
18.3 Modification And Waiver
No employee, contractor, Authorised Agent or other person is authorised to vary these Conditions. However, our duly authorised employees and contractors may in certain circumstances waive rules applicable to your fare or amounts payable. A waiver on one occasion does not constitute a waiver on any other occasion.