Dalhoff Travel is responsible for the reservation and booking of your travel tickets and tours. The tour operator or airlines is responsible for the proper execution of your trip.
Dalhoff Travel’s services consist of the planning and organization of your trip based on the available tickets provided by airlines and tour operators gathered from the Global Distribution System, among others. Dalhoff Travel works independently from these travel carriers and should be considered as a supplement to their services and performance. Therefore, Dalhoff Travel cannot be held responsible for any errors or issues on the part of the travel carrier, which includes missing or defective execution of the service.
The travel carrier is responsible for any of the below mentioned incidences, consequently, in the unlikely event that you have any of these issues please contact the travel carrier directly. It should be noted that airlines often have mutual agreements where they will perform flights for one another. For the ease of the traveller, any issues can be brought to the airlines written on the ticket or to the airlines that carried out the trip.
The travel carriers are held liable within the terms laid out in the Warsaw and Montreal Convention and Regulation 889/2002.
The limitations on the maximum compensation for the above mentioned incidences are set by the Warsaw and Montreal Convention and Regulation 889/2002.
Passenger death or injury: 113,100 SDR, if the carrier can prove that it was not due to negligent or incorrect behavior, or if the incident was caused by a third party’s negligence or other wrongful behavior. Unlimited if this cannot be proved.
Damages caused by delays to passengers: 4.694 SDR
Damages, loss, or delay of baggage: 1,131 SDRs
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Dalhoff Travel would like to remind all customers that special rules and consequences for purchasing sequential tickets apply, which we should inform you of before your purchase. These rules can also be available on the invoice, order confirmation and itinerary. These rules imply that the distribution of responsibilities leaves each travel carrier independent of one another. Other travel carries included in the sequential trip cannot be held liable for the delays or cancellation of the operating carrier’s service, nor is Dalhoff Travel held responsible for such instances.
Below you will find a series of useful links, to help when planning your journey