International General Rules (AA1)

AA-1 TABLE OF CONTENTS

Rule Number TITLE
0001 Definitions
0002 Standard Format of Electronic Rules
0005 Application of Tariff
0015 Electronic Surveillance of Passengers and Baggage
0018 Seating of Blind/Deaf Passengers
0020 Carriage of Non-ambulatory Passengers
0025 Refusal to Transport - Limitations of Carrier
0035 Passenger Expenses En Route
0040 Taxes
0045 Administrative Formalities - Passports, Visas and Tourist Cards
0055 Liability of Carriers
0060 Reservations
0061 Capacity Limitations
0062 Group Conditional Reservations
0065 Tickets
0070 Extension of Credit
0075 Currency of Payment
0080 Revised Routings, Failure to Carry and Missed Connections
0087 Denied Boarding Compensation
0090 Refunds
0095 Amenities/Services for Delayed Passengers
0116 Baggage Regulations
0125 Excess Value Charges for Baggage
0135 Stopovers
0200 Children and Infant Fares
0205 Free and Reduced Rate Transportation for Agents
0210 Free and Reduced Fare Transportation for Tour Conductors
0550 Passengers Occupying Two Seats

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               K    DEFINITIONS     
            
                     AS USED HEREIN:     
                    ADD-ON-FARE:  SEE "ARBITRARY"     
                    ADMINISTRATIVE SERVICE CHARGE MEANS A FEE CHARGED TO COVER     
                    COSTS INVOLVED IN CHANGING OR REFUNDING A PASSENGER'S     
                    TICKET.     
                    ADULT MEANS A PERSON WHO HAS REACHED HIS/HER 12TH BIRTHDAY     
                    AS OF THE DATE OF COMMENCEMENT OF TRAVEL.     
                    AFRICA MEANS THE AREA COMPRISED OF ANGOLA, BENIN, BOTSWANA,     
                    BURKINA FASO, BURUNDI, CAMEROON, CAPE VERDE, CENTRAL AFRICAN     
                    REPUBLIC, CHAD, COMOROS, CONGO REPUBLIC, COTE D'IVOIRE,     
                    DEMOCRATIC REPUBLIC OF THE CONGO, DJIBOUTI, EQUATORIAL     
                    GUINEA, ERITREA, ETHIOPIA, GABON, GAMBIA, GHANA, GUINEA,     
                    GUINEA-BISSAU, KENYA, LESOTHO, LIBERIA, LIBYA, MADAGASCAR,     
                    MALAWI, MALI, MAURITANIA, MAURITIUS, MAYOTTE, MOZAMBIQUE,     
                    NAMIBIA, NIGER, NIGERIA, REUNION, RWANDA, SAO TOME AND     
                    PRINCIPE, SENEGAL, SEYCHELLES, SIERRA LEONE, SOMALIA, SOUTH     
                    AFRICA, SWAZILAND, TANZANIA, TOGO, UGANDA, ZAMBIA AND     
                    ZIMBABWE.     
                    AIRLINE DESIGNATOR CODE MEANS AN IDENTIFICATION CODE     
                    COMPRISED OF TWP CHARACTERS WHICH IS USED FOR COMMERCIAL AND     
                    TRAFFIC PURPOSES SUCH AS RESERVATIONS, SCHEDULES,     
                    TIMETABLES, TICKETING, TARIFFS AND AIRPORT DISPLAY SYSTEMS.     
                    AIRLINE DESIGNATORS ARE ASSIGNED BY IATA.  WHEN THIS CODE     
                    APPEARS ON A TICKET, IT REFLECTS THE CARRIER THAT IS     
                    MARKETING THE FLIGHT, WHICH MIGHT BE DIFFERENT FROM THE     
                    CARRIER OPERATING THE FLIGHTS.     
                    ANIMALS (APPLICABLE BETWEEN CANADA AND PUERTO RICO/VIRGIN     
                    ISLANDS) IN ADDITION TO THE USUAL CONNOTATION, INCLUDE     
                    REPTILES, BIRDS, POULTRY AND FISH.     
                    APPLICABLE ADULT FARE MEANS THE FARE WHICH WOULD BE     
                    APPLICABLE TO AN ADULT FOR THE TRANSPORTATION TO BE USED     
                    EXCEPT THOSE SPECIAL FARES WHICH WOULD BE APPLICABLE DUE TO     
                    THE ADULTS STATUS (SUCH AS CLERGY FARES, MILITARY FARES,     
                    SENIOR CITIZEN FARES, ETC.).     
                    ARBITRARY MEANS AN AMOUNT PUBLISHED FOR USE ONLY IN     
                    COMBINATION WITH OTHER FARES FOR THE CONSTRUCTION OF THROUGH     
                    FARES.  IT IS ALSO REFERRED TO AS "PROPORTIONAL FARE",     
                    "BASING FARE", AND "ADD-ON-FARE".     
                    AREA NO. 1 MEANS ALL OF THE NORTH AND SOUTH AMERICAN     
                    CONTINENTS AND THE ISLANDS ADJACENT THERETO; GREENLAND,     
                    BERMUDA, THE WEST INDIES AND THE ISLANDS OF THE CARIBBEAN     
                    SEA, THE HAWAIIAN ISLANDS (INCLUDING MIDWAY AND PALMYRA).     
                    AREA NO. 2 MEANS ALL OF EUROPE (INCLUDING RUSSIAN FEDERATION     
                    WEST OF THE URALS) AND THE ISLANDS ADJACENT THERETO;     
                    ICELAND, THE AZORES, ALL OF AFRICA AND THE ISLANDS ADJACENT     
                    THERETO; ASCENSION ISLAND; THAT PART OF ASIA LYING WEST OF     
                    AND INCLUDING IRAN.     
                    AREA NO. 3 MEANS ALL OF ASIA AND THE ISLANDS ADJACENT     
                    THERETO EXCEPT THAT PORTION INCLUDED IN AREA NO. 2; ALL OF     
                    THE EAST INDIES, AUSTRALIA, NEW ZEALAND, AND THE ISLANDS     
                    ADJACENT THERETO; THE ISLANDS OF THE PACIFIC OCEAN EXCEPT     
                    THOSE INCLUDED IN AREA NO. 1.     
                    AUSTRALASIA MEANS AUSTRALIA, NEW CALEDONIA, NEW ZEALAND, NEW     
                    HEBRIDES, FIJI, SAMOA, COOK ISLANDS, TAHITI AND THE ISLANDS     
                    ADJACENT THERETO.     
                    BAGGAGE, WHICH IS EQUIVALENT TO LUGGAGE, MEANS, SUCH     
                    ARTICLES, EFFECTS AND OTHER PERSONAL PROPERTY OF A PASSENGER     
                    AS ARE NECESSARY OR APPROPRIATE FOR WEAR, USE, COMFORT OR     
                    CONVENIENCE IN CONNECTION WITH HIS TRIP.  UNLESS OTHERWISE     
                    SPECIFIED, IT SHALL INCLUDE BOTH CHECKED AND UNCHECKED     
                    BAGGAGE OF THE PASSENGER.     
                    BAGGAGE CHECK MEANS THOSE PORTIONS OF THE TICKET WHICH     
                    PROVIDE FOR THE CARRIAGE OF PASSENGER'S CHECKED BAGGAGE AND     
                    WHICH ARE ISSUED BY CARRIER AS A RECEIPT FOR PASSENGER'S     
                    CHECKED BAGGAGE.     
                    BAGGAGE RULES MEANS THE CONDITIONS ASSOCIATED WITH THE     
                    ACCEPTANCE OF BAGGAGE, SERVICES INCIDENTAL TO THE     
                    TRANSPORTATION OF ALLOWANCES AND ALL RELATED CHARGES.  FOR     
                    EXAMPLE, BAGGAGE RULES MAY ADDRESS THE FOLLOWING TOPICS:     
                    (A)  THE MAXIMUM WEIGHT AND DIMENSIONS OF PASSENGER BAGS, IF     
                         APPLICABLE, BOTH CHECKED AND UNCHECKED;     
                    (B)  THE NUMBER OF CHECKED AND UNCHECKED PASSENGER BAGS THAT     
                         CAN BE TRANSPORTED AND THE APPLICABLE CHARGES;     
                    (C)  EXCESS AND OVERSIZED BAGGAGE CHARGES;     
                    (D)  CHARGES RELATED TO CHECK-IN, COLLECTION AND DELIVERY OF     
                         CHECKED BAGGAGE;     
                    (E)  ACCEPTANCE AND CHARGES RELATED TO SPECIAL ITEMS, E.G.     
                         SURFBOARDS, PETS, BICYCLES, ETC;      
                    (F)  BAGGAGE PROVISIONS RELATED TO PROHIBITED OR     
                         UNACCEPTABLE ITEMS, INCLUDING EMBARGOS;     
                    (G)  TERMS OR CONDITIONS THAT WOULD ALTER OR IMPACT THE     
                         BAGGAGE ALLOWANCES AND CHARGES APPLICABLE TO PASSENGERS     
                         (E.G. FREQUENT FLYER STATUS, EARLY CHECK IN,     
                         PRE-PURCHASING BAGGAGE ALLOWANCES WITH A PARTICULAR     
                         CREDIT CARD);     
                    (H)  OTHER RULES GOVERNING TREATMENT OF BAGGAGE AT STOPOVER     
                         POINTS, INCLUDING PASSENGERS SUBJECT TO SPECIAL BAGGAGE     
                         ALLOWANCES OR CHARGES, ETC.     
                    BAGGAGE TAG MEANS A DOCUMENT ISSUED BY CARRIER SOLELY FOR     
                    IDENTIFICATION OF CHECKED BAGGAGE, THE BAGGAGE (STRAP) TAG     
                    PORTION OF WHICH IS ATTACHED BY CARRIER TO A PARTICULAR     
                    ARTICLE OF CHECKED BAGGAGE AND THE BAGGAGE (CLAIM) TAG     
                    PORTION OF WHICH IS GIVEN TO THE PASSENGER.     
                    CALENDAR WEEK MEANS A PERIOD OF SEVEN DAYS STARTING AT 12:01     
                    A.M. SUNDAY AND ENDING AT 12:00 P.M. OF THE FOLLOWING     
                    SATURDAY; PROVIDED THAT, WHEN A CARRIER OFFERS ONLY ONCE A     
                    WEEK SERVICE BETWEEN TWO POINTS, IT SHALL MEAN A PERIOD OF     
                    EIGHT DAYS COMMENCING WITH 12:01 A.M. ON THE DAY THE FLIGHT     
                    OPERATES.     
                    CARIBBEAN SUB-AREA MEANS THE AREA COMPRISING:     
                    ANGUILLA, ANTIGUA AND BARBUDA, ARUBA, BAHAMAS, BARBADOS,     
                    BERMUDA, CAYMAN ISLANDS, CUBA, DOMINICA, DOMINICAN REPUBLIC,     
                    GRENADA, GUADELOUPE, HAITI, JAMAICA, MARTINIQUE, MONTSERRAT,     
                    NETHERLANDS ANTILLES, ST. KITTS AND NEVIS, ST. LUCIA, ST.     
                    VINCENT AND THE GRENADINES, TRINIDAD AND TOBAGO, TURKS AND     
                    CAICOS ISLANDS, AND VIRGIN ISLANDS BRITISH.     
                    CARRIAGE, WHICH IS EQUIVALENT TO TRANSPORTATION, MEANS     
                    CARRIAGE OF PASSENGERS AND/OR BAGGAGE BY AIR, GRATUITOUSLY     
                    OR FOR HIRE.     
                    CARRIER     
                    (A)  (NOT APPLICABLE BETWEEN CANADA AND PUERTO RICO/VIRGIN     
                         ISLANDS)   INCLUDES THE AIR CARRIER ISSUING THE TICKET     
                         AND ALL AIR CARRIERS THAT CARRY OR UNDERTAKE TO CARRY     
                         THE PASSENGER AND/OR HIS BAGGAGE THEREUNDER OR PERFORM     
                         OR UNDERTAKE TO PERFORM ANY OTHER SERVICES RELATED TO     
                         SUCH AIR CARRIAGE.     
                    (B)  (APPLICABLE BETWEEN CANADA AND PUERTO RICO/VIRGIN     
                         ISLANDS) MEANS ANY AIR CARRIER SHOWN AS A PARTICIPANT     
                         IN THIS TARIFF.     
                    CENTRAL AFRICA MEANS THE AREA COMPRISING MALAWI, ZAMBIA AND     
                    ZIMBABWE.     
                    CENTRAL AMERICA MEANS THE AREA COMPRISING BELIZE, COSTA     
                    RICA, EL SALVADOR, GUATEMALA, HONDURAS AND NICARAGUA.     
                    CHECKED BAGGAGE, WHICH IS EQUIVALENT TO REGISTERED LUGGAGE,     
                    MEANS BAGGAGE OF WHICH THE CARRIER TAKES SOLE CUSTODY AND     
                    FOR WHICH CARRIER HAS ISSUED A BAGGAGE CHECK AND BAGGAGE     
                    (CLAIM) TAG(S).     
                    CHILD MEANS A PERSON WHO HAS REACHED HIS/HER SECOND BIRTHDAY     
                    BUT NOT HIS/HER 12TH BIRTHDAY AS OF THE DATE OF COMMENCEMENT     
                    OF TRAVEL.     
                    CIRCLE TRIP MEANS TRAVEL FROM A POINT AND RETURN TO THE     
                    SAME POINT BY A CIRCUITOUS, CONTINUOUS AIR ROUTE WHICH DOES     
                    NOT QUALIFY UNDER THE DEFINITION OF ROUND TRIP; PROVIDED     
                    THAT, WHERE NO REASONABLE DIRECT SCHEDULED AIR ROUTE IS     
                    AVAILABLE BETWEEN TWO POINT, A BREAK IN THE CIRCLE MAY BE     
                    TRAVELED BY ANY OTHER MEANS OF TRANSPORTATION WITHOUT     
                    PREJUDICE TO THE CIRCLE TRIP.     
                    CIVIL AERONAUTICS BOARD MEANS DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION.     
                    CLASS OF SERVICE MEANS THE CABIN IN WHICH THE PASSENGER IS     
                    TRANSPORTED AND/OR FOR WHICH THE PASSENGER IS ENTITLED TO     
                    FLY BY TERMS OF THE CONTRACT FOR CARRIAGE.     
                    COMBINATION MEANS WHEN TWO OR MORE ONE-WAY OR ROUND TRIP OR      
                    HALF ROUND TRIP FARES ARE USED AND SHOWN SEPARATELY IN A     
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                    FARE CALCULATION.     
                    CONJUNCTION TICKET MEANS TWO OR MORE TICKETS CONCURRENTLY     
                    ISSUED TO A PASSENGER AND WHICH TOGETHER CONSTITUTE A SINGLE     
                    CONTRACT OF CARRIAGE.     
                    CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES MEANS DAMAGES WHICH ARE REASONABLE OUT     
                    OF POCKET EXPENSES AND OTHER PROVABLE DAMAGES INCURRED BY     
                    PASSENGER AS THE CONSEQUENCE OF THE LOSS, DAMAGE, OR DELAY     
                    IN THE DELIVERY OF SUCH PERSONAL PROPERTY.     
                    CONSTRUCTED FARE MEANS AN UNSPECIFIED THROUGH FARE IS     
                    CREATED BY THE USE OF ADD-ON AMOUNT OR TWO OR MORE FARES     
                    SHOWN AS A SINGLE AMOUNT IN A FARE CALCULATION.     
                    CO-TERMINAL MEANS SPECIFIED CITIES WHICH MAY BE CONSIDERED     
                    THE SAME POINT FOR DETERMINATION OF JOURNEY TYPE.     
                    CONTINENTAL U.S.A. OR CONTINENTAL UNITED STATES EACH MEANS     
                    THE DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA AND ALL STATES OF THE UNITED STATES     
                    OTHER THAN ALASKA AND HAWAII.     
                    CONVENTION MEANS, UNLESS THE CONTEXT REQUIRES OTHERWISE, THE     
                    CONVENTION FOR THE UNIFICATION OF CERTAIN RULES RELATING TO      
                    INTERNATIONAL CARRIAGE BY AIR, SIGNED AT WARSAW, OCTOBER 12,     
                    1929, OR     
                    SUCH CONVENTION AS AMENDED BY THE HAGUE PROTOCOL, 1955,     
                    AND/OR THE CONVENTION FOR UNIFICATION OF CERTAIN RULES FOR     
                    INTERNATIONAL CARRIAGE BY AIR, DONE AT MONTREAL, MAY 28,     
                    1999, WHICHEVER MAY BE APPLICABLE TO CARRIAGE HEREUNDER.     
                    CO-TERMINAL MEANS SPECIFIED CITIES WHICH MAY BE CONSIDERED     
                    THE SAME POINT FOR DETERMINATION OF JOURNEY TYPE.     
                    CONTINENTAL U.S.A. OR CONTINENTAL UNITED STATES EACH MEANS     
                    THE DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA AND ALL STATES OF THE UNITED STATES     
                    OTHER THAN ALASKA AND HAWAII.     
                    CONVENTION MEANS, UNLESS THE CONTEXT REQUIRES OTHERWISE, THE     
                    CONVENTION FOR THE UNIFICATION OF CERTAIN RULES RELATING TO     
                    INTERNATIONAL CARRIAGE BY AIR, SIGNED AT WARSAW, OCTOBER 12,     
                    1929, OR     
                    SUCH CONVENTION AS AMENDED BY THE HAGUE PROTOCOL, 1955,     
                    AND/OR THE CONVENTION FOR UNIFICATION OF CERTAIN RULES FOR     
                    INTERNATIONAL CARRIAGE BY AIR, DONE AT MONTREAL, MAY 28,     
                    1999, WHICHEVER MAY BE APPLICABLE TO CARRIAGE HEREUNDER.     
                    COUNTRY OF COMMENCEMENT OF TRAVEL - MEANS THE COUNTRY FROM     
                    WHICH TRAVEL ON THE FIRST INTERNATIONAL SEGMENT TAKES PLACE.     
                    COUNTRY OF PAYMENT - MEANS THE COUNTRY WHERE PAYMENT IS MADE     
                    BY THE PURCHASER TO THE AIRLINE OR ITS AGENT; PAYMENT BY     
                    CHEQUE, CREDIT CARD OR OTHER BANKING INSTRUMENTS SHALL BE     
                    DEEMED TO HAVE BEEN MADE AT THE PLACE WHERE SUCH INSTRUMENT     
                    IS ACCEPTED BY THE AIRLINE OR ITS AGENT.      
                    CURRENCY OF THE COUNTRY OF ORIGIN/PAYMENT MEANS THE CURRENCY     
                    IN WHICH INTERNATIONAL FARES FROM THAT COUNTRY ARE     
                    DENOMINATED.     
                    DATE OF TRANSACTION - MEANS THE DATE OF ISSUANCE OF THE     
                    TICKET, MCO OR PTA.     
                    DAYS MEANS FULL CALENDAR DAYS, INCLUDING SUNDAYS AND LEGAL     
                    HOLIDAYS; PROVIDED THAT, FOR THE PURPOSES OF NOTIFICATION     
                    THE BALANCE OF THE DAY UPON WHICH NOTICE IS DISPATCHED SHALL     
                    NOT BE COUNTED; AND THAT FOR PURPOSES OF DETERMINING     
                    DURATION OF VALIDITY, THE BALANCE OF THE DAY UPON WHICH THE     
                    TICKET IS ISSUED OR FLIGHT COMMENCED SHALL NOT BE COUNTED.     
                    D.O.T. - MEANS U.S. DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION.     
                    DESTINATION MEANS THE ULTIMATE STOPPING PLACE OF THE     
                    PASSENGER'S JOURNEY AS SHOWN ON THE TICKET.     
                    DIRECT ROUTE MEANS THE SHORTEST ALL YEAR ROUTE OPERATED BY A     
                    CARRIER IN BOTH DIRECTIONS BETWEEN TICKETED POINTS AT WHICH     
                    IT EXCERCISES TRAFFIC RIGHTS.     
                    DOMESTIC CARRIAGE MEANS (EXCEPT AS OTHERWISE SPECIFIED)     
                    CARRIAGE IN WHICH, ACCORDING TO THE CONTRACT     
                    OF CARRIAGE, THE PLACE OF DEPARTURE, THE PLACES OF     
                    DESTINATION AND/OR STOPOVER, AND THE ENTIRE TRANSPORTATION     
                    ARE WITHIN A SOVEREIGN STATE.     
                    DOUBLE OPEN JAW - SEE OPEN JAW.     
                    EAST AFRICA MEANS THE AREA COMPRISING BURUNDI, DJIBOUTI,     
                    ETHIOPIA, KENYA, RWANDA, SOMALIA, TANZANIA AND UGANDA.     
                    EASTBOUND MEANS TRAVEL FROM A POINT IN AREA NO. 1 TO A POINT     
                    IN AREAS NO. 2 OR 3 VIA THE ATLANTIC OCEAN OR TRAVEL FROM     
                    POINTS IN AREA NOS. 2 OR 3 TO A POINT IN AREA 1 VIA THE     
                    PACIFIC OCEAN.     
                    EDUCATIONAL ESTABLISHMENT MEANS A SCHOOL, ACADEMY, COLLEGE     
                    OR UNIVERSITY OFFERING FULL TIME EDUCATIONAL, VOCATIONAL OR     
                    TECHNICAL COURSES FOR A SCHOOL YEAR AND DOES NOT INCLUDE A     
                    COMMERICAL OFFICE, INDUSTRIAL OR MILITARY ESTABLISHMENT OR A     
                    HOSPITAL AT WHICH A STUDENT IS SERVING AN APPRENTICESHIP     
                    UNLESS SUCH APPRENTICESHIP IS PART OF THE SCHOOL CURRICULUM     
                    OF THE EDUCATIONAL ESTABLISHMENT AT WHICH THE STUDENT IS     
                    ENROLLED.     
                    END ON COMBINATION - MEANS THE COMBINATION OF 2 OR MORE     
                    FARES AT A FARE CONSTRUCTION POINT.     
                    EC (EUROPEAN COMMUNITY) MEMBER STATES - AUSTRIA, BELGIUM,     
                    DENMARK, FINLAND, FRANCE, GERMANY, GREECE, ICELAND, IRELAND,     
                    ITALY, LUXEMBOURG, THE NETHERLANDS, NORWAY, PORTUGAL, SPAIN,     
                    SWEDEN AND THE UNITED KINGDOM.     
                    DOWN LINE CARRIER MEANS ANY CARRIER, OTHER THAN THE     
                    SELECTING CARRIER, WHO IS IDENTIFIED AS PROVIDING INTERLINE     
                    TRANSPORTATION TO THE PASSENGER BY VIRTUE OF THE PASSENGER'S     
                    TICKET.     
                    EXTRATERRITORIAL TRIP (APPLICABLE BETWEEN CANADA AND PUERTO     
                    RICO/VIRGIN ISLANDS) MEANS ANY TRIP WHICH INCLUDES     
                    TRANSPORTATION:     
                    (A)  VIA ONE OR MORE CARRIERS WITHIN THE AREA CONSISTING OF     
                         THE CONTINENTAL UNITED STATES AND CANADA; AND     
                    (B)  VIA COMMERCIAL AIR (NOT INCLUDING CHARTER SERVICES) OR     
                         MILITARY AIR SERVICES TO OR FROM ANY POINT OUTSIDE SUCH      
                         AREA.     
                    EUROPE MEANS ALGERIA, ALBANIA, ANDORRA, ARMENIA, AUSTRIA,     
                    AZERBAIJAN, BELARUS, BELGIUM, BOSNIA AND HERZEGOVINA,     
                    BULGARIA, CROATIA, CYPRUS, CZECH REPUBLIC, DENMARK, ESTONIA,     
                    FINLAND, FRANCE, GEORGIA, GERMANY, GIBRALTAR, GREECE,     
                    HUNGARY, ICELAND, IRELAND, ITALY, LATVIA, LIECHTENSTEIN,     
                    LITHUANIA, LUXEMBOURG, MACEDONIA (FYROM), MALTA, MOLDOVA,     
                    MONACO, MOROCCO, NETHERLANDS, NORWAY, POLAND, PORTUGAL,     
                    ROMANIA, RUSSIAN FEDERATION (WEST OF THE URALS), SAN MARINO,     
                    SERBIA AND MONTENEGRO, SLOVAKIA, SLOVENIA, SPAIN, SWEDEN,     
                    SWITZERLAND, TUNISIA, TURKEY, UKRAINE, AND UNITED KINGDOM.     
                    EUROPEAN COMMON AVIATION AREA (ECAA) AND RELATED STATES     
                    (EFFECTIVE MAY 1, 2004):  AUSTRIA, BELGIUM, CYPRUS, CZECH     
                    REPUBLIC, DENMARK, ESTONIA, FINLAND, FRANCE, GERMANY,     
                    GREECE, HUNGARY, ICELAND, IRELAND, ITALY, LATVIA,     
                    LIECHTENSTEIN, LITHUANIA, LUXEMBOURG, MALTA, NETHERLANDS,      
                    NORWAY, POLAND, PORTUGAL, SLOVAKIA, SLOVENIA, SPAIN, SWEDEN,     
                    SWITZERLAND, UNITED KINGDOM.     
                    FARE BREAK POINT - SEE FARE CONSTRUCTION POINT.     
                    FARE COMPONENT MEANS THE FARE CHARGED BETWEEN TWO     
                    CONSECUTIVE FARE CONSTRUCTION POINTS.  THE POINT OF ORIGIN     
                    AND THE POINT OF DESTINATION OF A FARE COMPONENT ARE FARE     
                    CONSTRUCTION POINTS.     
                    FARE CONSTRUCTION POINT MEANS THE TERMINAL POINTS OF A FARE     
                    COMPONENT.  (THESE ARE ALSO TERMED FARE BREAK POINTS.)     
                    FLIGHT COUPON MEANS A PORTION OF THE PASSENGER TICKET THAT     
                    INDICATES PARTICULAR PLACES BETWEEN WHICH THE COUPON IS GOOD     
                    FOR CARRIAGE.     
                    FOREIGN AIR TRANSPORTATION MEANS TRANSPORTATION BETWEEN A     
                    POINT IN THE UNITED STATES AND A POINT OUTSIDE THEREOF.     
                    FRENCH GOLD FRANCS MEANS THE FRANCS CONSISTING OF 65.50     
                    MILLIGRAMS OF GOLD WITH A FINENESS OF NINE HUNDRED     
                    THOUSANDTHS.     
                    FURTHEST CHECKED POINT IS THE FURTHEST CHECKED POINT     
                    DETERMINED BY MILEAGE FROM THE JOURNEY ORIGIN THAT MEETS THE     
                    DEFINITION OF A CHECKED POINT.  THE JOURNEY DESTINATION MAY     
                    BE THE FURTHEST POINT.     
                    GATEWAY MEANS THE PASSENGER'S FIRST POINT OF ARRIVAL OR LAST     
                    POINT OF DEPARTURE IN A COUNTRY/AREA.     
                    GUARDIAN MEANS A LEGAL GUARDIAN OR A PERSON ACTING IN LIEU     
                    OF PARENTS (IN LOCO PARENTIS) IN THE EVENT OF DEATH OR LEGAL     
                    INCAPACITY OF PARENTS.     
                    IATA RATE OF EXCHANGE - MEANS THE RATES OF EXCHANGE NOTIFIED     
                    BY IATA QUARTERLY TO CONVERT LOCAL CURRENCY FARES TO A     
                    NEUTRAL UNIT OF CONSTRUCTION (NUC) AND TO CONVERT TOTAL NUC     
                    AMOUNTS TO THE CURRENCY OF THE COUNTRY OF COMMENCEMENT OF     
                    TRANSPORTATION.  SEE RULE 145 (CURRENCY OF FARES).     
                    IBERIAN PENINSULA MEANS THE AREA COMPRISED OF GIBRALTAR,     
                    PORTUGAL (INCLUDING AZORES AND MADEIRA) AND SPAIN (INCLUDING     
                    BALEARIC AND CANARY ISLANDS).     
                    IMMEDIATE FAMILY - EXCEPT AS OTHERWISE INDICATED, SHALL     
                    MEAN: SPOUSE, DOMESTIC PARTNER, CHILDREN, SONS-IN-LAW,     
                    DAUGHTERS-IN-LAW, GRANDCHILDREN, BROTHERS, BROTHERS-IN-LAW,     
                    SISTERS, SISTERS-IN-LAW, PARENTS, FATHERS-IN-LAW,     
                    MOTHERS-IN-LAW, AND GRANDPARENTS.     
                    NOTE:  THIS INCLUDES STEPPARENTS, STEPSISTERS, STEPBROTHERS,     
                    HALF SISTERS AND HALF BROTHERS.     
                    INDIAN OCEAN ISLANDS MEANS COMOROS, MADAGASCAR, MAURITIUS,     
                    MAYOTTE, REUNION AND SEYCHELLES.     
                    INDIAN SUBCONTINENT MEANS THE AREA COMPRISED OF AFGHANISTAN,     
                    BANGLADESH, BHUTAN, INDIA, NEPAL, PAKISTAN, MALDIVES AND SRI     
                    LANKA.     
                    INTERCHANGE FLIGHT MEANS A FLIGHT OPERATED OVER THE ROUTES     
                    OF TWO OR MORE CARRIERS WITHOUT CHANGE OF EQUIPMENT.     
                    INDIRECT ROUTE MEANS ANY SCHEDULED CONTINUOUS AIR ROUTE     
                    OTHER THAN A DIRECT ROUTE.     
                    INFANT MEANS A PERSON WHO HAS NOT REACHED HIS/HER SECOND     
                    BIRTHDAY AS OF THE DATE OF COMMENCEMENT OF TRAVEL.     
                    INTERLINE AGREEMENT IS AN AGREEMENT BETWEEN TWO OR MORE     
                    CARRIERS TO CO-ORDINATE THE TRANSPORTATION OF PASSENGERS AND     
                    THEIR BAGGAGE FROM THE FLIGHT OF ONE CARRIER TO THE FLIGHT     
                    OF ANOTHER AIR CARRIER THROUGH TO THE NEXT POINT OF     
                    STOPOVER.     
                    INTERLINE ITINERARY MEANS ALL FLIGHTS REFLECTED ON A      
                    SINGLE TICKET INVOLVING MULTIPLE AIR CARRIERS.  ONLY TRAVEL     
                    ON A SINGLE TICKET IS SUBJECT TO THE AGENCY'S APPROACH     
                    PROVIDED THE ORIGIN OR THE ULTIMATE TICKET DESTINATION IS A     
                    POINT IN CANADA.     
                    INTERLINE TRANSFER POINT MEANS ANY POINT AT WHICH THE     
                    PASSENGER TRANSFERS FROM THE SERVICES OF ONE CARRIER TO THE     
                    SERVICES OF ANOTHER CARRIER.     
                    INTERLINE TRANSPORTATION MEANS TRANSPORTATION ON THE     
                    SERVICES OF MORE THAN ONE CARRIER.     
                    INTERLINE TRAVEL MEANS TRAVEL INVOLVING MULTIPLE AIR     
                    CARRIERS LISTED ON A SINGLE TICKET THAT IS PURCHASED VIA A     
                    SINGLE TRANSACTION.     
                    INTERNATIONAL CARRIAGE MEANS (EXCEPT WHEN THE CONVENTION IS     
                    APPLICABLE) CARRIAGE IN WHICH, ACCORDING TO THE CONTRACT OF     
                    CARRIAGE, THE PLACE OF DEPARTURE AND ANY PLACE OF LANDING     
                    ARE SITUATED IN MORE THAN ONE STATE.  AS USED IN THIS     
                    DEFINITION, THE TERM "STATE" INCLUDES ALL TERRITORY SUBJECT     
                    TO THE SOVEREIGNTY, SUZERAINTY, MANDATE, AUTHORITY OR     
                    TRUSTEESHIP THEREOF.  INTERNATIONAL CARRIAGE AS DEFINED BY     
                    THE CONVENTION MEANS ANY CARRIAGE IN WHICH, ACCORDING TO THE     
                    CONTRACT OF CARRIAGE, THE PLACE OF DEPARTURE AND THE PLACE     
                    OF DESTINATION, WHETHER OR NOT THERE BE A BREAK IN THE     
                    CARRIAGE OR A TRANSSHIPMENT, ARE SITUATED EITHER WITHIN THE      
                    TERRITORIES OF TWO HIGH CONTRACTING PARTIES TO THE     
                    CONVENTION OR WITHIN THE TERRITORY OF A SINGLE HIGH     
                    CONTRACTING PARTY TO THE CONVENTION, IF THERE IS AN AGREED     
                    STOPPING PLACE WITHIN A TERRITORY SUBJECT TO THE     
                    SOVEREIGNTY, SUZERAINTY, MANDATE OR AUTHORITY OF ANOTHER     
                    POWER EVEN THOUGH THAT POWER IS NOT A PARTY TO THE     
                    CONVENTION.      
                    INTERNATIONAL SECTOR - MEANS A SECTOR OF UNINTERRUPTED AIR     
                    TRAVEL FOR WHICH THE ARRIVAL AND DEPARTURE POINTS ARE IN TWO     
                    DIFFERENT COUNTRIES.     
                    INTERNATIONAL TRANSPORTATION MEANS ANY TRANSPORTATION OR     
                    OTHER SERVICES, FURNISHED BY ANY CARRIER, WHICH ARE INCLUDED     
                    WITHIN THE SCOPE OF THE TERM "INTERNATIONAL TRANSPORTATION"     
                    AS USED IN THE CONVENTION FOR THE UNIFICATION OF CERTAIN     
                    RULES RELATING TO INTERNATIONAL TRANSPORTATION BY AIR     
                    SIGNED AT WARSAW, OCTOBER 12, 1929, OR SUCH CONVENTION     
                    APPLICABLE AS AMENDED, {N}OR THE CONVENTION FOR UNIFICATION     
                    OF CERTAIN RULES FOR INTERNATIONAL CARRIAGE BY AIR, DONE AT     
                    MONTREAL, MAY 28, 1999 WHICHEVER MAY BE APPLICABLE TO THE     
                    TRANSPORTATION HEREUNDER AND TO WHICH THE SAID CONVENTION     
                    APPLIES.  FOR THE PURPOSE OF DETERMINING THE APPLICABILITY     
                    OF THE TERM "INTERNATIONAL TRANSPORTATION:"     
                    (A)  AGREED STOPPING PLACE.  ALL STOPS BETWEEN THE ORIGINAL     
                         PLACE OF DEPARTURE AND THE PLACE OF FINAL DESTINATION     
                         SCHEDULED BY ANY CARRIER BY AIR WHICH PARTICIPATES IN     
                         THE TRANSPORTATION BETWEEN SUCH PLACES, AS SHOWN IN THE     
                         SCHEDULES OR TIME TABLES OF SUCH CARRIERS SHALL     
                         CONSTITUTE "AGREED STOPPING PLACES;" BUT EACH     
                         PARTICIPATING CARRIER RESERVES THE RIGHT TO ALTER THE     
                         "AGREED STOPPING PLACES" IN THE CASE OF NECESSITY     
                         WITHOUT THEREBY DEPRIVING THE TRANSPORTATION OF ITS     
                         INTERNATIONAL CHARACTER; AND     
                    (B)  SINGLE OPERATION.  TRANSPORTATION TO BE PERFORMED BY     
                         SEVERAL SUCCESSIVE CARRIERS BY AIR, ARRANGEMENTS FOR     
                         WHICH ARE MADE IN ADVANCE, IS REGARDED AS "A SINGLE     
                         OPERATION" AND SHALL BE DEEMED TO BE "ONE UNDIVIDED     
                         TRANSPORTATION" WHETHER ONE OR MORE TICKETS OR OTHER     
                         DOCUMENTS ARE ISSUED TO COVER SUCH TRANSPORTATION, AND     
                         WHETHER OR NOT ALL SUCH TICKETS OR DOCUMENTS ARE ISSUED     
                         PRIOR TO THE COMMENCEMENT OF SUCH TRANSPORTATION; BUT     
                         THIS PROVISION SHALL NOT BE DEEMED TO CONTAIN AN     
                         EXCLUSIVE DEFINITION OF TRANSPORTATION WHICH IS     
                         REGARDED BY THE PARTIES AS "A SINGLE OPERATION".     
                    INTERSTATE TRANSPORTATION MEANS TRANSPORTATION BETWEEN A     
                    POINT IN ANY STATE OF THE UNITED STATES AND THE DISTRICT OF     
                    COLUMBIA AND A POINT IN ANY OTHER STATE OF THE UNITED STATES     
                    OR THE DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA.     
                    INTRALINE TRANSPORATION MEANS TRANSPORTATION SOLELY OVER THE     
                    SERVICES OF A SINGLE CARRIER.     
                    JAPAN/KOREA SUB-AREA IS THE AREA COMPOSED OF JAPAN AND     
                    KOREA.     
                    JET AIRCAFT  (APPLICABLE BETWEEN CANADA AND PUERTO      
                    RICO/VIRGIN ISLANDS.) MEANS THE FOLLOWING AIRCRAFT (AND ALL     
                    SERIES THEREOF): A-300, B-320C, B-707, B-720, B727, B-737,     
                    B-747, BAC-111, BAC-1-11, CARAVELLE, CV-880, CV-990, DC-8,      
                    DC-9, DC-10, F-28 AND L-1011.     
                    LEEWARD ISLANDS MEANS THE ISLANDS OF ANGUILLA, ANTIGUA AND     
                    BARBUDA, MONTSERRAT, ST. KITTS AND NEVIS.     
                    LOCAL CURRENCY FARES - MEANS FARES AND RELATED CHARGES     
                    EXPRESSED IN THE CURRENCY OF THE COUNTRY OF COMMENCEMENT OF     
                    TRAVEL.  SEE RULE 145 FOR COUNTRIES WHERE THE U.S. DOLLAR IS     
                    USED FOR LOCAL CURRENCY.      
                    MARKETING CARRIER MEANS THE CARRIER THAT SELLS FLIGHTS     
                    UNDER ITS CODE.     
                    MAXIMUM OUTSIDE LINEAR DIMENSIONS MEANS THE SUM OF THE     
                    GREATEST OUTSIDE LENGTH PLUS THE GREATEST OUTSIDE WIDTH PLUS     
                    THE GREATEST OUTSIDE HEIGHT.     
                    MICRONESIA MEANS THE AREA COMPRISED OF GUAM, JOHNSTON     
                    ISLAND, MARSHALL ISLANDS, CAROLINE ISLANDS, PALAU ISLAND AND      
                    MARIANA ISLANDS.     
                    MID ATLANTIC AREA - MEANS THE AREA COMPRISED OF ANGUILLA,     
                    ANTIGUA AND BARBUDA, ARUBA, BAHAMAS, BARBADOS, BERMUDA,     
                    BOLIVIA, BELIZE, CAYMAN ISLANDS, COLOMBIA, COSTA RICA, CUBA,     
                    DOMINICA, DOMINICAN REPUBLIC, ECUADOR, EL SALVADOR, FRENCH     
                    GUIANA, GRENADA, GUADELOUPE, GUATEMALA, GUYANA, HAITI,     
                    HONDURAS, JAMAICA, MARTINIQUE, MONTSERRAT, NETHERLANDS     
                    ANTILLES, NICARAGUA, PANAMA, PERU, ST. KITTS AND NEVIS, ST.     
                    LUCIA, ST. VINCENT AND THE GRENADINES, SURINAM, TRINIDAD AND     
                    TOBAGO, TURKS AND CAICOS ISLANDS, VENEZUELA AND VIRGIN     
                    ISLANDS BRITISH.     
                    MIDDLE EAST MEANS THE AREA COMPRISED OF BAHRAIN, EGYPT,     
                    IRAN, IRAQ, ISRAEL, JORDAN, KUWAIT, LEBANON, OMAN,     
                    PALESTINIAN TERRITORY OCCUPIED, QATAR, SAUDI ARABIA, SOUTH     
                    SUDAN, SUDAN, SYRIA, UNITED ARAB EMIRATES AND YEMEN.     
                    MILITARY AGENCIES MEANS DEPARTMENTS OF THE ARMY, NAVY, AND     
                    AIR FORCE, THE MARINE CORPS, THE COAST GUARD, THE RESPECTIVE     
                    ACADEMIES OF THE ARMY, NAVY, AIR FORCE, AND COAST GUARD, AND     
                    THE NATIONAL GUARD.  THE RESERVE OFFICER TRAINING CORPS IS     
                    NOT INCLUDED.     
                    MILITARY PASSENGER MEANS MILITARY PERSONNEL OF THE U.S.     
                    MILITARY AGENCIES WHO ARE ON ACTIVE DUTY STATUS OR WHO HAVE     
                    BEEN DISCHARGED FROM ACTIVE MILITARY SERVICE WITHIN SEVEN     
                    DAYS OF THE DATE OF TRAVEL.     
                    MISCELLANEOUS CHARGES ORDER (MCO) MEANS A DOCUMENT ISSUED BY     
                    A CARRIER OR ITS AGENTS REQUESTING ISSUE OF AN APPROPRIATE     
                    PASSENGER TICKET AND BAGGAGE CHECK PROVISION OF SERVICES TO     
                    THE PERSON NAMED IN SUCH DOCUMENT.     
                    MONTH(S) SEE CALENDAR MONTH.     
                    MOST SIGNIFICANT CARRIER (MSC) IS DETERMINED BY A      
                    METHODOLOGY ESTABLISHED BY IATA (RESOLUTION 302) WHICH     
                    ESTABLISHES, FOR EACH PORTION OF A PASSENGER'S ITINERARY     
                    WHERE BAGGAGE IS CHECKED THROUGH TO A NEW STOPOVER POINT,     
                    WHICH CARRIER WILL BE PERFORMING THE MOST SIGNIFICANT PART     
                    OF THE SERVICE.  FOR TRAVELERS UNDER THE RESOLUTION 302     
                    SYSTEM, THE BAGGAGE RULES OF THE MSC WILL APPLY.  FOR     
                    COMPLEX ITINERARIES INVOLVING MULTIPLE CHECKED BAGGAGE     
                    POINTS, THERE MAY BE MORE THAN ONE MSC, RESULTING IN THE     
                    APPLICATION OF DIFFERING BAGGAGE RULES THROUGH AN ITINERARY.     
                    MOST SIGNIFICANT CARRIER (MSC) - IATA RESOLUTION 302 AS     
                    CONDITIONED BY THE AGENCY MEANS THE MSC IS DETERMINED BY     
                    APPLYING IATA RESOLUTION 302 METHODOLOGY AS CONDITIONED BY     
                    THE AGENCY.  THE AGENCY'S RESERVATION HAS STIPULATED THAT     
                    ONLY A SINGLE SET OF BAGGAGE RULES MAY APPLY TO ANY GIVEN     
                    INTERLINE ITINERARY.  THE AIM OF THE AGENCY'S RESERVATION IS     
                    TO ALLOW THE SELECTING CARRIER TO USE THE MSC METHODOLOGY TO     
                    DETERMINE WHICH CARRIER'S BAGGAGE RULES APPLY TO AN     
                    INTERNATIONAL INTERLINE ITINERARY TO OR FROM CANADA, WHILE     
                    REINFORCING THE ROLE OF TARIFFS IN THE DETERMINATION OF     
                    WHICH CARRIER'S RULES APPLY.     
                    NATIONAL - MEANS A PERSON WHO HAS THE CITIZENSHIP OF A     
                    COUNTRY EITHER BY BIRTH OR BY NATURALIZATION.      
                    NETHERLANDS ANTILLES MEANS THE ISLANDS OF BONAIRE, CURACAO     
                    AND ST. MARTIN.     
                    NEUTRAL UNIT OF CONSTRUCTION (NUC) - MEANS A COMMON UNIT     
                    USED TO CONSTRUCT FARES USING DIFFERENT LOCAL CURRENCIES     
                    (SEE RULE 130).     
                    NORMAL FARE MEANS THE FULL FARE ESTABLISHED FOR A FIRST     
                    CLASS, BUSINESS CLASS, ECONOMY/COACH CLASS SERVICE.  THE     
                    APPLICATION OF WHICH IS NOT DEPENDENT UPON ANY LIMITED     
                    PERIOD OF TICKET VALIDITY OR OTHER SPECIAL CIRCUMSTANCES.     
                    NORTH CENTRAL PACIFIC MEANS ALL ROUTES BETWEEN POINTS IN     
                    CANADA/U.S.A. ON THE ONE HAND AND POINTS IN AREA 3 EXCEPT     
                    POINTS IN THE SOUTHWEST PACIFIC, ON THE OTHER HAND VIA THE     
                    PACIFIC OCEAN.     
                    NORTH AMERICA MEANS THE AREA COMPRISING ALASKA, CANADA,     
                    CONTINENTAL U.S.A., HAWAII, MEXICO, ST. PIERRE AND MIQUELON.     
                    NUC - MEANS THE NEUTRAL UNIT OF CONSTRUCTION.     
                    ONE WAY TRIP - MEANS ANY JOURNEY WHICH IS NOT A COMPLETE      
                    ROUND OR CIRCLE TRIP.     
                    ON-LINE TARIFF DATA BASE  MEANS THE REMOTELY ACCESSIBLE,     
                    ON-LINE VERSION, MAINTAINED BY THE FILER, OF (1) THE     
                    ELECTRONICALLY FILED TARIFF DATA SUBMITTED TO THE "OFFICIAL     
                    D.O.T. TARIFF DATABASE," AND (2) THE DEPARTMENTAL APPROVALS,     
                    DISAPPROVALS AND OTHER ACTIONS, AS WELL AS DEPARTMENTAL     
                    NOTATIONS CONCERNING SUCH APPROVALS, DISAPPROVALS OR OTHER     
                    ACTIONS, THAT SUBPART W OF THE PROPOSED PART 221 REQUIRES     
                    THE FILER TO MAINTAIN IN ITS DATABASE.  THE TERM "OFFICIAL     
                    D.O.T. TARIFF DATABASE" MEANS THOSE DATA RECORDS (AS SET     
                    FORTH IN SECTIONS 221.283 AND 221.286 OF THE RULE) WHICH     
                    WOULD BE IN THE CUSTODY OF, AND MAINTAINED BY THE DEPARTMENT     
                    OF TRANSPORTATION.     
                    ONLINE TRANSFER POINT MEANS ANY POINT AT WHICH THE PASSENGER     
                    TRANSFERS FROM ONE SERVICE OF A CARRIER TO ANOTHER SERVICE     
                    OF THE SAME CARRIER (BEARING A DIFFERENT FLIGHT NUMBER).     
                    ONLINE TRANSPORTATION - SEE INTRALINE TRANSPORTATION.     
                    OPEN JAW MEANS TRAVEL WHICH IS ESSENTIALLY OF A ROUND TRIP     
                    NATURE, EXCEPT THAT:     
                    (1)  (ORIGIN SINGLE OPEN JAW)  THE OUTWARD POINT OF     
                         DEPARTURE AND THE INWARD POINT OF ARRIVAL ARE NOT THE     
                         SAME, OR     
                    (2)  (TURNAROUND SINGLE OPEN JAW)  THE OUTWARD POINT OF     
                         ARRIVAL AND THE INWARD POINT OF DEPARTURE ARE NOT THE     
                         SAME.     
                    FOR A SINGLE OPEN JAW EITHER 1 OR 2 APPLIES.  FOR A DOUBLE     
                    OPEN JAW BOTH 1 AND 2 APPLY.     
                    NOTE:     THE FARE TO BE CHARGED IS HALF OF THE APPLICABLE     
                              RT FARE FOR EACH LEG OF THE OPEN JAW.     
                    OPERATING CARRIER MEANS THE CARRIER THAT OPERATES THE     
                    ACTUAL FLIGHT.     
                    ORIGIN MEANS THE INITIAL LOCATION OF A JOURNEY, FROM WHICH     
                    TRAVEL COMMENCES ON A TICKET(S).  THE ORIGIN POINT OF A     
                    JOURNEY IS THE FIRST FARE CONSTRUCTION POINT ON THE TICKET;     
                    OR IN THE CASE OF PRICING UNITS, THE FIRST FARE CONSTRUCTION     
                    POINT OF THE PRICING UNIT.     
                    PARTICIPATING CARRIER(S) MEANS BOTH THE SELECTING CARRIER     
                    AND DOWN LINE CARRIERS WHO HAVE BEEN IDENTIFIED AS PROVIDING     
                    INTERLINE TRANSPORTATION TO THE PASSENGER BY VIRTUE OF THE     
                    PASSENGER;S TICKET.     
                    PASSENGER MEANS ANY PERSON, EXCEPT MEMBERS OF THE CREW,     
                    CARRIED OR TO BE CARRIED IN AN AIRCRAFT WITH     
                    THE CONSENT OF CARRIER.     
                    PASSENGER COUPON MEANS THAT PORTION OF THE PASSENGER TICKET     
                    CONSTITUTING THE PASSENGER'S WRITTEN     
                    EVIDENCE OF THE CONTRACT OF CARRIAGE BETWEEN TWO POINTS.     
                    PASSENGER TICKET MEANS THOSE PORTIONS OF THE TICKET ISSUED     
                    BY THE CARRIER THAT PROVIDE FOR THE CARRIAGE OF THE     
                    PASSENGER.     
                    PREPAID TICKET ADVICE MEANS:     
                    (A)  (NOT APPLICABLE BETWEEN CANADA AND PUERTO RICO/VIRGIN     
                         ISLANDS)  THE NOTIFICATION BETWEEN OFFICES OF A CARRIER     
                         BY TELETYPE, COMMERCIAL WIRE OR MAIL THAT A PERSON IN     
                         ONE CITY HAS PURCHASED AND REQUESTED ISSUANCE OF     
                         PREPAID TRANSPORTATION TO A PERSON IN ANOTHER CITY.     
                    (B)  (APPLICABLE BETWEEN CANADA AND PUERTO RICO/VIRGIN     
                         ISLANDS.)  THE NOTIFICATION BETWEEN OFFICES OF A     
                         CARRIER OR BETWEEN CARRIERS THAT A PERSON IN ONE     
                         LOCATION HAS PURCHASED AND REQUESTED ISSUANCE OF     
                         PREPAID TRANSPORTATION AS DESCRIBED IN THE AUTHORITY TO     
                         ANOTHER PERSON IN ANOTHER LOCATION.     
                    PRICING UNIT MEANS A PORTION OF A JOURNEY SUBJECT TO PRICING     
                    AND TICKETING INDEPENDENT OF THE     
                    REMAINDER OF THE JOURNEY.  IN THE CASE WHERE A PORTION OR     
                    PORTIONS OF A JOURNEY ARE NOT SUBJECT TO INDEPENDENT PRICING     
                    AND TICKETING, SUCH JOURNEY SHALL BE DEEMED TO BE COMPRISED     
                    OF A SINGLE PRICING UNIT.     
                     PROPELLER AIRCRAFT  (APPLICABLE BETWEEN CANADA AND PUERTO     
                     RICO/VIRGIN ISLANDS.)  MEANS THE FOLLOWING AIRCRAFT (AND     
                     ALL SERIES THEREOF): AERO COMMANDER 500B, BEECHCRAFT 99,     
                     BOEINGVERTOL 107, BRITTANIA, CD-2 GAF N22-B/N 24-A NOMAD,     
                     CESSNA 180, CESSNA 185, CESSNA 402, CESSNA TITAN 404,     
                     CV-240, CV-340, CV-440, CV-540, CV-580, CV-600, CV-640,     
                     DC-3, DC-4, DC-6, DC-7, DEHAVILLAND DHC-2, DEHAVILLAND      
                     DHC-6, ELECTRA, F-27, FH-227, GRUMMAN G-21, GRUMMAN G-73,     
                     G-21A TURBO GOOSE, HP HERALD L-188, L-749, L-1049, L-1649,     
                     M-202, M-404, NORD-262, NORD M-298, PILATUS PORTER PC6/350,      
                     PILATUS PORTER PC6/A, PA-18, PIPER AZTEC, PIPER NAVAJO,     
                     SHORT-HARLAND SC-7, SHORT SKYVAN, SIKORSKY S-55, SIKORSKY     
                     S-58-C, SIKORSKY S-61, SIKORSKY S-62-A, SUPER CATALINA PBY,      
                     SWEARINGEN METRO (GA226), TWIN OTTER VANGUARD, VISCOUNT,     
                     WESTLAND SR-N5 AND YS-11.     
                     PROPORTIONAL FARE:  SEE "ARBITRARY"     
                     REBOOKING - MEANS CHANGE IN DATE/TIME OF RESERVATION OR     
                     OTHER CHANGE NOT REQUIRING TICKET REISSUANCE.     
                     REISSUE MEANS ANY CHANGE TO A VALIDATED TICKET REQUIRING A     
                     REPLACEMENT TICKET BE ISSUED, INCLUDING BUT NOT LIMITED TO     
                     THE FOLLOWING:  UPGRADE/DOWNGRADE/ADDITIONAL     
                     COUPONS/INCREASE IN FARE.     
                     REROUTE MEANS A CHANGE OF ROUTING, FARE, CARRIERS, CLASS OF     
                     SERVICE, FLIGHT, OR DATE FROM THAT ORIGINALLY PROVIDED FOR     
                     ON THE TICKET.  (NOT APPLICABLE TO OPEN TICKETS).     
                     RESIDENT - MEANS A PERSON NORMALLY LIVING IN A COUNTRY OF     
                     WHICH HE MAY/MAY NOT BE A CITIZEN.     
                     REVALIDATION IS ANY CHANGE IN RESERVATIONS OF FLIGHT WHICH     
                     CAN BE MADE WITH A REVALIDATION STICKER.     
                     ROUND THE WORLD MEANS A CIRCLE TRIP OF CONTINUOUS EASTBOUND     
                     OR WESTBOUND TRAVEL VIA BOTH THE ATLANTIC AND PACIFIC     
                     OCEANS, COMMENCING AND RETURNING TO THE SAME POINT.     
                     ROUND TRIP MEANS TRAVEL FROM ONE POINT AND RETURN TO THE      
                     SAME POINT COMPRISED OF NO MORE THAN TWO FARE COMPONENTS,     
                     FOR WHICH THE SAME MILEAGE SURCHARGE AND/OR HIGHER     
                     INTERMEDIATE POINT CITY PAIR APPLIES TO BOTH THE OUTBOUND     
                     AND RETURN FARE COMPONENTS.  CLASS OF SERVICE, SEASONALITY,     
                     MIDWEEK AND WEEKEND FARE DIFFERENCES ARE NOT CONSIDERED IN     
                     THE APPLICATION OF THIS DEFINITION.  THIS DEFINITION DOES     
                     NOT APPLY TO ROUND THE WORLD JOURNEYS.     
                    ROUTING MEANS THE CARRIER(S) AND/OR THE CITIES AND/OR CLASS     

                    OF SERVICE AND/OR TYPE OF AIRCRAFT (JET OR PROPELLER) VIA     
                    WHICH TRANSPORTATION IS PROVIDED BETWEEN TWO POINTS.     
                    SCANDINAVIA MEANS THE AREA COMPRISING DENMARK, NORWAY AND     
                    SWEDEN.     
                    SCHOOL YEAR MEANS A PERIOD OF 12 CONSECUTIVE MONTHS LESS      
                    WHATEVER INTERRUPTIONS FOR VACATIONS ARE NORMALLY GRANTED BY     
                    THE EDUCATION ESTABLISHMENT AT WHICH THE STUDENT IS     
                    ENROLLED; PROVIDED THAT, WHERE THE OFFICIAL SCHOLASTIC YEAR     
                    IS LESS THAN 12 MONTHS, "SCHOOL YEAR" SHALL MEAN NOT LESS     
                    THAN 6 MONTHS PERIOD LESS WHATEVER INTERRUPTIONS FOR     
                    VACATIONS ARE NORMALLY GRANTED AT THE EDUCATIONAL     
                    ESTABLISHMENT AT WHICH THE STUDENT IS ENROLLED.     
                    SECTOR - MEANS CONTINUOUS TRANSPORTATION FROM ORIGIN OF A     
                    TICKET OR PRICING UNIT TO THE SUBSEQUENT STOPOVER OR FARE     
                    CONSTRUCTION POINT; FROM ANY STOPOVER OR FARE CONSTRUCTION     
                    POINT TO THE NEXT STOPOVER OR FARE CONSTRUCTION POINT; OR     
                    FROM THE STOPOVER OR FARE CONSTRUCTION POINT PRECEDING THE     
                    DESTINATION OF THE TICKET OR PRICING UNIT TO SUCH POINT.     
                    SEGMENT - MEANS THAT TRANSPORTATION ON A PASSENGER TICKET     
                    COVERED BY A SINGLE FLIGHT COUPON.     
                    SELECTED CARRIER MEANS THE CARRIER WHOSE BAGGAGE RULES     
                    APPLY TO THE ENTIRE ITINERARY.     
                    SELECTING CARRIER MEANS THE CARRIER WHOSE DESIGNATOR CODE     
                    IS IDENTIFIED ON THE FIRST FLIGHT SEGMENT OF THE PASSENGERS     
                    TICKET AT THE BEGINNING OF AN INTERLINE ITINERARY ISSUED ON     
                    A SINGLE TICKET WHOSE ORIGIN OR ULTIMATE DESTINATION IS     
                    CANADA.     
                    SELF-RELIANT PASSENGER MEANS ANY PASSENGER WHO IS     
                    INDEPENDENT, SELF-SUFFICIENT, CAPABLE OF CARING FOR ALL     
                    PHYSICAL NEEDS DURING FLIGHT OR DURING AN EMERGENCY     
                    EVACULATION OR DECOMPRESSION; AND WHO REQUIRES NO SPECIAL OR      
                    UNUSUAL ON-BOARD ATTENTION BEYOND THAT AFFORDED TO THE     
                    GENERAL PUBLIC, EXCEPT WHO MAY REQUIRE ASSISTANCE IN     
                    BOARDING AND/OR DEPLANING THE AIRCRAFT.     
                    SHORTEST OPERATED MILEAGE (SOMS) MEANS THE SHORTEST DISTANCE     
                    USING NON-STOP SECTOR MILEAGES BETWEEN ANY PAIRS OF POINTS     
                    SPECIFIED IN THE IATA MILEAGE MANUAL.     
                    SIDE TRIP MEANS A ROUND TRIP, CIRCLE TRIP, ONE WAY OR OPEN     
                    JAW JOURNEY TO AND OR FROM THE SAME EN ROUTE POINT OF A FARE     
                    COMPONENT.  WHEN A FARE FOR A SIDE TRIP IS CHARGED     
                    SEPARATELY, APPLY THE PROVISIONS OF FARES FOR ROUND TRIPS,     
                    CIRCLE TRIPS, ONE WAY AND OPEN JAW TRIPS.     
                    SINGLE OPEN JAW TRIP MEANS TRAVEL THAT IS ESSENTIALLY OF A     
                    ROUND TRIP NATURE, EXCEPT THAT THE OUTWARD POINT OF ARRIVAL     
                    AND INWARD POINT OF DEPARTURE ARE NOT THE SAME OR THE     
                    OUTWARD POINT OF DEPARTURE AND INWARD POINT OF ARRIVAL ARE     
                    NOT THE SAME.     
                    SINGLE TICKET MEANS A DOCUMENT THAT PERMITS TRAVEL FROM     
                    ORIGIN TO DESTINATION.  IT MAY INCLUDE INTERLINE/     
                    CODESHARE AND INTRA-LINE SEGMENTS.  IT MAY ALSO INCLUDE     
                    END-TO-END COMBINATIONS (I.E. STAND ALONE FARES THAT CAN     
                    BE BOUGHT SEPARATELY BUT COMBINED TOGETHER TO FORM ONE     
                    PRICE).     
                    SOUTH AMERICA MEANS THE AREA COMPRISING ARGENTINA, BOLIVIA,     
                    BRAZIL, CHILE, COLOMBIA, ECUADOR, FRENCH GUIANA, GUYANA,     
                    PANAMA, PARAGUAY, PERU, SURINAM, URUGUAY AND VENEZUELA.     
                    SOUTH ASIAN SUBCONTINENT MEANS THE AREA COMPRISING     
                    AFGHANISTAN, BANGLADESH, BHUTAN, INDIA, NEPAL, PAKISTAN,     
                    MALDIVES AND SRI LANKA.     
                    SOUTH EAST ASIA MEANS BRUNEI DARUSSALAM, CAMBODIA, CHINA     
                    (EXCLUDING HONG KONG SAR AND MACAO SAR), CHINESE TAIPEI,      
                    GUAM, HONG KONG SAR, INDONESIA, KAZAKHSTAN, KYRGYZSTAN,     
                    LAOS, MACAO SAR, MALAYSIA, MARSHALL ISLANDS, MICRONESIA,     
                    MYANMAR, NORTHERN MARIANA ISLANDS, MONGOLIA, PALAU,     
                    PHILIPPINES,     
                    RUSSIAN FEDERATION (EAST OF THE URALS), SINGAPORE,     
                    TAJIKISTAN, THAILAND, {N}TIMOR LESTE, TURKMENISTAN,     
                    UZBEKISTAN AND VIET NAM.     
                    SOUTH PACIFIC MEANS THE AREA COMPRISING OF ALL ROUTES     
                    BETWEEN POINTS IN THE U.S./CANADA ON THE ONE HAND AND POINTS     
                    IN THE SOUTHWEST PACIFIC ON THE OTHER HAND VIA THE PACIFIC     
                    OCEAN.     
                    SOUTHERN AFRICA MEANS POINTS WITHIN AFRICA COMPRISED OF     
                    BOTSWANA, LESOTHO, MOZAMBIQUE, NAMIBIA, SOUTH AFRICA AND     
                    SWAZILAND.     
                    SOUTHWEST PACIFIC MEANS THAT AREA COMPRISED OF AMERICAN     
                    SAMOA, AUSTRALIA, COOK ISLANDS, FIJI ISLANDS, FRENCH     
                    POLYNESIA, GILBERT AND ELLICO ISLANDS, KIRIBATI, LOYALTY     
                    ISLANDS, NAURA, NEW CALEDONIA, NEW HERBRIDES, NEW ZEALAND,     
                    NIUE, PAPUA NEW GUINEA, PITCAIRN ISLAND, SAMOAN ISLANDS,     
                    SOLOMON ISLANDS, TONGA, TUVALU, VANUATU AND WALLIS AND     
                    FUTUNA ISLANDS.     
                    SPECIAL DRAWING RIGHT MEANS A SPECIAL UNIT OF CURRENCY, THE     
                    CURRENCY VALUES OF WHICH FLUCTUATE AND ARE RECALCULATED EACH     
                    BANKING DAY.  THESE VALUES ARE KNOWN TO MOST COMMERCIAL     
                    BANKS AND ARE REPORTED IN SOME NEWSPAPERS AND IN THE IMF     
                    SURVEY, PUBLISHED WEEKLY BY THE INTERNATIONAL MONETARY FUND,     
                    WASHINGTON, D.C.  20431.     
                    SPECIAL FARE MEANS A FARE OTHER THAN A NORMAL FARE.     
                    STOPOVER MEANS (NOT APPLICABLE BETWEEN POINTS IN CANADA AND     
                    POINTS IN U.S./PUERTO RICO/VIRGIN ISLANDS) A DELIBERATE     
                    INTERRUPTION OF A JOURNEY AT AN INTERMEDIATE POINT FROM     
                    WHICH THE PASSENGER IS NOT SCHEDULED TO DEPART WITHIN 24     
                    HOURS OF ARRIVAL.  (APPLICABLE BETWEEN POINTS IN CANADA AND     
                    POINTS     
                    IN U.S./PUERTO RICO/VIRGIN ISLANDS) A STOPOVER WILL OCCUR     
                    WHEN PASSENGER ARRIVES AT AN INTERMEDIATE OR TRANSFER POINT     
                    AND FAILS TO DEPART FROM SUCH POINT ON THE FIRST FLIGHT ON     
                    WHICH SPACE IS AVAILABLE, OR THE FLIGHT THAT WILL PROVIDE     
                    FOR THE PASSENGER'S EARLIEST ARRIVAL AT     
                    INTERMEDIATE/TRANSFER/DESTINATION POINT(S), VIA THE CLASS OF     
                    SERVICE AND CARRIER AS SHOWN ON THE PASSENGER'S TICKET,     
                    HOWEVER, IN NO EVENT WILL A STOPOVER OCCUR WHEN THE     
                    PASSENGER DEPARTS FROM THE INTERMEDIATE POINT ON A FLIGHT     
                    DEPARTING WITHIN FOUR HOURS AFTER ARRIVAL.     
                    SUMMARY PAGE AT THE END OF AN ONLINE PURCHASE IS A PAGE ON A     
                    CARRIER'S WEB SITE WHICH SUMMARIZES THE DETAILS OF A TICKET     
                    PURCHASE TRANSACTION JUST AFTER THE PASSENGER HAS AGREED TO     
                    PURCHASE THE TICKET FROM THE CARRIER AND HAS PROVIDED A FORM     
                    OF PAYMENT.     
                    SURFACE SECTOR - MEANS A SECTOR BETWEEN TWO INTERMEDIATE     
                    POINTS OF A FARE COMPONENT WHERE TRAVEL IS VIA OTHER THAN     
                    AIR TRANSPORTATION.  IN THE CASE OF A MILEAGE FARE, THE     
                    TICKETED POINT MILEAGE BETWEEN THE ORIGIN AND THE     
                    DESTINATION OF THE SURFACE SECTOR IS INCLUDED IN THE TPM     
                    CALCULATION OF THE THROUGH FARE COMPONENT.  IN THE CASE OF A     
                    ROUTING FARE, BOTH THE ORIGIN AND DESTINATION POINTS OF THE     
                    SURFACE SECTOR MUST BE ON THE SPECIFIED ROUTING OF THE FARE.     
                    TRANSPORTATION OVER THE SURFACE SECTOR IS COVERED BY THE     
                    THROUGH FARE COMPONENT.     
                    THROUGH FARE MEANS A FARE APPLICABLE FOR TRAVEL BETWEEN TWO     
                    CONSECUTIVE FARE CONSTRUCTION POINTS VIA AN INTERMEDIATE     
                    POINT(S).     
                    TICKET MEANS THE "PASSENGER TICKET AND BAGGAGE CHECK,"     
                    INCLUDING ALL FLIGHT, PASSENGER AND OTHER COUPONS THEREIN,     
                    ISSUED BY CARRIER, WHICH PROVIDE FOR THE CARRIAGE OF THE     
                    PASSENGER AND HIS BAGGAGE.     
                    TICKETED POINT - MEANS ANY POINT SHOWN IN THE 'GOOD FOR     
                    PASSAGE' SECTION OF THE PASSENGER TICKET PLUS ANY OTHER     
                    POINT(S) USED FOR FARE CONSTRUCTION AND SHOWN IN THE 'FARE     
                    CONSTRUCTION BOX' OF THE PASSENGER TICKET; PROVIDED THAT TWO     
                    FLIGHT NUMBERS OF TWO CARRIERS SUCH AS FOR AN INTERCHANGER     
                    FLIGHT WILL NOT BE PERMITTED ON ONE FLIGHT COUPON.     
                    TRANSATLANTIC SEGMENT MEANS THAT PORTION OF TRAVEL COVERED     
                    BY A SINGLE FLIGHT COUPON FROM THE POINT     
                    OF DEPARTURE IN AREA NO. 1 TO THE POINT OF ARRIVAL IN AREA     
                    NO. 2 OR AREA NO. 3 AND VICE VERSA.     
                    TRANSFER MEANS A CHANGE FROM THE SERVICE OF ONE CARRIER TO     
                    ANOTHER SERVICE OF THE SAME CARRIER (ONLINE TRANSFER) OR TO     
                    THE SERVICE OF ANOTHER CARRIER (INTERLINE TRANSFER).     
                    TRANSIT POINT MEANS ANY STOP AT AN INTERMEDIATE POINT ON THE      
                    ROUTE TO BE TRAVELLED (WHETHER OR NOT A CHANGE OF PLANES IS     
                    MADE) WHICH DOES NOT FALL WITHIN THE DEFINITION OF A     
                    STOPOVER.     
                    TRANSPACIFIC SEGMENT MEANS THE PORTION OF TRAVEL COVERED BY     
                    A SINGLE FLIGHT COUPON FROM THE POINT OF     
                    DEPARTURE IN AREA 1 TO THE POINT OF ARRIVAL IN AREA 3 AND     
                    VICE VERSA EXCEPT FOR A PORTION OF TRAVEL COVERED BY A     
                    SINGLE FLIGHT COUPON BETWEEN A POINT IN NORTH AMERICA AND A     
                    POINT IN THE SOUTH ASIAN SUB-CONTINENT.     
                    TRUST TERRITORY MEANS THE AREA COMPRISING THE CAROLINE     
                    ISLANDS, MARIANA ISLANDS AND MARSHALL ISLANDS.     
                    ULTIMATE TICKETED DESTINATION MEANS IN SITUATIONS WHERE A     
                    PASSENGER'S ORIGIN IS A NON-CANADIAN POINT THE ITINERARY     
                    INCLUDES AT LEAST ONE STOP IN CANADA, AS WELL AS AT LEAST ON     
                    STOP OUTSIDE OF CANADA.  IF THE STOP IN CANADA IS THE     
                    FARTHEST CHECKED POINT AND THE STOPOVER IS MORE THAN 24     
                    HOURS, THE AGENCY WOULD CONSIDER THE ULTIMATE TICKETED     
                    DESTINATION TO BE CANADA.     
                    UNCHECKED BAGGAGE WHICH IS EQUIVALENT TO HAND LUGGAGE, IS     
                    BAGGAGE OTHER THAN CHECKED BAGGAGE.     
                    UNITED KINGDOM OR U.K. MEANS ENGLAND, SCOTLAND, WALES,     
                    NORTHERN IRELAND, CHANNEL ISLANDS AND ISLE OF MAN.     
                    "UNITED STATES OF AMERICA" OR THE "UNITED STATES" OR THE     
                    "U.S.A." EACH MEANS, UNLESS OTHERWISE SPECIFIED, THE AREA     
                    COMPRISING THE 48 CONTIGUOUS FEDERATED STATES, THE FEDERAL     
                    DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA, ALASKA, HAWAII, PUERTO RICO, THE U.S.     
                    VIRGIN ISLANDS, AMERICAN SAMOA, THE CANAL ZONE, GUAM, MIDWAY     
                    AND WAKE ISLANDS.     
                    UNITED STATES DEPARTMENT OF DEFENSE MEANS THE U.S.     
                    DEPARTMENTS OF THE ARMY, NAVY, AND AIR FORCE AND THE U.S.     
                    MARINE CORPS.     
                    U.S. TERRITORIES MEANS THE OVERSEAS TERRITORIES OF THE     
                    UNITED STATES OF AMERICA INCLUDING:  AMERICA SAMOA, BAKER     
                    ISLANDS, GUAM, HOWLAND ISLAND, JARVIS ISLAND, JOHNSTON     
                    ATOLL, KINGMAN REEF, MIDWAY ISLAND, NORTHERN MARIANA     
                    ISLANDS, PUERTO RICO, SAIPAN, SWAINS ISLAND, PACIFIC TRUST     
                    TERRITORIES, PALMYRA ISLANDS, PANAMA CANAL ZONE, U.S. VIRGIN     
                    ISLANDS AND WAKE ISLANDS.     
                    VALIDATE MEANS TO STAMP OR WRITE ON THE PASSENGER TICKET AN     
                    INDICATION THAT THE PASSENGER TICKET HAS BEEN OFFICIALLY     
                    ISSUED BY CARRIER.     
                    VIRGIN ISLANDS MEANS THE VIRGIN ISLANDS OF THE U.S., WHICH     
                    ARE:  ST. CROIX, ST. JOHN AND ST. THOMAS.     
                    WEST AFRICA MEANS POINTS WITHIN AFRICA, COMPRISED OF ANGOLA,     
                    BENIN, BURKINA FASO, CAMEROON, CAPE VERDE ISLANDS, CENTRAL     
                    AFRICAN REPUBLIC, CHAD, CONGO REPUBLIC, COTE D'IVOIRE,     
                    DEMOCRATIC REPUBLIC OF THE CONGO, EQUATORIAL GUINEA, GABON,     
                    GAMBIA, GHANA, GUINEA, GUINEA BISSAU, LIBERIA, MALI,     
                    MAURITANIA, NIGER, NIGERIA, SAO TOME AND PRINCIPE, SENEGAL,     
                    SIERRA LEONE AND TOGO.     
                    WESTBOUND MEANS TRAVEL FROM A POINT IN AREA NOS. 2 OR 3 TO A     
                    POINT IN AREA NO. L VIA THE ATLANTIC OCEAN OR TRAVEL FROM A     
                    POINT IN AREA NO. L TO A POINT IN AREA NOS. 2 OR 3 VIA THE     
                    PACIFIC OCEAN.     
                    WESTERN HEMISPHERE MEANS THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA,     
                    CANADA, GREENLAND, MEXICO, CENTRAL AND SOUTH AMERICA,     
                    BERMUDA, BAHAMAS AND THE ISLANDS OF THE CARIBBEAN SEA.     
                    WINDWARD ISLANDS MEANS THE ISLANDS OF CARRIACOU, DOMINICA,     
                    GRENADA, MUSTIQUE, PALM ISLAND, ST.     
                    LUCIA, ST. VINCENT, UNION ISLAND.     
            

 


      AREA: ZZ TARIFF: IPRG    CXR: AA  RULE: 0002     
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            TITLE/APPLICATION - 70     
            
               A    STANDARD FORMAT OF ELECTRONIC RULES     
             
                    RULE TITLE/APPLICATION (CATEGORY **)     
                    THIS CATEGORY CONTAINS THE RULE TITLE AND DEFINES THE     
                    APPLICATION OF THE RULE.  IT INDICATES THE GEOGRAPHICAL     
                    APPLICATION OF THE RULE, TYPE OF SERVICE (FIRST, COACH,     
                    ETC.), TYPE OF TRANSPORTATION (ONE WAY OR ROUND TRIP), TYPE     
                    OF JOURNEY AND/OR PRICING UNIT (SINGLE OPEN JAW, ROUND     
                    TRIP, ETC.) AND APPLICABILITY FOR USE WITH JOINT FARES,     
                    TOUR FARES AND GROUP FARES. PROVISIONS FOR CAPACITY     
                    LIMITATIONS, GENERAL RULES WHICH ARE NOT APPLICABLE     
                    AND MISCELLANEOUS INFORMATION WHICH ARE NOT CATEGORY     
                    SPECIFIC WILL ALSO APPEAR HERE.  THIS CATEGORY WILL APPEAR     
                    WITH EVERY RULE CONTAINING AT LEAST THE RULE     
                    TITLE.     
            
            ELIGIBILITY - 71     
            
               A    ELIGIBILITY (CATEGORY 1)     
                    INTENTIONALLY LEFT BLANK     
            
            DAY/TIME - 72     
            
               A    DAY/TIME (CATEGORY 2)     
                    DAY OF WEEK APPLICATION     
                    (1)  UNLESS OTHERWISE SPECIFIED, "MIDWEEK" (X) FARES ARE     
                         VALID FOR TRAVEL MONDAY, TUESDAY, WEDNESDAY AND     
                         THURSDAY ONLY.     
                    (2)  UNLESS OTHERWISE SPECIFIED, "WEEKEND" (W) FARES ARE     
                         VALID FOR TRAVEL FRIDAY, SATURDAY, AND SUNDAY ONLY.     
                    (3)  THE DATE OF TRAVEL ON THE TRANSATLANTIC/TRANSPACIFIC     
                         FLIGHT SEGMENT SHALL DETERMINE THE DAY OF WEEK     
                         APPLICATION TO BE CHARGED.     
                    (4)  (APPLICABLE TO WESTERN HEMISPHERE FARES)     
                         (A) (APPLICABLE BETWEEN U.S./CANADA AND     
                         MEXICO/CARIBBEAN/CENTRAL AMERICA/SOUTH AMERICA) UNLESS     
                         STATED OTHERWISE, THE DATE OF COMMENCEMENT OF EACH     
                         INTERNATIONAL FLIGHT SEGMENT BETWEEN UNITED     
                         STATES/CANADA AND MEXICO/CARIBBEAN/CENTRAL     
                         AMERICA/SOUTH AMERICA SHALL DETERMINE THE APPLICABLE     
                         MIDWEEK OR WEEKEND FARE.     
                         EXCEPTION: (APPLICABLE BETWEEN POINTS IN UNITED     
                                STATES/CANADA AND THE CARIBBEAN WHEN TRAVEL IS     
                                VIA SJU)  THE FIRST INTERNATIONAL FLIGHT SEGMENT     
                                MEANS THE SECTOR FROM THE LAST POINT OF     
                                DEPARTURE IN THE CONTINENTAL U.S./CANADA TO     
                                SJU OR VICE VERSA.     
                         (B)  (ALL OTHER WESTERN HEMISPHERE FARES)     
                              THE FIRST INTERNATIONAL FLIGHT BETWEEN SUB-AREAS     
                              WILL DETERMINE THE APPLICABLE MIDWEEK OR WEEKEND     
                              FARE.     
                         (5)  FOR FARE COMPONENTS INVOLVING TRAVEL VIA BOTH     
                              ATLANTIC AND PACIFIC OCEANS, THE DATE OF TRAVEL     
                              ON THE FIRST TRANSOCEANIC FLIGHT SEGMENT SHALL     
                              DETERMINE THE DAY OF WEEK APPLICATION TO BE     
                              CHARGED, BASED UPON THE DIRECTION OF THE FARE     
                              COMPONENT.     
            
            SEASONALITY - 73     
            
               A    SEASONALITY (CATEGORY 3)     
                    (1)  FARES APPLY ALL YEAR, EXCEPT WHEN DESIGNATED AS THE     
                         SEASONS SHOWN THEREIN (SEE THE TABLE WITHIN THE RULES,     
                         WHEN APPLICABLE).     
                    (2)  THE DATE OF COMMENCEMENT OF THE OUTBOUND TRANSOCEANIC     
                         SEGMENT SHALL DETERMINE THE SEASONAL FARE TO BE     
                         CHARGED ROUND TRIP, EXCEPT AS SPECIFIED IN     
                         EACH INDIVIDUAL RULE. WHERE COUNTRY OF ARRIVAL     
                         AND DEPARTURE DIFFER, THE CORRECT SEASONAL FARE     
                         TO BE CHARGED FOR THE INBOUND PORTION OF AN OPEN JAW     
                         OR CIRCLE TRIP IS ALSO DETERMINED BY THE DATE OF THE     
                         OUTBOUND TRANSOCEANIC SEGMENT. FOR EXAMPLE, WHEN THE     
                         OUTBOUND TRANSOCEANIC SEASON IS BASIC BUT THAT SAME     
                         DATE FALLS WITHIN THE PEAK SEASON FOR THE COUNTRY     
                         FROM WHICH THE PASSENGER RETURNS, THE CORRECT FARE     
                         TO BE CHARGED IS:  50 PERCENT OF THE BASIC FARE     
                         OUTBOUND AND 50 PERCENT OF THE PEAK FARE INBOUND.     
                    (3)  (APPLICABLE TO WESTERN HEMISPHERE FARES)  UNLESS     
                         OTHERWISE STATED, THE DATE OF COMMENCEMENT OF     
                         OUTBOUND TRAVEL ON THE FIRST INTERNATIONAL FLIGHT     
                         SEGMENT BETWEEN UNITED STATES/CANADA AND THE     
                         CARIBBEAN/MEXICO/CENTRAL AMERICA/SOUTH AMERICA SHALL     
                         DETERMINE THE RESPECTIVE ROUND TRIP SEASONAL LEVEL TO     
                         BE APPLIED.  (SEE NOTE IN DAY/TIME (CATEGORY 2))     
            
            FLIGHT APPLICATION - 74     
            
               A    FLIGHT APPLICATION (CATEGORY 4)     
                    INTENTIONALLY LEFT BLANK     
            
            ADVANCE RES/TICKETING - 75     
            
               A    ADVANCE RESERVATIONS/TICKETING (CATEGORY 5)     
                    (1)  RESERVATIONS     
                         (A)  IF NO PROVISIONS ARE INCLUDED IN THE INDIVIDUAL     
                              FARE RULE, RESERVATIONS MAY BE MADE ANY TIME PRIOR     
                              TO DEPARTURE OF A DESIRED FLIGHT, SUBJECT TO     
                              AVAILABILITY OF SPACE.     
                         (B)  UNLESS OTHERWISE PROVIDED IN THE INDIVIDUAL FARE     
                              RULE, ANY ADVANCE RESERVATION REQUIREMENT IN THIS     
                              PARAGRAPH REFERS TO THE NUMBER OF DAYS PRIOR TO     
                              THE DATE OF COMMENCEMENT OF TRAVEL (FROM POINT OF     
                              ORIGIN) THAT RESERVATIONS MUST BE CONFIRMED.  THE     
                              ACTUAL DATE OF DEPARTURE IS NOT INCLUDED IN     
                              COUNTING THE ADVANCE RESERVATION REQUIREMENT.     
                         (C)  IF THE FARE HAS AN ADVANCE RESERVATIONS     
                              REQUIREMENT FOR ALL SEGMENTS, THE WAITLIST     
                              SEGMENTS MAY NOT BE RETAINED BEYOND THE     
                              RESERVATION DEADLINE.     
                    (2)  PAYMENT AND TICKETING     
                         (A)  THE PURCHASE OF A PREPAID TICKET ADVICE     
                              CONSTITUTES THE PURCHASE OF A TICKET TO MEET THE      
                              SPECIAL RESERVATIONS AND TICKET REQUIREMENTS, BUT     
                              NOT THE ISSUANCE OF A TICKET.  THEREFORE, ANY     
                              PROVISION OUTLINED IN THE RULE FOR TICKETS SHALL      
                              APPLY TO PTAS.  THE PLACE OF TICKET ISSUANCE WILL     
                              BE DETERMINED BY THE LOCATION WHERE THE TICKET IS     
                              PHYSICALLY GENERATED.     
                         (B)  IF NO PROVISIONS ARE INCLUDED IN THE INDIVIDUAL     
                              FARE RULE, OR THE RULE STATES "PRIOR TO     
                              DEPARTURE", THEN PAYMENT/TICKETING MAY BE     
                              COMPLETED ANY TIME PRIOR TO DEPARTURE FROM POINT     
                              OF ORIGIN.     
                         (C)  ANY ADVANCE PAYMENT/TICKETING REQUIREMENTS STATED     
                              IN THIS PARAGRAPH REFER TO THE NUMBER OF DAYS      
                              PRIOR TO THE DATE OF COMMENCEMENT OF TRAVEL THAT     
                              PAYMENT/TICKETING MUST BE COMPLETED.     
                              THE ACTUAL DATE OF DEPARTURE IS NOT INCLUDED IN     
                              COUNTING THE ADVANCE PAYMENT/TICKETING     
                              REQUIREMENT.     
                    (3)  {CANCELLED}     
            
            MINIMUM STAY - 76     
            
               A    MINIMUM STAY (CATEGORY 6)     
                    (APPLICABLE TO ROUND TRIP FARES ONLY)     
                    UNLESS OTHERWISE STATED IN THE INDIVIDUAL FARE RULE,     
                    RETURN TRAVEL MAY BEGIN AT ANY TIME AND PASSENGER     
                    WILL BE ALLOWED TO TRAVEL WITHIN THE NORMAL VALIDITY     
                    OF THE TICKET WHICH IS ONE YEAR FROM THE DATE     
                    ON WHICH TRAVEL COMMENCES FROM THE POINT OF JOURNEY     
                    ORIGIN.  THE FOLLOWING GENERAL RULE SHALL APPLY IN     
                    DETERMINING MINIMUM STAY REQUIREMENTS.     
                    (1)  (APPLICABLE TO TRANSATLANTIC/TRANSPACIFIC AND     
                         ATLANTIC-PACIFIC FARES)     
                         MINIMUM STAY MEANS THE AMOUNT OF TIME REQUIRED BEFORE     
                         THE COMMENCMENT OF THE LAST TRANSOCEANIC SECTOR,     
                         CALCULATED AFTER THE DATE OF COMMENCEMENT OF THE FIRST     
                         OUTBOUND TRANSOCEANIC SECTOR OF THE PRICING UNIT.     
                    (2)  (APPLICABLE TO WESTERN HEMISPHERE TRAVEL)     
                         MINIMUM STAY MEANS THAT TRAVEL FROM THE LAST STOPOVER     
                         POINT TO THE FINAL DESTINATION MUST NOT COMMENCE PRIOR     
                         TO THE REQUIRED NUMBER OF DAYS AFTER THE DATE OF     
                         COMMENCEMENT OF OUTBOUND TRAVEL FROM THE POINT OF     
                         ORIGIN OF THE PRICING UNIT.     
             
            MAXIMUM STAY - 77     
            
               A    MAXIMUM STAY (CATEGORY 7)     
                    (APPLICABLE TO ROUND TRIP FARES ONLY)     
                    UNLESS OTHERWISE STATED IN THE INDIVIDUAL FARE RULE,     
                    RETURN TRAVEL MAY BEGIN AT ANY TIME AND PASSENGER WILL     
                    BE ALLOWED TO TRAVEL WITHIN THE NORMAL VALIDITY OF THE     
                    TICKET WHICH IS ONE YEAR FROM THE DATE TRAVEL COMMENCES     
                    FROM THE POINT OF JOURNEY ORIGIN. THE FOLLOWING GENERAL     
                    RULE SHALL APPLY IN DETERMINING MAXIMUM STAY LIMITATIONS.     
                    MAXIMUM STAY MEANS RETURN TRAVEL ON THE LAST CONTINUOUS     
                    SECTOR MUST COMMENCE BY MIDNIGHT OF THE REQUIRED NUMBER OF     
                    DAYS AFTER THE DATE OF COMMENCEMENT OF TRAVEL FROM THE POINT     
                    OF ORIGIN OF THE PRICING UNIT.     
            
            STOPOVERS - 78     
            
               A    STOPOVERS (CATEGORY 8)     
                    (A)  STOPOVERS     
                         (1) STOPOVERS WILL BE PERMITTED UNDER THE FOLLOWING     
                             CONDITIONS:     
                             (A)  STOPOVERS MUST BE ARRANGED IN ADVANCE AND     
                                  SPECIFIED ON THE TICKET.     
                             (B)  STOPOVERS WILL BE PERMITTED AT ANY POINT     
                                  WHICH CAN BE INCLUDED IN AN ITINERARY     
                                  CONSTRUCTED EITHER BY THE USE OF A MILEAGE     
                                  SYSTEM OR BASED ON A PUBLISHED ROUTING,     
                                  UNLESS SUCH STOPOVER IS PROHIBITED BY     
                                  RULE 130 (FARES) OR AN INDIVIDUAL FARE RULE.     
                             (C)  EXCEPT AS OTHERWISE PROVIDED STOPOVERS WILL     
                                  BE FREE OF CHARGE.     
                             (D)  ALL FARES PERMIT A STOPOVER AT THE     
                                  POINT OF TURNAROUND AND/OR FARE BREAK POINTS.     
                             (E)  ONLY ONE STOPOVER IS PERMITTED AT ANY     
                                  SINGLE POINT ON THE ITINERARY OF A     
                                  JOURNEY TRAVELLED AT A ONE WAY OR HALF     
                                  ROUND TRIP FARE, UNLESS SUCH STOPOVER IS     
                                  PROHIBITED BY RULE 130 (FARES) OR     
                                  AN INDIVIDUAL FARE RULE.     
                             (F)  THE ARRIVAL AND DEPARTURE POINTS OF A     
                                  SURFACE BREAK WILL BE COUNTED AS ONE STOPOVER.     
                             (G)  THE TERMINAL POINTS OF A SINGLE OPEN JAW     
                                  WILL BE CONSIDERED TO BE THE POINT     
                                  OF TURNAROUND.     
                         (2)  FOR THE PURPOSE OF THIS RULE "STOPOVER" MEANS:     
                              A DELIBERATE INTERRUPTION OF A JOURNEY AT AN     
                              INTERMEDIATE POINT FROM WHICH THE PASSENGER IS     
                              SCHEDULED TO DEPART LATER THAN 24 HOURS AFTER     
                              ARRIVAL.  (LOCAL TIME)     
                    (B)    CHILDREN'S AND INFANTS' FARES     
                           INFANTS'/CHILDREN'S DISCOUNTS APPLY,     
                           TO THE SAME EXTENT AS IN RESPECT OF THE FARE, ON     
                           ANY STOPOVER CHARGE.     
                    (C)    OTHER CONDITIONS     
                           FOR THE DETERMINATION OF FARE RULE APPLICATION AS     
                           SPECIFIED IN CATEGORY 50 - APPLICATION AND OTHER     
                           CONDITIONS OF THIS RULE:  THE FOLLOWING CITIES     
                           WILL BE CONSIDERED THE SAME POINT (CO-TERMINALS):     
                           BWI-WAS, FLL-MIA, OAK-SFO-SJC,     
                           LAX-ONT-BUR-LGB-SNA, NYC-EWR.     
            
            TRANSFERS - 79     
            
               A    TRANSFERS (CATEGORY 9)     
                    UNLESS OTHERWISE SPECIFIED IN AN INDIVIDUAL FARE RULE,     
                    FOR NORMAL FARES UNLIMITED TRANSFERS ARE PERMITTED.     
                    (SEE NOTE A/B/C/D).  FOR OTHER THAN NORMAL FARES THE     
                    FOLLOWING SHALL APPLY:     
                    UNLIMITED AA TO AA TRANSFERS PERMITTED (SEE NOTE A).     
                    ROUTINGS SHALL BE LIMITED TO ONLY TWO TRANSFERS (SEE NOTE     
                    B/C/D.) FOR ANY ONE WAY OR HALF ROUND     
                    TRIP JOURNEY.     
                    NOTE:  FOR THE PURPOSE OF THIS RULE, "TRANSFER" MEANS ANY     
                           POINT AT WHICH THE PASSENGER TRANSFERS FROM:     
                           (A)  GOVERNING CARRIER TO GOVERNING CARRIER - ONLINE.     
                           (B)  OTHER THAN GOVERNING CARRIER TO THE SAME CARRIER     
                                - ONLINE.     
                           (C)  GOVERNING CARRIER TO A DIFFERENT CARRIER OR VICE     
                                VERSA - INTERLINE     
                           (D)  OTHER THAN THE GOVERNING CARRIER TO A DIFFERENT     
                                CARRIER OTHER THAN THE GOVERNING CARRIER -     
                                INTERLINE.     
            
            PERMITTED COMBINATIONS - 80     
            
               K    PERMITTED COMBINATIONS (CATEGORY 10)     
                    (1)  IN THE CASE OF OPEN JAW TRAVEL, THE FARE TO BE CHARGED     
                         FOR THE OPEN JAW SHALL BE THE SUM OF 50 PERCENT OF THE     
                         APPLICABLE ROUND TRIP FARE FOR EACH LEG IN THE OPEN JAW     
                         UNLESS, A PUBLISHED ROUND TRIP INDIVIDUAL FARE RULE     
                         SPECIFIES OTHER PROVISIONS.     
                    (2)  UNLESS OTHERWISE INDICATED THESE FARES MAY NOT BE USED     
                         IN ROUND-THE-WORLD FARE CONSTRUCTION.     
                    (3)  SUBJECT TO INDIVIDUAL FARE RULES, ANY FARE MAY BE     
                         COMBINED WITH ANY OTHER FARE, WHICH BY ITS OWN TERMS IS     
                         COMBINABLE, SUBJECT TO THE CONDITIONS OF RULE 130     
                         (FARES), PROVIDED ALL CONDITIONS OF THE FARE ARE MET.     
                         NOTE:  (APPLICABLE FOR COMBINATION OF SPECIAL FARES)     
                                WHEN COMBINING SPECIAL FARES WITH OTHER TYPES OF     
                                FARES, THE RESTRICTIVE PROVISIONS OF THE SPECIAL     
                                FARE APPLY ONLY TO THE SPECIAL FARE AND NOT TO     
                                ANY OTHER FARE USED IN END ON END COMBINATION.     
                    (4)  UNLESS OTHERWISE RESTRICTED BY THE INDIVIDUAL FARE     
                         RULE, 50 PERCENT OF A SPECIAL ROUNDTRIP FARE     
                         PUBLISHED IN THIS TARIFF MAY BE COMBINED WITH     
                         50 PERCENT OF A SAME TYPE FARE PUBLISHED IN THE     
                         SAME GLOBAL DIRECTION (I.E. TRANSPACIFIC/TRANSATLANTIC/     
                         WESTERN HEMISPHERE) BY ANY CARRIER IN THIS OR ANOTHER     
                         TARIFF.     
                    (5)  ONE HALF OF FARES DESIGNATED AS MIDWEEK MAY BE COMBINED     
                         WITH ONE HALF OF FARES DESIGNATED AS WEEKEND UNLESS     
                         OTHERWISE PROHIBITED BY THE GOVERNING INDIVIDUAL     
                         FARE RULE.     
                    (6)  UNLESS OTHERWISE SPECIFIED THESE FARES MAY NOT BE     
                         COMBINED WITH ARBITRARIES.     
                    (7)  UNLESS RESTRICTED BY THE INDIVIDUAL FARE RULE, ALL     
                         FARES MAY BE COMBINED END ON END WITH ANY ONE WAY     
                         OR ROUND TRIP FARE PERMITTING SUCH COMBINATION.     
                    (8)  UNLESS OTHERWISE SPECIFIED, TRAVEL MUST BE VIA THE FARE     
                         CONSTRUCTION POINT.     
                    (9)  WHEN 50 PERCENT OF A PUBLISHED ROUND TRIP FARE IS     
                         COMBINED WITH ANOTHER FARE, AND THE GOVERNING     
                         INDIVIDUAL FARE RULES DIFFER, THE FOLLOWING WILL     
                         APPLY IN DETERMINING THE MOST RESTRICTIVE CONDITIONS:     
                         (A)  MINIMUM/MAXIMUM STAY     
                               (I)  THE LONGER MINIMUM STAY REQUIREMENT WILL     
                                    APPLY TO THE ENTIRE FARE COMBINATION.     
                              (II)  THE SHORTER MAXIMUM STAY LIMITATION WILL     
                                    APPLY TO THE ENTIRE COMBINATION.     
                         (B)  STOPOVERS     
                              THE STOPOVER RESTRICTION OF EACH FARE WILL APPLY     
                              TO THE APPROPRIATE FARE COMPONENT OVER WHICH THE     
                              FARE IS ASSESSED PROVIDED THAT THE PASSENGER WILL     
                              NOT RECEIVE MORE THAN THE MAXIMUM ALLOWABLE NUMBER     
                              OF STOPS IN THE MOST RESTRICTIVE RULE.     
                              NOTE 1:  APPLICABLE TO NORMAL RESTRICTED     
                                       FIRST/BUSINESS/ECONOMY FARES.  THE     
                                       STOPOVER PROVISION OF EACH FARE SHALL     
                                       APPLY TO TO THE APPROPRIATE SECTOR(S)     
                                       OVER WHICH THE FARE IS ASSESSED.     
                              NOTE 2:  APPLICABLE TO SPECIAL ECONOMY TYPE FARES.     
                                       THE STOPOVER PROVISIONS APPLICABLE     
                                       TO EACH FARE SHALL APPLY TO THE     
                                       APPROPRIATE SECTOR(S) OVER WHICH THE     
                                       FARE IS ASSESSED PROVIDED THAT THE     
                                       PASSENGER WILL NOT RECEIVE MORE THAN     
                                       THE MAXIMUM ALLOWABLE NUMBER OF STOPS     
                                       IN THE MOST RESTRICTIVE RULE.     
                         (C)  RESERVATIONS AND TICKETING     
                               (I)  THE MOST RESTRICTIVE ADVANCE     
                                    RESERVATION/TICKETING REQUIREMENT WILL APPLY     
                                    TO THE ENTIRE FARE COMBINATION.     
                              (II)  IF A DEPOSIT IS REQUIRED IN CONJUNCTION WITH     
                                    THE ADVANCE RESERVATIONS, THE LARGEST     
                                    REQUIREMENT WILL APPLY TO THE ENTIRE FARE     
                                    COMBINATION.     
                         (D)  ROUTING/REROUTING     
                               (I)  THE ROUTING CONDITIONS OF EACH FARE     
                                    IN THE COMBINATION WILL APPLY TO THE     
                                    APPROPRIATE SECTOR(S) OVER WHICH EACH     
                                    SUCH FARE IS ASSESSED.     
                              (II)  THE VOLUNTARY REROUTING CONDITIONS OF THE     
                                    MOST RESTRICTIVE FARE RULE WILL APPLY TO     
                                    THE ENTIRE FARE COMBINATION, INCLUDING     
                                    END-ON COMBINATIONS, EXCEPT WHEN     
                                    COMBINATIONS ARE MADE WITH FARE GOVERNED BY     
                                    VPDR/VPCR, IN WHICH CASE THE REROUTING     
                                    CONDITIONS OF THE INTERNATIONAL FARE RULE     
                                    WILL APPLY.     
                             (III)  THE TRANSFER RESTRICTION OF EACH FARE USED     
                                    WILL APPLY TO THE APPROPRIATE FARE     
                                    SECTOR(S) OVER WHICH THE FARE IS ASSESSED.     
                              (IV)  CHANGE FEES WILL BE COLLECTED BASED UPON     
                                    THE FARE COMPONENT THAT IS BEING CHANGED.     
                                    THIS PROCEDURE APPLIES TO ALL DOMESTIC AND     
                                    INTERNATIONAL FARES: EXCEPT - FOR TRANS-     
                                    PACIFIC AND TRANSATLANTIC WITH AREA 2/AREA     
                                    3 POINTS OF ORIGIN THE MOST RESTRICTIVE     
                                    CONDITION APPLIES.     
                         (E)  CANCELLATION/REFUNDS     
                              THE LARGEST CANCELLATION PENALTY WILL APPLY TO THE     
                              ENTIRE FARE COMBINATION.     
                                (I) (NOT APPLICABLE TO/FROM CANADA)     
                                    THE CONDITION OF A FARE AS WHOLLY     
                                    NONREFUNDABLE DOES NOT CONSTITUTE A     
                                    CANCELLATION PENALTY OF 100 PERCENT.     
                               (II) ANY WHOLLY NONREFUNDABLE FARES USED IN     
                                    COMBINATION WITH OTHER FARES SHALL REMAIN     
                                    WHOLLY NONREFUNDABLE, WHILE ALL OTHER FARES     
                                    IN COMBINATION ON A PRICING UNIT ARE     
                                    SUBJECT TO ASSESSMENT OF THE HIGHEST     
                                    PENALTY OF ALL REMAINING FARES IN THE     
                                    PRICING UNIT, WHETHER DOMESTIC OR     
                                    INTERNATIONAL.     
                              (III) NOTWITHSTANDING THE PROVISIONS OF (E)(I) AND     
                                    (II) ABOVE, WHETHER THE FARE FOR A JOURNEY     
                                    IS CALCULATED USING ONE PRICING UNIT OR     
                                    MULTIPLE PRICING UNITS, ONLY ONE PENALTY     
                                    FOR VOLUNTARY REROUTING SHALL APPLY PER     
                                    TICKETING TRANSACTION.     
                         (F)  DISCOUNTS     
                              THE APPLICABLE DISCOUNTS OF EACH FARE WILL APPLY     
                              TO THE APPROPRIATE FARE COMPONENT(S) OVER WHICH     
                              THE FARE IS ASSESSED.     
                         (G)  WHEN 50 PERCENT OF A PUBLISHED ROUND TRIP FARE IS     
                              COMBINED WITH ANOTHER FARE OR FARES AND TRAVEL     
                              AND/OR TICKETING RESTRICTIONS OR CONDITIONS EXIST     
                              BY VIRTUE OF PUBLISHED EFFECTIVE/DISCONTINUE DATE     
                              ON ANY OR ALL SUCH FARES, SUCH COMBINATIONS MUST     
                              OBSERVE THE MOST RESTRICTIVE OF THOSE CONDITIONS.     
            
            BLACKOUT DATES - 81     
            
               A    BLACKOUT DATES (CATEGORY 11)     
                    RESTRICTED TRAVEL DATES WHEN APPLICABLE, APPLY PER HALF     
                    ROUND TRIP.  NO SEGMENT OF THE TRIP MAY BE FLOWN ON THESE     
                    DAYS.     
            SURCHARGES - 82     
            
               A    SURCHARGES (CATEGORY 12)     
                    (1)  THIS PARAGRAPH WILL INCLUDE ANY SPECIAL SURCHARGES (FOR     
                         EXAMPLE WEEKEND SURCHARGES, HOLIDAY SURCHARGES, ETC.)     
                         WHICH MUST BE ADDED TO THE PUBLISHED FARE.     
                    (2)  THE SURCHARGE PROVISIONS OF EACH FARE SHALL APPLY TO     
                         THE APPROPRIATE SECTOR(S) OVER WHICH THE FARE IS     
                         ASSESSED.     
                    (3)  CHILDREN'S AND INFANTS' FARES     
                         INFANTS' AND CHILDREN'S DISCOUNTS APPLY TO THE SAME     
                         EXTENT AS IN RESPECT OF THE FARE, ON ANY SURCHARGE.     
                         EXCEPTION: CHILDREN AND INFANT DISCOUNTS WILL NOT     
                                    APPLY TO SURCHARGES OR FEES AS PROVIDED IN     
                                    RULE 17,19,63 AND 64.     
            
            ACCOMPANIED TRAVEL - 83     
            
               A    ACCOMPANIED TRAVEL (CATEGORY 13)     
                    INTENTIONALLY LEFT BLANK      
            
            TRAVEL RESTRICTIONS - 84     
            
               A    TRAVEL RESTRICTIONS (CATEGORY 14)     
                    INTENTIONALLY LEFT BLANK     
            
            SALES RESTRICTIONS - 85     
            
               A    SALES RESTRICTIONS (CATEGORY 15)     
                    (1)  UNLESS OTHERWISE SPECIFIED, FARES APPLY ONLY WHEN     
                         TICKETS ARE PURCHASED AT SUCH FARES PRIOR TO     
                         COMMENCEMENT OF TRAVEL.     
                    (2)  THE PURCHASE OF A PREPAID TICKET ADVICE CONSTITUTE THE     
                         PURCHASE OF A TICKET TO MEET THE SPECIAL RESERVATIONS     
                         AND TICKET REQUIREMENTS, BUT NOT THE ISSUANCE OF A     
                         TICKET.  THEREFORE, ANY PROVISION OUTLINED IN THE RULE     
                         FOR TICKETS SHALL APPLY TO PTA'S.  THE PLACE OF TICKET     
                         ISSUANCE WILL BE DETERMINED BY THE LOCATION WHERE THE     
                         TICKET IS PHYSICALLY GENERATED.     
                    (3)  UNLESS OTHERWISE STATED IN THE INDIVIDUAL FARE RULE,     
                         EXTENSION OF TICKET VALIDITY MAY APPLY FOR     
                         DEATH/ILLNESS OF PASSENGER/COMPANION/IMMEDIATE FAMILY     
                         MEMBER.  REFER TO RULE 65 (TICKETS) FOR CONDITIONS OF     
                         EXTENSION.     
            
            PENALTIES - 86     
            
               A    PENALTIES (CATEGORY 16)     
                    (1)  CHILDREN AND INFANTS FARES     
                         INFANT/CHILDREN DISCOUNTS APPLY, TO THE SAME EXTENT AS     
                         IN RESPECT OF THE FARE ON ANY CANCELLATION OR REFUND     
                         FEE.     
                    (2)  INVOLUNTARY REROUTING     
                         UNLESS OTHERWISE AMENDED BY THE PROVISIONS IN THE     
                         INDIVIDUAL FARE RULES, RULE 80 (REVISED ROUTINGS,     
                         FAILURE TO CARRY AND MISSUED CONNECTIONS) IS     
                         APPLICABLE TO FARES GOVERNED BY THIS RULE.     
                    (3)  VOLUNTARY REROUTING     
                         AS USED HEREIN, "VOLUNTARY REROUTING" SHALL REFER TO     
                         ANY CHANGES IN RESERVATIONS OF FLIGHTS REQUESTED BY A     
                         PASSENGER.     
                         (A)  IN CASE OF VOLUNTARY REROUTING INVOLVING A CHANGE     
                              OF A TOTALLY UNUSED TICKET WHERE THE ORIGINAL FARE     
                              NO LONGER APPLIES:  THE ORIGINAL TICKET MAY BE     
                              REISSUED AND FARE RECALCULATED FROM POINT OF     
                              ORIGIN USING THE FARES AND RATE OF EXCHANGE     
                              APPLICABLE AT THE TIME OF REISSUE.     
                         (B)  IF THERE IS A VOLUNTARY REROUTING ON ANY DOWNLINE     
                              ITINERARY AFTER DEPARTURE, THE FARE AND CHARGES     
                              MUST BE REASSESSED USING FARES, RULES AND RATE(S)     
                              OF EXCHANGE EFFECTIVE AT THE TIME THAT TRAVEL     
                              COMMENCED FROM THE POINT OF ORIGIN.     
                         (C)  IF THERE ARE NO SPECIFIED RESTRICTIONS ON     
                              REROUTING IN THE SPECIFIC FARE RULE, THEN     
                              VOLUNTARY REROUTING SHALL BE PERMITTED.     
                         (D)  IF VOLUNTARY REROUTING IS NOT PERMITTED IN THE     
                              INDIVIDUAL FARE RULE, THE CANCELLATION     
                              PROVISIONS SHALL APPLY WHENEVER A PASSENGER     
                              CHANGES CONFIRMED RESERVATIONS VOLUNTARILY.     
                         (E)  {X}     
                         (F)  IF THERE ARE SPECIFIED RESTRICTIONS ON REROUTING     
                              IN THE SPECIFIC FARE RULE: IF VOLUNTARY     
                            REROUTING IS NOT PERMITTED IN     
                            THE INDIVIDUAL FARE RULE, THE CANCELLATION     
                            PROVISIONS SHALL APPLY WHENEVER A PASSENGER     
                            SHALL CHANGE CONFIRED RESERVATIONS VOLUNTARILY.     
                    (4)  CANCELLATION AND REFUNDS     
                         (A)  UNLESS OTHERWISE AMENDED BY THE PROVISIONS IN THE     
                              INDIVIDUAL FARE RULES, RULE 80 (REVISED ROUTINGS,     
                              FAILURE TO CARRY AND MISSED CONNECTIONS) AND 90     
                              (REFUNDS) ARE APPLICABLE TO FARES GOVERNED BY THIS     
                              RULE.     
                         (B)  UNLESS OTHERWISE SPECIFIED, THE FOLLOWING WILL     
                              APPLY:     
                              (I)  PRIOR TO DEPARTURE     
                                   (AA)  FULL REFUND WILL APPLY IN THE EVENT     
                                         OF DEATH {X}, AS SUBSTANTIATED     
                                         BY A DEATH CERTIFICATE, OF A     
                                         PASSENGER, TRAVELING COMPANION     
                                         OR MEMBER OF THEIR IMMEDIATE     
                                         FAMILY, AS DESCRIBED IN RULE 1     
                                         (DEFINITIONS).     
                                   (BB) IN THE EVENT OF CANCELLATION OR A     
                                        FAILURE TO USE CONFIRMED SPACE AS     
                                        TICKETED FOR ANY REASON OTHER THAN THOSE     
                                        OUTLINED IN RULE 90 (REFUNDS) OR IN     
                                        PARAGRAPH (AA) ABOVE, THE PASSENGER WILL     
                                        FORFEIT THE AMOUNT STATED IN THE     
                                        INDIVIDUAL RULE, WHERE APPLICABLE.     
                                   (CC) CREDIT TOWARDS FURTHER TRANSPORTATION     
                                        IN THE EVENT OF FAILURE TO USE CONFIRMED     
                                        SPACE AS TICKETED, THE FULL AMOUNT OF     
                                        THE FARE PAID CAN BE USED AS A CREDIT     
                                        TOWARDS THE UPGRADE TO ANY OTHER TYPE OF     
                                        FARE, SUBJECT TO THE PROVISIONS OF SUCH     
                                        FARE AND PROVIDED THAT SUCH FARE DOES     
                                        NOT RESTRICT THE UPGRADE.     
                                   (DD) UNLESS OTHERWISE STATED IN A SPECIFIC     
                                        FARE RULE, ONE WAY FARE PENALTIES WILL     
                                        BE ASSESSED PER TICKET.     
                              (II) AFTER DEPARTURE     
                                   (AA) PARTIAL REFUND     
                                        IN THE EVENT A PASSENGER DISCONTINUES     
                                        HIS JOURNEY EN ROUTE FOR ANY REASON     
                                        OTHER THAN THOSE SPECIFIED IN RULE 65      
                                        (TICKETS), THE AMOUNT OF REFUND SHALL BE     
                                        THE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN THE FARE PAID AND     
                                        THE FARE FOR THE TRANSPORTATION USED      
                                        LESS THE "FORFEITURE AMOUNT" STATED IN     
                                        THE INDIVIDUAL RULE, WHERE APPLICABLE.     
                                   (BB) CREDIT TOWARDS FURTHER TRANSPORTATION      
                                        IN THE EVENT OF CANCELLATION OR FAILURE     
                                        TO USE CONFIRMED SPACE AS TICKETED, THE     
                                        FULL AMOUNT OF THE FARE PAID MAY BE      
                                        APPLIED AS CREDIT TOWARD PURCHASE OF     
                                        TRANSPORTATION AT ANY OTHER APPLICABLE     
                                        FARE CALCULATED FROM THE ORIGINAL POINT     
                                        OF ORIGIN, SUBJECT TO ALL PROVISIONS OF     
                                        SUCH FARE; PROVIDED THAT SUCH FARE DOES     
                                        NOT RESTRICT THE UPGRADE.  IN THE EVENT      
                                        OF AN UPGRADE, THE ORIGINAL     
                                        NONREFUNDABLE AMOUNT SHALL REMAIN     
                                        NONREFUNDABLE.     
                         (C)  SCHEDULE CHANGE     
                              IN THE EVENT, AFTER TICKET ISSUANCE, SCHEDULE     
                              CHANGES ARE MADE BY AA THAT:     
                              (I)  AFFECT A PASSENGER'S DEPARTURE AND/OR     
                                   ARRIVAL BY 2 OR MORE HOURS;     
                              (II) RESULT IN THE ADDITION OF AN INTERMEDIATE     
                                   STOP ON THE PASSENGER'S ITINERARY;     
                             (III) RESULT IN A SUBSTITUTION OF EQUIPMENT NOT     
                                   ACCEPTABLE TO THE PASSENGER; OR     
                              (IV) IF A CANCELLATION OR A CHANGE IN EITHER AIR     
                                   OR TOUR ITINERARY IS INITIATED EITHER BY AA     
                                   OR IT'S TOUR OPERATORS WHICH IS UNACCEPTABLE     
                                   TO THE PASSENGER, THE PASSENGER WILL HAVE THE     
                                   OPTION OF CANCELLING WITHOUT PENALTY, OR     
                                   REROUTING ON DIFFERENT FLIGHTS TO/FROM THE     
                                   SAME OR DIFFERENT DESTINATION.  HOWEVER, THE     
                                   PASSENGER MUST PAY ANY ADDITIONAL AMOUNTS     
                                   RESULTING FROM THE REROUTING.     
            
            HIGHER INTERMEDIATE POINT - 87     
            
               A    HIGHER INTERMEDIATE POINT (CATEGORY 17)     
                    INTENTIONALLY LEFT BLANK     
            


            TICKET ENDORSEMENT - 88     
            
               A    TICKET ENDORSEMENTS (CATEGORY 18)     
                    INTENTIONALLY LEFT BLANK     
            
            DISCOUNTS - 89      
            
               A    CHILDREN'S DISCOUNTS (CATEGORY 19)     
                    RULE 200 (CHILDREN'S AND INFANTS FARES) IS APPLICABLE TO     
                    FARES GOVERNED BY THIS RULE, UNLESS OTHERWISE PROHIBITED BY     
                    AN INDIVIDUAL FARE RULE.     
                    NOTE:    INFANT/CHILDREN DISCOUNTS APPLY, TO     
                             THE SAME EXTENT AS IN RESPECT OF THE FARE, ON ANY     
                             CHARGE OR SURCHARGE, AND ON ANY CANCELLATION OR     
                             REFUND FEE.     
                             EXCEPTION:  INFANT/CHILDREN DISCOUNTS WILL     
                                         NOT APPLY TO SURCHARGES OR FEES AS     
                                         PROVIDED IN RULE 17,19,63 OR 64.     
                    NOTE 2:  IN THE EVENT RULE 200 (CHILDREN'S AND INFANTS'     
                             FARES) IS NOT APPLICABLE TO AN INDIVIDUAL FARE     
                             RULE, UNLESS OTHERWISE STATED IN THE GOVERNING     
                             RULE, THE LOWEST APPLICABLE FARE WHICH WOULD     
                             PERMIT CHILDREN AND/OR INFANT DISCOUNT WILL APPLY.     
            
                    TOUR CONDUCTOR DISCOUNTS (CATEGORY 20)     
                    INTENTIONALLY LEFT BLANK     
            
                    AGENT DISCOUNTS (CATEGORY 21)     
                    INTENTIONALLY LEFT BLANK     
            
                    ALL OTHER DISCOUNTS (CATEGORY 22)     
                    INTENTIONALLY LEFT BLANK     
            
            MISCELLANEOUS PROVISIONS - 90     
            
               A    MISCELLANEOUS PROVISIONS (CATEGORY 23)     
                         UNLESS OTHERWISE INDICATED, THESE FARES MAY NOT BE USED     
                         FOR DIFFERENTIAL CONSTRUCTION.     
            
                     (CATEGORY 24)     
                    CURRENTLY NOT AVAILABLE     
            
                     (CATEGORY 25)     
                    CURRENTLY NOT AVAILABLE     
            
            GROUPS - 91     
            
               A    GROUPS (CATEGORY 26)     
                    (APPLICABLE FOR TRANSPACIFIC/TRANSATLANTIC TRAVEL ONLY)     
                    UNLESS OTHERWISE SPECIFIED FOR FARES DISCOUNTED FOR GROUP     
                    TRAVEL, THE FOLLOWING PROVISIONS WILL APPLY:     
                    (1)  GROUP SIZE     
                         (A)  THE MINIMUM NUMBER OF PASSENGERS REQUIRED TO     
                              QUALIFY FOR TRANSPORTATION AT THESE FARES SHALL BE     
                              STATED IN THE INDIVIDUAL RULE, WHERE APPLICABLE.     
                         (B)  FOR THE PURPOSE OF DETERMINING THE NUMBER OF     
                              PASSENGERS, TWO CHILDREN, EACH PAYING THE     
                              APPLICABLE CHILDREN'S DISCOUNTED FARE SHALL BE     
                              COUNTED AS ONE MEMBER OF THE GROUP.  INFANTS     
                              PAYING 10 PERCENT OF THE FARE SHALL NOT BE     
                              CONSIDERED IN DETERMINING THE NUMBER OF PASSENGERS     
                              IN THE GROUP.     
                    (2)  TRAVEL TOGETHER     
                         ALL MEMBERS OF THE GROUP MUST TRAVEL TOGETHER ON THE     
                         SAME AIRCRAFT, EXCEPT THAT WHEN LACK OF SEATING     
                         ACCOMMODATIONS OR OPERATING CONDITIONS PREVENT THEIR     
                         DOING SO, MEMBERS MAY BE CARRIED ON PRECEDING AND/OR     
                         SUCCEEDING FLIGHT ON WHICH SPACE IS AVAILABLE.     
            
            TOURS - 92     
            
               A    TOURS (CATEGORY 27)     
                    (APPLICABLE FOR TRANSPACIFIC/TRANSATLANTIC TRAVEL ONLY)     
                    (1)  FARES USED IN CONJUNCTION WITH INCLUSIVE TOURS,     
                         MUST INCLUDE LAND ARRANGEMENTS FOR THE MINIMUM STAY     
                         PERIOD.     
                    (2)  MINIMUM TOUR PRICE     
                         (A)  THE MINIMUM TOUR PRICE FOR EACH PASSENGER WILL NOT     
                              BE LESS THAN THE INDIVIDUAL OR GROUP INCLUSIVE     
                              TOUR FARE PLUS A DOLLAR AMOUNT FOR THE MINIMUM     
                              STAY PERIOD AND A DOLLAR AMOUNT FOR EACH DAY IN     
                              EXCESS OF THE MINIMUM STAY PERIOD, AS SPECIFIED     
                              UNDER EACH RULE WHERE APPLICABLE.     
                         (B)  IF THE TOUR OPERATOR ALLOWS A DISCOUNT ON LAND     
                              ARRANGEMENTS FOR CHILDREN AND INFANTS, THE MINIMUM     
                              SELLING PRICE FOR CHILDREN AND INFANTS MAY BE     
                              REDUCED ACCORDINGLY.     
                    (3)  LAND ARRANGEMENTS MUST BE PUBLISHED IN APPROPRIATE TOUR     
                         FOLDERS AND MUST INCLUDE:      
                         (A)  SLEEPING ACCOMMODATIONS IN HOTELS, MOTELS,     
                              COMMERCIALLY OPERATED PENSIONS, IMMOBILE     
                              CARAVANS/TRAILERS, OR PUBLIC TRANSPORTATION WHICH     
                              OFFER SLEEPING ACCOMMODATIONS (SLEEPING     
                              ACCOMMODATIONS MUST BE FOR THE TOTAL DURATION OF     
                              THE ROUND OR CIRCLE TRIP);     
                         (B)  AT LEAST ONE SIGHTSEEING OR MOTOR COACH TRIP NOT     
                              INCLUDING TRANSFERS BETWEEN AIRPORTS AND HOTELS;     
                              AND     
                         (C)  OTHER FACILITIES OR ATTRACTIONS, SUCH AS CAR     
                              RENTALS OR SIMILAR TOURIST SERVICES, FOR THE TOTAL     
                              DURATION OF THE ROUND OR CIRCLE TRIP.     
                    (4)  MODIFICATION OF APPROVED ITINERARIES WILL BE PERMITTED     
                         ONLY WHEN AND TO THE EXTENT MODIFICATION OF THE     
                         ITINERARY OF THE ENTIRE INCLUSIVE TOUR GROUP IS     
                         NECESSITATED BY CIRCUMSTANCES BEYOND THE CONTROL OF THE     
                         TOUR OPERATOR.  ANY SUCH MODIFICATION TO AN APPROVED     
                         AIR ITINERARY REQUIRED BEFORE THE DEPARTURE OF A GROUP     
                         WILL BE MADE ONLY WITH THE APPROVAL OF THE SPONSORING     
                         MEMBER AND AA.  MODIFICATION TO AN APPROVED ITINERARY     
                         DUE TO LACK OF SPACE ON ANY GIVEN PART OF THE ORIGINAL     
                         AIR ITINERARY WILL NOT BE PERMITTED.  IF CIRCUMSTANCES     
                         BEYOND THE CONTROL OF THE TOUR OPERATOR NECESSITATE A     
                         SUBSTITUTION OF FACILITIES IN THE LAND ARRANGEMENTS,     
                         THE TOUR OPERATOR MAY MAKE SUCH SUBSTITUTION BUT ONLY     
                         IN SUBSTANTIALLY THE SAME GEOGRAPHICAL LOCATION AS IN     
                         THE ORIGINAL ITINERARY.     
            
            VISIT ANOTHER COUNTRY - 93     
            
               A    VISIT ANOTHER COUNTRY (CATEGORY 28)     
                    INTENTIONALLY LEFT BLANK     
            
            DEPOSITS - 94     
            
               A    DEPOSITS (CATEGORY 29)     
                    CO-TERMINALS:  BWI-WAS; FLL-MIA; OAK-SFO-SJC;     
                                   LAX-ONT-BUR-LGB-SNA; AND     
                                   NYC-EWR.     
            
                                           
                          GFS TEXT MENU RULE CATEGORY TEXT DISPLAY     
                                         IN EFFECT ON: 22JAN15     
      AREA: ZZ TARIFF: IPRG    CXR: AA  RULE: 0005     
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            TITLE/APPLICATION - 70     
            
               A    APPLICATION OF TARIFF     
            
                    (A)  GENERAL     
                         (1)  THIS TARIFF SHALL APPLY TO CARRIAGE OF PASSENGERS     
                              AND BAGGAGE, AND TO ALL SERVICES INCIDENTAL     
                              THERETO, PERFORMED BY AA UNDER LOCAL FARES, RATES     
                              AND CHARGES AND BY AA IN     
                              CONJUNCTION WITH OTHER PARTICIPATING CARRIERS     
                              UNDER AA GOVERNED INTERLINE FARES, RATES AND     
                              CHARGES CONTAINED IN TARIFFS WHICH MAKE SPECIFIC     
                              REFERENCE TO THIS TARIFF FOR GOVERNING RULES,     
                              REGULATIONS AND CONDITIONS OF CARRIAGE.     
                              NOTE:  FOR APPLICATION OF FARES, RULES, AND     
                                     CHARGES AS SET FORTH IN THIS TARIFF OR ANY     
                                     TARIFF TO WHICH REFERENCE IS MADE BY THIS     
                                     GOVERNING TARIFF, ANY FARE SHALL BE DEEMED     
                                     TO BE GOVERNED BY AA WHEN AA PROVIDES     
                                     CARRIAGE AS FOLLOWS:     
                                     FOR TRANSPORTATION BETWEEN TARIFF AREA 1     
                                     AND AREAS 2/3, WHEN AA PROVIDES     
                                     TRANSPORTATION BETWEEN THE LAST POINT IN     
                                     AREA 1 AND THE FIRST POINT IN AREA 2 OR 3     
                                     OR VICE VERSA;     
                                     FOR TRANSPORTATION BETWEEN TARIFF SUBAREAS,     
                                     WHEN AA PROVIDES TRANSPORTATION BETWEEN THE     
                                     LAST POINT IN ONE SUBAREA AND THE FIRST     
                                     POINT IN ANOTHER SUBAREA;     
                                     FOR TRANSPORTATION WITHIN A TARIFF SUBAREA,     
                                     WHEN AA PROVIDES TRANSPORTATION FROM THE     
                                     COUNTRY OF FARE ORIGIN TO THE FIRST POINT     
                                     OUTSIDE SUCH COUNTRY.     
                                     FOR TRANSPORTATION BETWEEN AREA 2 AND AREA     
                                     3 VIA AREA 1, WHEN AA PROVIDES     
                                     TRANSPORTATION BETWEEN A POINT IN THE AREA     
                                     OF FARE ORIGIN, BY DIRECTIONALITY OF FARE     
                                     USED, AND A POINT IN AREA 1.     
                                     SUBAREAS AS USED HEREIN SHALL APPLY AS     
                                     FOLLOWS:     
                                     AREA 1 SUBAREAS:  NORTH AMERICA, CENTRAL     
                                     AMERICA (INCLUDING PANAMA), SOUTH     
                                     AMERICA (EXCLUDING PANAMA), IATA CARIBBEAN.     
                                     AREA 2 SUBAREAS:  IATA EUROPE, AFRICA,     
                                     MIDDLE EAST.     
                                     AREA 3 SUBAREAS:  ASIA (EXCLUDING SOUTHWEST     
                                     PACIFIC), SOUTHWEST PACIFIC.     
                         (2)  WHERE AA IS SPECIFICALLY NAMED IN ANY RULE     
                              CONTAINED HEREIN SUCH RULE APPLIES TO LOCAL     
                              CARRIAGE VIA AA IN CONJUNCTION WITH OTHER     
                              PARTICIPATING CARRIERS NAMED IN SUCH RULE.     
                         (3)  WHERE PARTICIPATING CARRIERS OTHER THAN AA IS     
                              SPECIFICALLY NAMED IN ANY RULE CONTAINED HEREIN     
                              SUCH RULE APPLIES ONLY TO CARRIAGE IN CONJUNCTION     
                              WITH AA.     
                         (4)  EXCEPT AS OTHERWISE PROVIDED, CHARGES OR MONETARY     
                              AMOUNTS SHOWN HEREIN IN DOLLARS OR CENTS ARE     
                              STATED IN TERMS OF LAWFUL U.S. CURRENCY.  CHARGES     
                              OR MONETARY AMOUNTS ARE ALSO STATED IN TERMS OF     
                              LAWFUL CANADIAN CURRENCY WHENEVER SO INDICATED     
                              DIRECTLY IN CONNECTION THEREWITH.     
                         (5)  {X}     
                         (6)  EXCEPT AS OTHERWISE PROVIDED BELOW, FARE RULE     
                              PROVISIONS, LOCAL OR JOINT FARES, INCLUDING     
                              ARBITRARIES CONTAINED IN THE ON-LINE TARIFF     
                              DATABASE MAINTAINED BY AIRLINE TARIFF PUBLISHING     
                              COMPANY, AGENT ON BEHALF OF AA ARE CONSIDERED TO     
                              BE PART OF THIS TARIFF.     
                              EXCEPTION:  FOR FARES PUBLISHED BY RULE, SEE PAGE     
                                          NOS. AA-566, AA-1051 AND AA-2717 OF     
                                          C.A.B. NO. 465, NTA(A) NO. 273.     
            
            CARRIER LIABILITY - 71     
            
               K    (B)  CARRIER LIABILITY TO PASSENGERS - REFERENCED IN RULE     
                         55.     
            
            GRATUITOUS CARRIAGE - 72     
            
               A    (C)  GRATUITOUS CARRIAGE     
                         WITH RESPECT TO GRATUITOUS CARRIAGE, CARRIER RESERVES     
                         THE RIGHT TO EXCLUDE THE APPLICATION OF ALL OR ANY PART     
                         OF THIS TARIFF.     
            
            FARES IN EFFECT - 73     
            
               K    (D)  CHANGE WITHOUT NOTICE     
                         EXCEPT AS MAY BE REQUIRED BY APPLICABLE LAWS,     
                         GOVERNMENT REGULATIONS, ORDERS AND REQUIREMENTS,     
                         CARRIER'S RULES, REGULATIONS AND CONDITIONS OF CARRIAGE     
                         ARE SUBJECT TO CHANGE WITHOUT NOTICE; PROVIDED THAT, NO     
                         SUCH CHANGE SHALL APPLY TO A CONTRACT OF CARRIAGE AFTER     
                         THE CARRIAGE HAS COMMENCED.     
                    (E)  EFFECTIVE RULES, FARES AND CHARGES     
                         (1)  ALL CARRIAGE OF PASSENGERS AND/OR BAGGAGE SHALL BE     
                              SUBJECT TO THE CARRIER'S RULES, REGULATIONS, AND     
                              TARIFFS IN EFFECT ON THE DATE OF CARRIAGE COVERED     
                              BY THE FLIGHT COUPON PRESENTED FOR TRAVEL.     
                         (2)  IF, AFTER A TICKET HAS BEEN ISSUED AND BEFORE ANY     
                              PORTION THEREOF HAS BEEN USED, AN INCREASE IN THE     
                              FARES OR CHARGES APPLICABLE TO THE TRANSPORTATION     
                              COVERED BY THE TICKETS BECOMES EFFECTIVE, THE FULL     
                              AMOUNT OF SUCH INCREASE WILL BE COLLECTED FROM,     
                              THE PASSENGER.     
                              (A)  INDIVIDUAL TRAVEL     
                                   NO INCREASE WILL BE COLLECTED IN CASES WHERE     
                                   THE TICKET HAS BEEN ISSUED PRIOR TO THE     
                                   EFFECTIVE DATE OF A TARIFF CONTAINING AN     
                                   INCREASE IN THE APPLICABLE FARE, EFFECTED     
                                   THROUGH A CHANGE IN FARE LEVEL, A CHANGE IN     
                                   CONDITIONS GOVERNING THE FARE, OR A     
                                   CANCELLATION OF THE FARE ITSELF, PROVIDED:     
                                   (I)  THE ORIGINATING FLIGHT COUPON OF THE     
                                        TICKET WAS ISSUED FOR A SPECIFIC FLIGHT     
                                        AT THE FARE IN EFFECT ON THE DATE OF     
                                        TICKET ISSUANCE (DETERMINED BY THE DATE     
                                        OF VALIDATION ON THE TICKET).     
                                  (II)  THAT, SUBSEQUENT TO THE EFFECTIVE DATES     
                                        OF ANY INCREASE IN THE APPLICABLE FARE:     
                                        (AA) THE ORIGINATING FLIGHT COUPON IS     
                                             NOT CHANGED VOLUNTARILY, INCLUDING     
                                             CHANGES TO CLASS OF SERVICE, EXCEPT     
                                             TO ADD A DISCOUNT APPLICABLE OR     
                                             DELETE A DISCOUNT NOT APPLICABLE ON     
                                             THE DATE OF ORIGINAL TICKET ISSUE.     
                                        (BB) (APPLICABLE BETWEEN CA-US/PR/VI     
                                             ONLY) FLIGHT COUPONS OTHER THAN THE     
                                             ORIGINATING FLIGHT COUPON ARE NOT     
                                             VOLUNTARILY CHANGED TO REFLECT A     
                                             CHANGE IN CARRIER/FARE     
                                             BASIS/ORIGIN/DESTINATION/STOPOVER     
                                             POINTS FROM THOSE ORIGINALLY SHOWN     
                                             ON THE TICKET.     
                                 (III)  FARE INCREASES FOR VOLUNTARY CHANGES     
                                        WILL BE APPLICABLE AS FOLLOWS:     
                                        (AA) THE ORIGINATING FLIGHT COUPON IS     
                                             CHANGED VOLUNTARILY OR AN OPEN ONE     
                                             WAY TICKET IS CONFIRMED FOR A     
                                             SPECIFIC FLIGHT.     
                                        (BB) (APPLICABLE BETWEEN CA-US/PR/VI     
                                             ONLY) ORIGIN/DESTINATION/STOPOVER     
                                             POINTS ARE CHANGED.     
                                        (CC) ALL FLIGHT COUPONS ARE SUBJECT TO     
                                             RECALCULATION OF FARE FROM POINT OF     
                                             ORIGIN USING FARES IN EFFECT ON THE     
                                             DAY ON WHICH THE CHANGE IS     
                                             REFLECTED ON PASSENGER TRAVEL     
                                             DOCUMENTS AND/OR ELECTRONIC TICKET     
                                             RECORD.     
                                             EXCEPTION:   (APPLICABLE BETWEEN     
                                                          CA-US/PR/VI ONLY)  FOR     
                                                          VOLUNTARY CHANGES TO     
                                                          OTHER THAN THE      
                                                          ORIGINATING FLIGHT     
                                                          THAT INVOLVE CHANGES     
                                                          IN CARRIER OR FARE     
                                                          BASIS, ONLY FLIGHT     
                                                          COUPONS BEING     
                                                          VOLUNTARILY CHANGED     
                                                          ARE SUBJECT TO     
                                                          COLLECTION OF FARE     
                                                          INCREASES.     
                                  (IV)  THIS PROVISION SHALL APPLY ONLY TO THE     
                                        PASSENGER TO WHOM THE TICKET WAS     
                                        ORIGINALLY ISSUED.     
                              (B)  GROUP TRAVEL     
                                   NO INCREASE IN FARES/CHARGES WILL BE     
                                   COLLECTED IN CASES WHERE A GROUP ORGANIZER     
                                   AND AA HAVE ENTERED INTO A CONTRACT FOR THE     
                                   TRANSPORTATION OF A MINIMUM NUMBER OF     
                                   PASSENGERS, AS SPECIFIED BELOW, TO A COMMON     
                                   DESTINATION, PRIOR TO THE EFFECTIVE DATE OF A     
                                   TARIFF CONTAINING AN INCREASE IN AN     
                                   APPLICABLE FARE EFFECTED THROUGH A CHANGE IN     
                                   THE FARE LEVEL, A CHANGE IN CONDITIONS     
                                   AFFECTING THE FARE, OR A CANCELLATION OF THE     
                                   FARE ITSELF, PROVIDED THAT:     
                                   (I)  THE CONTRACT SHALL BE FOR A PERIOD NOT     
                                        TO EXCEED ONE YEAR FROM THE DATE OF     
                                        EXECUTION OF SAID CONTRACT.  THIS     
                                        PROVISION, HOWEVER, MAY BE EXTENDED TO     
                                        18 MONTHS FROM DATE OF EXECUTION OF SAID     
                                        CONTRACT PROVIDING THAT THE FARE AT THE     
                                        DATE OF THE CONTRACT MAY BE INCREASED BY     
                                        NOT MORE THAN FIVE PERCENT OF THE     
                                        ORIGINAL FARE AS STATED IN THE CONTRACT.     
                                  (II)  THE CONTRACT IS FOR THE TRANSPORTATION     
                                        OF 20 OR MORE PASSENGERS, AT FARES     
                                        LAWFULLY IN EFFECT AT THE TIME OF     
                                        EXECUTION OF THE CONTRACT.     
                                 (III)  A DEPOSIT, EQUAL TO 25 PERCENT OF THE     
                                        FARES/CHARGES IN EFFECT AT THE TIME THE     
                                        CONTRACT IS EXECUTED AND APPLICABLE TO     
                                        THE TRANSPORTATION SPECIFIED, IS     
                                        RECEIVED BY AA.     
                                (IV)   NO VOLUNTARY CHANGE IS MADE TO THE     
                                       ITINERARY AS SPECIFIED IN THE CONTRACT     
                                       SUBSEQUENT TO THE EFFECTIVE DATE OF ANY     
                                       INCREASE IN THE APPLICABLE FARES/CHARGES.     
                                   NOTE:  FOR THE PURPOSE OF THIS RULE, THE FARE     
                                          MEANS ANY ONLINE FARE  PUBLISHED BY AA     
                                          IN THE TRANSATLANTIC/WESTERN     
                                          HEMISPHERE FARES  SECTION FOR WHICH     
                                          THE GROUPS ARE ELIGIBLE BY VIRTUE OF     
                                          THEIR TRAVEL DATES IN ACCORDANCE WITH     
                                          THE PROVISIONS GOVERNING THOSE FARES.     
                         (3)  IF AFTER A TICKET HAS BEEN ISSUED AND BEFORE ANY     
                              PORTION THEREOF HAS BEEN USED, A DECREASE IN THE     
                              FARES AND CHARGES APPLICABLE TO THE TRANSPORTATION     
                              SHOWN ON THE TICKET BECOMES EFFECTIVE OR A NEW     
                              FARE FOR WHICH THE PASSENGER CAN QUALIFY IS ADDED     
                              BETWEEN THE POINTS SHOWN ON THE TICKET, THE AMOUNT     
                              OF THE DIFFERENCE IN FARES, LESS THE APPLICABLE     
                              CHANGE FEE, WILL BE REFUNDED PROVIDED.     
                              (A)  THERE IS NO CHANGE IN ORIGIN, DESTINATION,     
                                   STOPOVER POINT(S), FLIGHT(S), DATE(S) SHOWN     
                                   ON THE ORIGINAL TICKET OR ON ANY TICKET     
                                   ISSUED IN EXCHANGE FOR THE ORIGINAL TICKET OR     
                                   ON ANY TICKET ISSUED IN EXCHANGE FOR THE     
                                   ORIGINAL TICKET, AND     
                              (B)  SUBSEQUENT TO THE DECREASE IN FARES OR     
                                   CHARGES OR THE ADDITION OF A NEW FARE, ALL      
                                   CONDITIONS OF THE DECREASED OR NEW FARES OR     
                                   CHARGES ARE MET, INCLUDING BOOKING CODE AND     
                                   ADVANCE RESERVATIONS AND TICKETING     
                                   REQUIREMENTS, AND     
                              (C)  FOR NON-REFUNDABLE FARES, THE PASSENGER WILL     
                                   RECEIVE THE DIFFERENCE IN FARES {N}LESS THE     
                                   APPLICABLE CHANGE FEE, IN THE FORM OF A     
                                   NON-REFUNDABLE TRAVEL VOUCHER.  THE TRAVEL     
                                   VOUCHER IS VALID FOR ONE YEAR FROM THE DATE     
                                   OF ISSUE AND MAY BE USED AS PAYMENT FOR     
                                   AIR TRAVEL OF {X} OR TRAVEL RELATED SERVICES     
                                   ON AMERICAN AIRLINES {N}ONLY.     
                                   THE AA TRAVEL VOUCHER, WHEN PARTIALLY USED     
                                   WILL HAVE RESIDUAL VALUE.  THE ENDORSEMENT     
                                   BOX OF ANY TICKET ISSUED IN EXCHANGE FOR THE     
                                   AA TRAVEL VOUCHER REFERRED TO ABOVE MUST     
                                   CONTAIN NONREFUNDABLE AMOUNT (INCLUDING TAXES     
                                   AND SURCHARGES) EQUAL TO THE GREATER OF THE     
                                   CHANGE FEE APPLICABLE TO THE FARE ON THE     
                                   TICKET OR OF THE VALUE OF THE AA TRAVEL     
                                   VOUCHER THAT WAS APPLIED TO THE PURCHASE OF     
                                   THE TICKET.     
                              (D)  WHEN REDUCED FARES ARE FOR SALE FOR A     
                                    LIMITED PERIOD OF TIME, AMERICAN AIRLINES     
                                   RESERVES THE RIGHT TO DECLINE TO ISSUE     
                                   REFUNDS OR NON-REFUNDABLE VOUCHERS FOR THE     
                                   DIFFERENCE IN FARES.     
                              (E)  THESE REFUND PROVISIONS DO NOT APPLY TO     
                                   TICKETS THAT ARE ISSUED FOR FARES THAT DO NOT     
                                   PERMIT CHANGES PRIOR TO DEPARTURE.     
            
            PERCENTAGE OF FARES - 74     
            
               A       (F)    PERCENTAGE OF FARES OR CHARGES     
                              WHEN RULES OR PROVISIONS IN THIS TARIFF, OR     
                              TARIFFS GOVERNED HEREBY, PROVIDE FOR THE     
                              APPLICATION OF FARES AND CHARGES BASED UPON     
                              PERCENTAGES OF OTHER FARES AND CHARGES, SUCH     
                              PROPORTIONATE FARES AND CHARGES WILL BE DETERMINED     
                              IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE PERCENTAGE CONVERSION TABLE     
                              OF THIS TARIFF.     
                       (G)    REFERENCE TO TARIFFS, PAGES, RULES, ITEMS AND     
                              NOTES ARE CONTINUOUS AND INCLUDE REVISIONS,     
                              SUPPLEMENTS THERETO AND REISSUES THEREOF.      
                       (H)    NO EMPLOYEE OF THE CARRIER HAS THE AUTHORITY TO     
                              ALTER, MODIFY OR WAIVE ANY PROVISION OF THE     
                              CONTRACT OF CARRIAGE OR OF THIS TARIFF UNLESS     
                              AUTHORIZED BY A CORPORATE OFFICER OF CARRIER.     
                              AA APPOINTED AGENTS AND REPRESENTATIVES ARE ONLY     
                              AUTHORIZED TO SELL TICKETS FOR AIR     
                              TRANSPORTATION PURSUANT TO THE APPROVED FARES,     
                              RULES AND REGULATIONS OF AA, (APPLICABLE FOR     
                              TRANSPORTATION TO/FROM POINTS OUTSIDE THE U.S.A.)     
                              AND ON FILE WITH THE D.O.T.  THIS RULE     
                              SUPERSEDES ANY CONFLICTING PROVISIONS CONTAINED IN     
                              THE CONTRACT OF CARRIAGE.     
            
            OVERRIDING LAW - 75     
             
               A       (I)    OVERRIDING LAW (APPLICABLE ONLY FOR TRANSPORTATION     
                              TO, FROM, OR VIA A POINT(S) OUTSIDE THE U.S.A.)     
                              INSOFAR AS ANY PROVISION CONTAINED OR REFERRED TO      
                              IN THE TICKET OR IN THIS TARIFF MAY BE CONTRARY TO     
                              MANDATORY LAW, GOVERNMENT REGULATIONS, ORDERS, OR     
                              REQUIREMENTS, SUCH PROVISION SHALL REMAIN     
                              APPLICABLE TO THE EXTENT THAT IT IS NOT     
                              OVER-RIDDEN THEREBY.  THE INVALIDITY OF ANY     
                              PROVISION SHALL NOT AFFECT ANY OTHER PART.     
            
            MISFILED FARES - 76     
            
               A       (J)    MISFILED FARES     
                              AA, AS A POLICY, DOES NOT FILE NOR INTEND TO     
                              OFFER/FILE FARES PRICED AT ZERO (EXCLUSIVE OF ANY     
                              SURCHARGE).  ESSENTIALLY, SUCH FARES DO NOT MAKE     
                              ANY ECONOMIC SENSE.  AA HAS INTRODUCED WARNING     
                              MECHANISMS TO TRY TO PREVENT SUCH OCCURRENCES;      
                              HOWEVER, OCCASIONALLY FARES SUCH AS THESE     
                              MISTAKENLY GET LOADED INTO COMPUTER RESERVATION     
                              SYSTEMS THAT ARE NOT CONTROLLED BY AA.     
                              AGENTS/CUSTOMERS SHOULD BE AWARE THAT IN THESE     
                              CIRCUMSTANCES THEY ARE NOT ALLOWED TO TICKET AT     
                              THESE FARES AND AA WILL NOT HONOR FARES OF ZERO     
                              (EXCLUSIVE OF ANY SURCHARGE).  IN THE EVENT THAT A     
                              ZERO FARE (EXCLUSIVE OF ANY SURCHARGE) IS TICKETED     
                              INADVERTENTLY, AA WILL VOID SUCH TICKET AND MAY     
                              CHOOSE TO WAIVE, IN ITS SOLE DISCRETION, CERTAIN     
                              RULES OR RESTRICTIONS OF EXISTING PUBLISHED FARES     
                              AS A GESTURE OF GOOD WILL.     

 


            
      AREA: ZZ TARIFF: IPRG    CXR: AA  RULE: 0015     
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            TITLE/APPLICATION - 70     
            
               _    ELECTRONIC SURVEILLANCE OF PASSENGERS AND BAGGAGE     
            
                    PASSENGERS AND THEIR BAGGAGE ARE SUBJECT TO INSPECTION WITH     
                    AN ELECTRONIC DETECTOR WITH OR WITHOUT THE PASSENGER'S     
                    CONSENT OR KNOWLEDGE.     

 


            
    

 

 AREA: ZZ TARIFF: IPRG    CXR: AA  RULE: 0018     
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            TITLE/APPLICATION - 70     
            
               _    SEATING OF BLIND/DEAF PASSENGERS     
             
            BLIND PASSENGERS - 71     
            
               _    (A)  BLIND PASSENGERS - SEATING WILL BE PROVIDED IN     
                         ACCORDANCE WITH THE FOLLOWING:     
                         (1)  NONSMOKING.  IF POSSIBLE, AA WILL PROVIDE A WINDOW     
                              SEAT IN THE FIRST ROW OF SEATS FOLLOWING THE     
                              CLASS/ZONE DIVIDERS/PARTITIONS IN EITHER CABIN ON     
                              ALL AIRCRAFT (SEE NOTE).     
                         (2)  SMOKING.  IF POSSIBLE, A WINDOW SEAT IN THE     
                              REAR MOST PART OF THE CABIN WILL BE PROVIDED ON     
                              ALL AIRCRAFT.  (SEE NOTE).     
                         NOTE:  BLIND PASSENGERS WILL NEVER BE SEATED IN A ROW     
                                WITH, FORWARD OF, OR BEHIND A WINDOW EXIT,     
                                OR, ON WIDE BODY AIRCRAFT, ROWS OVER A WING.     
            
            DEAF PASSENGERS - 72     
            
               _    (B)  DEAF PASSENGERS - DEAF PASSENGERS WILL BE PROVIDED     
                         SEATS IN ACCORDANCE WITH NORMAL SEATING PRACTICES     
                         EXCEPT THAT THEY WILL NOT BE SEATED IN A ROW WITH,     
                         FORWARD OF, OR BEHIND A WINDOW EXIT OR IN A ROW WITH AN     
                         EMERGENCY DOOR EXIT.     

 


            
      AREA: ZZ TARIFF: IPRG    CXR: AA  RULE: 0020     
      --------------------------------------------------------------------------------     
            TITLE/APPLICATION - 70     
            
               A    CARRIAGE OF NONAMBULATORY PASSENGERS     
            
                    NONAMBULATORY PASSENGERS, AS DEFINED IN (A) BELOW, WILL     
                    BE ACCEPTED FOR TRANSPORTATION WITHOUT AN ATTENDANT, AS LONG     
                    AS PROVISIONS IN PARAGRAPHS (B) AND (C) BELOW ARE MET AND     
                    MAXIMUMS IN PARAGRAPH (D) BELOW ARE NOT EXCEEDED.     
                     EXCEPTION: (APPLICABLE TO TRANSPORTATION TO/FROM CANADA     
                                ONLY)  AA WILL ACCEPT A PASSENGER'S     
                                DETERMINATION OF HIS SELF-RELIANCE WITH      
                                RESPECT TO AIR TRANSPORTATION AS PROVIDED BY     
                                AA.  IN COMPLIANCE WITH SUCH PASSENGER     
                                DETERMINATION, AA WILL AFFORD NO SPECIAL OR     
                                UNUSUAL ON-BOARD ATTENTION BEYOND THAT     
                                AFFORDED TO THE GENERAL PUBLIC, EXCEPT SUCH     
                                ASSISTANCE IN BOARDING AND/OR DEPLANING AS     
                                MAY BE REQUIRED.     
                    (A)  DEFINITIONS:  NONAMBULATORY PASSENGER; A PERSON     
                         WHO IS NOT ABLE TO BOARD AND DEPLANE FROM AN     
                         AIRCRAFT UNASSISTED OR WHO IS NOT ABLE TO MOVE     
                         ABOUT THE AIRCRAFT UNASSISTED.     
                    (B)  CONDITIONS FOR ACCEPTANCE - RESERVATIONS     
                         RESERVATIONS MUST BE MADE 48 HOURS IN ADVANCE OF     
                         TRAVEL, ADVISING THE CARRIER AS TO THE NATURE OF THE     
                         HANDICAP AND ASSISTANCE REQUIRED.  AA WILL MAKE EVERY     
                         REASONABLE EFFORT TO ACCOMMODATE PASSENGERS WHO FAIL TO     
                         MAKE RESERVATIONS 48 HOURS IN ADVANCE BUT WILL NOT BE     
                         OBLIGATED TO DO SO.     
                    (C)  OTHER CONDITIONS     
                         (1)  THE NONAMBULATORY PASSENGER'S PHYSICAL SIZE OR     
                              CONDITION MUST PERMIT MOVEMENT THROUGH THE AISLE     
                              AT FLOOR LEVEL.     
                         (2)  CARRIER WILL REFUSE TO ACCEPT A PASSENGER WHO IS     
                              UNABLE TO SIT IN A SEAT WITH SEAT BELT FASTENED.     
                         (3)  CARRIER WILL REQUIRE THAT ARRANGEMENTS BE MADE FOR     
                              THE BOARDING, IN-FLIGHT, AND DEPLANING NEEDS OF     
                              THE PASSENGER.     
                              THE IN-FLIGHT NEEDS OF THE PASSENGER CAN BE MET IF     
                              THE PASSENGER IS ABLE TO MOVE ABOUT IN-FLIGHT     
                              WITHOUT ASSISTANCE OR, IF UNABLE TO PROGRESS     
                              WITHOUT ASSISTANCE, PASSENGER AGREES TO BEING     
                              UNABLE TO VISIT LAVATORIES.     
                              BOARDING AND DEPLANING NEEDS CAN BE ARRANGED IN     
                              ONE OF THE FOLLOWING WAYS:     
                              (A)  MINOR ASSISTANCE OF AA PERSONNEL IS PROVIDED.     
                                   SUCH ASSISTANCE WILL CONSIST OF HELPING THE     
                                   PASSENGER WALK UP OR DOWN THE RAMP, OR THE     
                                   USE OF AN AA COURTESY CHAIR MANEUVERED UP AND     
                                   DOWN THE PASSENGER STAND BY AA PERSONNEL.     
                              (B)  PASSENGER ARRANGES FOR ASSISTANCE BY OTHER     
                                   THAN AA PERSONNEL TO BOARD AND DEPLANE.     
                              (C)  AA, AT THE REQUEST AND EXPENSE OF THE     
                                   PASSENGER, ARRANGES FOR ASSISTANCE IN      
                                   BOARDING AND DEPLANING THROUGH AN OUTSIDE     
                                   AGENCY.     
                              (D)  IF PASSENGER PLANS TO USE A STRETCHER FOR     
                                   BOARDING OR DEPLANING, PRIOR CLEARANCE MUST     
                                   BE OBTAINED FROM AA.     
            
                    (D)  MAXIMUM ACCEPTABLE NUMBER OF NONAMBULATORY PASSENGERS     
                         THE MAXIMUM NUMBER OF NONAMBULATORY PASSENGERS SHOWN IN     
                         THE TABLE BELOW REFERS TO ACCOMPANIED AND/OR     
                         UNACCOMPANIED PASSENGERS THE CARRIER WILL ACCEPT FOR     
                         TRANSPORTATION ON ANY ONE FLIGHT. CARRIER WILL MAKE     
                         EVERY EFFORT TO ACCOMMODATE NONAMBULATORY PASSENGERS IN     
                         EXCESS OF THE MAXIMUM NUMBERS SHOWN IN THE TABLE BUT     
                         WILL NOT BE OBLIGATED TO DO SO.     
            
            
                                            NO. FLIGHT    MAXIMUM     
                          AIRCRAFT TYPE     ATTENDANTS     NUMBER     
                            B-707               -            4     
                            B-727-023           -            3     
                            B-727-223           -            4     
                            DC-10               5            3     
                            DC-10               6            4     
                            DC-10               7            5     
                            DC-10               8            6     
                            B-747               8           10     
                            B-747           10/12/14        14     
            
            
                                           
                         

      AREA: ZZ TARIFF: IPRG    CXR: AA  RULE: 0025     
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            TITLE/APPLICATION - 70     
            
               A    REFUSAL TO TRANSPORT - LIMITATIONS OF CARRIER     
            
                                 CARRIER WILL REFUSE TO TRANSPORT, OR WILL REMOVE ANY      
                    PASSENGER AT ANY POINT FOR ANY OF THE FOLLOWING REASONS:     
            
            GOVERNMENT REQUEST - 71     
            
               A    (A)  GOVERNMENT REQUEST OR REGULATIONS - WHENEVER SUCH     
                         ACTION IS NECESSARY TO COMPLY WITH ANY GOVERNMENT     
                         REGULATION, OR TO COMPLY WITH ANY GOVERNMENTAL REQUEST     
                         FOR EMERGENCY TRANSPORTATION IN CONNECTION WITH THE     
                         NATIONAL DEFENSE, OR WHENEVER SUCH ACTION IS NECESSARY     
                         OR ADVISABLE BY REASON OF WEATHER OR OTHER CONDITIONS     
                         BEYOND ITS CONTROL (INCLUDING BUT WITHOUT LIMITATION,     
                         ACTS OF GOD, FORCE MAJEURE, STRIKES, CIVIL COMMOTIONS,     
                         EMBARGOES, WARS, HOSTILITIES OR DISTURBANCES) ACTUAL,     
                         THREATENED OR REPORTED.     
            
            SEARCH OF PASSENGER - 72      
            
               A    (B)  SEARCH OF PASSENGER OR PROPERTY - WHEN A PASSENGER     
                         REFUSES TO PERMIT SEARCH OF HIS PERSON OR PROPERTY FOR     
                         EXPLOSIVES OR A CONCEALED, DEADLY OR DANGEROUS WEAPON     
                         OR ARTICLE.     
            
            PROOF OF IDENTITY - 73     
            
               A    (C)  PROOF OF IDENTITY - WHEN A PASSENGER REFUSES ON REQUEST     
                         TO PRODUCE POSITIVE IDENTIFICATION.     
                         NOTE:     CARRIER SHALL HAVE THE RIGHT, BUT SHALL NOT     
                                   BE OBLIGATED, TO REQUIRE POSITIVE     
                                   IDENTIFICATION OF PERSONS PURCHASING TICKETS     
                                   AND/OR PRESENTING A TICKET(S) FOR THE PURPOSE     
                                   OF BOARDING AIRCRAFT.     
            
            ACROSS INT'L BOUNDARIES - 74     
            
               A    (D)  ACROSS INTERNATIONAL BOUNDARIES - WHEN A PASSENGER IS     
                         TRAVELING ACROSS ANY INTERNATIONAL BOUNDARY IF:     
                         (1)  THE TRAVEL DOCUMENTS OF SUCH PASSENGER ARE NOT IN     
                              ORDER;     
                         (2)  FOR ANY REASON, SUCH PASSENGER'S EMBARKATION FROM,     
                              TRANSIT THROUGH, OR ENTRY INTO ANY COUNTRY FROM,     
                              THROUGH, OR TO WHICH SUCH PASSENGER DESIRES     
                              TRANSPORTATION WOULD BE UNLAWFUL;     
                         (3)  SUCH PASSENGER FAILS OR REFUSES TO COMPLY WITH THE     
                              RULES AND REGULATIONS OF THE CARRIER.     
   
            PASSENGER'S CONDUCT - 75     
            
               K    (E)  PASSENGER'S CONDUCT     
                         IN THE FOLLOWING CATEGORIES REFUSAL OR REMOVAL OF     
                         PASSENGERS MAY BE NECESSARY FOR THE COMFORT AND SAFETY     
                         OF THEMSELVES OR OTHER PASSENGERS:     
                         (1)  PERSONS WHOSE CONDUCT IS DISORDERLY, ABUSIVE OR     
                              VIOLENT;     
                         (2)  PERSONS WHO ARE BAREFOOT;     
                         (3)  PERSONS WHO ARE UNABLE TO SIT IN THE SEAT WITH THE     
                              SEATBELT FASTENED;     
                         (4)  PERSONS WHO APPEAR TO BE INTOXICATED OR UNDER THE     
                              INFLUENCE OF DRUGS;     
                         (5)  PERSONS WHO HAVE AN OBVIOUS CONTAGIOUS DISEASE;     
                         (6)  PERSONS WHO HAVE AN OFFENSIVE ODOR SUCH AS FROM A     
                              DRAINING WOUND;     
                         (7)  PERSONS WHO ARE MENTALLY DERANGED OR MENTALLY     
                              INCAPACITATED.  HOWEVER, THE CARRIER WILL ACCEPT     
                              ESCORTED MENTAL PATIENTS UNDER THE FOLLOWING     
                              CONDITIONS:     
                              (A)  THE REQUESTING MEDICAL AUTHORITY FURNISHES     
                                   ASSURANCE, IN WRITING, THAT AN ESCORTED     
                                   MENTAL PATIENT CAN BE TRANSPORTED SAFELY;     
                              (B)  ONLY ONE ESCORTED MENTAL PATIENT WILL BE     
                                   PERMITTED ON A FLIGHT;     
                              (C)  REQUEST FOR CARRIAGE IS MADE AT LEAST 48     
                                   HOURS BEFORE SCHEDULED DEPARTURE;     
                              (D)  ACCEPTANCE IS FOR ONLINE TRAVEL ONLY;     
                              (E)  THE ESCORT ASSURES THAT:     
                                   (I)  THE ESCORTED PASSENGER WILL BE     
                                        ACCOMPANIED AT ALL TIMES.     
                                  (II)  THE ESCORTED PASSENGER DOES NOT POSSESS     
                                        OR HAVE ACCESS TO ARTICLES THAT COULD BE     
                                        USED AS DEADLY OR DANGEROUS WEAPONS.     
                                  (III) THE ESCORT HAS ADEQUATE RESTRAINING     
                                        DEVICES IF NEEDED.     
                         (8)  THE TRANSPORTATION OF ESCORTED MENTAL PATIENTS     
                              MUST BE IN COMPLIANCE WITH THE FOLLOWING SPECIFIC     
                              PROCEDURES:     
                              (A)  ESCORTED MENTAL PATIENTS WILL BE BOARDED     
                                   FIRST AND DEPLANED LAST.  THEY WILL BE SEATED     
                                   IN THE REAR-MOST AVAILABLE SEATS WITH THE     
                                   ESCORT SEATED BETWEEN THE ESCORTED PASSENGER     
                                   AND THE AISLE.  ESCORTED MENTAL PATIENTS WILL     
                                   NOT BE SEATED IN A ROW WITH, BEHIND, OR     
                                   FORWARD OF A WINDOW EXIT, OR IN A ROW WITH OR     
                                   OPPOSITE OF A DOOR EXIT.     
                              (B)  ESCORTED MENTAL PATIENTS WILL BE RESTRAINED     
                                   FROM MOVING ABOUT ALOFT OR ON THE GROUND.     
                                   THE PASSENGER WILL NOT BE ALLOWED TO SMOKE     
                                   AND ESCORT MUST ENSURE THAT ALL MATCHES ARE     
                                   REMOVED FROM THE PASSENGER BEFORE BOARDING.     
                              (C)  NO FOOD, BEVERAGE OR METAL EATING UTENSILS     
                                   WILL BE PROVIDED THE ESCORTED PASSENGER     
                                   UNLESS SPECIFICALLY AUTHORIZED BY THE ESCORT.     
                                   NEITHER THE ESCORT NOR THE ESCORTED PASSENGER     
                                   WILL BE SERVED, NOR WILL THEY DRINK,     
                                   ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGES WHILE ON BOARD THE     
                                   AIRCRAFT.     
                         (9)  PERSONS WHO WEAR OR HAVE ON OR ABOUT THEIR PERSON     
                              CONCEALED OR UNCONCEALED DEADLY OR DANGEROUS     
                              WEAPONS; PROVIDED, HOWEVER, THAT CARRIER WILL     
                              CARRY PASSENGERS WHO MEET THE QUALIFICATIONS AND     
                              CONDITIONS ESTABLISHED IN F.A.R. 108.11.     
                         (10) MANACLED PERSONS IN CUSTODY OF LAW ENFORCEMENT     
                              PERSONNEL OR PERSONS WHO HAVE RESISTED OR MAY     
                              REASONABLY BE BELIEVED TO BE CAPABLE OF RESISTING     
                              ESCORDS.     
                         (11) PERSONS WHO WOULD REQUIRE AN UNUSUAL AMOUNT OR     
                              UNREASONABLE TYPE OF ASSISTANCE OR MEDICAL     
                              TREATMENT ENROUTE, CONFIRMED BY CARRIER PHYSICIAN,      
                              UNLESS ACCOMPANIED BY A TICKETED PASSENGER CAPABLE     
                              OF GIVING NECESSARY ASSISTANCE.  CARRIER PERSONNEL     
                              ARE NOT PERMITTED TO GIVE HYPODERMIC INJECTIONS.      
                              EXCEPTION:  (APPLICABLE TO TRANSPORTATION TO/FROM     
                                          CANADA ONLY.)  CARRIER WILL ACCEPT     
                                          PASSENGER'S JUDGMENT OF SELF-RELIANCE      
                                          ENROUTE WITH RESPECT TO THE CONDITIONS     
                                          SET FORTH IN THIS PROVISION.     
                         (12) PERSONS WHO HAVE AN ILLNESS THAT MAY BECOME     
                              OBNOXIOUS ALOFT, WHICH HAS BEEN CONFIRMED BY AN AA     
                              PHYSICIAN.     
                         (13) PERSONS WHO HAVE MISREPRESENTED A CONDITION WHICH     
                              BECOMES EVIDENT UPON ARRIVAL AT THE AIRPORT, AND     
                              THE CONDITION IS UNACCEPTABLE FOR PASSAGE.     
                 (F)  PASSENGER'S CONDUCT OR CONDITION CARRIER WILL REFUSE TO     
                         TRANSPORT OR WILL REMOVE AT ANY POINT ANY PASSENGER     
                         WHOSE MENTAL OR PHYSICAL CONDITION IS SUCH AS TO RENDER     
                         HIM INCAPABLE OF CARING FOR HIMSELF WITHOUT ASSISTANCE     
                         OR MEDICAL TREATMENT EN ROUTE, UNLESS:     
                         (1)  HE IS ACCOMPANIED BY A TICKETED ATTENDANT WHO WILL     
                              BE RESPONSIBLE FOR CARING FOR HIM EN ROUTE; AND     
                         (2)  WITH THE CARE OF SUCH ATTENDANT HE WILL NOT     
                              REQUIRE UNREASONABLE ATTENTION OR ASSISTANCE FROM     
                              CARRIER PERSONNEL;     
                         (3)  IN THE CASE OF PREGNANT PASSENGERS, CARRIER WILL     
                              NOT TRANSPORT A PASSENGER EXPECTING DELIVERY     
                              WITHIN 7 DAYS, UNLESS IT IS PROVIDED A DOCTOR'S     
                              CERTIFICATE, DATED WITHIN 72 HOURS OF DEPARTURE     
                              THAT THE PASSENGER HAS BEEN EXAMINED AND FOUND TO     
                              BE PHYSICALLY FIT FOR TRANSPORTATION FROM (PLACE)     
                              TO (PLACE) ON (DATE) AND THAT THE ESTIMATED TIME     
                              FOR BIRTH OF THE BABY IS (DATE);     
                         (4)  INFANTS AGED 7 DAYS OR LESS.     
                         (5)  WHEN REQUESTED, ESCORT SERVICE WILL BE PROVIDED     
                              FOR PASSENGERS, 2 YEARS OF AGE OR OLDER DESIRING     
                              THIS SERVICE.  THIS INCLUDES BUT IS NOT LIMITED TO     
                              PASSENGERS WITH ALZHEIMERS AND MEDICAL CONDITIONS     
                              AFFECTING THE MIND.     
             
            RECOURSE OF PASSENGER - 76     
            
               K    (G)  RECOURSE OF PASSENGER     
                         THE SOLE RECOURSE OF ANY PERSON SO REFUSED CARRIAGE OR     
                         REMOVED EN ROUTE FOR ANY REASON SPECIFIED IN THE     
                         FOREGOING PARAGRAPHS OR IN RULES 20 OR 21  SHALL BE     
                         RECOVERY OF THE REFUND VALUE OF THE UNUSED PORTION OF     
                         HIS TICKET FROM THE CARRIER SO REFUSING OR REMOVING, AS     
                         PROVIDED IN RULE 90(D).     
            
            CARRIAGE OF CHILDREN - 77     
            
               A    (H)  CARRIAGE OF UNACCOMPANIED CHILDREN     
                         GENERAL PROVISIONS     
                         (1)  ACCOMPANIED.  CHILDREN UNDER 12 YEARS OF AGE ARE     
                              ACCEPTED FOR TRANSPORTATION WHEN     
                              ACCOMPANIED ON THE SAME FLIGHT AND IN THE SAME     
                              COMPARTMENT BY A PASSENGER AT LEAST 16 YEARS OF     
                              AGE.     
                         (2)  UNACCOMPANIED.  CHILDREN UNDER 15 YEARS OF AGE NOT     
                              ACCOMPANIED ON THE SAME FLIGHT AND IN     
                              THE SAME COMPARTMENT BY A PASSENGER 16 YEARS OF     
                              AGE OR OVER ARE ACCEPTED FOR TRANSPORTATION ONLY     
                              UNDER THE FOLLOWING CONDITIONS:     
                               AGE OF CHILD     
                                 AT LAST             VIA ALL CLASSES OF     
                                 BIRTHDAY            SERVICE     
                               UNDER 5 YEARS         NOT ACCEPTED UNDER ANY     
                                 OF AGE              CONDITIONS     
                               5,6 OR 7 YEARS     
                                 OF AGE              ACCEPTED ONLY FOR ONLINE     
                              (EXCEPTION:            TRANSPORTATION INCLUDING     
                                 ONLY 7 YEARS        AMERICAN EAGLE BUT NOT     
                                 OF AGE WHEN         INCLUDING OTHER AA MARKETED     
                                 TRAVEL IS           CODESHARE FLIGHTS, AND ONLY     
                                 BETWEEN THE         WHEN THROUGH SERVICE IS     
                                 U.S. AND NEW        PROVIDED WITHOUT CHANGE     
                                 ZEALAND)            OF AIRCRAFT.  THE CHILD     
                                                     MUST BE BROUGHT TO THE     
                                                     AIRPORT OF DEPARTURE BY A     
                                                     PARENT OR RESPONSIBLE     
                                                     ADULT WHO REMAINS WITH     
                                                     THE CHILD UNTIL ENPLANED     
                                                     AND THE AIRCRAFT HAS     
                                                     DEPARTED THE GATE AND     
                                                     WHO MUST FURNISH     
                                                     CARRIER WITH SATISFACTORY     
                                                     EVIDENCE THAT THE CHILD     
                                                     WILL BE MET BY ANOTHER     
                                                     PARENT OR RESPONSIBLE     
                                                     ADULT UPON DEPLANING AT     
                                                     HIS DESTINATION, BUT NOT     
                                                     ACCEPTED IF THE FLIGHT ON     
                                                     WHICH THE CHILD HOLDS A     
                                                     RESERVATION IS EXPECTED     
                                                     TO TERMINATE SHORT OF, OR     
                                                     BY-PASS HIS DESTINATION.     
                                 8 TO 14 YEARS OF     
                                    AGE              ACCEPTED FOR ONLINE     
                                                     TRANSPORTATION     
                                                     ONLY, INCLUDING     
                                                     AMERICAN EAGLE/     
                                                     AMERICAN CONNECTION     
                                                     BUT NOT INCLUDING     
                                                     OTHER AA MARKETED     
                                                     CODESHARE FLIGHTS,     
                                                     PROVIDED SPACE     
                                                     HAS BEEN CONFIRMED     
                                                     TO THE FIRST POINT     
                                                     OF STOPOVER OR TO A     
                                                     POINT WHERE THE     
                                                     CHILD IS TO BE MET     
                                                     BY A PARENT OR     
                                                     RESPONSIBLE ADULT     
                                                     UPON DEPLANING.     
                                 15 TO 17 YEARS OF     
                                     AGE             USE OF THE UNACCOMPANIED     
                                                     MINOR     
                                                     SERVICE IS NOT REQUIRED,     
                                                     BUT IS AVAILABLE UPON     
                                                     REQUEST     
                                                     FOR CHILDREN IN THIS AGE     
                                                     GROUP, SUBJECT TO THE SAME     
                                                     CHARGES AND PROVISIONS.     
                         (3)  FARE.  THE FARE APPLICABLE TO THE TRANSPORTATION     
                              OF CHILDREN WILL BE DETERMINED IN ACCORDANCE WITH     
                              RULE 200 (CHILDREN'S AND INFANTS' FARES).     
                         (4)  RESPONSIBILITIES OF CARRIER.  CARRIER WILL ASSUME     
                              NO FINANCIAL OR GUARDIANSHIP RESPONSIBILITIES FOR      
                              UNACCOMPANIED CHILDREN BEYOND THOSE APPLICABLE TO     
                              AN ADULT PASSENGER.     
                         (5)  (A)  IN ADDITION TO THE FARE IN RULE 200, THERE     
                                   WILL BE A SERVICE FEE OF USD 150.00/CAD     
                                   150.00 APPLICABLE TO UNACCOMPANIED CHILDREN 5     
                                   THROUGH 14 YEARS OF AGE FOR ONE-WAY ESCORT     
                                   SERVICE FROM POINT OF ORIGIN TO STOPOVER OR     
                                   DESTINATION WHEN THE CHILD'S TRIP CONSISTS OF     
                                   AN ON-LINE, NONSTOP, DIRECT OR THROUGH     
                                   (MULTI-STOP, SINGLE PLANE) FLIGHT.     
                                   IN ADDITION TO THE FARE IN RULE 200, THERE     
                                   WILL BE A SERVICE FEE OF USD 150.00/CAD     
                                   150.00 APPLICABLE TO UNACCOMPANIED CHILDREN 8     
                                   THROUGH 14 YEARS OF AGE FOR ONE-WAY ESCORT     
                                   SERVICE FROM POINT OF ORIGIN TO STOPOVER OR     
                                   DESTINATION WHEN THE CHILD'S TRIP CONSISTS OF     
                                   ONE OR MORE ON-LINE CONNECTING FLIGHTS.  WHEN     
                                   REQUESTED, ESCORT SERVICE     
                                   WILL BE PROVIDED FOR YOUNG ADULTS {C}15     
                                   THROUGH 17 YEARS OF AGE.  A SERVICE FEE OF     
                                   USD     
                                   150.00/CAD 150.00 FOR NONSTOP/DIRECT AND     
                                   THROUGH FLIGHTS/CONNECTING FLIGHTS WILL     
                                   APPLY.     
                              (B)  IF 2 OR MORE CHILDREN ARE TRAVELLING     
                                   TOGETHER, ONLY ONE SURCHARGE WILL BE     
                                   ASSESSED.     
                              (C)  CHILDREN UNDER 15 YEARS OF AGE WILL NOT BE     
                                   ACCEPTED FOR CO-TERMINAL CONNECTING     
                                   ITINERARIES THAT REQUIRE GROUND CHANGES,     
                                   I.E., LGW-LHR, JFK-LGA.     
                              (D)  AA WILL NOT ACCEPT OR PROVIDE TRANSPORTATION     
                                   FOR CHILDREN UNDER 15 YEARS OF AGE ON ANY     
                                   ITINERARY THAT INCLUDES THE LAST ONLINE     
                                   CONNECTING FLIGHT.  

 

  
            
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               D    PASSENGER EXPENSES EN ROUTE     
            
                        
                    (A)  MEALS, HOTEL ACCOMMODATIONS, GROUND TRANSPORTATION AND     
                         TRANSIT TAXES     
                         APPLICABLE TO AA TRANSATLANTIC/TRANSPACIFIC SERVICE FOR     
                         PASSENGERS WHO HAVE PURCHASED FIRST CLASS, BUSINESS      
                         CLASS OR FULL ECONOMY CLASS TICKETS.  HOTEL EXPENSES,     
                         CHARGES FOR GROUND TRANSPORTATION SERVICE (EXCEPT AS     
                         PROVIDED IN RULE 30), MEALS OTHER THAN THOSE SERVED     
                         ALOFT, AIRPORT SERVICE CHARGES AND TRANSIT TAXES ARE     
                         NOT INCLUDED IN PASSENGER FARES:     
                         (1)  AA WILL BEAR LAYOVER EXPENSES WHEN ITS SERVICES     
                              ARE USED FOR INTERCONTINENTAL TRANSPORTATION, WHEN     
                              THE PASSENGER IS CONNECTING TO/FROM OTHER     
                              INTERNATIONAL SERVICES AND SAME-DAY CONNECTING     
                              SERVICES INVOLVING AA ARE NOT SCHEDULED OR     
                              AVAILABLE.  AA WILL ONLY PARTICIPATE IN PRORATION     
                              OF EXPENSES WHEN SERVICES ARE PROVIDED AT AIRPORTS     
                              DESIGNATED BY AA AND AT SPECIFICALLY DESIGNATED     
                              HOTELS (INCLUDING WHEN AA IS THE RECEIVING     
                              CARRIER).  HOTEL ACCOMMODATIONS WILL ONLY BE     
                              PROVIDED WHEN CONNECTING TIME EXCEEDS SIX HOURS     
                              AND WHEN ARRANGED IN ADVANCE OF ARRIVAL AT THE     
                              TRANSFER POINT.     
                         (2)  AA SHALL PARTICIPATE IN THE ABSORPTION OF     
                              INVOLUNTARY LAYOVER COSTS ONLY AS SPECIFIED IN THE     
                              FOLLOWING CHART:     
                              ON ROUTINGS     AND . .  EXPENSES ACCEPTED AT     
                              BETWEEN....              CITIES SERVICED BY AA IN     
            
                              TC1             TC2/3    EUROPE (SEE NOTE 1)     
            
                              CENTRAL/SOUTH   TC2/3    THE U.S.A. OR     
                              AMERICA                  PUERTO RICO     
            
                              TC1             TC3      THE NORTH PACIFIC     
            
                              TC2             SOUTH    THE U.S.A.     
                                              PACIFIC     
            
                              NOTE 1:  EXCLUDING BUDAPEST AND BREMEN     
            
     

      
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               A    TAXES     
            
                      ANY TAX OR OTHER CHARGE IMPOSED BY GOVERNMENT AUTHORITY AND     
                     COLLECTABLE FROM A PASSENGER WILL BE IN ADDITION TO THE     
                     PUBLISHED FARES AND CHARGES.     
            


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            TITLE/APPLICATION - 70     
            
               K    ADMINISTRATIVE FORMALITIES - PASSPORTS, VISAS AND     
                    TOURIST CARDS     
            
                                 (A)  COMPLIANCE WITH REGULATIONS     
                         THE PASSENGER SHALL COMPLY WITH ALL LAWS, REGULATIONS,     
                         ORDERS, DEMANDS, OR TRAVEL REQUIREMENTS OF COUNTRIES TO     
                         BE FLOWN FROM, INTO, OR OVER, AND WITH ALL RULES,     
                         REGULATIONS, AND INSTRUCTIONS OF CARRIER.  CARRIER     
                         SHALL NOT BE LIABLE FOR ANY AID OR INFORMATION GIVEN BY     
                         ANY AGENT OR EMPLOYEE OF CARRIER TO ANY PASSENGER IN     
                         CONNECTION WITH OBTAINING NECESSARY DOCUMENTS OR     
                         COMPLYING WITH SUCH LAWS, REGULATIONS, ORDERS, DEMANDS,      
                         REQUIREMENTS, OR INSTRUCTIONS, WHETHER GIVEN ORALLY, IN     
                         WRITING, OR OTHERWISE, OR FOR THE CONSEQUENCES TO ANY     
                         PASSENGER RESULTING FROM HIS FAILURE TO OBTAIN SUCH      
                         DOCUMENTS OR TO COMPLY WITH SUCH LAWS, REGULATIONS,     
                         ORDERS, DEMANDS, REQUIREMENTS, OR INSTRUCTIONS.     
            
            PASSPORTS AND VISAS - 71     
            
               A    (B)  PASSPORTS AND VISAS     
                         (1)  EACH PASSENGER DESIRING TRANSPORTATION ACROSS ANY     
                              INTERNATIONAL BOUNDARY WILL BE RESPONSIBLE FOR     
                              OBTAINING ALL NECESSARY TRAVEL DOCUMENTS AND FOR     
                              COMPLYING WITH ALL GOVERNMENT TRAVEL REQUIREMENTS.     
                              THE PASSENGER MUST PRESENT ALL EXIT, ENTRY AND     
                              OTHER DOCUMENTS REQUIRED BY THE LAWS, AND, UNLESS     
                              APPLICABLE LAWS PROVIDE OTHERWISE, SHALL INDEMNIFY     
                              THE CARRIER FOR ANY LOSS, DAMAGE, OR EXPENSE     
                              SUFFERED OR INCURRED BY SUCH CARRIER BY REASON OF     
                              SUCH PASSENGER'S FAILURE TO DO SO.  CARRIER IS NOT     
                              LIABLE TO THE PASSENGER FOR LOSS OR EXPENSE DUE TO     
                              THE PASSENGER'S FAILURE TO COMPLY WITH THIS     
                              PROVISION.  CARRIER RESERVES THE RIGHT TO REFUSE     
                              CARRIAGE TO ANY PASSENGER WHO HAS NOT COMPLIED     
                              WITH APPLICABLE LAWS, REGULATIONS, ORDERS,     
                              DEMANDS, OR REQUIREMENTS OR WHOSE DOCUMENTS ARE     
                              NOT COMPLETE.  NO CARRIER SHALL BE LIABLE FOR ANY     
                              AID OR INFORMATION GIVEN BY ANY AGENT OR EMPLOYEE     
                              OF SUCH CARRIER TO ANY PASSENGER IN CONNECTION     
                              WITH OBTAINING SUCH DOCUMENTS OR COMPLYING WITH     
                              SUCH LAWS, WHETHER GIVEN     
                              ORALLY OR IN WRITING OR OTHERWISE.  IN ADDITION,     
                              CARRIER RESERVES THE RIGHT TO HOLD, PHOTOCOPY OR     
                              OTHERWISE IMAGE REPRODUCE A TRAVEL DOCUMENT     
                              PRESENTED BY ANY PASSENGER AND ACCEPTED BY THE     
                              CARRIER AS A CONDITION OF BOARDING.     
                         (2)  SUBJECT TO APPLICABLE LAWS AND REGULATIONS, THE     
                              PASSENGER AGREES TO PAY THE APPLICABLE FARE     
                              WHENEVER CARRIER, ON GOVERNMENT ORDER, IS REQUIRED     
                              TO RETURN A PASSENGER TO HIS POINT OF ORIGIN OR     
                              ELSEWHERE DUE TO THE PASSENGER'S INADMISSIBILITY     
                              INTO OR DEPORTATION FROM A COUNTRY, WHETHER OF     
                              TRANSIT OR OF DESTINATION.  THE FARE APPLICABLE     
                              WILL BE THE FARE THAT WOULD HAVE BEEN APPLICABLE     
                              HAD THE ORIGINAL TICKET DESIGNATED THE REVISED     
                              DESTINATION ON THE NEW TICKET.  ANY DIFFERENCE     
                              BETWEEN THE FARE SO APPLICABLE AND THE FARE PAID     
                              BY THE PASSENGER WILL BE COLLECTED FROM OR     
                              REFUNDED TO THE PASSENGER AS THE CASE MAY BE.     
                              CARRIER MAY APPLY TO THE PAYMENT OF SUCH FARES ANY     
                              FUNDS PAID BY THE PASSENGER TO CARRIER FOR UNUSED     
                              CARRIAGE, OR ANY FUNDS OF THE PASSENGER IN THE     
                              POSSESSION OF CARRIER.  THE FARE COLLECTED FOR     
                              CARRIAGE TO THE POINT OF REFUSAL OR DEPORTATION     
                              WILL NOT BE REFUNDED BY THE CARRIER, UNLESS THE     
                              LAW OF SUCH COUNTRY REQUIRES THAT SUCH FARE BE     
                              REFUNDED.     
                         (3)  PASSENGER TRANSITING WITHOUT VISA (TRWOV) -     
                              SERVICE CHARGE     
                              A PASSENGER TRANSITING, WITHOUT A VISA, A POINT(S)     
                              WITHIN A COUNTRY REQUIRING A VISA FOR LAWFUL     
                              ENTRY, WILL BE ASSESSED A SERVICE CHARGE OF USD     
                              50.00/CAD 56.00 WHEN AA IS THE CARRIER PROVIDING     
                              SUCH PASSENGER WITH TRANSPORTATION TO SUCH     
                              POINT(S).  THE TRANSIT WITHOUT VISA SERVICE     
                              CHARGE WILL ONLY APPLY TO INTERLINE PASSENGERS.     
                              THE FEE IS WAIVED FOR ONLINE PASSENGERS.     
                              NOTE:  THIS SERVICE CHARGE WILL BE ASSESSED EITHER     
                                     WHEN AA ISSUES/REISSUES THE PASSENGER'S     
                                     TICKET OR WHEN PASSENGER CHECK-INS FOR     
                                     FLIGHT.     
                           EXCEPTION:  THE TRANSIT WITHOUT VISA (TRWOV) FEE OF     
                                       USD 50.00/CAD 56.00 ONE WAY IS WAIVED FOR     
                                       TRAVEL BETWEEN JAPAN AND BRAZIL/PERU.     
                         (4)  PASSENGERS APPLYING FOR VISA APPLICATIONS -     
                              SERVICE CHARGE      
                              AA WILL ASSESS A USD 25.00/CAD 28.00 FEE FOR THE     
                              APPLICATION PROCESS OF OBTAINING AN ELECTRONIC     
                              TRAVEL AUTHORIZATION (ELECTRONIC VISA) FOR     
                              CUSTOMERS.     
            
            CUSTOMS INSPECTION - 72     
            
               K    (C)   CUSTOMS INSPECTION     
                         IF REQUIRED, THE PASSENGER MUST ATTEND INSPECTION OF     
                         HIS BAGGAGE, CHECKED OR UNCHECKED, BY CUSTOMS OR OTHER     
                         GOVERNMENT OFFICIALS.  CARRIER ACCEPTS NO     
                         RESPONSIBILITY TOWARD THE PASSENGER IF THE LATTER FAILS     
                         TO OBSERVE THIS CONDITION.  IF DAMAGE IS CAUSED TO     
                         CARRIER BECAUSE OF THE PASSENGER'S FAILURE TO OBSERVE     
                         THIS CONDITION, THE PASSENGER SHALL INDEMNIFY CARRIER     
                         THEREFOR.     
                         CARRIER SHALL NOT BE LIABLE TO THE PASSENGER FOR ANY     
                         AID, ASSISTANCE, DATA, OR OTHER INFORMATION PROVIDED TO     
                         GOVERNMENT AGENCIES INCLUDING, BUT NOT LIMITED TO,     
                         CUSTOMS, WHICH ARE INVOLVED IN BORDER CONTROLS OF ANY     
                         COUNTRY PERTAINING TO PASSENGER OR PASSENGER'S TRAVEL.     
            
            GOVERNMENT REGULATION - 73     
             
               K    (D)  GOVERNMENT REGULATION     
                         NO LIABILITY SHALL ATTACH TO CARRIER IF CARRIER IN GOOD     
                         FAITH DETERMINES THAT WHAT IT UNDERSTANDS TO BE     
                         APPLICABLE LAW, GOVERNMENT REGULATION, DEMAND, ORDER OR     
                         REQUIREMENT, REQUIRES THAT IT REFUSE AND IT DOES REFUSE     
                         TO CARRY A PASSENGER.     
            
            
            
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            TITLE/APPLICATION - 70     
            
               A    LIABILITY OF CARRIERS     
            
                     (A)  SUCCESSIVE CARRIERS     
                         CARRIAGE TO BE PERFORMED UNDER ONE TICKET OR UNDER A     
                         TICKET AND ANY CONJUNCTION TICKET ISSUED IN CONNECTION     
                         THEREWITH BY SEVERAL SUCCESSIVE CARRIERS IS REGARDED AS     
                         A SINGLE OPERATION.     
            
            LAWS APPLICABLE - 71     
            
               K    (B)  OTHER PERSONS NOTHING HEREIN SHALL BE DEEMED TO     
                         AFFECT THE RIGHTS AND LIABILITY OF THE     
                         CARRIER WITH REGARD TO ANY CLAIMS BROUGHT BY, ON BEHALF     
                         OF, OR IN RESPECT OF ANY PERSON WHO HAS WILLFULLY     
                         CAUSED DAMAGE WHICH RESULTED IN DEATH, WOUNDING, OR     
                         OTHER BODILY INJURY OF A PASSENGER.     
            
            LIMITATION OF LIABILITY - 72     
            
               K    (C)  (1) THE CARRIER SHALL BE LIABLE UNDER ARTICLE 17 OF     
                             THE WARSAW CONVENTION OR MONTREAL CONVENTION,     
                             WHICHEVER MAY APPLY, FOR RECOVERABLE     
                             COMPENSATORY DAMAGES SUSTAINED IN THE CASE OF     
                             DEATH OR BODILY INJURY OF A PASSENGER, AS     
                             PROVIDED IN THE FOLLOWING PARAGRAPHS:     
                                 (A)  THE CARRIER SHALL NOT BE ABLE TO EXCLUDE     
                                      OR LIMIT ITS LIABILITY FOR DAMAGES NOT     
                                      EXCEEDING 113,100 SPECIAL DRAWING RIGHTS     
                                      FOR EACH PASSENGER.     
                                 (B)  THE CARRIER SHALL NOT BE LIABLE FOR     
                                      DAMAGES TO THE EXTENT THAT THEY EXCEED     
                                      113,100 SPECIAL DRAWING RIGHTS FOR EACH     
                                      PASSENGER IF THE CARRIER PROVES THAT:     
                                      (I)  SUCH DAMAGE WAS NOT DUE TO THE     
                                           NEGLIGENCE OR OTHER WRONGFUL ACT OR     
                                           OMISSION OF THE CARRIER OR ITS     
                                           SERVANTS OR AGENTS; OR     
                                     (II)  SUCH DAMAGE WAS SOLELY DUE TO THE     
                                           NEGLIGENCE OR OTHER WRONGFUL ACT OR     
                                           OMISSION OF A THIRD PARTY.     
                                 (C)  THE CARRIER RESERVES ALL OTHER DEFENSES     
                                      AND LIMITATIONS AVAILABLE UNDER THE WARSAW     
                                      CONVENTION OR MONTREAL CONVENTION,     
                                      WHICHEVER MAY APPLY, TO SUCH CLAIMS     
                                      INCLUDING, BUT NOT LIMITED TO, THE     
                                      EXONERATION DEFENSE OF ARTICLE 21 OF THE     
                                      WARSAW CONVENTION AND ARTICLE 20 OF THE     
                                      MONTREAL CONVENTION, EXCEPT THAT THE     
                                      CARRIER SHALL NOT INVOKE ARTICLES 20 AND     
                                      22 (1) OF THE WARSAW CONVENTION IN A     
                                      MANNER INCONSISTENT WITH PARAGRAPHS (1)     
                                      AND (2) HEREOF.     
                                 (D)  WITH RESPECT TO THIRD PARTIES, THE CARRIER     
                                      RESERVES ALL RIGHTS OF RECOURSE AGAINST     
                                      ANY OTHER PERSON, INCLUDING, WITHOUT     
                                      LIMITATION, RIGHTS OF CONTRIBUTION AND     
                                      INDEMNITY.     
                                 (E)  THE CARRIER AGREES THAT, SUBJECT TO THE     
                                      APPLICABLE LAW, RECOVERABLE COMPENSATORY     
                                      DAMAGES FOR SUCH CLAIMS MAY BE DETERMINED     
                                      BY REFERENCE TO THE LAWS OF THE COUNTRY OF     
                                      THE DOMICILE OR COUNTRY OF PERMANENT     
                                      RESIDENCE OF THE PASSENGER.     
                              (2)  IN CASES OF BODILY INJURY OR DEATH, THE     
                                   CARRIER SHALL MAKE AN ADVANCE PAYMENT WHERE     
                                   THE CARRIER DETERMINES IT IS NECESSARY TO     
                                   MEET THE IMMEDIATE ECONOMIC NEEDS OF, AND     
                                   HARDSHIP SUFFERED BY, A PASSENGER AS PROVIDED     
                                   IN THE FOLLOWING PARAGRAPHS:     
                                 (A)  UNLESS A DISPUTE ARISES OVER THE IDENTITY     
                                      OF THE PERSON TO WHOM AN ADVANCE PAYMENT     
                                      SHALL BE MADE, THE CARRIER SHALL, WITHOUT     
                                      DELAY, MAKE THE ADVANCE PAYMENT TO THE     
                                      PASSENGER IN AN AMOUNT OR AMOUNTS     
                                      DETERMINED BY THE CARRIER IN ITS SOLE     
                                      DISCRETION.  IN THE EVENT OF DEATH OF A     
                                      PASSENGER, THE AMOUNT OF THE ADVANCE     
                                      PAYMENT SHALL NOT BE LESS THAN 16,000     
                                      SPECIAL DRAWING RIGHTS, WHICH SHALL BE     
                                      PAID TO A REPRESENTATIVE OF THE     
                                      PASSENGER'S NEXT OF KIN ELIGIBLE TO     
                                      RECEIVE SUCH ADVANCE PAYMENT AS DETERMINED     
                                      BY THE CARRIER IN ITS SOLE DISCRETION.     
                                 (B)  THE CARRIER SHALL MAKE THE ADVANCE PAYMENT     
                                      AS AN ADVANCE AGAINST THE CARRIER'S     
                                      LIABILITY UNDER THE WARSAW CONVENTION, OR     
                                      THE MONTREAL CONVENTION, WHICHEVER MAY     
                                      APPLY.  AN ADVANCE PAYMENT SHALL NOT     
                                      CONSTITUTE RECOGNITION OF LIABILITY.  AN     
                                      ADVANCE PAYMENT SHALL BE OFFSET AGAINST,     
                                      OR DEDUCTED FROM THE PAYMENT OF, ANY     
                                      SETTLEMENT OR JUDGMENT WITH RESPECT TO ANY     
                                      CLAIM FOR COMPENSATION ON BEHALF OF THE     
                                      PASSENGER.     
                                 (C)  THE CARRIER, IN MAKING AN ADVANCE PAYMENT,     
                                      DOES NOT WAIVE ANY RIGHTS, DEFENSES, OR     
                                      LIMITATIONS AVAILABLE UNDER THE WARSAW     
                                      CONVENTION, OR THE MONTREAL CONVENTION,     
                                      WHICHEVER MAY APPLY, TO ANY CLAIM, NOR     
                                      SHALL ACCEPTANCE OF AN ADVANCE PAYMENT     
                                      CONSTITUTE A RELEASE OF ANY CLAIM,     
                                      WHATSOEVER, BY ANY PERSON.      
                                 (D)  THE CARRIER, IN MAKING AN ADVANCE PAYMENT,     
                                      PRESERVES ITS RIGHTS TO SEEK CONTRIBUTION     
                                      OR INDEMNITY FROM ANY OTHER PERSON FOR      
                                      SUCH PAYMENT, WHICH SHALL NOT BE DEEMED TO     
                                      BE A VOLUNTARY CONTRIBUTION OR CONTRACTUAL     
                                      PAYMENT ON THE PART OF THE CARRIER.     
                                 (E)  THE CARRIER MAY RECOVER AN ADVANCE PAYMENT     
                                      FROM ANY PERSON WHERE IT IS PROVEN THAT     
                                      THE CARRIER IS NOT LIABLE FOR ANY DAMAGE     
                                      SUSTAINED BY THE PASSENGER, OR WHERE IT IS     
                                      PROVEN THAT THE PERSON WAS NOT ENTITLED TO     
                                      RECEIVE THE PAYMENT, OR WHERE AND TO THE      
                                      EXTENT THAT IT IS PROVEN THAT THE PERSON     
                                      WHO RECEIVED THE ADVANCE PAYMENT CAUSED,     
                                      OR CONTRIBUTED TO, THE DAMAGE.     
                              (3)  THE CARRIER SHALL BE LIABLE FOR DAMAGE     
                                   OCCASIONED BY DELAY IN THE CARRIAGE OF     
                                   PASSENGERS BY AIR, AS PROVIDED IN THE     
                                   FOLLOWING PARAGRAPHS:     
                                 (A)  THE CARRIER SHALL NOT BE LIABLE IF IT     
                                      PROVES THAT IT AND ITS SERVANTS AND AGENTS     
                                      TOOK ALL MEASURES THAT COULD REASONABLY BE     
                                      REQUIRED TO AVOID THE DAMAGE, OR THAT IT     
                                      WAS IMPOSSIBLE FOR IT OR THEM TO TAKE SUCH     
                                      MEASURES.     
                                 (B)  AIRPORT, AIR TRAFFIC CONTROL, SECURITY,     
                                      AND OTHER FACILITIES OR PERSONNEL, WHETHER     
                                      PUBLIC OR PRIVATE, NOT UNDER THE CONTROL     
                                      AND DIRECTION OF THE CARRIER ARE NOT     
                                      SERVANTS OR AGENTS OF THE CARRIER, AND THE     
                                      CARRIER IS NOT LIABLE TO THE EXTENT THE      
                                      DELAY IS CAUSED BY THESE KINDS OF     
                                      FACILITIES OR PERSONNEL.     
                                 (C)  DAMAGES OCCASIONED BY DELAY ARE SUBJECT TO     
                                      THE TERMS, LIMITATIONS AND DEFENSES SET     
                                      FORTH IN THE WARSAW CONVENTION AND     
                                      MONTREAL CONVENTION, WHICHEVER MAY APPLY.     
                                      THEY INCLUDE FORESEEABLE COMPENSATORY     
                                      DAMAGES SUSTAINED BY A PASSENGER AND DO     
                                      NOT INCLUDE MENTAL INJURY DAMAGES.     
                                   (D)  THE CARRIER RESERVES ALL DEFENSES AND     
                                        LIMITATIONS AVAILABLE UNDER THE WARSAW     
                                        CONVENTION OR THE MONTREAL CONVENTION,     
                                        WHICHEVER MAY APPLY TO CLAIMS FOR DAMAGE     
                                        OCCASIONED BY DELAY, INCLUDING, BUT NOT     
                                        LIMITED TO, THE EXONERATION DEFENSE OF     
                                        ARTICLE 21 OF THE WARSAW CONVENTION AND     
                                        ARTICLE 20 OF THE MONTREAL CONVENTION.     
                                        UNDER THE MONTREAL CONVENTION, THE     
                                        LIABILITY OF THE CARRIER FOR DAMAGE     
                                        CAUSED BY DELAY IS LIMITED TO 4,694 SDR     
                                        PER PASSENGER.  THE LIMITS OF LIABILITY     
                                        SHALL NOT APPLY IN CASES DESCRIBED IN     
                                        ARTICLE 25 OF THE WARSAW CONVENTION OR     
                                        ARTICLE 22(5) OF THE MONTREAL     
                                        CONVENTION, WHICHEVER MAY APPLY.     
                              (4)  THE CARRIER IS LIABLE FOR DAMAGES SUSTAINED     
                                   IN THE CASE OF DESTRUCTION OR LOSS OF, DAMAGE     
                                   TO, OR DELAY OF CHECKED AND UNCHECKED     
                                   BAGGAGE, AS PROVIDED IN THE FOLLOWING     
                                   PARAGRAPHS:     
                                   (A)  EXCEPT AS PROVIDED BELOW, THE LIABILITY     
                                        OF THE CARRIER IS LIMITED TO 1,131     
                                        SPECIAL DRAWING RIGHTS FOR EACH     
                                        PASSENGER IN THE CASE OF DESTRUCTION,     
                                        LOSS, DAMAGE, OR DELAY OF BAGGAGE,     
                                        WHETHER CHECKED OR UNCHECKED, UNDER THE     
                                        WARSAW CONVENTION OR THE MONTREAL     
                                        CONVENTION, WHICHEVER MAY APPLY.  UNLESS     
                                        THE PASSENGER PROVES OTHERWISE:     
                                        (I)  ALL BAGGAGE CHECKED BY A PASSENGER     
                                             SHALL BE CONSIDERED TO BE THE     
                                             PROPERTY OF THE PASSENGER;     
                                       (II)  A PARTICULAR PIECE OF BAGGAGE,     
                                             CHECKED OR UNCHECKED, SHALL NOT BE     
                                             CONSIDERED TO BE THE PROPERTY OF     
                                             MORE THAN ONE PASSENGER; AND     
                                      (III)  UNCHECKED BAGGAGE, INCLUDING     
                                             PERSONAL ITEMS, SHALL BE CONSIDERED     
                                             TO BE THE PROPERTY OF THE PASSENGER     
                                             IN POSSESSION OF THE BAGGAGE AT THE     
                                             TIME OF EMBARKATION.     
                                   (B)  IF A PASSENGER MAKES, AT THE TIME     
                                        CHECKED BAGGAGE IS HANDED TO THE     
                                        CARRIER, A SPECIAL DECLARATION OF     
                                        INTEREST AND HAS PAID A SUPPLEMENTARY     
                                        SUM, IF APPLICABLE, THE CARRIER WILL BE     
                                        LIABLE FOR DESTRUCTION, LOSS, DAMAGE, OR     
                                        DELAY OF SUCH CHECKED BAGGAGE IN AN     
                                        AMOUNT NOT EXCEEDING THE DECLARED     
                                        AMOUNT, UNLESS THE CARRIER PROVES THAT     
                                        THE DECLARED AMOUNT IS GREATER THAN THE     
                                        PASSENGER'S ACTUAL INTEREST IN DELIVERY     
                                        AT DESTINATION.  THE DECLARED AMOUNT,     
                                        AND THE CARRIER'S LIABILITY, SHALL NOT     
                                        EXCEED THE TOTAL AMOUNT OF DECLARATION     
                                        PERMISSIBLE UNDER THE CARRIER'S     
                                        REGULATIONS, INCLUSIVE OF THE LIMITATION     
                                        OF PARAGRAPHS, D)1) HEREOF.  IN THE CASE     
                                        OF TRANSPORTATION UNDER THE WARSAW     
                                        CONVENTION, NO SUPPLEMENTARY SUM SHALL     
                                        APPLY UNLESS THE DECLARED AMOUNT EXCEEDS     
                                        19 SPECIAL DRAWING RIGHTS PER KILOGRAM     
                                        OF THE TOTAL RECORDED WEIGHT OF THE     
                                        CHECKED BAGGAGE AT THE TIME THE BAGGAGE     
                                        IS HANDED TO THE CARRIER.  NEVERTHELESS,     
                                        THE CARRIER MAY IMPOSE CHARGES FOR     
                                        PIECES OF BAGGAGE IN EXCESS OF ANY FREE     
                                        ALLOWANCE THE CARRIER MAY PROVIDE.     
                                   (C)  IN THE CASE OF UNCHECKED BAGGAGE, THE     
                                        CARRIER IS LIABLE ONLY TO THE EXTENT THE     
                                        DAMAGE RESULTED FROM ITS FAULT, OR THAT     
                                        OF IT'S SERVANTS OR AGENTS.     
                                   (D)  THE CARRIER IS NOT LIABLE FOR     
                                        DESTRUCTION, LOSS, DAMAGE, OR DELAY OF     
                                        BAGGAGE NOT IN THE CHARGE OF THE     
                                        CARRIER, INCLUDING BAGGAGE UNDERGOING     
                                        SECURITY INSPECTIONS OR MEASURES NOT     
                                        UNDER THE CONTROL AND DIRECTION OF THE     
                                        CARRIER.     
                                   (E)  THE CARRIER RESERVES ALL DEFENSES AND     
                                        LIMITATIONS AVAILABLE UNDER THE WARSAW     
                                        CONVENTION AND THE MONTREAL CONVENTION,     
                                        WHICHEVER MAY APPLY TO SUCH CLAIMS     
                                        INCLUDING, BUT NOT LIMITED TO, THE     
                                        DEFENSE OF ARTICLE 20 OF THE WARSAW     
                                        CONVENTION AND ARTICLE 19 OF THE     
                                        MONTREAL CONVENTION, AND THE EXONERATION     
                                        DEFENSE OF ARTICLE 21 OF THE WARSAW     
                                        CONVENTION AND ARTICLE 20 OF THE     
                                        MONTREAL CONVENTION, EXCEPT THAT THE     
                                        CARRIER SHALL NOT INVOKE ARTICLE 22 (2)     
                                        AND (3) OF THE WARSAW CONVENTION IN     
                                        MANNER INCONSISTENT WITH PARAGRAPH(1)     
                                        HEREOF.  THE LIMITS OF LIABILITY SHALL     
                                        NOT APPLY IN CASES DESCRIBED IN ARTICLE     
                                        25 OF THE WARSAW CONVENTION OR ARTICLE     
                                        22(5) OF THE MONTREAL CONVENTION,     
                                        WHICHEVER MAY APPLY.     
                              (5)  UNDER THE WARSAW CONVENTION AND THE MONTREAL     
                                   CONVENTION, WHICHEVER MAY APPLY, AN ACTION     
                                   FOR DAMAGES MUST BE BROUGHT WITHIN TWO YEARS,     
                                   AND A COMPLAINT MUST BE MADE TO THE CARRIER     
                                   WITHIN SEVEN CALENDAR DAYS IN THE CASE OF     
                                   DAMAGE TO BAGGAGE, AND 21 CALENDAR DAYS IN     
                                   THE CASE OF DELAY THEREOF.     
                              (6)  CARRIER IS NOT LIABLE FOR ANY DAMAGE DIRECTLY     
                                   AND SOLELY ARISING OUT OF ITS COMPLIANCE WITH     
                                   ANY LAWS, GOVERNMENT REGULATIONS, ORDERS, OR     
                                   REQUIREMENTS OR FROM FAILURE OF PASSENGER TO     
                                   COMPLY WITH SAME, OR OUT OF ANY CAUSE BEYOND     
                                   CARRIER'S CONTROL.     
                         (7)  CARRIER IS NOT LIABLE FOR DAMAGE TO A PASSENGER'S     
                              BAGGAGE CAUSED BY PROPERTY CONTAINED IN THE     
                              PASSENGER'S BAGGAGE.  ANY PASSENGER WHOSE PROPERTY     
                              CAUSED DAMAGE TO ANOTHER PASSENGER'S BAGGAGE OR TO     
                              THE PROPERTY OF CARRIER SHALL INDEMNIFY CARRIER     
                              FOR ALL LOSSES AND EXPENSES INCURRED BY CARRIER AS     
                              A RESULT THEREOF.     
                         (8)  CARRIER MAY REFUSE TO ACCEPT ANY ARTICLES THAT DO     
                              NOT CONSTITUTE BAGGAGE AS SUCH TERM IS DEFINED     
                              HEREIN, BUT IF DELIVERED TO AND RECEIVED BY     
                              CARRIER, SUCH ARTICLES SHALL BE DEEMED TO BE     
                              WITHIN THE BAGGAGE LIMIT OF LIABILITY, AND SHALL     
                              BE SUBJECT TO THE PUBLISHED RATES AND CHARGES OF     
                              CARRIER.     
                         (9)  (A)  LIABILITY OF CARRIER FOR DAMAGES SHALL BE     
                                   LIMITED TO OCCURRENCES ON ITS OWN LINE,     
                                   EXCEPT IN THE CASE OF CHECKED BAGGAGE AS TO     
                                   WHICH THE PASSENGER ALSO HAS A RIGHT OF     
                                   ACTION AGAINST THE FIRST OR LAST CARRIER.     
                              (B)  A CARRIER ISSUING A TICKET OR CHECKING     
                                   BAGGAGE FOR CARRIAGE OVER THE LINES OF     
                                   ANOTHER     
                                   CARRIER DOES SO ONLY AS AGENT.     
                         (10) CARRIER SHALL NOT BE LIABLE IN ANY EVENT FOR ANY     
                              CONSEQUENTIAL OR SPECIAL DAMAGE ARISING FROM     
                              CARRIAGE SUBJECT TO THIS TARIFF, WHETHER OR NOT     
                              CARRIER HAD KNOWLEDGE THAT SUCH DAMAGES MIGHT BE     
                              INCURRED.     
                         (11) ANY EXCLUSION OR LIMITATION OF LIABILITY OF     
                              CARRIER UNDER THIS TARIFF OR THE TICKET SHALL     
                              APPLY TO AGENTS, SERVANTS, OR REPRESENTATIVES OF     
                              THE CARRIER ACTING WITHIN THE SCOPE OF THEIR     
                              EMPLOYMENT AND ALSO TO ANY PERSON WHOSE AIRCRAFT     
                              IS USED BY THE CARRIER AND ITS AGENTS, SERVANTS OR     
                              REPRESENTATIVES ACTING WITHIN THE SCOPE OF THEIR     
                              EMPLOYMENT.     
                         (12) CARRIER SHALL NOT BE LIABLE FOR ANY LOSS, DAMAGE,     
                              OR DELAY OF ANY NATURE RESULTING FROM THE     
                              TRANSPORTATION AND/OR DELIVERY OF CHECKED BAGGAGE,     
                              TO THE EXTENT THAT THE DESTRUCTION, LOSS OR DAMAGE     
                              RESULTED FROM THE INHERENT DEFECT, QUALITY OR VICE     
                              OF THE BAGGAGE, OR IN THE CASE OF DELAY, THAT THE     
                              CARRIER, IT'S AGENTS AND SERVANTS TOOK ALL     
                              MEASURES THAT COULD REASONABLY BE REQUIRED TO     
                              AVOID THE DAMAGE, OR THAT IT WAS IMPOSSIBLE TO     
                              TAKE SUCH MEASURES.  THIS EXCLUSION IS APPLICABLE     
                              WHETHER THE NON-ACCEPTABLE PROPERTY IS INCLUDED IN     
                              THE PASSENGER'S CHECKED BAGGAGE WITH OR WITHOUT     
                              THE KNOWLEDGE OF THE CARRIER.     
                         (13) THE OWNER OF A PET SHALL BE RESPONSIBLE FOR     
                              COMPLIANCE WITH ALL GOVERNMENTAL REGULATIONS AND     
                              RESTRICTIONS, INCLUDING FURNISHING VALID HEALTH     
                              AND RABIES VACCINATION CERTIFICATES WHEN REQUIRED.     
                              CARRIER WILL NOT BE LIABLE FOR LOSS OR EXPENSE DUE     
                              TO THE PASSENGER'S FAILURE TO COMPLY WITH THIS     
                              PROVISION, AND CARRIER WILL NOT BE RESPONSIBLE IF     
                              ANY PET IS REFUSED PASSAGE INTO OR THROUGH ANY     
                              COUNTRY, STATE OR TERRITORY.      
                         (14) AA/AMERICAN EAGLE/AMERICAN CONNECTION IS NOT     
                              LIABLE FOR ANY DAMAGE TO SPORTS ITEMS NOT     
                              PRESENTED IN A HARDSIDED CASE.  IF THE OUTSIDE OF     
                              THE HARD-SIDED CASE DOES NOT HAVE VISIBLE DAMAGE,     
                              AA/AMERICAN EAGLE/AMERICAN CONNECTION IS NOT     
                              LIABLE FOR ANY DAMAGE TO THE SPORTS ITEMS IN THE     
                              CASE.  SPORTS CASES DESIGNED FOR SPECIFIC ITEMS     
                              SUCH AS GOLF BAGS, BOOT BAGS, AND BIKE CASES ARE     
                              INTENDED TO CARRY ONLY THAT SPORTS ITEM.     
                              ADDITIONAL ITEMS NOT INCLUDED IN THE ITEM     
                              DESCRIPTION MUST NOT BE PACKED INSIDE THE SPORTS     
                              CASE.     
                         (15) AA WILL NOT BE LIABLE FOR THE LOSS, DAMAGE OR     
                              DELAY IN DELIVERY OF A PASSENGER'S CABIN BAGGAGE     
                              EXCEPT WHEN THE PASSENGER STORES SUCH BAGGAGE IN A     
                              CARRY-ON BAGGAGE COMPARTMENT IN THE FORWARD     
                              SECTION OF AIRCRAFT, OR THE LOSS, DAMAGE OR DELAY     
                              IN DELIVERY IS CAUSED SOLELY BY AA'S NEGLIGENT     
                              HANDLING OF THE BAGGAGE, OR AS A CONSEQUENCE OF      
                              DAMAGE TO THE AIRCRAFT.     
                         (16) AA SHALL NOT BE LIABLE FOR NORMAL WEAR AND TEAR TO     
                              BAGGAGE WHICH DOES NOT RISE TO THE LEVEL OF DAMAGE     
                              TO THE BAG.  FURTHER, AA'S LIABILITY FOR DAMAGE OF     
                              BAGGAGE IS SUBJECT TO THE TERMS SET FORTH IN THE     
                              WARSAW CONVENTION AND THE MONTREAL CONVENTION,     
                              WHICHEVER MAY APPLY, IN ADDITION TO ANY LIMITATION     
                              OR DEFENSE RECOGNIZED BY A COURT WITH PROPER     
                              JURISDICTION OVER A CLAIM.     
                         (17) AA SHALL NOT BE LIABLE FOR LOSS OF, OR DAMAGE TO,     
                              ARTICLES WHICH ARE STRAPPED, FASTENED OR OTHERWISE     
                              SECURED TO OTHER BAGGAGE BEING CHECKED AND WHICH     
                              ARE NOT INDEPENDENTLY TAGGED AND/OR PACKAGED.     
                              SUCH ITEMS INCLUDE BUT ARE NOT RESTRICTED TO     
                              SLEEPING BAGS, TENTS, LUGGAGE RACKS, LUGGAGE     
                              CARRIERS, BUNGEE CORDS AND UMBRELLAS.     
                         (18) AA SHALL NOT BE LIABLE FOR LOSS OR DAMAGE TO     
                              ARTICLES DUE TO THE FOLLOWING:     
                              (A)  {X}     
                              (B)  {X}/OVERPACKED BAGS     
                              (C)  MANUFACTURER'S DEFECT     
                         (19) AA MAY DISALLOW ANY CLAIM FOR LOSS OR DAMAGE WHICH     
                              CONTAINS MISREPRESENTATIONS, INCLUDING FALSE     
                              STATEMENTS CONCERNING WHETHER OR NOT THE PASSENGER     
                              HAS MADE PREVIOUS CLAIMS WITH AA OR OTHER CARRIERS     
                              AND/OR WHERE THE PASSENGER FAILS TO HAVE THE     
                              CARRIER'S BAGGAGE CLAIM DECLARATION FORM     
                              NOTARIZED.  AA MAY ALSO DISALLOW CLAIMS WHEN THE     
                              PASSENGER FAILS TO PROVIDE PROOF OF LOSS IN THE     
                              FORM OF RECEIPTS OF PURCHASE.     
            
            TIME LIMITATIONS, CLAIMS - 73     
            
               K    (D)  TIME LIMITATIONS ON CLAIMS AND ACTIONS     
                         (1)  ITEMS MISSING FROM CHECKED BAGGAGE MUST BE     
                              REPORTED TO AMERICAN BEFORE LEAVING THE AIRPORT OR     
                              WITHIN 24 HOURS OF THE RECEIPT OF THE BAG.     
                         (2)  NO ACTION SHALL LIE IN THE CASE OF DAMAGE TO     
                              BAGGAGE UNLESS THE PERSON ENTITLED TO DELIVERY     
                              FILES AN INITIAL REPORT WITH CARRIER PRIOR TO     
                              LEAVING THE ARRIVAL AIRPORT, OR AT THE LATEST,     
                              WITHIN SEVEN (7) DAYS FROM THE DATE OF RECEIPT OF     
                              BAGGAGE.     
                         (3)  UPON CARRIER'S AGREEMENT TO ACCEPT A DAMAGE CLAIM,     
                              THE DAMAGE ACKNOWLEDGEMENT FORM PROVIDED BY THE     
                              CARRIER, AND THE DAMAGED PROPERTY, MUST BE     
                              PRESENTED TO THE CARRIER FOR REPAIR WITHIN THIRTY     
                              (30) DAYS FROM THE DATE THE DAMAGE ACKNOWLEDGEMENT     
                              FORM IS FURNISHED BY THE CARRIER TO THE PASSENGER.     
                         (4)  NO ACTION SHALL LIE AGAINST THE CARRIER IN THE     
                              CASE OF DELAY OR LOSS OF BAGGAGE UNLESS THE     
                              PASSENGER ENTITLED TO DELIVERY COMPLAINS IN     
                              WRITING TO THE CARRIER FORTHWITH AT THE LATEST     
                              WITHIN 21 DAYS FROM THE DATE ON WHICH THE BAGGAGE     
                              HAS BEEN PLACED AT THE PASSENGER'S DISPOSAL (IN     
                              THE CASE OF DELAY), OR SHOULD HAVE BEEN PLACED     
                              AT THE PASSENGER'S DISPOSAL (IN THE CASE OF LOSS).     
                         (5)  {CANCELLED}     
                         (6)  LEGAL ACTION PREMISED ON OR RELATED TO DAMAGE,     
                              DELAY OR LOSS MUST BE COMMENCED WITHIN TWO (2)     
                              YEARS OF THE DATE OF THE INCIDENT.  IF THE INITIAL     
                              REPORT AND, WHEN APPLICABLE, WRITTEN CLAIM FORM,     
                              ARE NOT PROVIDED WITHIN THE TIME LIMITATIONS SET     
                              FORTH ABOVE AND LEGAL ACTION IS NOT COMMENCED     
                              WITHIN TWO (2) YEARS OF THE DATE OF THE INCIDENT,     
                              THEN CARRIER DISCLAIMS ANY AND ALL LIABILITY     
                              ARISING FROM OR RELATING TO SUCH INCIDENT.     
                         (7)  FAILURE TO REPORT A CLAIM FOR A DELAYED OR DAMAGED     
                              BAG WITHIN THE PRESCRIBED TIME LIMIT RELEASES THE     
                              CARRIER FROM ANY LIABILITY, EXCEPT IN THE CASE OF     
                              FRAUD ON THE PART OF THE CARRIER.     
            
            OVERRIDING LAW - 74     
            
               A    (E)  OVERRIDING LAW     
                         INSOFAR AS ANY PROVISION CONTAINED OR REFERRED TO IN     
                         THE TICKET OR IN THIS TARIFF MAY BE CONTRARY TO A LAW,     
                         GOVERNMENT REGULATION, ORDER OR REQUIREMENT WHICH     
                         SEVERALLY CANNOT BE WAIVED BY AGREEMENT OF THE PARTIES,     
                         SUCH PROVISIONS SHALL REMAIN APPLICABLE AND BE     
                         CONSIDERED AS PART OF THE CONTRACT OF CARRIAGE TO THE     
                         EXTENT ONLY THAT SUCH PROVISION IS NOT CONTRARY     
                         THERETO.  THE INVALIDITY OF ANY PROVISION SHALL NOT     
                         AFFECT ANY OTHER PART.     
            
            MODIFICATION AND WAIVER - 75     
             
               A    (F)  MODIFICATION AND WAIVER     
                         NO AGENT, SERVANT, OR REPRESENTATIVE OF CARRIER HAS     
                         AUTHORITY TO ALTER, MODIFY, OR WAIVE ANY PROVISIONS OF     
                         THE CONTRACT OF CARRIAGE OF THIS TARIFF.     
            
            GRATUITOUS TRANSPORTATION - 76     
            
               A    (G)  GRATUITOUS TRANSPORTATION     
                         (1)  GRATUITOUS TRANSPORTATION BY CARRIER OF PERSONS AS     
                              HEREINAFTER DESCRIBED SHALL BE GOVERNED BY ALL THE     
                              PROVISIONS OF THIS RULE, EXCEPT SUBPARAGRAPH (2)     
                              BELOW AND BY ALL OTHER APPLICABLE RULES OF THIS     
                              TARIFF.     
                              (A)  TRANSPORTATION OF PERSONS INJURED IN AIRCRAFT     
                                   ACCIDENTS ON THE LINES OF CARRIER AND     
                                   PHYSICIANS AND NURSES ATTENDING SUCH PERSONS.     
                              (B)  TRANSPORTATION OF PERSONS, THE OBJECT OF     
                                   WHICH IS THAT OF PROVIDING RELIEF IN GENERAL     
                                   EPIDEMICS, PESTILENCE OR OTHER CALAMITOUS     
                                   VISITATION.     
                              (C)  TRANSPORTATION OF PERSONS, WHICH IS REQUIRED     
                                   BY AND AUTHORIZED PURSUANT TO PART 223 OF THE     
                                   ECONOMIC REGULATIONS OF THE DEPARTMENT OF     
                                   TRANSPORTATION OF THE UNITED STATES OF     
                                   AMERICA.     
                              (D)  TRANSPORTATION OF PERSONS WHICH IS SUBJECT TO     
                                   THE CONVENTION.     
                              (E)  TRANSPORTATION OF OFFICERS, EMPLOYEES AND     
                                   SERVANTS OF CARRIER TRAVELING IN THE COURSE     
                                   OF THEIR EMPLOYMENT AND IN THE FURTHERANCE OF     
                                   CARRIER'S BUSINESS.     
                         (2)  EXCEPT IN RESPECT OF GRATUITOUS TRANSPORTATION OF     
                              PERSONS DESCRIBED IN PARAGRAPH (G) (1) ABOVE,     
                              CARRIER IN FURNISHING GRATUITOUS TRANSPORTATION     
                              SHALL NOT BE LIABLE (THE PROVISIONS OF RULE 55(B)     
                              AND (C) TO THE CONTRARY NOTWITHSTANDING) UNDER ANY     
                              CIRCUMSTANCES WHETHER OF ITS OWN NEGLIGENCE OR     
                              THAT OF ITS OFFICERS, AGENTS, REPRESENTATIVES OR     
                              EMPLOYEES, OR OTHERWISE, AND THE PERSON USING SUCH     
                              FREE TRANSPORTATION ON BEHALF OF HIMSELF, HIS     
                              HEIRS, LEGAL REPRESENTATIVE, DEFENDANTS AND OTHER     
                              PARTIES IN INTEREST, AND THEIR REPRESENTATIVES,     
                              ASSIGNEES, RELEASES AND AGREES TO INDEMNIFY     
                              CARRIER, ITS OFFICERS, AGENTS, REPRESENTATIVES AND      
                              EMPLOYEES FROM ALL LIABILITY (INCLUDING COST AND     
                              EXPENSES), FOR ANY AND ALL DELAY, AND FOR FAILURE     
                              TO COMPLETE PASSAGE, AND FROM ANY AND ALL LOSS OR      
                              DAMAGE TO THE PROPERTY OF SUCH PERSON.     


            
      AREA: ZZ TARIFF: IPRG    CXR: AA  RULE: 0060     
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            TITLE/APPLICATION - 70     
            
               A    RESERVATIONS     
            
                  (A)  GENERAL     
                         A TICKET WILL BE VALID ONLY FOR FLIGHT(S) FOR WHICH     
                         RESERVATION(S) SHALL HAVE BEEN MADE, AND ONLY BETWEEN     
                         THE POINTS NAMED ON THE TICKET OR APPLICABLE FLIGHT     
                         COUPONS.  A PASSENGER HOLDING AN UNUSED OPEN-DATE     
                         TICKET OR PORTION THEREOF OR EXCHANGE ORDER FOR ONWARD     
                         TRAVEL, OR WHO WISHES TO CHANGE HIS TICKETED     
                         RESERVATIONS TO ANOTHER DATE, SHALL NOT BE ENTITLED TO     
                         ANY PREFERENTIAL RIGHT WITH RESPECT TO THE OBTAINING OF     
                         RESERVATIONS.     
            
            CONDITIONS OF RESERVATION - 71     
            
               K    (B)  CONDITIONS OF RESERVATIONS     
                         (1)  A RESERVATION FOR SPACE ON A GIVEN FLIGHT IS VALID     
                              WHEN THE AVAILABILITY AND ALLOCATION OF SUCH SPACE     
                              IS CONFIRMED BY A RESERVATION AGENT OF THE     
                              CARRIER, AND ENTERED IN THE CARRIER'S RESERVATION     
                              SYSTEM.  SUBJECT TO PAYMENT OR SATISFACTORY CREDIT     
                              ARRANGEMENT, A VALIDATED TICKET WILL BE ISSUED BY     
                              THE CARRIER INDICATING SUCH CONFIRMED SPACE,     
                              PROVIDED PASSENGER APPLIES TO CARRIER FOR SUCH     
                              TICKET (X) AT LEAST 60 MINUTES PRIOR TO THE     
                              SCHEDULED DEPARTURE TIME OF A FLIGHT (X).  SUCH     
                              RESERVATION FOR SPACE IS SUBJECT TO CANCELLATION     
                              BY THE CARRIER WITHOUT NOTICE IF THE PASSENGER HAS     
                              NOT PURCHASED ({X}) A VALIDATED TICKET INDICATING     
                              CONFIRMED SEAT(S) AT LEAST SIXTY (60) MINUTES     
                              PRIOR TO DEPARTURE TIME OF A FLIGHT (X).     
                              EXCEPTION 1:   IF THE PASSENGER AGREES TO APPLY TO     
                                             THE CARRIER OR AGENT OF THE CARRIER     
                                             FOR A VALIDATED TICKET INDICATING     
                                             SUCH RESERVED SPACE AT A TIME     
                                             EARLIER THAN THE TIME LIMIT     
                                             SPECIFIED ABOVE, SUCH EARLIER TIME     
                                             LIMIT WILL BE ENTERED INTO THE     
                                             CARRIER'S RESERVATIONS SYSTEM.  THE     
                                             RESERVATION FOR SPACE OF SUCH     
                                             PASSENGER IS SUBJECT TO     
                                             CANCELLATION BY THE CARRIER WITHOUT     
                                             NOTICE IF THE PASSENGER HAS NOT     
                                             APPLIED TO THE CARRIER OR AGENT OF     
                                             THE CARRIER FOR A VALIDATED TICKET     
                                             SPECIFYING THEREON THE CONFIRMED     
                                             RESERVED SPACE PRIOR TO THE AGREED     
                                             TIME IN ADVANCE OF THE SCHEDULED     
                                             DEPARTURE OF THE FLIGHT TO WHICH     
                                             SUCH RESERVATION APPLIES.     
                              EXCEPTION 2:   IN THE EVENT OF A TERMINATION OF AN     
                                             INTERLINE TRAFFIC AGREEMENT BETWEEN     
                                             AA AND ANOTHER CARRIER, AA WILL     
                                             HONOR ANY RESERVATION FOR TRAVEL ON     
                                             AA MADE BY SUCH OTHER CARRIER PRIOR     
                                             TO TERMINATION PROVIDED AA ISSUES     
                                             THE TICKET IF SUCH TICKET WAS NOT     
                                             ISSUED PRIOR TO TERMINATION.     
                              PASSENGERS MAY MAKE A TELEPHONE RESERVATION WITH     
                              AMERICAN AIRLINES OR AMERICAN EAGLE RESERVATIONS     
                              AND THE FARE QUOTED WILL BE STORED IN THE     
                              PASSENGER RESERVATION RECORD AND GUARANTEED FOR     
                              24 HOURS OR UNTIL 12 MIDNIGHT CENTRAL TIME,     
                              WHICHEVER IS LATER.  IF THE PASSENGER MAKES ANY     
                              CHANGES TO THE ITINERARY WITHIN THIS TIME FRAME,     
                              THE TICKET PRICE MAY CHANGE.     
                         (2)  UNLESS PRIOR AUTHORIZATION IS RECEIVED, AMERICAN     
                              AIRLINES PROHIBITS THE PRACTICE OF CONFIRMING     
                              RESERVATIONS AS FOLLOWS:      
                              (A)  FRAUDULENT, FICTITIOUS AND ABUSIVE     
                                   RESERVATIONS -     
                                   THESE TYPES OF RESERVATIONS ARE DEFINED AS     
                                   ANY RESERVATION MADE WITHOUT HAVING BEEN     
                                   REQUESTED BY OR ON BEHALF OF THE NAMED     
                                   PASSENGER.  ADDITIONALLY, CREATING     
                                   RESERVATIONS TO HOLD OR BLOCK SEATS FOR THE     
                                   PURPOSE OF OBTAINING LOWER FARES, AADVANTAGE     
                                   AWARD INVENTORY, OR UPGRADES THAT MAY NOT     
                                   OTHERWISE BE AVAILABLE OR TO CIRCUMVENT ANY     
                                   OF AMERICAN AIRLINES' FARE RULES OR POLICIES     
                                   IS PROHIBITED.     
                              (B)  DUPLICATE AND IMPOSSIBLE/ILLOGICAL     
                                   RESERVATIONS -     
                                   A DUPLICATE OR IMPOSSIBLE/ILLOGICAL     
                                   RESERVATION INCLUDES, BUT IS NOT LIMITED TO:     
                                   RESERVATIONS FOR THE SAME PASSENGER ON     
                                   FLIGHTS     
                                   TRAVELING ON OR ABOUT THE SAME DATE BETWEEN     
                                   ONE OR MORE OF THE SAME OR NEARBY ORIGIN     
                                   AND/OR DESTINATION (SUCH AS JFKDFW AND LGADFW     
                                   OR DFWLAX AND DFWONT); OR RESERVATIONS WITH     
                                   CONNECTIONS THAT DEPART BEFORE THE ARRIVAL     
                              OF THE INBOUND FLIGHT.     
                         (3)  OVERBOOKING     
                              CARRIER MAY ACCEPT RESERVATIONS OF SPACE FOR     
                              SPECIFIC FLIGHTS IN EXCESS OF AVAILABLE SPACE ON     
                              BOARD THE AIRCRAFT.  THE NUMBER OF EXCESS     
                              RESERVATIONS PLANNED BY THE CARRIER FOR A     
                              PARTICULAR FLIGHT IS BASED UPON THE ANTICIPATED     
                              BOOKING PATTERN FOR SUCH FLIGHT.  THE     
                              DETERMINATION OF THIS PATTERN TAKES INTO     
                              CONSIDERATION CURRENT CONDITIONS WHICH MAY AFFECT     
                              THE EXPECTED UTILIZATION OF SPACE ON THE FLIGHT AS     
                              WELL AS HISTORICAL FACTORS SUCH AS THE RATE OF     
                              LATE CANCELLATIONS FOR THE FLIGHT, FAILURE OF     
                              PERSONS WITH CONFIRMED RESERVATIONS TO SHOW FOR     
                              THE FLIGHT AND THE ABSENCE OF ANY RECORD FOR     
                              CERTAIN RESERVATIONS IN THE CARRIER'S INVENTORY OF     
                              THE FLIGHT.  IN THE EVENT THAT THE NUMBER OF     
                              PERSONS PRESENTING THEMSELVES WITH CONFIRMED     
                              RESERVATIONS FOR CARRIAGE ON A FLIGHT EXCEEDS THE     
                              NUMBER OF SEATS AVAILABLE, THOSE PASSENGERS WITH     
                              CONFIRMED RESERVATIONS WHO ARE NOT ACCOMMODATED     
                              MAY BE ELIGIBLE TO RECEIVE DENIED BOARDING     
                              COMPENSATION PROVIDED IN RULE 87 (DENIED BOARDING     
                              COMPENSATION).     
                         (4)  SEAT ALLOCATION     
                              CARRIER DOES NOT GUARANTEE ALLOCATION OF ANY     
                              PARTICULAR SPACE IN THE AIRCRAFT.     
            
            RESERVATION CANCELLATION - 72     
            
               A    (C)  CANCELLATION OF RESERVATIONS     
                         (1)  CARRIER WILL CANCEL THE RESERVATION OF ANY     
                              PASSENGER WHENEVER SUCH ACTION IS NECESSARY TO     
                              COMPLY WITH ANY GOVERNMENTAL REGULATION, OR TO     
                              COMPLY WITH ANY GOVERNMENTAL REQUEST FOR EMERGENCY     
                              TRANSPORTATION IN CONNECTION WITH THE NATIONAL     
                              DEFENSE, OR WHENEVER SUCH ACTION IS NECESSARY OR     
                              ADVISABLE BY REASON OF WEATHER OR OTHER CONDITIONS     
                              BEYOND ITS CONTROL.     
                         (2)  THE TRANSPORTATION SECURITY AGENCY'S (TSA) SECURE     
                              FLIGHT PROGRAM REQUIRES THAT AMERICAN COLLECT THE     
                              FOLLOWING ADDITIONAL INFORMATION FROM PASSENGERS     
                              WHEN MAKING A RESERVATION TO FLY WITHIN, INTO OR     
                              OUT OF THE UNITED STATES AND RESERVATIONS FOR     
                              POINT-TO-POINT INTERNATIONAL FLIGHTS OPERATED BY     
                              U.S. BASED AIRLINES:     
                              (A)  FULL NAME (REQUIRED), AS IT APPEARS ON     
                                   GOVERNMENT-ISSUED I.D. APPROVED FOR USE WHEN     
                                   TRAVELING.     
                              (B)  DATE OF BIRTH (REQUIRED)     
                              (C)  GENDER (REQUIRED)     
                              (D)  REDRESS NUMBER (OPTIONAL)     
                              AMERICAN MAY CANCEL YOUR RESERVATION IF THE     
                              RESERVATION DOES NOT INCLUDE THE REQUIRED SECURE     
                              FLIGHT PASSENGER DATA (FULL NAME, DATE OF BIRTH     
                              AND GENDER) AT LEAST 72 HOURS PRIOR TO YOUR     
                              SCHEDULED DEPARTURE.  THIS CANCELLATION POLICY     
                              APPLIES TO ALL AMERICAN AIRLINES TICKETS,     
                              INCLUDING TICKETS FOR OUR FLIGHTS OPERATED BY OUR     
                              CODESHARE PARTNERS.     
                       (3)  FAILURE TO OCCUPY SPACE  IF THE PASSENGER FAILS TO     
                              OCCUPY SPACE WHICH HAS BEEN RESERVED FOR HIM ON A     
                              FLIGHT OF ANY CARRIER AND SUCH CARRIER FAILS TO     
                              RECEIVE NOTICE OF THE CANCELLATION OF SUCH     
                              RESERVATION PRIOR TO THE DEPARTURE OF SUCH FLIGHT,     
                              OR IF ANY CARRIER CANCELS THE RESERVATION OF ANY     
                              PASSENGER IN ACCORDANCE WITH PARAGRAPHS OF THIS     
                              RULE, SUCH CARRIER WILL CANCEL ALL RESERVATIONS     
                              HELD BY SUCH PASSENGER ON THE FLIGHTS OF ANY     
                              CARRIER FOR CONTINUING OR RETURN SPACE, PROVIDED     
                              SUCH CARRIER ORIGINALLY RESERVED THE SPACE.     
                         (4)  CARRIER IS NOT LIABLE WHEN IT CANCELS THE     
                              RESERVATION OF ANY PASSENGER IN ACCORDANCE WITH     
                              THIS RULE, BUT     
                              (A)  IF SUCH RESERVATION WAS CANCELLED PURSUANT TO     
                                   PARAGRAPH (C)(1) OF THIS RULE, SUCH CARRIER     
                                   WILL TAKE SUCH ACTION AS IS PROVIDED IN RULE     
                                   80 (REVISED ROUTINGS, FAILURE TO CARRY AND     
                                   MISSED CONNECTIONS).     
                              (B)  IF SUCH RESERVATION WAS CANCELLED PURSUANT TO     
                                   OTHER PARAGRAPHS OF THIS RULE, SUCH CARRIER     
                                   WILL REFUND IN ACCORDANCE WITH RULE 90-(E)     
                                   (REFUNDS - VOLUNTARY).     
                         (5)  (APPLICABLE TO RESERVATIONS MADE IN THE WESTERN     
                              HEMISPHERE, EXCEPT IN THE US/CANADA, BY AUTHORIZED     
                              TRAVEL AGENTS.)  CARRIER WILL ASSESS A FEE OF USD     
                              25.00 FOR ANY UNTICKETED RESERVATION NOT CANCELLED     
                              PRIOR TO DEPARTURE.     
            
            TIME LIMIT, TICKET - 73     
            
               K    (D)  TIME LIMIT FOR TICKET ISSUANCE/PAYMENT     
                         PASSENGER MUST APPLY FOR A VALIDATED TICKET AT LEAST     
                         {X} 60 MINUTES PRIOR TO THE DEPARTURE TIME OF A     
                         FLIGHT {X}.     
            
            COMMUNICATION CHARGES - 74     
            
               _    (E)  COMMUNICATION CHARGES     
                         THE PASSENGER WILL BE CHARGED FOR ANY COMMUNICATION     
                         EXPENSE PAID OR INCURRED BY CARRIER FOR TELEPHONE,     
                         TELEGRAPH, RADIO, OR CABLE ARISING FROM A SPECIAL     
                         REQUEST OF THE PASSENGER CONCERNING A RESERVATION.     

            CHECK IN TIME LIMITS - 75     
            
               K    (F)  CHECK-IN TIME LIMITS     
                         {X}     
                         AA RECOMMENDS, FOR ALL PASSENGERS DEPARTING FROM THE     
                         STATE OF HAWAII, A 180 MINUTE CHECK-IN TIME.     
                         FOR ALL OTHER INTERNATIONAL TRAVEL, AA RECOMMENDS     
                         A 2 HOUR ADVANCE CHECK-IN TIME.  AA WILL     
                         CANCEL THE RESERVATIONS OF ANY PASSENGER WHO FAILS TO     
                         PRESENT HIMSELF FOR CHECK-IN AT THE BOARDING PASS     
                         LIFTING POINT WITH THE APPROPRIATE BOARDING PASS AT     
                         LEAST {X} 30 MINUTES FOR A DEPARTURE TO OR FROM AN     
                         INTERNATIONAL DESTINATION, NOTWITHSTANDING THAT SUCH     
                         PASSENGER MAY HAVE CHECK-IN FOR THE SAME FLIGHT AT     
                         ANOTHER     
                         LOCATION DESIGNATED FOR SUCH PURPOSE. AA WILL CANCEL     
                         THE RESERVATION AND SEAT ASSIGNMENT OF ANY PASSENGER     
                         WHO IS NOT ON BOARD AND IN THE ASSIGNED SEAT OF THE     
                         AIRCRAFT {X} AT LEAST 10 MINUTES PRIOR TO SCHEDULED OR     
                         OR REVISED-POSTED DEPARTURE TIME.     
                         NOTE 1:   FOR THE PURPOSE OF THIS RULE, THE BOARDING     
                                   PASS LIFTING POINT IS AT THE POINT WHICH THE     
                                   PASSENGER'S BOARDING PASS IS LIFTED AND     
                                   RETAINED BY THE CARRIER.     
                         NOTE 2:   PASSENGERS MUST ARRIVE AT THE AIRPORT     
                                   SUFFICIENTLY IN ADVANCE OF A FLIGHT DEPARTURE     
                                   TIME TO PERMIT COMPLETION OF GOVERNMENT     
                                   FORMALITITY AND  DEPARTURE PROCEDURES.     
                                   DEPARTURES WILL NOT BE DELAYED FOR PASSENGERS     
                                   WHO ARE EITHER IMPROPERLY DOCUMENTED, OR ARE     
                                   NOT READY TO TRAVEL AT TIME OF SCHEDULED     
                                   DEPARTURE.  CARRIER IS NOT LIABLE TO THE     
                                   PASSENGER FOR LOSS OR EXPENSE DUE TO      
                                   PASSENGER'S FAILURE TO COMPLY WITH THIS     
                                   PROVISION.     

 

            
      AREA: ZZ TARIFF: IPRG    CXR: AA  RULE: 0061     
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            TITLE/APPLICATION - 70     
            
               _    CAPACITY LIMITATIONS     
            
                   (A)  A RESERVATION FOR SPACE ON A GIVEN FLIGHT IS VALID ONLY