Sgha Agreement

For more information, please contact the authors of this briefing: IATA has explicitly designated its resolutions and standard practices as benchmarks for the provision of services to businesses and has presented them verbatim in the new subsections 5.3 (a) and b). And what is the position in case of completely lost loading? Article 31.2 of MC99 does not impose an initial time limit for claims for lost cargo, although any right to compensation does not die out if proceedings are not initiated within two years (Article 35). However, in practice, it is difficult to imagine this unless an airline has sufficient resources (such as ground support staff and equipment) to play the role of an incumbent. The activities of most airlines are thin and are increasingly thin. But that`s just a baseline.