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The Supreme Court has further insulated airlines from the reach of state and local laws, ruling that frequent flyers and other airline customers cannot assume that they are protected by common law expectations of “good faith and fair dealing.”
Ruling on the scope of the federal preemption language in the Airline Deregulation Act, the Supreme Court unanimously held that a Minnesota rabbi could not sue Northwest Airlines for kicking him out of its frequent flyer program in 2008.
The rabbi, S. Binyomin Ginsberg, claimed that Northwest violated an “implied covenant of good faith and fair dealing.”
Officially, Chile announced that on arrival in the country U.S. citizens will no longer need to pay the $160 reciprocity fee that has been in effect for many years. This announcement coincides with the U.S. adding Chile to its Visa Waiver Program, whereby Chileans are excused from paying our $160 entrance fee.
In effect as of May 1, this reciprocal exchange of visa-waving fess applies to both vacation and business travelers.
For more information, visit chile.usembassy.gov.
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