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Airline Says Consumers' Notice Broke Rules In 'Exit Fees' Suit

Law360 (March 13, 2018, 11:25 PM EDT) -- Venezuela-based Avior Airlines CA said Tuesday that consumers suing over alleged surprise "exit fees" violated court rules when they filed a notice pertaining to the denial of a dismissal bid in a similar case, and have asked the Florida federal court to strike it.

Roberto Cavalieri and Sergio Isea's lawsuit against Avior is one of four proposed class actions filed in May and June 2017 alleging that four airlines — Avior, Aruba Airlines, Insel Air and Santa Barbara Airlines — forced passengers to pay “exit fees” that...
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