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Discussion in 'Other Airlines | Europe' started by uggboy, Mar 24, 2015.
Aer Lingus apologise for father's €214 charge after child turned two before return flight
Why should the airline apologize? The rules are clear, although IIRC there is one (nonUSA) carrier that does allow the free travel as a lap child on the return portion of a RT that covers the kid's second birthday.
The booking site at EI didn't indicate such a change when the child has had her 2nd birthday during the duration of the travel / rtn flight / in pricing of the fare and yes, while some find that the airline shouldn't apologize, in this case it's good form IMHO to do so. It's civilized.