Aer Lingus apologise for father's €214 charge after child turned two before return flight

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  1. uggboy
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    Aer Lingus apologise for father's €214 charge after child turned two before return flight

     
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    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.
     
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    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.
     
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