Lufthansa Sued Because Business Class Wasn’t Fully Flat In 2008

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    Per FlyerTalk, a lawsuit was just settled in Indian court between Lufthansa and a passenger who flew the airline's business class from Mumbai to Dallas via Frankfurt in 2008. Via the lawsuit: "It is alleged that one of the travellers namely Mr. Vivek Talwar flew from Mumbai to Dalas via Frankfurt on Flight LH751/LH7438 of the opposite party, in Business Class on 01-09-2008. Mr. Talwar was keen to travel by a flight in which the seat was entirely flat, so that he could sleep during the 20 hours journey. When he checked with the airlines before the ticked was re-issued, he was informed that they had flat beds in the Business Class which they had introduced in March 2007. However, Mr. Talwar later discovered that the seat on which he travelled was semi-reclined and not fully flat. As a result, he could not -1- have a comfortable sleep during the journey. When Mr. Talwar complained to the opposite party he was informed that their seats were 170 degree flat." The post Lufthansa Sued Because Business Class Wasn’t Fully Flat In 2008 appeared first on One Mile at a Time.

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