OUR AGREEMENT WITH YOU
If you're booking a holiday with us, this agreement forms the basis of your booking. It includes all the details about payments, changes and cancellations.
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- Your Travel Booking
- Booking Confirmation
- Your Financial Protection
- Advance Passenger Information
- The Price You Pay
- Changes To Your Holiday Price
- If We Cancel Your Booking
- If We Change Your Booking Details
- Our Responsibility For Your Holiday
- Our Liability
YOUR AGREEMENT WITH US
If you're booking a ski holiday with us, this agreement forms the basis of your booking. It includes all the details about payments, changes and cancellations. We are a trading division of TUI Holidays Ireland Limited, Company Number, 116977, having its Registered Office address at One Spencer Dock, North Wall Quay, Dublin 1, Ireland and Our Agreement with you sets out what you are legally entitled to expect from us when you buy a Package Holiday from us and will not apply to any course of dealings between us other than the Package Holiday booked. The Package Holiday as advertised by us but may also have restrictions set out in our 'Important Information' which should also be read carefully. Because we sell a wide variety of travel products, you should read our 'Important Information' and these terms and conditions carefully, before you book, to see how they affect your specific travel arrangements made by us. We are licensed as a Tour Operator by the Commission for Aviation Regulation, 3rd floor Alexandra House, Earlsfort Terrace, Dublin 2, D02 W773, Tel: +353 16611700, Email: firstname.lastname@example.org License No. TO272 to whom we provide an approved bond for the financial security of all monies that you pay to us.
Your Travel Booking
Whether you book alone or as a group, we will only deal with the lead booking name in all subsequent correspondence, including changes, amendments and cancellations. You must be 18 years old at the time of booking and possess the legal capacity and authority to book as the lead name and travel on holidays with us and take up the offers advertised by us if they are still available. You are responsible for ensuring the accuracy of the personal details or any other information supplied in respect of yourself and any other person travelling on the booking and for passing on any information regarding the booking or any changes made in relation thereto, to all persons travelling on such booking, including but not limited to information on schedule changes or copies of booking confirmations.
In addition, if your holiday includes a flight, you are also responsible for (a) notifying us prior to the time of booking of any personal circumstances and needs pertaining to a person included in the booking including, without limitation, whether any such person is not self reliant or is a person with reduced mobility – for example if you, or a member of your party, have difficulty in walking 500 metres; and (b) notifying us at any time from the time of booking until 48 hours prior to the flight’s departure by calling our call centre if any person travelling on the booking has ceased to be self reliant or a person with reduced mobility or if a person previously reported to be with reduced mobility or as not being self reliant does no longer fall into either category.
It is a condition of your booking with us that you and all other members of your party, including infants and children, are adequately insured on holiday. Any person who is under 18 years old must be accompanied by an adult on his or her journey. There may be other restrictions and conditions on some offers, but these are explained in the details of those offers.
When you or your travel agent wish to confirm a booking you must pay the deposit of €75 per person (Europe), €225 per person (USA and Canada) together with the insurance premium if required. The deposit payable on seat only bookings is €75 per person (Europe).
Some airlines that require instant ticketing will require a higher a deposit than mentioned above. You will be advised of this throughout the booking process.
When you or (if you are booking through a travel agent) your travel agent ask for your booking to be confirmed, if we accept your booking, we will issue a Confirmation Invoice. A contract will exist between us from the date we issue the Confirmation Invoice or if you book within 7 days of departure the contract will exist when we accept your deposit payment. We may not be able to confirm some of our ground arrangements straight away (e.g. bespoke accommodation, tours etc). In these instances we may issue a Confirmation Invoice.
However, a contract for arrangements that have not been confirmed on that invoice will only be made when we have sent you written confirmation that those additional arrangements have been completed. If there is any change to any of the details discussed at the time of booking, before the Confirmation Invoice is issued, we will notify you promptly of any new or changed details, including a change to the total price (if any). If any detail on the Confirmation Invoice is not correct tell us or your travel agent immediately. If there is an obvious error on the Confirmation Invoice we reserve the right to correct it as soon as we become aware of it, but we will do this within 7 days of issuing the Confirmation Invoice or, if your departure is within 7 days, no later than 24 hours before you go. If any of these changes are not acceptable then you will be entitled to a full refund.
Unless you have booked a flight only, the combination of travel services offered to you is a package within the meaning of the Directive (EU) 2015/2302 of The European Parliament and of the Council. Therefore you will benefit from all EU rights applying to packages. We will be responsible for the proper performance of all the travel services included in the package.
Your Financial Protection
The Directive (EU) 2015/2302 of The European Parliament and of the Council require us to provide security for the monies that you pay for the package holidays booked from us and for your repatriation in the event of our insolvency.
You can book with Crystal with the total confidence that not only will you find the right holiday, but that your money is safe too. Crystal is a trading division of TUI Holidays Ireland Limited. We are fully bonded, so if the unexpected happens, you won’t be left stranded or out of pocket.
Advance Passenger Information
It is a condition of your booking that you and all members of your party provide certain information that may be sent to governmental authorities and border control and security agencies for the purpose of security and counter terrorism. This is known as Advance Passenger Information, sometimes known as APIS. The information you must provide will include, but not be limited to, full name – as shown in your passport or travel document, gender, date of birth, travel document type, number, country of issue and expiry date, and for travel to the U.S., your country of residence and the address for your first night’s stay. This information will be taken at check-in.
The Price You Pay
All prices we advertise are accurate at the date published, but we reserve the right to change any of those prices from time to time. Prices include a cost for fuel that was estimated at the date of this publication. We reserve the right to add a fuel supplement to holiday prices should this increase after the date of this publication. Prices can go up or down. We will be able to tell you or your travel agent the up-to-date price of your chosen travel arrangements and of any other services advertised by us before confirming your booking.
Changes To Your Holiday Price
Changes in transportation costs, including the cost of fuel, dues, taxes or fees chargeable for services such as landing taxes or embarkation or disembarkation fees at ports and airports and exchange rates mean that the price of your travel arrangements may change after you have booked. We reserve the right to increase the price of your holiday after you have booked but no later than 20 days before the departure date stipulated and will forward an Amendment Invoice reflecting any changes made and will provide you with justification and a calculation of how the increase has been calculated. After a Confirmation Invoice has been sent to you, any increase to your holiday price will only be as the result of the direct consequences of changes in:
- the price of the carriage of passengers resulting from the cost of fuel or other power sources;
- the level of taxes or fees on the travel services included in the package travel contract imposed by third parties including tourist taxes, landing taxes or embarkation or disembarkation fees at ports and airports; and
- the exchange rates relevant to the package.
An administration charge and any relevant travel agent's commission is included within these amounts.
If any of the costs detailed above decrease before your departure date, you will be entitled to a price reduction and will receive a refund of the amount due less any administrative expenses we have incurred.
However, please note that travel arrangements are not always purchased in local currency and some apparent changes have no impact on the price of your travel due to contractual and other protection in place.
If the increase is more than 8% of the holiday price (calculated as above), then:
- You may cancel your holiday booking within 14 days of the Amendment Invoice date and receive a refund of all monies paid to us except any amendment charges; we will only consider an appropriate refund of insurance premium paid if you can show us that you are unable to transfer or re-use your policy; and
- The increase will be considered a Major Change as described in section 4 below and, unless you choose to cancel under paragraph 1 above, you will be entitled to the alternatives set out in section 4 for those circumstances, but in either case you will receive compensation in accordance with section 4.
The price quoted on the last Amendment Invoice issued is guaranteed, unless you change your holiday booking. Any increases in our costs which occur after the last Amendment Invoice has been sent will be borne by us. Should you instruct your credit/debit card company to "charge back" any payment(s) properly due from you in respect of your booking, we will charge you an administrative fee of €15 per incident and associated costs. We further reserve the right to cancel your booking and/or take legal action against you for all outstanding payment(s).
Please note: Our tactical and promotional offers are only valid at time of booking.
If We Cancel Your Booking
We aim to provide your holiday as booked. But if, for example, you do not pay the balance of the holiday price on time, we may cancel it.
We may also cancel your holiday when there are not enough people booked and we have notified you of the minimum number required. In these circumstances we’ll let you know based on the duration of your holiday as follows:
Duration of your package Notice of cancellation More than 6 days 20 days before departure 2 – 6 days 7 days before departure Less than 2 days 48 hours before departure
We reserve the right to cancel your holiday in any circumstances but if we cancel your holiday, except where this is because you have not paid, you can either have a refund or accept a replacement holiday from us of equivalent or closely similar standard and price (if one is available). This can include the choice of a replacement holiday from the TUI Ski programmes. Should you choose this option the terms and conditions of your holiday will not change and these conditions will still apply to your booking. In either case, we will pay you compensation, using the scale shown (unless we cancel your holiday because you do not pay us the balance of the holiday, or because we do not have sufficient bookings to operate the holiday or because of one of the events listed in the ‘Important note – events beyond our control’) and we will always refund the difference in price if the replacement holiday is of a lower standard and price. We will not cancel your holiday less than eight weeks before you go, unless this is the result of one of the events in the ‘Important note – events beyond our control’.
If We Change Your Booking Details
We hope that we will not have to make any change to your holiday but, because our holidays are planned many months in advance, we sometimes do need to make changes. We reserve the right to do this at any time. We will let you or your travel agent know about any important changes when you book. If you have already booked, we will let you know as soon as we can, if there is time before your departure. Flight timings shown by us are for guidance only and may change. Your Confirmation Invoice will show the latest planned timings. Your actual flight timings will be shown on your ticket (including any e-ticket itinerary), which you should check carefully as soon as you receive it.
Major changes to your holiday
Occasionally, we have to make major changes to the price, flight or accommodation making up your holiday with us. If we tell you about any of these changes after we have confirmed your holiday booking, you may either:
- Accept the new arrangements offered by us; or
- Accept a replacement holiday from us of equivalent or closely similar standard and price, if one is available; this can include the choice of a replacement holiday from this programme. Should you choose this option the terms and conditions of your holiday will not change and these conditions will still apply to your booking. or
- Cancel your holiday with us and receive a full refund of all monies paid. Either way, we will pay you compensation, using the Compensation table shown, unless the change is for reasons beyond our control (see the ‘Important note – events beyond our control’) and we will always refund the difference in price if the replacement holiday is of a lower standard and price. Major changes to your holiday for which we will always pay compensation, using the scale shown, may include the following changes: a price increase of more than 8%, or a significant change to any of the main characteristics of the travel services including a significant change of destination; a change in accommodation to that of a lower category, a change in the time of your departure or return flight by more than 12 hours, a change of Irish departure airport but see also ‘Important note – events beyond our control’. These changes are only examples and there may be other significant changes which constitute major changes. This standard payment is a minimum payment and will not affect your statutory or other legal rights. We will only make one payment for each full fare-paying adult in the holiday booking. Any children not paying the full adult fare will receive 50% of these amounts. Children using a free child place will not receive any standard payment.
Period before departure when a major change is notified Compensation payable per person More than 70 days 0 29-69 days €30 15-28 days €40 8-14 days €50 0-7 days €100
If the change is not acceptable to you
If any major change indicated above is not acceptable to you, you can cancel your holiday booking. In this case we will refund all the money you have paid to us and will pay you compensation, as shown above, depending on how many days before your holiday we tell you about this change unless the change is for reasons beyond our control (see ‘Important Note Events Beyond Our Control’). This standard payment will not affect your statutory or other legal rights.
Important note – events beyond our control
Events beyond our control include without limitation: snow, war, threat of war, riots, civil disturbances, terrorist activity, industrial disputes, natural and nuclear disasters, fire, epidemics, health risks, technical problems with transport beyond our control or that of our suppliers, changes due to rescheduling or cancellation of flights by an airline or alteration of the airline or aircraft type for reasons beyond our control or that of our suppliers; closed or congested airports or ports, hurricanes and other actual or potential severe weather conditions, and any other similar events.
In February 2005 a new Europe-wide law relating to denied boarding, delays and cancellation of flights came into force. This law granted rights to passengers including in certain circumstances the right to cancel their flight and receive reimbursement of the cost of the flight from their airline. Full details of these rights is publicised at EU airports and is also available from affected airlines. However, you should note that reimbursement of the cost of a flight that forms part of your holiday is the responsibility of your holiday airline and will not automatically entitle you to reimbursement of the cost of your holiday from us.
Our Responsibility For Your Holiday
We will arrange for you to receive the services that make up the holiday that you choose and that we confirm. These services will be provided either directly by us or through independent suppliers contracted by us. We are responsible for making sure that each part of the holiday you book with us is provided to a reasonable standard and as was advertised by us (or as changed and accepted by you). If any part of your holiday is not provided as described and this spoils your holiday, we will pay you appropriate compensation, if appropriate, unless this is due to reasons beyond our control (see the ‘Important note – events beyond our control’).
We have taken all reasonable care to make sure that all the services which make up your holiday advertised by us are provided by efficient and reputable businesses. These businesses should follow the local standards where they are provided. However, overseas safety standards are generally lower than in Ireland.
Our obligations, and those of our suppliers providing any service or facility included in your holiday, are to take reasonable skill and care to arrange for the provision of such services and facilities. You must show that reasonable skill and care has not been used if you wish to make any claim. Standards of, for example, safety, hygiene and quality vary throughout the transport and destinations that your holiday may involve. Sometimes these standards will be lower than those which would be expected in Ireland. The services and facilities included in your holiday will be deemed to be provided with reasonable skill and care if they comply with any local regulations which apply.
Our liability, except in cases involving personal injury or damage caused intentionally or with negligence or which cannot be limited by law, shall be limited to a maximum of 3 times the cost of your package. Our liability in all cases will be limited in accordance with and/or in an identical manner to the contractual terms of the companies that provide the transportation for your travel arrangements. These terms are incorporated into this contract; and any relevant international convention. We are to be regarded as having all benefit of any limitation of compensation contained in these or any conventions. You can ask for copies of the transport companies’ contractual terms, or the international conventions, from our offices One Spencer Dock, North Wall Quay, Dublin 1, Ireland.
We shall have no liability where the cause of the failure to provide, or failure in, your holiday or any death or personal injury you may suffer is not due to any fault on our part or that of our agents or suppliers, because it is either attributable to you, or attributable to someone unconnected with your holiday and is unforeseeable or unavoidable, or is due to unusual or unforeseeable circumstances beyond our control, the consequences of which could not have been avoided even if all due care had been exercised, or an event which neither we, nor our agents or suppliers could have foreseen or forestalled. If we do make a payment, it will be similar to one you would receive under Irish law in an Irish court.
Please note: We will make such payments for injury, illness or death on the basis that you are expected to accept that:
- You must tell us and the supplier involved about your injury or illness while you are in the resort. You should also write to our Customer Services at the address given in our ‘Important information’ about your claim within three months of coming home from your holiday to allow us to investigate it properly and co-operate with us so as to enable us to carry out such investigation. Please include a letter about your injury or illness from your doctor if you can.
- You should transfer to us any rights you have against the supplier or any other person.
- You should co-operate fully with us if we or our insurers want to enforce those rights.
- Any payments we make may be limited in accordance with international conventions.
We ask you to transfer your rights to us so that we can claim back from suppliers any payments we make to you, plus any legal or other costs. We will not make a profit from this. If we get back from the supplier more than we have paid you plus these costs, we will give the extra money to you.
Where you or someone on your holiday is in difficulty, we will give you appropriate assistance without undue delay by:
- providing appropriate information on health services, local authorities and consular assistance; and
- assisting you to make distance communications and helping you find alternative travel arrangements.
We reserve the right to charge a fee for such assistance if the difficulty is caused intentionally by you or through your negligence but any fee charged will be reasonable and will not exceed the actual costs we incur.
If you purchase any optional activities that are not part of your pre-booked itinerary, the contract for the provision of that activity will be between you and the activity provider. The decision to partake in any such activity is entirely at your own discretion and risk. If you do have any complaint about or problem with, any optional activity purchased in resort your claim should be directed to the activity provider and not to us. However, should you or any member of your party by misadventure suffer illness, injury or death during the period of your holiday from an activity which does not form part of the arrangements made by us or an excursion purchased through us, we shall at our absolute discretion give you every assistance including advice, guidance and financial assistance to cover initial legal costs for legal action against a third party where appropriate, up to a limit of €5,850 cost to ourselves per booking form provided such assistance is requested within 90 days of the misadventure. In the event of there being a successful claim for costs against a third party or a suitable insurance policy or policies being in force, the Company is entitled to recoup from you the costs actually incurred by us in giving this assistance.
Your agreement with us
When you book your ski holiday with us, you’re agreeing with the terms and conditions as stated here.
Your Holiday Contract
By asking us or your travel agent to confirm your booking, you are accepting on behalf of all persons travelling on this booking that the terms of this Agreement, which incorporate the information, restrictions and obligations set out in our ‘Important information’, and the conditions of any terms and conditions of carriage – see Conditions of Your Ticket – constitute the entire agreement between us with regard to your booking and your travel arrangements. You also consent to our processing personal information about you and other members of your party. Where the context permits, reference to "you" and "your" will include you and all persons travelling on this booking.
If you booked your holiday in any jurisdiction (including any booking via the Internet), this Agreement, and any claim or dispute arising from or related to this Agreement, will be governed by Irish law and the courts of Ireland shall have exclusive jurisdiction over any claim arising out of it.
It is your responsibility to comply with all passport, visa and other immigration requirements. Your passport and travel documents must be intact; you may be refused travel if they are damaged or have been tampered with. We do not accept any responsibility if you cannot travel because you have not complied with these requirements.
Paying For Your Travel Arrangements
You will be required to pay a deposit to us for each person when you book unless this is within ten weeks of departure when the full amount for the booking is payable. The deposit amount will be specified by us or your travel agent when your booking is made. If it is not specified then it will be the amount that we ask you to pay when you book, even if this is 100% of the holiday price. Please note your booking deposit may be increased or there may be a charge payable for some accommodation, holidays or flight bookings where it is necessary to secure specific facilities with full payment at the time of booking. Once confirmed, the booking deposit, additional charges paid and insurance premiums will not be refunded in the event of cancellation except in the circumstances specified in Sections 2, 3 or 4 or as otherwise required by law.
Within two weeks of booking, we will send you a Confirmation Invoice showing how much you owe us. You must pay the amount on the last Invoice issued by us, at least ten weeks before you go on holiday. If you don't, we reserve the right to treat your booking as cancelled and to charge you a cancellation charge up to 100% of the total on that last Invoice, in accordance with the scale in section 5.
If you pay money for your booking to a travel agent appointed by us, they will hold that money as our agent from the time they receive it until they pay the money to us.
There are no charges for payment by credit card or debit card.
If You Change Your Booking
If you want to change any details of your booking (such as changing to a different hotel or changing a name in your booking) or to cancel an optional extra you have booked, we will do our best to help but please note that changes that are more major changes, such as those that would lower the basic price of your holiday or that would otherwise result in your holiday ceasing to be a Package Holiday, will be treated by us as a different holiday (see 10.4(i)) and changes to the hotel or flight within 70 days of departure will also be treated by us as a different holiday (see 10.4(ii)). We charge an ‘Amendment Fee’ per person for each detail of the booking which we allow you to change without a cancellation. If you make the allowed change more than 70 days before departure, the fee will be €39 per change per person. If you make the allowed change within 70 days of departure, the amendment fee will be €59 per change per person. Any name changes will also be charged a fee of €25 per person, plus any airline charges that may be applicable.
The price of your new travel arrangements will be based on the prices that apply on the day you ask for the change. These prices may not be the same as when you first booked your travel arrangements.
Name change, and or departure details such as date and time changes are not always allowed by airlines and other transport providers whenever they are made. Whilst we will do our best to change the details of the booking, please bear in mind that most airlines and other transport providers treat name and departure detail changes as a cancellation and charge accordingly. These charges will be passed on to you. Once tickets have been issued, and sometimes even before they have been issued, any changes made to the ticket, including names or initials, will result in you having to pay for the cancelled ticket and buy a new ticket at full cost.
- at any time after you have booked your holiday, you want either to change to a different holiday or change your hotel or flight, and as a result your holiday ceases to be a package Holiday; or
- within 70 days of departure, you want either to change to a different holiday or change your hotel or flight; then you will have to pay cancellation charges (see section 5). If the change means we must send you new tickets, we cannot give you any refund until we have received all your old travel documents, including tickets.
Some types of accommodation (such as apartments, or hotel rooms with reductions for three adults) are priced according to the number of people staying there. If your booking changes because someone in your party cancels, we will recalculate your booking cost based on the new number of people going. If fewer people share the accommodation, then the cost for them may go up. This extra cost is not a cancellation charge, and it is not covered by travel insurance.
Subject always to section 3.3, if you are prevented from taking the holiday you have booked, you may transfer your booking to another person, provided you meet the following conditions:
- You provide us with at least 7 days' notice and authorise us to make the transfer in writing which includes email;
- The person to whom you transfer your holiday booking must comply with all the terms of the existing booking;
- That person must accept the transfer and the terms of Our Agreement;
- That person must show us new evidence of their holiday insurance, as your policy cannot be transferred to another person (and the premium cannot be refunded);
- We will also charge amendment fees in accordance with section 3.1. This will be added to the new Invoice issued to that person;
- You cannot transfer a holiday booking within 14 days of departure; and
- You will remain responsible for the payment of any balance on that new Invoice should that person fail to pay it.
Winter 2020/21: For holidays departing between December 2020 and April 2021, you can amend your booking for free up to 28 days before your departure date, whatever destination you've booked, if you're flying with TUI Airways. If you're flying with another airline, there may be a charge to amend your booking.
If You Cancel Your Booking
If you want to cancel your booking or part of it, you or your travel agent must advise us. Once we receive your notice of cancellation you should expect to receive a Cancellation Invoice within 14 days. If you do not then please contact us in writing. To cover the cost of processing your cancellation and to compensate us for the risk that we may not be able to resell your travel arrangements, we make a cancellation charge on the scale shown below. The person who made the booking is responsible for paying this charge. The size of the charge depends on when we receive your notification – the more notice you give, the less we will charge.
Please note that for certain travel arrangements the cancellation charge may be higher than those shown. In certain cases a 100% cancellation fee applies as soon as the booking is made and the ticket is issued. Please ask for full details of cancellation charges at time of booking. You may be able to claim for the cancellation charge from your travel insurance, please check your policy.
Please note: All scheduled flights are non-refundable.
These charges are based on how many days before your booked departure we receive your cancellation notice. These charges are a percentage of the total cost of your booking, not including your insurance premium.
Direct/Agents % of total booking price 70 days or more Loss of deposit* 56-69 days 30%* (or loss of deposit, whichever is greater) 36-55 days 50%* 22-35 days 70%* 11-21 days 90%* 0-10 days 100%*
Your deposit is non-refundable, even if the cancellation charge calculated is lower than the deposit amount paid.
* Where the standard deposit is increased to secure specific facilities or an additional payment has been made for transport airline tickets (see Section 2 and 4.3 above) and these are non-refundable in whole or in part, then the scale of charges shown will be calculated based on a % of the cost of all other arrangements and the non-refundable charges will be added to that cancellation charge to give the total charge.
If You Have a Complaint
You must inform us without undue delay, taking into account the circumstances of the case, of any lack of conformity which you perceive during the performance of the travel services included in the package travel contract. If you have a complaint about your arrangements whilst away, you must immediately notify the supplier of the service in question locally. If they are unable to resolve the problem immediately, and a member of our staff is not available, you should contact us straight away by telephone/fax/email and we will endeavour to assist. If you are still not satisfied on your return home, you must write to our Customer Services at the address given in our ‘Important information’, within 28 days of returning from your holiday to allow your complaint to be investigated properly. Please write your holiday reference number on your letter, and include your daytime and evening telephone numbers. If you do not give us the opportunity to resolve any problem locally by reporting it to the supplier, or calling and informing us, then we may not be able to deal positively with any complaint on your return.
What Happens to Holiday Complaints
We can usually sort out any complaints you may have. (a) Without prejudice to the your rights under Clause 7(b) below, if you wish to make a complaint in relation to a holiday, you must immediately inform our representative at the location where you are staying when the complaint arises, thereby affording us a reasonable opportunity to rectify any matters that have arisen. You shall, if we require it , complete a form setting out the detail of the complaint. Should any issue persist please contact our Dublin Office for further assistance. If you fail to comply with such requirement, we shall be entitled to recover the cost from you of any additional expenses incurred by us in carrying out subsequent investigation of complaint, which is found to be unjustified. (b) You shall be obliged to notify us by e-mail at email@example.com as this is our preferred method of communication, or in writing of any complaint not later than 28 days after your return or termination of the holiday whichever is the earlier and no complaint received thereafter shall be entertained.
Conduct While Travelling
We reserve the right to refuse to accept you as a customer or continue dealing with you if we, or another person in authority, believe your behaviour is disruptive, causes unnecessary inconvenience, is threatening or abusive, you damage property, you upset, annoy, disturb, or put any other traveler or our staff or agents in Ireland or resort in any risk or danger, on the telephone, in writing or in person. If the Captain of your flight, train or ferry or any of our resort staff or agents believes that you could be disruptive or that you are suffering from a contagious disease, they can also refuse to let you proceed with your travel arrangements or restrict your movements on board or disembark you from a ferry or aircraft, or remove you from your accommodation or excursion. If you are disruptive and this means you are not allowed to board the outbound journey from Ireland, we will treat your booking as cancelled by you from that moment, and you will have to pay full cancellation charges (see section 5). If this occurs overseas then you will become responsible for your own return home and any other members of your group who cannot or will not travel without you. We will not be liable for any refund, or compensation or any costs or expenses you incur. If you are refused carriage because of your behaviour, or that you are under the influence of alcohol or drugs, your airline may pass on your details and date of the refusal of carriage to other airlines for their information. This in turn may make it difficult for you to book other airline tickets. In any of these circumstances no refunds or compensation will be paid to you.
As a result of your behavior during any stage of your holiday including on an aircraft, transfer, in any accommodation, ferry or excursion, we reserve the right to make a claim against you for any damages, costs and expenses (including legal expenses) incurred as a result, including but not limited to (i) cleaning, repairing or replacing property lost, damaged or destroyed by you, (ii) compensating any passenger, crew, staff or agent affected by your actions and (iii) the cost of diverting an aircraft or ship to remove you. Criminal proceedings may also be instigated.
For the purpose of this section reference to “you” or “your” includes any other person in your party.
Any accommodation we arrange for you must only be used by those people named on your Confirmation Invoice (or on latest Amendment Invoice issued). You are not allowed to share the accommodation or let anyone else stay there. You are responsible for the cost of any damage caused to your accommodation or its contents during your stay. These charges must be met by you and may have to be paid locally.
The Conditions of Your Ticket
When you travel by air or by sea, your journey may be subject to certain international conventions such as the Warsaw Convention, Montreal Convention or Athens Convention. You agree that the transport company’s own ‘Conditions of Carriage’ will apply to you on that journey. When arranging this transportation for you, we rely on the terms and conditions contained within these international conventions and those ‘Conditions of Carriage’. You acknowledge that all of these terms and conditions form part of your contract with us as well as with the transport company. You can ask us or the travel agent booking your holiday to provide you with a copy of any of the conditions applicable to your journey. The airlines terms and conditions are available on request. We will tell you the identity of the air carrier when you book with us and if it is not known at that time or subsequently changes we will inform you as soon as possible and no later than at check-in for your flight.
If you book via our website or have opted in other circumstances for us to contact you via e-mail, we will communicate with you using the e-mail address you have provided. For example, to provide your e-confirmation, e-ticket, e-cancellation, etc. We will assume that your e-mail address is correct and that you understand the risks associated with using this form of communication. Please note that you may still have to contact us via our call centre or in writing as required in our terms and conditions.