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					GENERAL CONDITIONS OF CARRIAGE FOR PASSENGERS AND BAGGAGE,
APPLIED BY FLYJET

  I.       Definitions.

          BAGGAGE – means such articles and other personal property of a passenger that
           are necessary or appropriate for wearing, use, comfort or convenience in
           connection with the journey. Unless otherwise specified, it includes both checked
           and unchecked baggage.

          Unchecked baggage – unchecked items and personal property of a passenger
           carried in the custody of a passenger in the passenger cabin.

          Checked baggage – checked items and personal property of a passenger carried in
           the custody of the Carrier for which the Carrier has issued a baggage check.

          Chartering institution – a natural person or business entity such as travel agency,
           tour operator, organizing tourist or occasional events using air transportation or
           institutions organizing occasional events for their employees or invited guests.

          Carrier designator code – means a combination of two marks (a character and a
           letter) or a combination of three letters that identify the air Carrier.

          Convention – means one of the following documents applicable to the carriage
           contract:
       The Warsaw Convention – means:
                The Convention for the Unification of Certain Rulet Relating to
                  International Carriage by Air signed in Warsaw on October 12, 1929.
                The Hague Protocol from September 28, 1955 amending the Warsaw
                  Convention
                The amending Guadalajara Convention from September 18, 1961 and
                Protocols related to amendments to the Warsaw Convention signed in
                  Montreal number 1, 2 and 4 (1975)
       The Montreal Convention – means The Montreal Convention from May 29, 1999
       since applicable.

          Baggage Check – means those parts of the ticket which relate to the carriage of
           the passenger’s checked baggage

          Passenger – means any person, except crew members and aviation authorities on
           duty, who is or is to be carried with an aircraft with the Carrier’s consent.

          Carrier – means an air carrier.

        SDR (Special Drawing Right) – means the monetary unit of the reserve assets of the
          International Monetary Fund (IMF); updates on the monetary unit is accessible at
          the website: www.imf.org

        Carrier’s website – www.flyjet.pl


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        Damage – death, wounding or bodily injury resulting from an accident during
          carriage performed by the Carrier, and loss, partial loss, robbery or delay in
          baggage delivering arising out of or in connection with carriage performed by the
          Carrier.

        Tariff – fares for passenger and baggage carriage on a given route, established by
          the Carrier and being subject to defined conditions. Tariff is one of the elements
          included in carriage charge.

        Baggage identification Tag – a document located on passenger’s checked baggage,
          used for baggage identification only.

II.       Applicability of the General Conditions of Carriage and terms of reference

1. „The General Conditions of Carriage”, hereinafter referred to as „The Conditions of
   Carriage” are applicable in way not infringing those provisions of Convention or other
   statutory requirements that are unconditionally binding. The invalidity of any
   provision of General Conditions of Carriage shall not affect the validity of any other
   provision hereof.

2. The Carrier is obliged to carry the Passenger and his/her Baggage with due diligence
   in a due time, according to the time schedule enclosed in the contract.

III.      Reservation and Carriage Documents.

1. Reservation can be made by means of the email, fax or personally in the company’s
   premises.

2. Until the day of flight, the Carrier is entitled to dully charge a Chartering institution / a
   passenger.

3. Confirmation of a reservation entitles the Carrier and a Chartering institution / a
   passenger to conclude a Carriage Contract.

4. A Carriage Contract between the Carrier and a Chartering institution / a passenger is
   considered concluded when an order is confirmed by the Carrier and the amount due is
   paid by a Chartering institution / a passenger.

5. Each Reservation contains a unique number serving for its identification in the
   Reservation System of the Carrier.

6. Each Reservation contains information concerning route and additional services
   booked by a Chartering institution / a passenger.

7. A Carriage Document is a passengers’ list delivered to the Carrier by a Chartering
   Institution / a passenger.

8. Each Reservation shall be personal and the data included may be changed only with a
   consent of the Carrier. The Carrier is obliged to carry the Passenger whose name is
   indicated in the Reservation only.


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9. The Passenger is entitled to be carried by a charter flight only when he/she is able to
   confirm his/her identity with an official document including a photo such as a
   passport, an identity card or a driver’s license.

10. The right of carriage may be transmitted to other persons on condition that the Carrier
    has been informed before and the number of passengers and baggage cannot be greater
    than the one originally determined.

11. As far as a change of booking is possible, it must be made not later than two hours
   before the scheduled departure time.

12. In case of an increase of taxes, fees or other charges before the day of a change of the
    Reservation, a Passenger is obliged to pay the difference. Should taxes, fees or other
    charges be lower than on the day of the original purchase, a Passenger is not entitled to
    claim a refund from the Carrier.

13. The Carrier shall be entitled to demand a fee for a change of booking, for a seat that
    has not been used or has been cancelled in accordance with the terms of a Carriage
    Contract.

14. The Carrier is entitled to cancel the Reservation if the Passenger has not paid for the
    Ticket or has not complied with credit arrangement until the date determined in the
    Carriage Contract.

15. Should the Passenger be prevented from flying a purchased and paid Charter because
    of unquestionable force majeure, and a change of the Reservation is not possible and
    the Carrier has been informed about the force majeure immediately after it had
    occurred, the Passenger shall be entitled to fly the Charter in another available date or
    to receive reimbursement of amount due reduced by costs related to flight preparation.

16. Force majeure means such events which prevent the Parties from accomplishing duties
    determined in the Carriage Contract, which occurred or which the Parties became
    acquainted with after the Carriage Contract had been concluded, which could not have
    been anticipated when concluding the Carriage Contract, which cannot be overcome
    and which are not related to the Parties’ activities, in particular such events as:
        i. general strike;
        ii. airports closure
        iii. epidemic, fire, flood, earthquake;
        iv. weather conditions making flight performance impossible.
        v. aircraft technical failure

IV.    Personal Data Protection.

1. The Passenger is obliged to provide the Carrier with his/her personal information
   necessary for making a Reservation for carriage, issuing ticket, delivering the Carriage
   Contract, for obtaining ancillary services and for facilitating immigration and entry
   requirements. Refusal to provide such data or provision of false data by the person
   making the Reservation or data which make it impossible for the Carrier to contact a



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     Passenger, in particular in case of flight schedule change, shall release the Carrier
     from the responsibility for any damages resulting from the change in question.

2. The Passenger agrees for keeping and using his/her personal data and transmitting it to
   relevant government authorities and/or other foreign recipients (including the USA
   and Canada) in scope necessary for fulfilling immigration, entry, safety procedures,
   for combating acts of terrorism along with other crimes as well as for legally justified
   actions accomplished by data administrators or recipients. The Passenger also agrees
   for transmitting his/her personal data to third parties, such as Agents, only in scope
   necessary for the performance of the Carriage Contract. Provision of the personal data
   is voluntary.

3. The personal data of the Passenger shall not be used for marketing purposes without
   the Passenger’s previous consent in writing.

4. In the case when the Passenger orders additional services, performed by third parties
   (such as hotel bookings or car rentals), the Passenger empowers the Carrier with a
   right to disclose the data necessary for the performance of such services to the third
   party performing such services.

5. The Carrier is not liable for the damages resulting from the disclosure of the data by
   the third parties.

6. The Carrier is not liable for the damages resulting from delivering false or incomplete
   data by the Passenger.

V.      Check-in.

1. Parents travelling with small children are requested to submit their needs earlier to the
   airport personnel because of longer special and security procedures.

2. Passengers who, for reasons beyond the control of the Carrier, will not appear at the
   check-in desk by the time indicated by the Carrier, shall not be accepted on board of
   the aircraft and their Reservation for the given flight shall be cancelled without the
   right to reimbursement.

3. Unless otherwise stated in the Carriage Contract, the check-in begins 2 hours before
   the scheduled time of departure and ends 35 minutes before the scheduled time of
   departure. In particular cases the times of check-in may be altered. In such case the
   Carrier shall inform the Chartering Institution / the Passenger.

4. The Passenger is obliged to present an identity documents including the photo. Lack
   of such a document results in a refusal of accepting the Passenger on board with no
   right to reimbursement.

5. The Passenger is obliged to obey the respective laws of a given country and to follow
   the instructions of public servants and/or airport personnel. Refusal to follow such
   instructions may result in refusal of accepting the Passenger on board with no right to
   reimbursement.



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6. Except for the cases prescribed by law, the Carrier shall not be liable for any loss or
   expense born by the Passenger, resulting from the refusal of accepting the Passenger
   on board.

7. If the Passenger fails to arrive at the entrance of the aircraft after a check-in, and for
   this reason the flight is delayed because of the necessity of unshipping the checked
   baggage, the passenger is bound to bear the expenses connected to it.

VI.      Refusal of Carriage

1. The Carrier may refuse carriage of any Passenger or his/her Baggage, if, in the
   exercise of its discretions, the Carrier determines that:
                i. such action is necessary for safety reasons;
               ii. with the exception of the Article concerning the special needs
                   Passengers, the Passenger's mental or physical condition, including the
                   situation where the Passenger is under the influence of alcohol, drugs
                   or other intoxicating substances, involves hazard or risk to life, health,
                   well-being or property of the Passenger or other persons on board
             iii. such action is necessary due to the Passenger’s failure to observe the
                   instructions of the personnel of the Carrier, public authorities and/or
                   airport personnel, especially those concerning the safety and order on
                   the board.
              iv. The Carrier previously informed the Passenger in written that the
                   Passenger shall not be carried by any flight of the Carrier at any time.
               v. The Passenger behaved improperly during a prior flight and the Carrier
                   assumes that such behaviour can recur.
              vi. the Passenger has refused to submit to a security check, Baggage check
                   or medical tests if needed
             vii. The Passenger’s behaviour constitutes an offence or crime.
            viii. The Passenger has not obeyed the smoking ban on board the Carrier’s
                   aircraft.
              ix. the applicable fare or any charges or taxes payable have not been paid
                   or credit arrangements between the Carrier and the Chartering
                   Institution / the Passenger or the person paying for the ticket have not
                   been completed.
               x. the Passenger does not appear to be properly documented or refuses the
                   Carrier’s request to present appropriate travel documentation
              xi. the Passenger has been refused entry into the country to be flown from,
                   into or over.
             xii. The Passenger needs special assistance which cannot be guaranteed by
                   the Carrier.
            xiii. The Passenger has not informed the Carrier about his/her special needs
                   or his/her intention of carrying a special Baggage.
            xiv. In the case when the Passenger’s behaviour endangers or may endanger
                   the flight safety.

      Should the Carrier refuse to carry the Passenger or remove the Passenger from the
      aircraft after a landing en route for any of the above mentioned reasons, it shall be not
      responsible for any damages or losses resulting from such refusal of carriage or
      removal of the Passenger from the aircraft.


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   In such a case the Passenger may also be charged with all costs relating to such
   refusal.

VII.   Travel Documents

1. The Passenger is obliged to possess all documents required during his/her travel and to
   fulfill all requirements which entitle him/her to enter and to depart from a given
   country in accordance with the requirements of the state authorities in the countries of
   departure, transfer, transit and destination.

2. Before boarding the aircraft, the Passenger is obliged to present the necessary travel
   documents required on the basis of legal provisions and regulations of countries to be
   flown into and over, and to obey provisions and regulations binding in these countries.
   Should the Passenger not fulfill these requirements, the Carrier shall be entitled to
   refuse to carry the Passenger.

3. Should the Carrier be obliged to pay any fine or penalty or should the Carrier bear any
   expenses resulting from the Passenger failing to comply with the rules referred to in
   the paragraph 1 of this article, the Passenger shall be charged with all costs incurred
   by the Carrier.

4. The Carrier shall not be responsible for any incompleteness or possible invalidity of
   the Passenger’s travel documents

5. The Carrier shall not be liable for any refusal of carriage of the Passenger if the
   Carrier reasonably believe that the Passenger's travel documents do not meet the
   requirements of the provisions and regulations in force.

6. The preceding terms are also binding for travel documents of animals traveling with
   the Passenger.

VIII. Administrative proceedings

1. The Passenger shall be exclusively responsible for respecting all travel-related rules,
   regulations, instructions, requirements and demands binding in the country to be flown
   from, into or over as well as for respecting the regulations and instructions of the
   Carrier.

2. The Carrier, its employees, Agents and representatives are not obliged to provide the
   Passengers and any third party with help or information on receiving necessary
   documents (including the visas) or complying with binding laws, and they are not
   liable for any consequence that the Passenger might suffer as a result of having false
   information, not having required documents (including the visas) or not complying
   with the binding law.

3. The Passenger is obliged to pay the carriage fare and other travel-related fees, if the
   Passenger is refused the entry to a Place of destination or a Place of transfer and the
   government authorities order the Carrier to carry the Passenger back to the Place of



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      departure or any other place. The fee paid to the Carrier for the carriage to the place of
      refusal of entrance or deportation shall not be reimbursed by the Carrier.


IX.      Tariffs and fees

1. The carriage covered within these Conditions of Carriage is charged at tariffs and rates
   established by the Carrier on the day when the Carriage Contract is concluded.

2. The tariff shall include a fee for air carriage from a departure to a destination airport,
   unless agreed otherwise.

3. The tariffs shall not include costs of ground transport between airports and between
   airports and terminals in city centers.

4. The tariffs applied in air transport are calculated according to the Carrier’s regulations.
   Unless otherwise regulated by state laws and the Carrier’s regulations, the applying
   Tariff is the Tariff which applies on the day when the Contract is concluded. A change
   of route or date of travel might affect the Tariff.

5. Should the paid fee not be equal to the applying Tariff, the difference shall be paid to
   the Carrier or give back by the Carrier, according to the Carrier’s regulations.

6. Unless otherwise stated in the Contract, the Tariff shall not comprise de-icing fees,
   charges related to a change of route resulting from force majeure or weather
   conditions or airport authorities regulations.

7. Any additional tariffs and fees due to the Carrier shall be paid in cash or in a cashless
   form in any currency accepted by the Carrier, subject to the conditions specified by
   foreign currency regulations of a given country. Should the payment be made in a
   currency other than the Tariff’s currency, the amount of the payment shall be
   calculated within an exchange course specified by the Carrier. Information on
   currency exchange course is available on the Carrier’s website: www.flyjet.pl

X.       Passenger’s duties during air transport

1. Before starting a journey, the Passenger is obliged to inform the Chartering Institution
   / the Carrier about his/her health problem which might make the air transport difficult.
   The Chartering Institution is obliged to deliver the information to the Carrier.

2. The passenger is obliged to undergo a security control and permit a control of both
   checked and unchecked Baggage.

3. The Passenger is obliged to participate in customs check of his/her Checked and/or
   Unchecked Baggage. The Carrier shall not be responsible against the Passenger for
   any loss or damage incurred by the Passenger during such check or as a result of
   failure to conform to the requirements.

4. In accordance with binding international laws, the Passenger shall not be allowed to
   carry in his cabin baggage any materials, items and substances listed in the


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   Attachment 1 to these Conditions of Carriage and in relevant legal acts of a given
   country. The Passenger is obliged to hand the above mentioned items over to the
   Carrier and before a flight and does not have a right to get the items back (the items
   are confiscated by entitled authorities) unless they are placed in his/her Checked
   Baggage.

5. The Passenger is obliged to exercise caution relevant to air transport conditions and to
   follow instructions given by the Carrier’s employees or representatives.

6. Furthermore the Passenger is obliged to:

       i. Follow instructions given by the staff and displayed at aircraft panel regarding
          fastening safety belts,
      ii. move to an indicated seat on request of the Carrier's staff,
    iii. exercise caution and refrain from any actions which could endanger flight’s
          safety and continuity as well as not to disturb other passengers during the
          journey or crew members in performing their duties and not to destroy the
          Carrier's and passengers' properties,
     iv. pay fees for all expenses resulting from any loss or damage caused by the
          Passenger as a consequence of his/her behaviour (e.g. damage of internal parts of
          an aircraft resulting from an illegal transport of any dangerous items, goods or
          animals, etc.),
      v. refrain from any actions which endanger the order and discipline on board,
          especially from an excessive consumption of alcohol,
     vi. observe the ban on consuming alcohol brought on board in the hand luggage or
          bought in duty free shops at an airport,
    vii. observe the smoking ban on board, especially in lavatories,
   viii. follow staff's instructions related to the use of private electronic equipment and
          devices which could disturb a proper functioning of electric, electronic and other
          aircraft equipment, while turned on,
     ix. observe the ban on using equipment radiating electromagnetic waves on board
          (e.g. mobile telephones) and other devices, which could disturb a proper
          functioning of electric, electronic and other aircraft equipment, while turned on,
      x. in case of health problems during a flight, undergo immediately the first aid
          treatment, give the crew all necessary personal data and all information on the
          health condition and undergo a medical check afterwards
     xi. follow instructions of the aircraft’s captain and crew during a flight,
    xii. undergo a security check in accordance with regulations and carried out by state
          authorities or entitled institutions,

7. For flight’s safety reason, the Carrier may introduce the ban or limitations on using
   such equipment as: portable radio and computer / laptop, mobile phone, electronic
   games, broadcasting devices, toys steered by radio waves and radiotelephone on
   board.

8. The use of hearing devices and devices controlling work of heart shall be allowed.

9. The Carrier shall inform the Passengers of safety and order requirements on board and
   of consequences of their violation if needed.



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10. If the Carrier considers that the Passenger’s behaviour endangers an aircraft, a person
    or property on board, hampers the crew to perform their duties, does not follow the
    crew’s instructions regarding the limitations and ban on smoking, consuming alcohol
    and drugs on board or behaves in a way causing reasonable objections of other
    passengers, the Carrier shall undertake appropriate actions, including use of
    compulsion measures, to remove such Passenger from the aircraft after landing and
    refuse further carriages including flights in future.

11. In order to ensure the flight safety as well as safety and order on board, the
    commander shall be entitled in particular to issue instructions to all persons on board
    and all persons on board shall be obliged to fulfill the commander's instructions.

12. The Carrier shall be entitled to make claims against a Passenger who has caused any
    damage to any other passenger and/or the Carrier.

13. Violations of regulation on ban of smoking or consuming alcohol brought on board or
    bought in duty free shops at the airport fall under penal sanctions defined in the Article
    211, section 1, point 7 in connection with the Article 115, section 1 of the Aviation
    Law from the 3rd of July 2002 (Journal of Laws of the Republic of Poland, number
    130 from 2002, item 1112) and subsequent amendments stipulating fees, restriction of
    liberty or deprivation of liberty up to a year.

XI.    The Carrier’s obligations during air carriage


1. The Carrier is obliged to make sure that all passengers are familiar with layout and
   manner of use of:
      i. Safety belts,
     ii. Emergency exits and equipment intended for common use,
    iii. Life vests and oxygen masks if these are provided for passengers’ use by
         regulations,
    iv. Other emergency equipment intended for individual use.

2. The passenger shall be informed by the Carrier about bans binding on board. In the
   case when the Passenger violates the smoking ban or other bans on board he/she might
   be refused carriage with no consequences for the Carrier. The Carrier is entitled to
   make a claim against the Passenger who in such case is obliged to cover the costs of
   refusal of carriage.

3. The Carrier is obliged to instruct passengers on reacting in emergency situations.

4. The Carrier is obliged to ensure the passengers a possibility of fastening seatbelts
   during take-off, landing, turbulence and at any other flight moment on the
   commander’s request, if needed.

5. The Carrier is obliged to instruct the Passenger on how to store their luggage and
   personal belongings on board.

6. The Carrier might operate a flight with an aircraft type different from the one defined
   originally in a schedule or with an aircraft of another Carrier.


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XII.   Special needs passengers

1. While making a charter reservation, the Chartering institution / the Passenger is
   obliged to inform the Carrier about special needs passengers (ill, disabled people,
   unaccompanied minors and visibly pregnant women). Regulations on security check
   of Passengers are applicable.

2. The Carrier as far as possible shall ensure special needs passengers assistance of cabin
   crew during the carriage.

3. The Carrier is entitled to limit the number of special needs passengers and of their
   escort on board one aircraft.

4. A wheelchair belonging to a disabled Passenger shall be submitted to safety check
   according to the same proceedings that are applied to Unchecked Baggage.

5. The Carrier shall ensure that the Passenger on wheelchair receives assistance in form
   of special devices and equipment as well as properly trained personnel. The Carrier
   shall ensure the Passenger transport by wheelchair belonging either to the Passenger or
   by a substitute wheelchair from check-in to an aircraft and from an aircraft to
   departure hall. Should the Passenger be able to use his/her own wheelchair, a handling
   agent shall collect the wheelchair at the aircraft’s stairs and load it to a cargo hold as
   Checked Baggage and at a destination airport a handling agent shall unload the
   wheelchair before any other luggage and deliver it to the Passenger at the aircraft’s
   stairs. The Passenger who is not able to use the stairs on his/her own or with assistance
   to board or leave an aircraft shall be provided with appropriate assistance by a
   handling agent.

6. The Carrier shall not be liable for any possible wounding, illness or other health
   failure, including death of the Passenger, as well as for any damage caused to the
   Baggage carried by the Passenger resulting from the carriage, if due to his/her physical
   or mental condition or age, the Passenger might suffer from health failure or other
   damages during a flight.

7. Pregnant women can travel on board of Carrier's aircraft up to the 26th week of
   pregnancy without presenting a medical statement permitting to travel by air. The
   Carrier allows carriage of pregnant women between the 27th and 34th week of
   pregnancy with a medical statement confirming advancement of pregnancy and
   permitting a pregnant woman to travel by air.

8. Carriage of women after the 34th week of pregnancy shall be at woman's own risk and
   the Carrier does not bear any liability in this respect.

XIII. Carriage of infants and children

1. Children younger than two years old shall travel on condition that he/she seats on laps
   of an adult. One adult is entitled to travel with one infant only.



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2. Children between 6 and 12 years old are entitled to travel on condition that they are
   assisted by an adult at the departure airport and the adult provides The Carrier with a
   written confirmation on a form defined in respective regulations that the child will be
   awaited by another adult at the destination airport. If a person at the destination airport
   fails to show up, all costs of assistance over the child shall be covered by a person
   escorting the child at the departure airport. The Carrier is entitled to request a
   document confirming child’s age.

3. Children under 6 years old shall not be authorized in any case to travel without adult’s
   assistance.

XIV. Hand luggage

1. Unless otherwise stated in the Carriage Contract, the Passenger is entitled to carry 1
   piece of luggage in the passenger cabin. The weight of hand luggage shall not exceed
   5 kg per person and the total of three dimensions of the hand luggage shall not be
   greater than 115 cm (for example 55x40x20 cm), unless otherwise stated in the
   Carriage Contract. The Carrier is entitled to limit the size and number of pieces of
   luggage in respect to aircraft’s holds capacity, which shall be communicated to the
   Chartering institution while concluding the Charter Contract. The Carrier is entitled to
   check the weight and dimensions of the luggage.

2. The limits concerning hand luggage mentioned in section 1 of the paragraph 14 shall
    not include the following personal use items, which the Passenger might need during
    his/her journey and which shall be under the Passenger’s care:
     i.   Small handbag
    ii.   coat,
   iii. umbrella or cane,
   iv.    photo camera, video camera, binoculars, laptop,
    v.    infant restraint and infant food for the duration of a flight,
   vi.    crutches and orthopedic equipment.

3. The Carrier may allow other items to be carried as a hand luggage, providing
   appropriate information is enclosed in the Carriage Contract or the captain of an
   aircraft agrees on carrying these items.

4. Should there not be enough space in the passengers cabin, the Carrier is entitled to
   demand handing the hand luggage over and carry it in a cargo hold, irrespective of
   size regulations permitted by the Carrier. In such case the Passenger shall be obliged
   to take out of the luggage all his/her valuables, documents and electronic appliances.
   Such baggage shall be treated as Checked Baggage and undergo respective provisions
   of these Conditions of Carriage.

5. The passenger is not allowed to carry in his/her hand luggage any materials, items or
   substances listed in the Annex 1 to these Conditions of Carriage.

XV.    Checked Baggage

1. The Passenger within collected Carriage Fee is entitled to carry a Checked Baggage
   meeting the following conditions:


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       i. Checked Baggage carried in cargo holds shall be packed in suitcases or other
          suitable containers guaranteeing safe carriage.
      ii. Checked Baggage should be labeled with the Passenger’s surname, initials or
          other personal sign, enabling the Passenger to identify his/her Baggage.
    iii. The maximum weight of the Checked Baggage which each Passenger is entitled
          to carry within collected Carriage Fee is 15 kg, unless otherwise stated in the
          Carriage Contract. The dimensions of the Checked Baggage determined
          individually depending on the type of an aircraft and are defined in the Charter
          Contract.
     iv. Weight of a single piece of Baggage shall not be greater than 15 kg. Passengers
          who do not have a seat in an aircraft, i.e. children under 2 years old shall not be
          entitled to carry free Baggage.
      v. Baggage, whose dimensions are greater than the dimensions defined in the above
          points, shall be considered excess Baggage. It may be accepted for a flight only
          when additional fee has been paid for it and it has been accepted by the Carrier.
     vi. The information on the carriage of excess Baggage and on excess Baggage-
          related procedures is available from the Carrier. The Carrier is entitled to refuse
          carrying excess Baggage not meeting the Carrier’s conditions.
    vii. It is not the Carrier’s duty to carry excess Baggage. Should there be not enough
          luggage space, The Carrier is entitled to refuse accepting excess Baggage.
   viii. Hand luggage and Checked Baggage carriage shall be regulated in a detailed
          way by regulations and procedures of an airport.
     ix. The Carrier recommends the Passenger not to place the following items in
          his/her Checked Baggage:

              Cach and securities;
              jewellery, precious metals, precious and semiprecious stones;
              computers, photo cameras, video cameras, mobile phones and other
               electronic devices or technical devices and their accessories, optical
               devices and other fragile items;
              official, business or personal documents;
              travel documents or any other identification documents;
              keys;
              liquids (the exception: acid batteries for wheelchairs);
              medicines;
              groceries;
              works of art / artistic manufactures of considerable worth.

2. Should the Passenger’s Checked Baggage contain any of the items listed above, the
   Carrier shall not be liable for any loss, destruction, delayed delivery or damage of such
   items.

3. Should the Baggage be not suitably packed in a way guaranteeing safe carriage of it
   while normally handled, the Carrier is entitled to refuse accepting it as Checked
   Baggage.

4. Fragile items which may be particularly subject to damages while carried as Checked
   Baggage in cargo hold such as some musical instruments, paintings, and which shall
   not be included on the list of items and materials prohibited to transport might be


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   carried as hand luggage after informing the Carrier of the intention of carrying them
   and receiving the Carrier’s consent on carrying them.
5. Within free Checked Baggage, the Passenger is entitled to carry a folding baby stroller
   providing the aircraft cabin size is adequate. The Carrier shall be notified of the
   necessity of carrying a baby stroller while concluding the Charter Contract.

6. A fully folding wheelchair whose size allows it to be carried in cargo hold, shall be
   transported as free Checked Baggage.

XVI. Baggage collecting

1. The Passenger is obliged to collect his/her Baggage according to the destination
   airport procedures as soon as it is ready for pick-up.

2. Should the Baggage not be picked up after arrival, a suitable charge shall be collected
   for its storing in an airport storeroom. Should the Baggage not be picked up within
   three (3) months after its arrival to the destination, the Carrier is entitled to destroy it
   according to the Carrier’s regulations and the Carrier shall not be liable towards the
   Passenger.

3. The Baggage shall be collected only by the holder of a Baggage Check and a suitable
   part of a baggage identification tag. The Carrier is not obliged to verify if a holder of a
   Baggage Check and a part of a baggage identification tag is entitled to collect the
   Baggage. The inability to show a baggage identification tag shall not preclude
   collecting the Baggage, provided the Baggage might be identified on the basis of other
   markings.

4. The Carrier is not liable for any loss, damage or other costs arisen as a consequence of
   collecting the Baggage by an unlawful person.

5. Any damages or loss of the Baggage shall be reported to the Carrier immediately
   while collecting the Baggage. Damage or loss shall be reported at the destination
   airport before leaving Baggage collecting area and customs check. Such report obliges
   the Carrier to draw up a damage or loss protocol. The protocol might be made in an
   electronic files system. Otherwise, should there be no evidence to the contrary, it shall
   be assumed that the Baggage has been issued in undamaged condition.

6. Should two or more passengers travelling together to the same destination check in
   their Baggage at the same time and in the same place, such passengers shall be
   allowed to carry the Baggage of the total weight equal a sum of Baggage to which
   each Passenger is entitled.

XVII. Items excluded from transportation and subject to limitation in carriage


1. The following items are excluded from transportation, both in Checked Baggage and
   hand luggage:
              i. Firearms, ammunition, explosives, items or substances imitating
                 firearms, ammunition or explosives;



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                ii. Flammables (except alcoholic beverages in originally closed
                    containers, hair spray, perfumes, cologne water);
              iii. Radioactive materials,
               iv. Compressed gas (except carbon dioxide for operating artificial limbs,
                    inflammable gas container for inflating life vests and oxygen and air
                    bottle in number defined in IATA regulations);
                v. Toxic and infectious substances;
               vi. Corrosives (except mercury in thermometers and barometers or
                    batteries in wheelchairs);
              vii. Briefcases and small suitcases in a diplomat-type containing security
                    systems and alarm devices, lithium batteries or pyrotechnic materials;
             viii. Items and materials endangering safety, properties, life or health of
                    persons on board;
               ix. All materials prohibited in transportation according to provisions and
                    regulations of the countries flight-related;
                x. All items unfit to carriage because of their weight, shapes, size or other
                    properties;
               xi. Animals except the provisions of section 3-7 of this Article;
              xii. Human remains
             xiii. Animal remains
             xiv. Items listed in Technical Instructions on Safe Transportation of
                    Dangerous Goods by Air published by International Civil Aviation
                    Organization - ICAO, Regulations on Dangerous Goods published by
                    International Air Transport Association – IATA and Commission
                    Ordinance (EC) Number 68/2004.

2. Should the Passenger attempt to take any of the above listed items, the Carrier is
   entitled to refuse its carriage also when such item has been detected during the flight.

3. Domestic animals exclusively shall be accepted as Checked Baggage. The animals
   shall be placed in suitable containers together with food and shall possess valid
   veterinarian health and vaccinations certificate, entry permission and other documents
   required by authorities of destination or transit countries. Small dogs and cats might
   travel in a passenger cabin after receiving the Carrier’s consent.

4. An animal carried as Checked Baggage, its container and food shall not be included in
   the limit of free Baggage but shall constitute excess baggage for which the Passenger
   shall pay according to effective fares.

5. The Carrier shall not be liable for bodily injury, loss, delayed delivery, illness or death
   of an animal should it be refused the entry to the territory of destination or transit
   countries.

6. Guide dogs of the blind or deaf persons shall be carried free of charge. The dogs shall
   be on leash, shall have muzzle on, shall possess a dogs training certificate and other
   required documents.

7. The detailed conditions of animal transportation may be regulated by separate
   provisions of destination or transit countries.

8. The Carrier is entitled to limit the number of animals carried in one flight.

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9. Should an item excluded from carriage or an item contrary to provisions of these
   Conditions of Carriage be found, an appropriate fee shall be paid for such an item
   Moreover carriage of such an item shall be subject to exclusions and limitations as
   well as other provisions of these Conditions of Carriage related to baggage
   transportation. The Carrier is entitled to take into his custody items which he considers
   dangerous.

10. Sport guns, short firearms and ammunition including blank bullets up to 5 kg are
    allowed to be carried only as Checked Baggage and are not allowed to be placed in the
    same Checked Baggage. The Passenger is obliged to notify the airport personnel about
    his/her intention of carrying firearms during check-in and fulfill a declaration of
    firearms carriage in a flight. The firearms shall be unloaded under supervision of
    Border Guard officers. The Passenger shall be totally liable for receiving approvals /
    permissions for carrying firearms into a destination country.

11. The provisions of the point 10 of this Article shall be not applicable to officers of the
    Military Information Services, the Internal Security Agency, the Secret Services, the
    Police, the Border Guards and the Government Protection Bureau on duty. The Carrier
    shall be notified in advance about the intention of carrying firearms on board and he
    shall be notified that the armed persons have been acquainted with the rules of
    carrying firearms and their use on board.

XVIII. Right to check the Baggage

1. For safety reasons the Passenger shall be obliged to inform the Carrier on carried
   Baggage. Upon the Passenger’s consent or should the Passenger be absent or should it
   be impossible to obtain his/her consent in due time without the Passenger’s consent,
   the Carrier is entitled to check whether the Baggage contains any of the items that
   would violate these Conditions of Carriage.

2. Should the Passenger refuse to provide information or fail to give permission to check
   the Baggage’s content, the Carrier is entitled to refuse carriage of the Passenger and/or
   his/her Baggage.

XIX. Liability of the Carrier

1. The Carrier shall be liable for any damage resulting from non-performance or
   improper performance of the contract.

2. The carriage coming under these Conditions of Carriage shall be subject to the rules
   and limitations of the Carrier's liability as determined by the Warsaw Convention,
   should it be “international transport" within the meaning of the Convention. Within
   the scope to which the provisions of the Convention do not apply, the liability shall be
   determined by the law in force of particular countries, whereby the Polish law in this
   respect and the applicable law of transportation of other EU member states is
   consistent with the Convention.




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3. Should the damage arise entirely or partly at fault of an injured person, the Carrier
   may decline responsibility in whole or in part, according to the binding law
   regulations.


4. The Carrier shall be liable for the Passenger’s personal damage (death, bodily injury
   and/or health disorder) according to the principles defined in applicable acts of law
   that provide for limitation of the Carrier's liability.

5. The Carrier's liability shall only be restricted to damages caused during a carriage by
   his own flight or during flights bearing the Carrier's Code.

6. Should there be any doubts as to health condition of the Passenger before a flight, the
   Carrier is entitled to request a relevant medical certificate or order medical
   examination of the Passenger at the airport (before departure) at the Passenger’s own
   expense.

7. The Carrier shall not be liable for any damage resulting from observing the binding
   law and administrative regulations or for any damage resulting from an inobservance
   by the Passengers of the aforementioned law provisions and regulations.

XX.    Passenger Bodily Injury Liability

1. The Carrier’s liability for damage sustained in case of death or bodily injury of a
   Passenger upon condition only that the accident which caused the death or injury took
   place on board the aircraft or in the course of any of the operations of embarking or
   disembarking is subject to limitations of the Convention. Should the Warsaw
   Convention be applicable, the maximum limit of compensation equals 250.000 Francs
   Poincare or SDR 100.000. In both cases these amounts shall be converted to Polish
   zlotys by the National Bank of Poland. Contractual limitation of liability by the
   Carrier is not allowed.

2. Should damages equal a maximum amount being a Polish zlotys equivalent of 100.000
   SDR, the Carrier is not entitled to exclude or limit his liability by proving that both the
   Carrier and his representatives have taken all necessary steps in order to avoid damage
   or that it was impossible to take such steps.

3. Irrespective of regulations, should the Carrier prove that an injured or deceased
   Passenger has caused or has contributed to damage. The Carrier might be entirely or
   partly released from his liability pursuant to the applicable legal regulations.

4. The Carrier shall make advance payment as may be required to meet immediate
   economic needs on a basis proportionate to the hardship suffered, to a person or
   persons entitled to compensation not later than within 15 days after the identity of the
   person entitled to compensation has been established.

5. In case of death, an advance payment shall not be less than equivalent in Polish zlotys
   of SDR 16,000 per each passenger.




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6. Such advance payments shall not constitute the recognition of liability and may be
   offset against any amounts subsequently paid as damages by the Carrier. Advance
   payments are not returnable unless it is proven at a later date that the person that has
   received the advance payment caused or contributed to the damage or was not entitled
   to compensation.

XXI. Liability for loss, damage or delay of passenger Baggage

1. The liability for any loss, delay and/or damage of the baggage shall be limited.

2. The liability of the Carrier in the case of damage of the checked baggage shall be
   limited to SDR 1000 per passenger’s Checked Baggage.

3.    If the weight of the Checked Baggage has not been defined, it is presumed that the
     total weight of the Checked Baggage does not exceed the applicable free baggage
     allowance.

4. The passenger is obliged to prove that the damage took place and the amount of
   damage suffered. Should the Passenger fail to reliably prove the extent of damage
   suffered, the Carrier is entitled to grant compensation in a form and amount
   established during the reclamation process.

5. The Carrier shall not be liable for moral damages and damages that are impossible to
   define or compensate.

6. The Carrier shall not be liable for damages of the Baggage resulting from regular
   usage, such as tears, scratches, uncleanness or damages of protruding or extendable
   Baggage parts (wheels, handles, belts, holders etc.). The Carrier shall not be liable for
   damages resulting from Baggage overloading.

7. The Carrier shall not be liable for damages resulting from inherent feature, quality or
   vice of the Baggage.

8. The Carrier shall not be liable if the Baggage has been collected by another Passenger
   at the destination airport. The person who accidently collects another Passenger’s
   Baggage shall cover all related expenses or damages

9. Should the Carrier prove that he shall not be at fault for loss or damage of the
   Baggage, the Carrier is entitled to release himself from liability towards the Passenger.

10. Should it turn out upon arrival to the destination airport that the Baggage has not
    arrive in the same flight, The Carrier or his handling agent shall draw up a suitable
    report and shall immediately start Baggage search procedures.

11. Should the Passenger leave transit area without reporting any damage to the Baggage
    and fulfilling the Property Irregularity Report (PIR), it shall be assumed that the
    baggage has been delivered and that it has been delivered in the original condition.

12. The Carrier recommends that in case when the Baggage is collected later than
    immediately upon arrival, the Passenger check while collecting the Baggage if it is


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   defect and damage free. Should there be any defects or damages, the Passenger shall
   complain the Baggage.

13. Unless loss of Baggage results from circumstances for which the Carrier shall be
    liable, the Carrier or his handling agent shall notify the Passenger about a possibility
    of collecting the Baggage at the airport. The Baggage shall be collected by the
    Passenger within 5 working days following the notification date. After that day, the
    Passenger shall be obliged to cover storage costs. On Passenger’s request and as far as
    possible, the Carrier shall deliver the Baggage to a different airport than the
    destination one.

14. Should the Baggage not be found within 30 days after making the complaint, it shall
    be deemed lost. The Carrier’s liability for the lost baggage shall be settled by the
    provisions of the aforementioned acts of law, these regulations concerning the General
    Conditions of Carriage of Passengers and Baggage and the respective provisions of
    Polish law.

XXII. Liability for changes in flight schedule, flights delays and for consequences of
      the non-performance of the Contract at the Carrier’s fault

1. The Carrier shall exercise due diligence so that the Passenger together with his/her
   Baggage start travelling at proper time pursuant to the flight schedule applicable on a
   given day.

2. In some particular cases, especially in case of bad weather conditions the Carrier is
   entitled to cancel the flight or operate the flight at other date due to operational reasons
   and other circumstances independent from the Carrier. The Carrier shall notify the
   Chartering Institution / the Passenger as soon as possible about the changes in a flight.

3. The Carrier shall not be liable for damages resulting from delayed arrival to the
   destination airport and resulting in missing following connections by air or other (by
   train, by bus etc.) organized by the Passenger on his/her own name and at his/her
   expenses.

4. The Carrier shall not be liable for damages resulting from delayed arrival or
   cancellation of a flight resulting in benefits lost by the Passenger.

XXIII. Contracts concluded by the carrier with third parties to provide additional
       services

1. The Carrier concludes contracts with third parties in order to provide Passengers
   additional services (other than air carriage) such as hotel booking, car rent, concluding
   insurance agreements. Upon concluding such contracts, the Carrier shall not act as a
   representative of a third party. Any claim on a manner the third party carries out the
   contract concluded with the Passenger should be made directly to this company.

2. Additional services offered by the Carrier may be subject to certain restrictions or
   separate regulations. The Carrier shall provide the Passenger the access to the General
   Conditions of Concluding Agreements applied by the third party.



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XXIV. Complaints

1. Any damage, robbery or absence of Baggage shall be reported immediately at the
   airport where the Passenger noticed absence or damage to the Baggage, in a Baggage
   collecting area, in lost and found office in transit area. The Passenger reporting shall
   receive the Property Irregularity Report (PIR) to fulfill.
2. The Passenger shall not be entitled to request compensation for damage to the
   Baggage (except damage caused by its delayed delivering), unless a person authorized
   to collect the Baggage makes a complaint to the Carrier within 7 days from collecting
   it. The Passenger shall not be entitled to request compensation for delayed arrival of
   the Baggage unless a person authorized to collect the Baggage makes a complaint to
   the Carrier within 21 days from collecting it.

3. A complaint shall be made in written and sent to the Carrier before the fixed dates
   defined in the point 2 hereinabove.

4. In case of damage, loss, delayed delivering or robbery of Baggage during a flight the
   following documents shall be attached to a complaint:

        The Priority Irregularity Report (PIR)
        Baggage Check
        Baggage value form (damage description, baggage value, date of purchase,
         brand)

5. All complaints on damages in international transportation shall become outdated 2
   years after the date of arriving at the destination or the date when an arrival was to
   take place. The binding law of a competent court shall calculate the above-mentioned
   dates.



XXV. Additional services



1. The Carrier provides some additional services. The Passenger may use the additional
   services after notifying the Carrier and receiving confirmation that such services may
   be performed by the Carrier.

2. All information on fees for additional services and related procedures and available
   from the Carrier. The contact with the Carrier is required in order to receive the
   information. The Carrier is entitled to refuse providing additional services not
   complying with conditions defined by the Carrier.

3. Providing additional services shall not be the Carrier’s duty. The Carrier shall be
   entitled to refuse performing an additional service win regard to lack of free luggage
   space or to operational reasons.

4. Conditions of performing additional services shall be further regulated by provisions
   and procedures of a given country.


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ANNEX 1

List of materials, items and substances prohibited in Unchecked Baggage (hand luggage).

1. All firearms (guns, revolvers, carbines etc.), as well as their replicas and imitations.
2. Component parts of firearms (excluding sights and scopes).
3. Air pistols, air rifles, pellet guns.
4. Flare pistols.
5. Starter’s pistols.
6. Toy guns of any kind.
7. BB guns.
8. Industrial bolt and nail guns.
9. Crossbows.
10. Catapults.
11. Harpoons or spear guns.
12. Abattoir boltguns.
13. Stunning or shocking devices, such as cattle prods or laser pistols.
14. Electric paralyzing devices
15. Lighters shaped like firearms.
16. Pointed, cutting weapons and other sharp objects.
17. Hatchets, axes, alpenstocks.
18. Ski poles and walking sticks.
19. Arrows and darts.
20. Crampons.
21. Ice axes and ice spikes.
22. Ice skates.
23. Automatic knives or switchblades of any length.
24. Knives of any kind and type strong enough to be used as a weapon.
25. Choppers.
26. Machetes.
27. Open razors and blades (except safety or disposable razors with enclosed blades).
28. Sabres, swords and sword canes.
29. Scalpels.
30. Scissors, nail files.
31. Throwing stars.
32. Tools that can be used as a stabbing or cutting weapon (drills, drill bits, box cutters,
    utility knives, saws, screwdrivers, crowbars, hammers, pliers, wrenches, spanners,
    blow torches, etc.).
33. Baseball and softball bats.
34. Rigid or flexible whips and batons.
35. Cricket bats.
36. Gold clubs.
37. Hockey sticks.
38. Paddles.
39. Martial arts equipment (brass knuckles, clubs, truncheons, flails, nunchucks, kubatons,
    kubasaunts, etc.).
40. Ammunition.
41. Firecrackers.


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42. Detonators, fuses.
43. Explosives of any kind or semiproducts used to producting them.
44. Explosive devices.
45. Replica and imitations of explosives and explosive devices.
46. Mines and other military-use explosive charges.
47. Grenades of any kind.
48. Gas and gas canisters (butane, propane, acetylene, oxygen, etc.) in large volumes.
49. Fireworks, flares of any kind or pyrotechnic articles (including firecrackers and toy
    caps).
50. Non-safety matches.
51. Smoke-generating canisters.
52. Flammable liquid fuel of all kind and destination.
53. Aerosol spray paint and varnish.
54. Turpentine and paint thinner.
55. Alcoholic beverages exceeding 70% by volume (140 proof).
56. All alcoholic beverages in a container other than original.
57. Acids and alkalis (for example, wet batteries that could cause spills).
58. Corrosive or bleaching substances.
59. Disabling or incapacitating sprays.
60. Radioactive materials.
61. Poisons.
62. Infectious or biologically hazardous material (for example, infected blood, bacteria
    and viruses).
63. Material capable of spontaneous ignition or combustion.
64. Fire extinguishers.
65. Other items and materials listed in separate regulations, in particular in Technical
    Instructions on Safe Transportation of Dangerous Goods by Air published by
    International Civil Aviation Organization - ICAO, Regulations on Dangerous Goods
    published by International Air Transport Association – IATA and Commission
    Ordinance (EC) Number 68/2004.
66. Passengers are allowed to carry medicines and cosmetics in hand luggage only in a
    volume defined by IATA (max. 0,5 kg/a piece or 0,5 liter/bottle – generally max. 2 kg
    or 2 l).




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