Implementing The Warsaw Convention 1929 in Indonesia

Ghema Ramadan(1*)

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This article will discuss how the Warsaw Convention 1929 regulates the responsibility of international airlines to passengers and luggage under civil law. It will also discuss how Indonesia has been bound under this convention, and will further discuss how Indonesian courts have implemented this convention to adjudicate “international carriage” cases relevant to the convention. The unfortunate conclusion is that many Indonesian judges are still unfamiliar with private international law in general, and the Warsaw Convention 1929 specifically.


Warsaw Convention 1929, International Airline, Luggage Claims, Indonesia

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