9.1 It is your responsibility to:
(a) check the entry requirements for any country you are visiting;
(b) make sure you have and present to us a valid passport, all required travel documents, visas, health certificates and fitness to fly evidence and other documents you need for your journey. You must allow us to make and keep copies of these documents;
(c) comply with all laws, regulations, orders, demands and travel requirements of countries to be flown from, into or through which you transit;
(d) have a passport that is in good condition (meaning it does not have missing or badly torn pages, holes, stains, material alterations, mutilations, evidence that the laminate is lifted enough to allow possible substitution of the photo or any other damage that affects the integrity of the passport and/or the identification of the holder, such as the name, date of birth, citizenship and document number)
and we will not be liable to you if you fail to do so.
9.2 If you do not comply with any laws, regulations, orders, demands or other travel requirements (including entry, exit and transit and health requirements) and are refused entry to a country, you must reimburse us for:
(a) any fine, penalty or charge imposed on us by the government concerned;
(b) any detention costs we are charged;
(c) the price for transporting you back to your departure airport; and
(d) any other costs we incur.
We may deduct any amount you owe to us arising from the above against any amount we owe to you.
9.3 Customs and security inspections
(a) You must allow us, government officials, airport officials, or other carriers to carry out security checks on you and your Baggage.
(b) You may be required to be present for inspection of your Baggage by customs or other government officials. We are not liable to you for any loss or damage suffered by you during such inspection.