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Status Update as of October 11, 2019:

The Court has changed the Fairness Hearing time to

November 15, 2019 at 8:30 a.m.

The transpacific air travel lawsuit involves thirteen Defendants. Please note that settlements were previously reached in 2015 with eight of the Defendants and in 2018 with four of the Defendants. The deadline to submit claims for the Settlements with these twelve Defendants has passed. You can submit a claim for the remaining Settlement here.

Please continue to visit this website periodically for updates. You may also visit the Commonly Asked Questions page of this website for further information.

If You Bought an Airline Ticket Between the U.S. and Asia, Australia, New Zealand, or the Pacific Islands,

You Could Receive Benefits from a Class Action Settlement

Consumers can get money if they bought a ticket for air travel from one of 13 airlines that includes at least one flight segment originating in the U.S. to Asia or Oceania.

A $58 million Settlement has been reached with All Nippon Airways in a class action lawsuit involving the price of airline tickets. In order to get money from this Settlement, you must submit a valid Claim Form here or by mail. The earliest deadline to submit a Claim Form is February 15, 2020. This is the final Settlement in this lawsuit and your final chance to file a claim and receive benefits.


File a claim form now to request payment.

To learn more about your right to receive payment, or to learn how to object or exclude yourself from the Settlement, read the Long Form Notice.


Please do not contact either the Defendants or Co-Conspirators or the Court with questions about the Settlements. Any and all callers will be directed to this website. If you have questions, please refer to the Commonly Asked Questions and the other information posted here or contact the Settlement Administrator by writing to Transpacific Air Settlement, PO Box 2209, Faribault MN 55021-1609 USA.

This site is not operated by the Defendants or Co-Conspirators. The class actions are supervised by the Court and are administered by an administration firm that handles all aspects of claims processing. The Defendants or Co-Conspirators are not authorized to respond to questions from members of the Settlement Classes regarding the Settlements.

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