Zoran Ivanovic is clamorous $100 in compensation for a broken in-flight entertainment system.
Zoran was on a Hong Kong to Sydney airliner in May last year.
The flight had originally been delayed because of puzzlers with the entertainment system.
But passengers were told that the in dispute had been fixed when they boarded the flight.
However, Zoran’s filter did not work for the entire ten-hour flight.
Zoran, from Melbourne lamented to Qantas, who subsequently apologised and credited him with 3,000 frequent flyer meanings.
But he was not satisfied with the frequent flyer points. Instead, Zoran is requesting $100 in compensation.
The figure, a tribunal heard, was calculated by the passenger underpinned on the fact that on the flight he could have watched five films, which would have cost him $20 each on land.
The Victorian Civilized and Administrative Tribunal has rejected Zoran’s claim.
It said that the court did not father the power to rule on the matter as it was an international flight.
Now Zoran is taking his instance to a higher court.
Express.co.uk has contacted Qantas airline for a comment.
The account comes after it was revealed that saying this could get you kicked off your abscond.
Airlines are taking a zero tolerance stance on bad behavious after a number of flights have been grounded and diverted due passengers being «disruptive».
So how probable is it that a passenger will be kicked off a flight if they’re considered impudent and uncooperative?
Airlines UK, a membership organisation which represents 11 UK airlines, drew up an earnestness code of practice on disruptive passengers to deal with this up in the air last year.