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Voyager Travel LLC and Brian Mickelsen Consent Order 2014-8-9

About this Order

This consent order concerns advertisements by Voyager Travel LLC, formerly d/b/a LDS Travel and Meridian Trips LLC, (collectively Voyager Travel) and Brian Mickelsen, the owner and former member of the LLC, in his personal capacity, that violated the Department's advertising requirements specified in 14 CFR Part 399, and constituted unfair and deceptive trade practices in violation of 49 U.S.C. § 41712. An investigation by the Department's Office of Aviation Enforcement and Proceedings ("Enforcement Office") revealed that prior to January 26, 2012, Voyager Travel advertised air tour packages in a manner that did not meet Department requirements under Part 399 because the advertisements failed to include all fuel surcharges in the prices advertised, failed to state that the prices were subject to post purchase price increases, and failed to provide appropriate notice of the existence, nature, and amount of other charges and additional taxes and government-imposed fees that were then permitted to be stated separately from the base fare. Voyager Travel's advertisements published on and after January 26, 2012, continued to state that the prices were subject to increases even after final payment. Those advertisements violated 14 CFR 399.84(a), 399.88, and 399.89.

Last updated: Thursday, August 14, 2014