The AG Bremen decides on the legality of a non-assignment clause in the terms and conditions of an airline in order to prevent the purchase of compensation payment claims by so-called passenger rights portals on the Internet. In the context of the assessment, which is prescribed § 307 BGB, the court decides in favor of the air carrier. It is argued as follows: It was true that the passenger is structurally inferior to the airline in a special way. This was because the airlines often sat abroad, regularly choose the validity of their foreign law and often corresponded in a foreign language. The passenger, however, remained at liberty to contact a lawyer after an unsuccessful deadline. The conclusion of a legal expenses insurance was available to everyone. The European order for payment procedure (Regulation (EC) No 1896/2006) and the Small Claims Procedure (Regulation (EC) No 861/2007) were particularly suitable for claims under the Passenger Orders Regulation.