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Expertflyer's Flight Alert function allows you to receive an alert if a given fare class becomes available on a specified flight. Expertflyer is a subscription service but does have a short free trial period. The Flight Alert form allows you to create a Flight Alerts for a particular flight. A Flight Alert will periodically check the class code ...


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From the National Rail Conditions of Carriage: E. YOUR REFUND RIGHTS 26. Refunds on tickets that have not been used If you decide not to use a ticket (other than a Season Ticket - see Condition 36) to make all or part of your intended journey, then: (a) if the train you intended to use is cancelled, delayed or your reservation will not ...


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The consequences (for you) depend what kind of card it is (is it a pre-paid card, a debit/check card or a credit card); however as a simple matter if the card has no balance - and no "overcharge" feature, the request will be rejected with a notice stating the same. Keep in mind that they may have pre-authorized the charge (also called a "hold") if so, the ...


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Buy two full-fare tickets. They are typically fully refundable. Obviously, check before you purchase. You typically buy directly from the airline. Then, whether she says yes or no, get them refunded and buy something sane. You'll have to pay a small charge, but nothing compared to the fare difference. Or -- and this is cheaper if you are going to just ...


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There is nothing you can really do about it. The charge is contractual. You accepted it while booking the room. You might look into the terms and conditions as there might be some exceptions like death of a relative that would allow lifting this charge but I doubt that an event move will be enough. As someone mentioned in a comment, you can also try to ...


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To summarise: you bought CPH-MEL-CPH on Air China for AUD$1550. After flying the outbound, Air China made unsuitable schedule changes and you cancelled the return flight. Air China calculated the refund as AUD$345. You looked up the cost of a one-way flight from MEL-ARN (they no longer fly to CPH) and found it to be AUD$1135 so believe their refund offer ...



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