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Spehro is quite correct. It will be a combination of cost and allocation. The tours companies will try and of course do the best deals they can with the airline, part of this, in many cases, is a firm commitment to a number of seats on a given flight. If the tour company cannot meet this commitment the airline will shuffle things to get the best yield on ...


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Having traveled to Vietnam from Shanghai, I would recommend you Air Asia from Shanghai to Ho Chi Minh City. Considering you are looking for the lowest cancellation fees I would assume price is a huge factor. Their cancellation fees could be as low as 270 CNY. Also their ticket price will be almost the same as Cathay Pacific. This highly depends on where you ...


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I used to work at one of the 3 big Chinese airlines and they had fully refundable fares when you buy the full fare ticket. Try to do it online but don't just look at the cheapest ticket, look at the highest price economy ticket and chances are that ticket will be fully refundable. Keep in mind those tickets will run around $2000 round trip from US to China ...


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Talk to a flesh-and-blood travel agent, or the airline directly, and get a fully refundable fare. Most airlines offer these, but they're not necessary available online. From Shanghai, try eg. Korean Airlines.


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It is legal for them to do so. (well, there is not prescription in the consumer protection law forcing them to have a "free" cancellation before X number of days). Hotels seems to all have different policies regarding cancellation. I did not find a proper legal reference other than a "La Facture" In french: ...


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Your right to be re-routed under "comparable transport conditions" stems from EC Regulation 261/2004 Article 8 (1), b or c. Article 8 Right to reimbursement or re-routing Where reference is made to this Article, passengers shall be offered the choice between: (a) [...] (b) re-routing, under comparable transport conditions, to ...



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