Tag Info

New answers tagged

2

It really depends on how the "ticket" is provided to you but assuming it is an airline printed ticket rather than an e-Ticket; A lot of tickets have AGT/REF endorsements which means any refund must go back to the purchaser via the agent. However, instead of a refund, you could ask the airline to re-issue your lower class ticket and issue the difference in ...


0

Even if you can't get the money, you can almost surely opt to sit in economy seating. Just get to the boarding area early and inform them you'd rather be seated in economy, and I'm sure they'll be happy to open up another seat they can charge somebody else a fee to "upgrade" to.


2

Summary Your scheme is absolutely, definitely, 100% impossible, because: any excess amount refunded must and can only go to the purchasor, the rich relative. So that's that. Note however that regarding the first-explained aspect of your Caper, the answer is positively yes. A primary reason (rich!) people give 1st class tickets as presents is that they are ...


4

But you feel like this is either a waste of money It's a) not your money, b) already spent , c) the airlines need the cash. or you're petite and don't like the larger seats Walk into economy, find someone you like the looks of, trade seats. If you want to be cruel, find a mother with an infant. or you want to minimize your carbon footprint, ...


7

Downgrading a flight maybe possible. It would depend on whether your ticketed fare allows you to do that. However, you may have issues if it was bought by a company as they may have used their corporate accounts and refunds (and partials) would go there. Even if it didn't they would notice they received less corporate air miles (or equivalent depending on ...



Top 50 recent answers are included