I have been looking around and I see many question related to flights being cancelled due to COVID-19.
I have seen this question and answers:
There is still one thing that is not clear to me.
I will write my case:
I have 3 holidays booked (from a long time ago when we did not know about COVID-19).
The origin of the flights, and my country of residence is England.
- The first is to Brazil in August 2020 with TAP - Portugal
- The second is to Italy in September 2020 with British Airways
- The third is to India in October 2020 with British Airways
My family is me and wife, one boy 6 years old and 2 twin girls born 4-dec-2018 (less than 2 years old).
My question is about the 2 (less than 2 years old girls). I am OK to cancel any of these tickets, but the price for any airline ticket for a toddler (less than 2 years old) is WAY cheaper than the same ticket for a child (from 2 years old on).
If the airlines give me a voucher in money to buy another ticket, I will not be able to buy another family ticket with that money. If they give me instead let's take for instance the ticket to India with the British - instead of the money I paid for the ticket I want 5 ticket vouchers, each values one ticket to India to be booked in 2021 (the girls would then be 3 years old).
I would be happy then. No problem.
How can I get a refund of the ticket not the value of the ticket?
Basically I booked 5 tickets to India, I want 5 vouchers of tickets to India, does not matter if this year I am a 2 years old and next year I will be a 3 years old and my ticket would nearly double the price - so to say.