Hi Travel Professionals!
(this question is addressed to travel profedsionals)
I am looking to better understand the process of filing MCO (Miscellaneous Charge Orders) vs. filing an EMD (electronic miscellaneous documents carriers).
I have booked a non refundable international flight. I then found out that the price dropped by $400. The ticket is non ref but the change fee is $100.
As far as I understand, I can get a credit refund on US based flights (in ARC) that will give me the ability to reprice a ticket using only the change fee and not the cancellation fee.
As for my example: I booked a ~$2000 ticket from SFO to LHR on AA, the price of the ticket dropped to ~$1600- I can reissue the ticket on and re-price it using only the change fee even for non-refundable tickets?
Does this make sense? what are the limitation and what is the process of such a thing?
And how do I use it in the BSP (Billing & Settlement Plan) platform?