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I'm booking a flight from Buenos Aires to Salta with Andes Lineas Aereas, they have different classes online, it shows B H K M W. I found information on the website that it has something to do with luggage, change and refund of the ticket.

I wonder if it is like Latam. Are only Argentina residence eligible to get the lowest class or not? Have anyone any experience with them before?

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    Fare classes come with different rules for different markets and different flights. You need to read the rules associated with the specific fare you are looking at to know exact restrictions. – user13044 Mar 11 '17 at 14:07
  • Thanks, I checked their website, they didn't mention the residence, so I suppose all the classes are applied for all nationalities. – Joythewanderer Mar 11 '17 at 14:19
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    You have to read each fare's rules, you can not assume. If you look at the specific fare rules and there is no residency requirement then yes you can buy it. But there will not be a generic statement on their website saying X class fares are for residents only. They don't want you to know that their citizens get better deals than you do. – user13044 Mar 11 '17 at 14:28
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Andes Lineas Aereas

Rates Conditions

PROMOTIONAL RATES - V - G - L - O CLASSES

Name Changes: NOT allowed
Refund: NOT allowed
Change of Date: NOT allowed
Combination: You are only allowed to return in the same class.
Leave open passage: Not allowed
No-Show: Full ticket loss

REDUCED RATES - CLASSES H - K - M - R - S - W - A - R

Name Changes: NOT allowed
Refund: NOT allowed
Change of Date: Allows changes of dates paying penalty and the differences to the updated rate.
Combination: Allows combination
Leave open passage: Allows to leave open for 363 days from the date of issue
No-Show: You must pay 25% of the rate

NORMAL RATES - CLASSES B - D

Name Changes: NOT allowed
Return: I allow
Change of Date: Allows changes of dates by paying the difference at the updated rate.
Combination: Allows combination
Leave open passage: Allows to leave open for 363 days from the date of issue
No-Show: You must pay 25% of the rate

Reminder:

The conditions of the tariffs always predominate the rate with lower cost.
Change is always the same class or Superior.

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