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All flights operating internationally from India during the lockdown phases have to comply with Intergovernmental Air Bubble Agreement. The current air bubble agreement allows travel to the UK for : Any Indian national holding any type of valid UK visa and destined for the UK only. So I think based on what I gather you will not be able to board the flight ...


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If it's two separate tickets you are a "self connecting passenger" and not a "connecting passenger". That typically means that you need to collect your bags, go through immigration and customs (which requires proper credentials), go the the check in counter for your second flight and check in over there. For specifics, you can put your ...


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Valid tickets have either a booking reference (PNR) or a ticket number or both. That is a unique identifier. If there is one on there, you can almost always check the booking on the airline's website or give them a call. If there is no PNR or ticket number, than it's not really a ticket. Could be a receipt, or an itinerary, or a fake. However, you couldn't ...


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This is tricky and Covid makes it even more so. Typically a refund is owed by whoever took your payment. Take a look on your credit card: If the payee is Opodo, you should primarily talk to them. If it's BA, they are your primary target. This really depends on the contract between BA and Opodo and type of booking, so you should check. Partial refunds are ...


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While the letter of EC261/2004 doesn't require compensation for delayed flights, the EUCJ found in 2009 ruled that passengers delayed for three hours or more may also receive compensation. However, they also ruled that since a 3–4 hour delay of the original flight was the same, as far as the passengers' time was concerned, as a 3–4 hour delay due to re-...


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I was in a similar boat in November. I had a ticket on BA from Toronto to India transiting at LHR and I was told by BA that I will not be allowed to board the return flight to Canada as per the air bubble agreement since BA will carry passengers with a valid UK visa and destined for UK only. Very strangely they said they would let me board the onward leg ...


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That's tricky since this specific case isn't covered in the EU261 regulations. BA will likely drag their feet: on the first cancellation, you got rebooked to a cheaper ticket. On the second cancellation, you are offered a refund on the ticket that got cancelled. I would try the following angles with the BA representative: If it's still the same booking ...


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