The exact details can depend on the tickets you've purchased, but as a general rule British Airways has 4 types of ticket based on age :
Infant (below 2 years) WITHOUT a seat. 10% of the standard adult fare.
Infant (below 2 years) WITH a seat. 75% of the standard adult fare.
Child (2-11 years old) WITH a seat. 75% of the standard adult fare.
Adult (12+ ...
I contacted them and I got this response:
When booking, select "place booking on hold" (screenshot:)
Then, call them and give the paper voucher code and the booking number that you will see in the next page. They will adjust the price for you to pay.
After that, mail the voucher to their address, (like e-mail was never invented... VERY ironic compensation ...
According to Delta, for eCerts:
Delta eCerts Credit Voucher must be redeemed and ticket issued by the date above. Extensions are not permitted.
So, the date shown is the last date in which you can issue the ticket, not the date to end the travel.
So I ended up going to the source, tweeting United Airlines directly.
They've just replied, saying that YES, they are transferable, and provided a link with more information:
The link is basically instructions on use of one of these certificates, and from those instructions it's merely a code, so not bound to any particular passenger.
As far as I am aware you can't (and it wouldn't make sense to the airline to allow that) the voucher you are being given is simply the monetary value of the ticket. (Certainly the case on BA)
If one of those seats cost you £100 for as person as an example and in future if the flight you wish to use the voucher on is triple the cost you paid so £300 for that ...
American Airline vouchers are tricky to use. The value is not cash-equivalent, it is the maximum price of a single flight you can buy with it. You cannot buy two $500 flights with it. When they gave vouchers for us as a family, we each got one, not one with an amount for everyone to fly.
The first thing to be mindful of is the expiry date. It is usually 12 ...
Just to confirm, another example... If the voucher came from a reduced fare because of a change in the reservation, the original expiration date of the ticket(one year from purchase date) is not extended to the voucher; the voucher gets a new expiration date one year from the date it was issued and can apply, as the previous answer said, to 330 days past the ...
You have to book it within that year. Basically, it is equivalent to a cash discount and so you can use it up to the date on the voucher but travel can happen as far ahead as you can book.
This has happened to me with American and other airlines several times. The date specified is always the date in which you book.
From American Airlines (click on 'Transportation Vouchers'):
Transportation vouchers will be valid for one year from the date of issue unless otherwise noted. Once expired they will not
be honoured for reissue or exchange to a new voucher
so essentially, no, they're not valid. However if you phone or see them in person and get the right ...
You must book the ticket through United. However any flight partner that can be booked through United is valid. Your specific situation applies to me. I had enough miles on United to book an international flight. I found a flight on United.com that went through Air Canada. They took my miles without a problem and I was able to fly on Air Canada with United ...
You can use it to buy a ticket from United. Under certain situations, known as a code share, United will sell you a ticket on an Air Canada plane. They generally won't sell you a ticket from one Canadian city to another unless it's part of a longer itinerary, and Air Canada won't operate a plane from one US city to another, but if you want to go between say ...
I just called yesterday May 20 2016, to clarify how to use a paper voucher issued to another family member I had an internet reservation I had made for a flight on hold at the time and was trying to understand how to use the voucher to purchase the ticket on line. I was told paper vouchers can NOT be used for payment on line and that you have to call in but ...
Yes, you can - of sorts.
When you redeem the voucher you will need to mail it to AA (or take it to an airport location). After it is processed, they will mail you a new paper voucher for the remaining value (presuming it is more than $5).
This process normally takes (at least) a few weeks, so there will be a window where you will not be able to use the ...
You will need to negotiate with the airline. You want vouchers that allow "Huey, Dewey and Louie" to travel to India at X time. This may actually be the way they are the vouchers, with them being unaware of the difference (but there's probably a note in the fine print like "in the same conditions of the original ticket", which per Doc answer wouldn't apply).
If it has a 19-digit card number and a 4-digit pin number on it, it may be an "eVoucher". You can check it at https://evouchers.aa.com.
If so, you can buy your ticket online at http://aa.com. One of the payment options is "Gift card / eVoucher".
If not, call AA and ask for guidance.
New as of 12/3 I just contacted United to try and convert paper vouchers (4 of them for $100 a piece) to apply them towards a new flight. The rep informed me that the United personnel in the airport as well as the phone cannot book the paper vouchers. Instead, you have to convert them to an electronic certificate on their homepage. Once this is completed, ...
I would assume that it means exactly what it says.
Many (most) countries require all residents to register themselves with the country's authorities. The amount of data collected for each resident of course differs from country to country, but often includes information about close relatives (e.g. children or parents) and civil status (e.g. single, married ...
I just called as well. Here is what AA said:
Transportation Vouchers can only be used on flights booked at least 12 days in advance.
The website won't give you the option to place a booking on hold if you are making a reservation less than 12 days.
They can book it over the phone without charging the 25$ reservation fee.
Good for one year.
Staff on the ...
Please don't over complicate this. Redeeming vouchers is a common occurrence.
Most often, the easiest thing to do is make a reservation (reserve only, don't pay) on the airlines website, then call directly to redeem the vouchers.
They will tell you exactly what to do with the vouchers and take payment for any remaining balance.
You don't need an agent ...
For arranging a wedding in Thailand, the following clause appears:
Both parties need to provide ‘single status statements’ issued by their local registry office in their home country, or statement of divorce if that is the case.
Since the vouchers you are talking about are the kind of thing where you sit through a high pressure sales presentation in ...
From what I have gone through vouchers will never be applied to flights already paid for. To do so would require you to cancel your reservations. You would loose those flights, seats ect and if there are not other available ones. You will not get where need to. The BIG thing is you will not get the same price either. Tickets cost more as each day goes ...
According to the AA Transportation Vouchers master thread on Flyertalk:
How long does it take to process the vouchers?
After they receive the vouchers, AA will process them within 1-3 days, so it's really dependent on how long it takes the mail to
arrive to Florida. It is recommended that if you need to ticket within
2 weeks that you go directly ...