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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+ ...


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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 ...


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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 ...


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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). ...


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