Which airlines allow re-faring?

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  1. Nobby

    Nobby Intern

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  2. aus_flyer

    aus_flyer Established Member

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    Qantas? Haha - yeah right!

    No wonder United and US Air are going bust.
     
  3. Kiwi Flyer

    Kiwi Flyer Senior Member

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    Nah its purely an invention of us-based airlines. No one else has been silly enough to follow them. It comes up as a topic on FT from time to time.
     
  4. markis10

    markis10 Veteran Member

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    Qantas just change your ticket to a Jetstar operated service :twisted:
     
  5. NM

    NM
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    With Qantas, if you find a cheaper fare you are quite welcome to cancel your current ticket and book at the cheaper fare. But you need to be aware of two things - refund of the original ticket may take 6 to 8 weeks to be processed, and the original ticket may have cancellation restrictions which will be applied.
     
  6. BlacKnox

    BlacKnox Active Member

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    Note this is common practise with hotel bookings, without the time lapses & (most) cancellation restrictions.
     
  7. JohnK

    JohnK Veteran Member

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    Qantas giving money back!

    Love your comments Markis10.
     
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