merrysujen0388 Monday, 12 November 302 Views
Tuesday, 13 November
If someone booking a ticket for travel within, from, or to the United States, then according to the U.S. Department of Transportation (DOT) regulations you are entitled to a full refund even on non-refundable tickets within 24 hours of booking as long as your flight is at least 7 days away‚??with no cancellation fee. Airlines are too allowed to hold a reservation for 24-hours, without payment, to satisfy this rule, but most will just make you pay first and then refund after the fact if you change your mind. Some airlines and online travel agencies have even more generous policies than what is required by law.
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