Cancelling/Keeping CBs but Keeping Flight When Firms Split?

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Cancelling/Keeping CBs but Keeping Flight When Firms Split?

Postby Anonymous User » Fri Sep 17, 2010 11:00 am

What if you want to cancel a few cbs but keep a few cbs when the firms are splitting your flight out for that week? I called the travel company moving my flight several times as the cbs came trickling in, I told the travel company that the firms would split the cost. I'm assuming there are flight change fees bc of me moving the dates around but I figured it was fine since the new firms were paying a portion.

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Re: Cancelling/Keeping CBs but Keeping Flight When Firms Split?

Postby McBean » Fri Sep 17, 2010 11:14 am

Honestly, I'm not sure what your question is. But if you're asking whether you can cancel a call back or two and still get reimbursed the answer is: It depends. If the length of stay is appropriate for the amount of call backs, then go ahead of cancel. If the length of stay would not be appropriate, i.e. 3 night stay for two call-backs, then either don't cancel a call back or change your flight. I wouldn't worry about the change flight fee, the firm would rather you do that than charge them for an extra night at the hotel.

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Re: Cancelling/Keeping CBs but Keeping Flight When Firms Split?

Postby Anonymous User » Fri Sep 17, 2010 11:22 am

Thanks but what if I'm not staying at a hotel but at a friend's? It's just the flight.




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