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In order to prevent this, the airlines will now cancel the rest of your ticket if you do not show up for the ATL-FLL stage. Cancellation of a return route - Air Travel Forum A few month ago I was booking a return trip to London-Berlin with two of my buddies, but recently I found out that I had to go straight to Berlin to Amsterdam. There is no need for a return trip as I take a coach to Amsterdam and then a return trip to London.

I don't expect any refund if I reverse the return, but I don't want a refund charge either. It' not an air carrier I use often (British Airways) and I have never been a no-show before, so I don't think there will be any big red flag if I just don't show up (I have been looking at similar thread, and the general tenor is that while it's great to get the plane cancelled correctly and allow someone else to fly, it will still take you, so it's better not to show up).

Trouble is, my two boyfriends still need the return plane so they'll still show up. You don't have to call each other and abort. Nevertheless recommended for your buddies to register on-line when it opens at T-24. And you could even go check-in, choose a center chair with your buddies in the hallway and windows.

It is always useful for me to call the carrier and tell them that you CAN CANCELL the trip and ask them what it would be like. I often notice that even after the cancelation fees I receive a refund for a subsequent trip. There is no need to reverse if they are charging you additional fees for the cancelling.

But BA won't take any notice, they'll just think you just skipped your plane.

Now, travellers may be eligible for reimbursement from carriers who cancelled the return flights after the first route was not used.

Now, travellers may be eligible for reimbursement from carriers who canceled the return flights after the first route remained inactive. But he was informed that the entire journey had been canceled and that he was obliged to buy another home fare from another carrier. This is because carriers choose to terminate return flights when the early stages remain unexploited because travellers do not buy return flights that are less expensive than one-way fares.

Iberia' s website for a rapid overview of round trip and individual return from London to Madrid and back in July showed that purchasing a return between 12 and 48 was less expensive than the total of two individual rates on select days. Telegraph Travel informed Iberia that it had repaid the cost of the fare to Mr Dove.

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