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Extension of Time to Fly because of Covid 19
I booked a May 2020 Alaskan cruise in April 2019. I booked two non-refundable first class United tickets from Orlando to San Francisco on June 26, 2019. Due to the coronavirus I have deferred my Alaskan cruise until May 2021. So far, United is strictly enforcing the terms of the original ticket contract – that I must fly by June 26, 2020 (one year from the original purchase date of the tickets) or lose my entire investment in the tickets. Do you see any chance that United and other airlines will extend their time of usage clauses because of the coronavirus? Is there anything I can do?