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Refund on plane ticket to Japan

Refund on plane ticket to Japan

  1. Anonymous

    I purchased 2 business class tickets LA TOKYO to meet a Windstar cruise out of Tokyo. The cruise has been cancelled ( coronovirus ). Will United refund my ticket price?

  2. Mikewarren1000

    I have a trip to Asia/Australia in early April (all in J or F and with AA miles) and as of now AA will not let me reinstate my miles with out paying $150, per segment. I have lax to hnd, hnd to sin, sin to syd, syd to mel. All with AA and all requiring a $150 re deposit fee.

  3. rickyw

    I’d imagine your flight is cancelled as well, so obviously they would refund you. When is your trip?

    [URL]https://onemileatatime.com/united-airlines-scales-back-asia-flights/#three_routes_to_tokyo_narita_being_suspended[/URL]

  4. Daniel B

    Also, DO check whether there’s been any schedule change in your departure time from LA since the issuance of your ticket, and if the difference is more than 50-60 minutes (I do not remember the exact cut off) from the time your originally issued ticket shows, then you can request a full refund of your ticket. I did it at least 3 times in the past.

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