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United Air Coronavirus cancellations

United Air Coronavirus cancellations

  1. Anonymous

    I have a flight to Ireland booked for March 22 returning March 29. As of this moment my flight has not been officially cancelled. You can log onto UA right now and book a flight to Europe for the month of March. My travel agent cannot apply for a refund because the flight has not been cancelled. UA is playing games because they know the clock is ticking and I will have to accept their offer of a ticket to use in the future.
    What happens if I continue the game and show up at the airport and UA must admit the flight is canceled will I get a refund? I am honestly asking someone who may know the answer. I don’t need a credit for a later date. I want a refund.
    I did call my bank and they said since UA is offering a credit they are still fulfilling their commitment and I can’t file a dispute. If they go bankrupt the bank will issue a refund but I know I will be in a long line of creditors who get nothing from bankruptcy court.

  2. Frank Carter

    [QUOTE=”MistyAnn1, post: 68981″]I have a flight to Ireland booked for March 22 returning March 29. As of this moment my flight has not been officially cancelled. You can log onto UA right now and book a flight to Europe for the month of March. My travel agent cannot apply for a refund because the flight has not been cancelled. UA is playing games because they know the clock is ticking and I will have to accept their offer of a ticket to use in the future.
    What happens if I continue the game and show up at the airport and UA must admit the flight is canceled will I get a refund? I am honestly asking someone who may know the answer. I don’t need a credit for a later date. I want a refund.
    I did call my bank and they said since UA is offering a credit they are still fulfilling their commitment and I can’t file a dispute. If they go bankrupt the bank will issue a refund but I know I will be in a long line of creditors who get nothing from bankruptcy court.[/QUOTE]

  3. Frank Carter

    Hello, I could swear I read on the United site that flights booked through third parties are not eligible. But, caveat here, I have read so much I might be mistaken. Just check please.

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