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Any website where I could find the fare condition details based on the airline ticket I have?

Any website where I could find the fare condition details based on the airline ticket I have?

  1. Anonymous

    Hi Lucky, this is probably a trivial question but is there any website where I could find the fare conditions details (i.e. cancellation, rebooking, minimum/maximum stay, etc.) based on the airline and ticket I have? I have a Lufthansa/Austrian ticket booked in “K” booking class, however I want to read through the actual fare conditions. Is this possible? I have seen some airlines link to these full conditions, but couldn’t seem to find it anywhere on Lufthansa’s site. Do you think you could help? Thank you.

  2. Anonymous

    @ Andreas — You’d have to look at the fare rules of the ticket, which should be accessible by logging into your record locator and reading through all the details. Otherwise you can call up the airline and they can read you the fare rules.

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