Any additional charges such as taxes or miscellaneous fee that are imposed by the Government have either been included in your fare or have been itemized separately on checkout page to give you the ultimate cost of the trip. Tax rates as are in effect at the time of ticket purchase are being applied to the price for it. Any kind of fluctuation in tax rate that comes up at the time of booking and not being mentioned at the time of booking will have to be taken care of by traveler himself. A non-refundable fee that is charged per ticket has been mentioned as a portion of the actual ticket price. All the other associated charges that shall be applicable have been mentioned below:
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- No blanket policy is in place for canceled airline tickets
- You may cancel your flight within 24 hours of booking.
- Rules are different for those booking with airline miles.
- “Involuntary refunds” may be issued in certain circumstances.
- 5. Death or illness may not always waive cancellation rules.
24-Hour Cancellation Policy
The U.S. Department of Transportation regulations state that if you are booking a nonrefundable flight seven days ahead of your departure time in the United States, you have the right to cancel your reservation within 24 hours of when it was booked without owing any cancellation fees. This applies to any airline that is selling airfares in the United States, even if they are based outside of the country.