Free cancellation flight ticket
Replies: 20 - Last Post: Jul 24, 2012 4:45 AM Last Post By: ab2reza1360
Jul 9, 2012 9:17 PM
Free cancellation flight ticketHi all,
can I find any flight ticket with free cancellation(or cheaper cancellation fee)around western Europe?
actually I must book a ticket from Berlin to Stockholm in mid Sep but I'm not sure and maybe have to cancel this.
any advice will be much appreciated in advance.
Jul 9, 2012 9:55 PM
1You will need to do your own research, but generally it's like this: AIr Berlin, Lufthansa and SAS all fly from Tegel to Arlanda. They all offer refundable tickets, but they are expensive. Air Berlin, for example, has flights for about 50 € which are non-refundable. They also offer refundable tickets, but they are about 250 €. To me, I would rather risk losing 50 € than pay 5X the price, but you have to decide. Maybe you have a feel for how likely you are to make this trip. I would not suggest waiting to make the decision, since other flights on the same route are as much as 400 € which suggests the 250 € price could rise.
If you fly from Schönefeld, your choices are Norwegian (Arlanda) and Ryanair (skavsta) for non-stops. Norwegian's rules are here:
Hope that helps a little.
Jul 9, 2012 11:20 PM
2#1 sums it up very well.
To me it all depends on the likelihood of you having to cancel. If you're pretty sure you will have to cancel (and can afford to tie up, say, €250) then its worth going for the refund option.
On the other hand if you end up taking the flight on the day expected €250 will seem a big price to pay for an option you've not exercised when you could have done it with a non-refundable flight for €50.
Personally I'd go for the budget flight and if I couldn't take the trip look to claiming it on my insurance - booking with a credit card might help if I had a convincing reason for not taking the trip.
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9"@pizwat:Thanks but I know that,please mention some airways"
Sorry, ab2reza, but I don't understand what this means. I've mentioned 3 airlines above which sell refundable fares. If you explain your question, I'll try to help.
@battybilly. It really is not helpful to spout irrelevant information where other have taken time to provide details that reflect the actual question. Flexible and refundable are not the same thing. OP clearly wants a refundable ticket. Wizzair does not sell refundable tickets. Further, Wizzair does not fly to Stockholm from Berlin and does not sell connecting itineraries. Easyjet also does not offer Berlin to Stickholm on a single ticket.
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