Ticket refundability

Every ticket has its own refundability rules called: Fare rules. Sometimes anybody can understand the rules, but most of the time they exist out of long and ambiguous texts. Even for a single airline the ticket cancellation rules vary per ticket. You cannot assume the cancellation rules from an airline are always the same, because they depend on many various factors, that it is just impossible for airlines to have the same rules with all of their tickets. This is why the specific rules always have to be attached to every single ticket.

Not only are the fare rules unique for every ticket, the cancellation rules can also be different for every single ticket, depending on time of cancellation. Basically there are three different scenarios (click to read more):

Unused ticket cancellation
No-show cancellation rules
Partially used ticket cancellation

Important to remember
C Teleport suggests ticket refundability before flight departure!
Whenever C Teleport marks a ticket as “fully refundable”, it means that the ticket has to be cancelled before flight departure to get the full refund. Otherwise, the no-show rules apply.
A ticket can be refundable before departure and paid in case of a no-show. The refundability and no-show rules can be very different!
C Teleport highlights the no-show rules in the text of the airline rules.
Please always check fare rules before purchasing a ticket.
Once a ticket is issued, fare rules apply.

* If ever the fare rules are not clear to you, please approach us in chat and ask for help.
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