Old Apr 17, 17, 6:28 am
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Originally Posted by Artpen100 View Post
Right. On airlines outside the US, a nonrefundable ticket really means that - you can only change before you fly, it must be for the same city pairs, and for the same or higher fare code. So nearly impossible, and very expensive if you can do it. In the US, non refundable essentially means you get a credit for any flight on the airline, for a year, less the change fee. So the airline does lose on a lot of no shows.
The problem is your thought process about tickets does not work in the US, because first off, the change fee is so high many tickets are worthless. Second, WN is in the US. Define for me non-refundable with WN in the picture
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