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Old Dec 12, 17, 7:44 am
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7Continents
 
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Originally Posted by Often1 View Post
It's not just F9. Neither WN nor B6 (as to domestic carriers) interlines with others. Thus, in the event of a cancellation, you are entitled to a refund or to rebooking on the next available service. F9 is the worst of the three because it has the fewest frequencies on many routes.

Hedging cheap fares with iron-clad travel insurance which covers this situation ---- read the policy carefully ---- and will reimburse the cost of new tickets at walk-up prices, is essential. For many people, the cost of a hotel room, food, and then new tickets can be a significant financial blow, but there is nothing to be done other to do your part to make sure that people you know understand the risks and what to do.

The cheapest ticket is not always the cheapest journey.
I LOVE this quote. Definitely words to tattoo to any travelers arm.
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