Old Jul 18, 19, 7:01 am
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fassy
 
Join Date: Sep 2012
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Originally Posted by cas_de View Post
Normally, when you upfare a ticket there's a restriction that the original (fare) portion remains nonrefundable. So it can be done.
That's how SK has been doing it for quite a while. You can upfare into a more flex ticket (unless it is a super cheap absolutely no-changes allowed ticket), but it will never relax the terms for cancellation and refunding of the original ticket. You just pay for flexibility in schedule, i.e. re bookings.
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