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Any difference in the cancellation or change fees when flying to SJU?

Any difference in the cancellation or change fees when flying to SJU?

Old Mar 26, 19, 7:05 am
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Any difference in the cancellation or change fees when flying to SJU?

Are the normal cancellation or change fees when you fly from the US to SJU the same as they are for flying point to point in the US? Also if I want to cancel a flight within 24 hours of booking on a ticket that is 7 days or more further out do I still receive a full refund to my credit card if SJU is the destination?
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Old Mar 26, 19, 7:25 am
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I don't think there's any difference vs continental US destinations.
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Old Mar 26, 19, 7:31 am
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No difference regardless of origin/destination.
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Old Mar 26, 19, 8:06 am
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O&D is irrelevant as to both.
1. Refund wi. 24 hours at 7+ days is required by US law.
2. Fees are the same for others.
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Old Mar 27, 19, 4:14 am
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SJU is in the USA. Why would there be a difference? Because it's an island?
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Old Mar 27, 19, 8:26 am
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Originally Posted by Out of my Element View Post
SJU is in the USA. Why would there be a difference? Because it's an island?
Puerto Rico is not a state and some airlines charge different fees for flights to the Caribbean. It is normally referred to as a "Commonwealth" but is in fact subject to the "Territory Clause" of the U.S.Constitution.
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Old Mar 27, 19, 1:06 pm
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SJU is considered a domestic flight, just like STX/STT.
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