Rebooking Z fares to US

Old May 23, 20, 4:10 am
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Rebooking Z fares to US

There are currently very good Z fares to the US in business class - all between 1100 and 1400. They book in ZS1VCMNB, and can be changed but not refunded. These fares are on sale until 31 May.
Does anyone know the chances that changing the dates later on will likely incur in a high fare difference, even if the new dates still book in a Z fare?
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Old May 23, 20, 12:08 pm
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Originally Posted by Stoontje View Post
There are currently very good Z fares to the US in business class - all between 1100 and 1400. They book in ZS1VCMNB, and can be changed but not refunded. These fares are on sale until 31 May.
Does anyone know the chances that changing the dates later on will likely incur in a high fare difference, even if the new dates still book in a Z fare?
if this is a voluntary change, yes for sure.
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Old May 24, 20, 12:43 am
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Originally Posted by Stoontje View Post
There are currently very good Z fares to the US in business class - all between €1100 and €1400. They book in ZS1VCMNB, and can be changed but not refunded. These fares are on sale until 31 May.
Does anyone know the chances that changing the dates later on will likely incur in a high fare difference, even if the new dates still book in a Z fare?

Flight booked on or after 22 April 2020

1. Rebook your flight

Change your travel dates

  • You may change your travel dates without having to pay the change fee, as described in your ticket conditions.
  • You can change your travel dates if the same booking class is available. If you change to a different booking class, you’ll need to pay the fare difference.
According to the KLM website:
If you stick to a flight with Z availibility (and respect the other rules of your ticket: travel restriction, adv purchased etc...), I would say yes but only before flight departure in case your flight is not cancelled.

But according to this, there might be one if you are in case C



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