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DL/KL/VS/AM AMS-SJD 1297 rt Biz class

Old May 3, 20, 3:50 pm
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DL/KL/VS/AM AMS-SJD 1297 rt Biz class

Lots of availabiliy for later in the year dependent of course on C-19 travel restrictions and assuming of course airlines are still flying there.
https://www.google.co.uk/flights/?hl...;so:1;sd:1;t:f

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Old May 3, 20, 3:58 pm
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Originally Posted by Jaimito Cartero View Post
Details in the post would be nice. Looks like DL/KL/VS/AM 1297 rt Biz class.
Seems like Star, Sky and Oneworld are all around that price!
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Old May 3, 20, 4:22 pm
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Just had a quick look in autumn - I was able to find it only on Skyteam. Here is an extract from the fare rules:

DL promotional restricted fare booking in Z class (ZS0VCMNB)
Transatlantic sector has to be on one of the following: DL, AF, KL, VS, AM (though fares involving the latter appear a bit more expensive)
Advance reservation of 120 days required
Minimum stay Saturday night, maximum stay 3 months
Stopovers not allowed, 2 free transfers allowed in each direction (in Europe, USA or Mexico), open jaws allowed
Fare valid until 31MAY20
Changes before and after departure permitted however fare difference may be due.
Changes not permitted in case of no show.
Fare is non-refundable in case of cancellation or no show.
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Old May 3, 20, 5:55 pm
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AMS-MEX is cheaper. GBP1226. SkyTeam, Star Alliance and oneworld
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Old May 3, 20, 6:05 pm
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Originally Posted by MichaelA380 View Post
Just had a quick look in autumn - I was able to find it only on Skyteam. Here is an extract from the fare rules:

DL promotional restricted fare booking in Z class (ZS0VCMNB)
Transatlantic sector has to be on one of the following: DL, AF, KL, VS, AM (though fares involving the latter appear a bit more expensive)
Advance reservation of 120 days required
Minimum stay Saturday night, maximum stay 3 months
Stopovers not allowed, 2 free transfers allowed in each direction (in Europe, USA or Mexico), open jaws allowed
Fare valid until 31MAY20
Changes before and after departure permitted however fare difference may be due.
Changes not permitted in case of no show.
Fare is non-refundable in case of cancellation or no show.
Fare is nonrefundable in case of cancellation.......given the current situation, does this mean cancellation of the flight by the operating carrier? I would think/hope not, but the terns seem ambiguous.

Is there anything in the T&C about what happens if the passenger cannot enter the destination country or transit at any point on the itinerary due to government restrictions for the passenger's passport/residence or if there are mandatory quarantine requirements?
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Old May 3, 20, 6:12 pm
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By the way, TAP Portugal has GBP1179 fares from AMS-CUN
Similar fares for other *A partners, ST, and OW carriers.
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Old May 3, 20, 7:20 pm
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Originally Posted by MSPeconomist View Post
Fare is nonrefundable in case of cancellation.......given the current situation, does this mean cancellation of the flight by the operating carrier?

Is there anything in the T&C about what happens if the passenger cannot enter the destination country or transit at any point on the itinerary due to government restrictions for the passenger's passport/residence or if there are mandatory quarantine requirements?
No. If they have not changed there rules wildly then it should mean for a cancellation on your side. If they have changed rules to involve there own cancellation then there is one hell of a lawsuit coming. Who know they might change there definition like United.
Deltas contract of carriage state that you are responsible for for visas and complying with local laws.
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Old May 4, 20, 2:55 am
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Originally Posted by MSPeconomist View Post
Fare is nonrefundable in case of cancellation.......given the current situation, does this mean cancellation of the flight by the operating carrier? I would think/hope not, but the terns seem ambiguous.

Is there anything in the T&C about what happens if the passenger cannot enter the destination country or transit at any point on the itinerary due to government restrictions for the passenger's passport/residence or if there are mandatory quarantine requirements?
1) Nope, meant here is cancellation by the passenger (and thus the combination with no show). Cancellation by the airline is IRROPS, different concept.

2) This is - and has always been - the passenger's responsibility, no obligation for the airline in this respect. The language NextWhiteDeath provided is materially common across all airlines.
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