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Mar 28, 20, 2:51 am
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Posted By Bullswood

No refund/crefit for cancelled return sector?

Advice pls!
My niece (based in HKG) had return sector of an "O" r/t fare HKG/SYD/HKG canx by QF for flt on 25 Mar and had to buy new ticket on CX.
Unfortunately booked via an online travel agent in...
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Views: 1,589
Posted By Bullswood

Thanks will ask on QF forum but can't believe...

Thanks will ask on QF forum but can't believe that any airline could cancel return leg & refuse to offer alternative travel or refund/credit by unilaterally converting to a high fare category one way...
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Views: 1,589
Posted By Bullswood

Advice pls! My niece (based in HKG) had return...

Advice pls!
My niece (based in HKG) had return sector of HKG/SYD/HKG canx by QF for flt on 25 Mar and had to buy new ticket on CX.
Unfortunately booked via online travel agent in HK who is refusing...
Mar 12, 20, 3:38 am
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Views: 179,960
Posted By Bullswood

A bit harsh. There is a policy - the current one....

A bit harsh. There is a policy - the current one.
A change of policy, which I assume is what you mean, is probably not the highest item on BA's agenda today and could easily be applied retroactively...
Feb 8, 20, 3:26 pm
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Posted By Bullswood

Lisbon?

Lisbon?
Feb 4, 20, 5:41 pm
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Posted By Bullswood

Valencia?

Valencia?
Feb 2, 20, 5:36 am
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Posted By Bullswood

munich?

munich?
Feb 1, 20, 10:50 pm
Replies: 465
Views: 66,606
Posted By Bullswood

So as I understand it, OP is now claiming that he...

So as I understand it, OP is now claiming that he can interpret in his favour the looseness of the “helicopter at JFK” clause (as being to somewhere he chooses or a charter if the current scheduled...
Jan 30, 20, 4:16 pm
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Views: 66,606
Posted By Bullswood

IMHO you lost the plot because it was totally...

IMHO you lost the plot because it was totally unnecessary for your analogy to slide in, presumably for emotional leverage, an angle which is obviously totally missing from the event under discussion:...
Jan 30, 20, 2:46 pm
Replies: 465
Views: 66,606
Posted By Bullswood

I can only assume poster hadnít bothered to read...

I can only assume poster hadnít bothered to read the circumstances of this two year plot to extract money from BA before making this daft analogy.
Jan 30, 20, 4:20 am
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Views: 66,606
Posted By Bullswood

Any chance of a screenshot or link?

Any chance of a screenshot or link?
Jan 30, 20, 4:03 am
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Views: 66,606
Posted By Bullswood

Are you talking about the same N.America document...

Are you talking about the same N.America document as OP?
Jan 29, 20, 8:35 pm
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Posted By Bullswood

Do we we all need to go back to post 143 and run...

Do we we all need to go back to post 143 and run the subsequent 14 pages again?
Jan 29, 20, 6:18 pm
Replies: 465
Views: 66,606
Posted By Bullswood

I'm intrigued by the way in which some...

I'm intrigued by the way in which some contributors seem to characterise the OP as a veritable consumer champion, let alone a genuinely mistreated customer.

By his own admission, he finances his...
Jan 29, 20, 1:49 am
Replies: 465
Views: 66,606
Posted By Bullswood

Could this be the same chap? ...

Could this be the same chap?
https://montreal.ctvnews.ca/first-class-flights-and-five-star-hotels-law-student-finds-loophole-to-the-good-life-1.3679759
Jan 28, 20, 6:25 am
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Views: 66,606
Posted By Bullswood

You smoothie - I think you just found yourself a...

You smoothie - I think you just found yourself a new airfare consultant!
Jan 28, 20, 6:01 am
Replies: 465
Views: 66,606
Posted By Bullswood

[QUOTE=durberville;32003194]My argument is...

[QUOTE=durberville;32003194]My argument is actually pretty simple and is not tied to my jurisdiction. The Canadian/USA tariff has a rule that says if youíre on transatlantic travel sitting in the...
Jan 28, 20, 4:36 am
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Views: 66,606
Posted By Bullswood

I think one or two posters here are getting a bit...

I think one or two posters here are getting a bit ahead of the available evidence.
The only conclusion I've drawn thus far is that this doesn't have anything to do with someone being unexpectedly...
Jan 28, 20, 3:11 am
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Views: 66,606
Posted By Bullswood

I have no idea..but I'm sure BA do. If you're...

I have no idea..but I'm sure BA do. If you're interested, you could of course do a trawl of the OP's FT post history. I found it a bit depressing & stopped at page 5.
Jan 28, 20, 2:35 am
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Views: 66,606
Posted By Bullswood

FT is certainly a mine of information...something...

FT is certainly a mine of information...something of a specialist I fear.

Here's just one of many, from the Premium Fares forum 5 Oct 2017:
Jan 28, 20, 12:18 am
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Views: 66,606
Posted By Bullswood

Quote from post #1...

Quote from post #1 (https://www.flyertalk.com/forum/usertag.php?do=list&action=hash&hash=1) :
[4] Prior to travel as well as while at the British Airways First Class lounge at London-Heathrow...
Jan 27, 20, 4:02 pm
Replies: 465
Views: 66,606
Posted By Bullswood

No, the tariff in this case was what you paid to...

No, the tariff in this case was what you paid to CX in Asia Miles. Probably a mistake to book this way if you really wanted to chance your arm?

To me, your 2017 post & blog linked above, together...
Jan 27, 20, 3:20 pm
Replies: 465
Views: 66,606
Posted By Bullswood

Sounds like a wind-up. Whether or not this is...

Sounds like a wind-up.
Whether or not this is an obsolete filing, surely the conditions in the provided excerpt would have been for a specified cash fare (the tariff) and booking category, not for...
Jan 25, 20, 5:30 pm
Replies: 519
Views: 176,160
Posted By Bullswood

Of course I have to agree with Waterhorse that an...

Of course I have to agree with Waterhorse that an example should be set by the poor staff subjected to this, but I'm not sure that a tediously repeated comedy skit (with an off-message fund raising...
Jan 24, 20, 9:59 am
Replies: 76
Views: 12,052
Posted By Bullswood

If BA expects crew to have bags in cabin surely...

If BA expects crew to have bags in cabin surely they should provide/designate a stowage area rather than leaving crew to face disgruntled passengers?
The BA CE product is marginal enough already...
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