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How to retrieve old ticket (corrected spelling)?

Old Mar 25, 20, 12:23 pm
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How to retrieve old ticket (corrected spelling)?

Hi I want to find my travel ticket info back in 1995. I dont have confirmation number . If I call the airline are they able to give me that info from their archived records . I dont mind paying all fees
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Old Mar 25, 20, 12:42 pm
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Even if they could, I suspect the airlines have better things to be doing right now...
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Old Mar 25, 20, 12:47 pm
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That's 25 years ago. Good luck
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Old Mar 25, 20, 2:36 pm
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That's 25 years ago. Good luck
And from the title typo, I was expecting the answer to be like Squad 51 performing a scene from EMERGENCY! circa 1972.
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Old Mar 26, 20, 4:42 am
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WOW 1995
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Old Mar 31, 20, 4:10 pm
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The airline most likely has the data. If you're a billionaire willing to spend whatever it takes to have it, I'm quite positive that you'll manage to get it. But then again, if you were a billionaire someone else would be doing the legwork and you would not be posting on FT.

(If the airline is European you may be able to use GDPR to your advantage.)
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Old Mar 31, 20, 5:51 pm
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What did the air carrier say when you called?
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No, they have better things to do. I don’t believe there is a requirement to keep these data for this long.
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