Most airlines have a policy that flights are non-refundable, which means they won't cover the cost should you need to cancel. If travel guidance changes or if you fall ill due to Covid-19, we may be able to help you amend your flights, although this depends on the terms and conditions of the airline.
What does a 'non-refundable flight' mean?
Modified on: Wed, 24 Aug, 2022 at 6:05 PM
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