What is Air Canada's fare reduction policy on bereavement flying?
- Anonymous3 weeks ago
It does not count for your pet RAT
- MercuryLv 74 weeks ago
The only to find out is to ask the airline.
- Anonymous4 weeks ago
You pay double. I'm not kidding. A bereavement fare is just a nicer way of saying full fare ticket. The reason it's a full fare ticket is because it'll allow you to change dates and even get a refund if necessary. In all honesty, no airline will actually give you a discount. They'll just sell you a ticket that's flexible. For most emergencies, the return is uncertain so you may consider just flying one way and buying the return when your plans firm up. Airlines have realized that if it's really an emergency, you'll pay any price.
- Dr. StephanieLv 74 weeks ago
Check with the airline in question, of course.
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- Roger KLv 74 weeks ago
1) ASK THEM. We do not know what they will say.
2) The usual case for those fares is a percentage off of a full fare ticket. ou can often get a better price on websites like kayak.com, if you look for tickets that have some restrictions.
- bluebellbkkLv 74 weeks ago
And you thought you would ask us rather than the airline itself because ... ?
You thought they might not know their own rules?
You thought random strangers would know better?
And PS: the word is "allowed".
- MSLv 74 weeks ago
Here is the information from their website. Check prices though because you'll often find fares that are cheaper than the bereavement fares.