Sunday 9 May 2021

Don’t The The Voucher: Ariline Owes You For Overbooking

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QTRAVEL – A great infographic on overbooking and what do if you get bumped from your flight. Important here is DO NOT VOLUNTEER when your flight is overbooked. Don’t take the voucher, you are entitled to compensation, as well as a refund for your confirmed reservation.

Who does the most overbooking? Delta, United and Southwest airlines, all three which have regular flights to and from Costa Rica.

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