Can you get your money back if you cancel your british airways flight?

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kalia bond

26 Oct, 2017 04:38 AM

British Airways is a United Kingdom based airlines which is popular all around the world. It is consistently ranked amongst the best airlines of the world. British Airways operates both domestic as well as international flights and they have the best in class flights, best in class fleet and the best in class services. British Airways has dedicated policies that make sure that the customers are getting the best experiences as they travel with them.
When we talk about getting our money back in case a flight is cancelled, not many airline companies offer us anything. But British Airways has customer centric facilities when it comes to refund. There are following scenarios in which you are entitled to compensation in case of a flight cancellation:
1) Your flight is cancelled by British Airways: In case of an unfortunate event of a flight being cancelled by British Airways, you are entitled for a full compensation. You will be refunded by the same medium with which you paid for your ticket. If you used PayPal, you will receive money via PayPal, else if you paid via credit card, your refund will be credited to your card.
2) You cancelled your refundable ticket: If at the time of making a booking, you opted to choose refundable British Airways ticket, then you might get back around 70-80% of the booked fare. In case you are not sure about your travel plan, you must opt for this option.
3) You cancelled your non-refundable ticket: Most of the airlines don’t refund non-refundable tickets. But British Airways still gives you around up to 50% of it. Sooner you cancel your ticket, more the refund you can expect.In case of any technical assistance, you can contact British Airways reservation phone number

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