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Old 28th March 2015, 16:19   #4 (permalink)
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Re: One way flights for sale

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Originally Posted by oldfogy View Post
When attempting to sell airline tickets people should be made to state from which airline they are for, because different airlines charge different rates, which can be anything from 35 (per ticket) right up to the face value of the ticket of the date of the flight.

And people, if you want the cheaper option of doing it yourself 'on-line' instead of going through the airline help desk then you also need the 'Booking Number' which is not the flight number.

Don't forget the 35 cost per person is for making the change yourself on-line.
Or it's 55 per person if done through the contact centre.

As for a guideline, these are for Thomas Cook.

Thomas Cook Airlines - Help & Frequenly Asked Questions

But sounds a bargain for someone.
It does state in the TC faq that's online changes can only be made through the tc website if the original booking was made directly with TC if the booking was made through another party ( travel agent ) then any change has to be made through them
I think the cost of the change should be stated in the advertised price
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