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Within 30 days from the original flight date, passengers may rebook their flights for travel with rebooking fees/charges waived.
The shooting down of Malaysia Airlines flight MH17 in the war zone Ukraine has raised fresh issues about the availability flight date of commercial airliners to the public.
Although flight date recorder evidence later showed that pilot error was mainly to blame for the loss of the Air France jet, the burst of error messages was a sign that basic electrical systems continued to work during the aircraft's four-minute descent.
Remember to make sure you are covered for your return flight date as well.
Looked at on a graph, domestic airfares generally start out high and steadily decrease as you get closer to a flight date until the magic 7-week mark, at which point they begin to increase ever so slightly.
He added that Turkish airline companies have been forgiving passengers for fees incurred as a result of changing or cancelling their scheduled flight dates.
Managers will continue to review weather forecasts and announce a new flight date as soon as practical.
The carrier has already cancelled one of its return flights between London and Madrid on 30 November 2011 and said customers are able to change their flight dates via the travel agencies through which the ticket was booked or through Iberia's Call Centre.