Due to the Coronavirus Pandemic, our flight on JetBlue to Ecuador was canceled. The miles I used to book the flight along with the taxes were promptly refunded. Soon after, Avianca canceled our flights from within Ecuador to the Galapagos. Continue reading 60 Days To Success: Avianca To Refund Us For Canceled Flight!
Over Spring Break, the Michael W Travels family was supposed to head to Ecuador and the Galapagos Islands but COVID-19 had other plans.
We were supposed to fly from New York to Guayaquil, Ecuador on JetBlue. That flight was canceled and we received a refund of our miles and taxes paid. Soon after, Avianca canceled our flight from Guayaquil to the Galapagos. Continue reading Update: What’s Going On With Our Refund From Avianca?
Last week I wrote about how Avianca had canceled our flight in Ecuador from Guayaqil to the Galapagos.
When I found out that our flight was canceled (we would’ve canceled if the airline didn’t), Avianca stated that the ticket would remain valid until we had a new travel date.
When an airline cancels a flight, I think it’s fair for us to expect a refund not the opportunity to pick a new future travel date. Continue reading Where Do We Stand With Getting A Refund From Avianca?
The Michael W Travels family was supposed to travel to Ecuador and the Galapagos over Spring Break in April.
Once the coronavirus started spreading, we knew it was highly unlikely that our trip would take place. Continue reading REFUND Us: Avianca Cancels Flight, Says We Can Rebook Til 3/21
A woman showed up at Newark Airport to fly to Paris for her friend’s wedding.
She checked in online with Level Airline but when she got to the airport, the airline wasn’t there! CNTraveler mentions that, “there was no gate number, no desk for the airline—nothing to validate the $179 one-way ticket she’d purchased.” Continue reading Woman Shows Up At Airport For Flight, Level Airline Isn’t There!