Poc asked in TravelAir Travel · 1 decade ago

Due to swine flu, our vacation to Mexico has to rescheduled to June.?

Although, US Airway has offered clients to rescheduled without charge but they still made us pay for the differences of new fare. Should the airway waive that difference? Does anyone familiar with air policies,plz help? Thanks

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  • 1 decade ago
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    read their travel advisory

    Travel Advisory

    Last Updated: 4/29/2009 10:52 AM ET

    Mexico City Influenza Outbreak

    Cities Affected:

    Mexico City, Mexico (MEX)

    Date Range:

    4/24/2009 8:30 PM ET through 5/15/2009 11:30 PM ET

    Revised Ticket Policy:

    In response to the recent health concerns in Mexico, US Airways is taking precautions to ensure the well-being of our customers and employees.

    US Airways is providing a one-time option to re-schedule or re-route if you are ticketed and traveling to, from or through one of the cities listed. We will waive the standard change fee, advance reservation and ticketing requirements. See our revised ticketing policy for rules and restrictions. Call 800-428-4322 for more information.

    * You can move your entire itinerary up to fourteen days before or after the scheduled origination date.

    * You can apply the full value of your wholly unused tickets toward the purchase of a ticket to an alternate destination, although travel must originate within fourteen days of the scheduled origination date.

    US Airways will waive the change fee for a one-time change more than 14 days from the original travel date. All other fare rules will apply.

    To learn more about swine flu, please go to http://www.cdc.gov/swineflu/

    Cities Affected:

    Acapulco, Mexico (ACA); Cabo/Los Cabos, Mexico (SJD); Cancun, Mexico (CUN); Cozumel, Mexico (CZM); Guadalajara, Mexico (GDL); Guaymas, Mexico (GYM); Hermosillo, Mexico (HMO); Ixtapa/Zihuatanejo, Mexico (ZIH); Manzanillo, Mexico (ZLO); Mazatlan, Mexico (MZT); Puerto Vallarta, Mexico (PVR)

    Date Range:

    4/27/2009 8:30 AM ET through 5/15/2009 11:30 PM ET

    Revised Ticket Policy:

    In response to the recent health concerns in Mexico, US Airways is taking precautions to ensure the well-being of our customers and employees.

    US Airways is providing a one-time option to re-schedule or re-route if you are ticketed and traveling to, from or through one of the cities listed. We will waive the standard change fee, advance reservation and ticketing requirements. See our revised ticketing policy for rules and restrictions. Call 800-428-4322 for more information.

    * You can move your entire itinerary up to fourteen days before or after the scheduled origination date.

    * You can apply the full value of your wholly unused tickets toward the purchase of a ticket to an alternate destination, although travel must originate within fourteen days of the scheduled origination date.

    US Airways will waive the change fee for a one-time change more than 14 days from the original travel date. All other fare rules will apply.

    To learn more about swine flu, please go to http://www.cdc.gov/swineflu.

    Terms and Conditions:

    Customers traveling on certain tickets – such as some available from third-party ticket discounters, including but not limited to discount travel websites – may not have all elements of the policy available to them. Tickets issued by US Airways for travel on airlines other than US Airways, US Airways Shuttle or US Airways Express will follow the rules of the airline operating the flight(s).

    Itinerary changes are subject to availability, and in certain cases, an additional collection fee. Customers will be able to stand by for alternate flights without incurring the standby fee if a satisfactory alternate itinerary cannot be confirmed.

    you moved to June that apparently why you were charged

    but yiu could try calling US airway and ask for a supervisor

    they might be able to help you

  • Anonymous
    1 decade ago

    I would definitely look into getting travel insurance.

    http://vacation-in-vegas.com/?s=travel+insurance

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