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 Is an airline ticket valid 12 months from the date of issue or the date of departure?

Answer An airline ticket, as a rule of thumb, is valid for 12 months after the ticket's original issue date. Some carriers may also insist that the re-booked flight occur within 12 months, and some airlin... Read More »
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Does Homeland Security add charges to airline tickets when the purchase is made close to the departure date?

The government body responsible for air-travel security is the Transportation Security Administration (TSA), whose parent agency is the Deptartment of Homeland Security. The TSA levy a charge of $... Read More »
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My waitlist number is RLGN w/l 9 & my journey date is 4 mar & i booked this e-ticket before 4 months.?

ya it get confirmed easily and the train also does not contain more rush at current waiting status is 47* mostly people book ticket in 2 or more train and cancel there ticket on same or 1 day befor... Read More »
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How long does an electronic airline ticket stay valid?

The duration of an electronic airline ticket varies based on the provider and method of travel booking. Tickets purchased as part of package deals with major travel websites may expire more quickly... Read More »
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How much does it cost to change a departure date?

The cost of changing information, such as your departure date, on an airline ticket depends on the airline you are flying with. For refundable tickets, changes can be made free of charge. For nonre... Read More »
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