peenrun3037 karma2020-05-11 19:17:17 UTC
In terms of lower risk booking at the end of 2020, are cancellations/changes beholden on the airlines to make the decision to cancel the flight or will consumers be able to make these decisions dependent on their comfort level with the status of things?
I know southwest has a good change flight policy in general, but wondering if this same low risk booking is available for international travel. I know these industries don't want to be responsible for a resurgence but I don't think it's a farfetched idea to say profit motivated companies are more inclined to not act until the last possible moment a country shuts down travel, when in a lot of cases that is well after its not safe to travel.
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