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Southwest Airlines New “No-Show” Policy

By April 26, 2013 January 29th, 2019 No Comments
April 26, 2013

Southwest Airlines Announces New “No-Show” Policy

Southwest Airlines announced a new “no-show” policy designed to help them better manage their seat inventory.  For non-refundable fares that are not cancelled or changed by the traveler before a flight’s scheduled departure, the unused funds will be forfeited and the remaining reservation (if applicable) will be cancelled.

This new policy will take effect May 10, 2013 for travel on or after September 13, 2013.  This new policy does NOT apply to military fares, senior fares, or travel during certain irregular operations such as a weather disruption.

For more information regarding Southwest Airline’s new policy, please click here.

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