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  • tontoro 86 posts

    I know it’s possible to cancel the inbound leg of an Avios booking, and keep the outbound, but is it possible to do the opposite?

    AJA 1,005 posts

    No. I don’t think that’s possible. Cancelling the outbound automatically cancels the inbound.

    JDB 4,147 posts

    I know it’s possible to cancel the inbound leg of an Avios booking, and keep the outbound, but is it possible to do the opposite?

    Yes, you can do that, as long as the return journey is still allowed, eg if using a voucher, it needs to be usable for the return only.

    Obviously the booking will get repriced. What I think @AJA comment is referring to is no showing for a flight which will result in the cancellation of the subsequent sectors.

    AJA 1,005 posts

    I think what @tontoro has is an Avios booking LHR-XXX-LHR and wants to cancel the LHR-XXX sector but still fly XXX-LHR.

    I am not sure that’s possible without cancelling the entire booking and making a new one but I defer to your superior knowledge.

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