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  • VickyTM 105 posts

    I have a rtn flight booked on TAP. I now need to start from a different place so can’t use the outbound. I’m not worried about getting money back but would like to keep the return leg as I still need that. Does anyone have any experience of this? I know if we don’t show up for the first leg the return will be automatically cancelled, but I’m planning to phone them and let them know. ( flights are a month away) They are economy flights but the people flying do have status with the airline if that makes a difference.

    Thanks

    BA Flyer IHG Stayer 1,899 posts

    ‘letting them know’ won’t necessarilystop the return leg being cancelled.

    What TAP will likely do is cancel the outbound and then reprice the leg you want to keep.

    You won’t knw until you call and speakto an agent.

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