Case Study: Making the Most of Your Unused Tickets

July 4, 2019 Travel and Transport

Things happen. Business meetings get cancelled. Family events come up. Unfortunately, in today’s fast paced business environment, unused, nonrefundable tickets can sometimes be easily forgotten. When considering changing travel plans, it’s important to keep this loss to a minimum to reduce high expenses.

Spoilage, that dirty word, occurs when a nonrefundable airline ticket is cancelled and the resulting ticket credit reaches its expiration without being used. Properly managing these unused tickets before they expire is not only sensible business sense, but helps reduce costs. 

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Making the Most of your unused tickets

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