Cyrus Singh 10
Before the coronavirus epidemic, I’m sure many of you had Tickets Cancellation with Allegiant Airlines. You may now have to arrange for refunds or rebookings for cancelled flights, and British Airways is not making this simple. British Airways is not flying the flag for customer service, with instantaneous refunds presumably a thing of the past, the 72-hour restriction, and phone lines that repeat an obnoxious message about how busy they are before abruptly disconnecting you. Although this airlines was fast to publicise specifics of its British Airways coronavirus policy, it is far from simple to take advantage of the provisions. Now, before you accuse me of kicking the airline when it’s down, please realise that I truly appreciate the difficulty that this epidemic is causing British Airways. As planes sit idle, passengers demand refunds, and travel limitations mean little new income, the airline is losing money. However, how businesses act during this period may influence where we spend our travel dollars once it is finished. Companies who give the finest service and assistance during our time of need may be the ones to bounce back the fastest.