Since the coronavirus condition is evolving every day, this can be a very difficult time if you have travel arrangements for the near future.
- Will you cancel that?
- What’s going to happen if you do?
- What’s with the cruises?
- Could you drive a car or ride the Uber?
- So if you’re going to fly, what’s the chance of having COVID-19 on a plane?
- Are you going to have to evacuate for that?
Will I get my money back if I cancel my own flight?
At the moment, there are not reports if airlines are offering direct refunds if you decide to cancel a flight due to coronavirus, unless you have bought a refundable ticket.
And when you want to cancel your next flight because of your concerns about coronavirus, several U.S. airlines will allow you to rebook your flight at a later date without imposing a change fee.
“If your flight is canceled and you choose to cancel your flight as a result, you are entitled to a refund for unused transport — even for non-refundable tickets,” according to The U.S. Department of Transportation.