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Have a flight booked with Blue Air but need to change your plans?
In this handy guide, we’ll show you how to cancel a Blue Air flight. We’ll cover the easiest way to do it, whether you can get a refund and anything else you need to know.
Plus, a money-saving tip for holiday spending when you do eventually get to take your trip - the Wise international debit card. We’ll show you how it could save you a bundle on currency conversion and fees when spending in 200+ countries.
But first, let’s focus on getting that Blue Air flight cancelled for you.
The easiest way to cancel a Blue Air flight is online. Simply go to the Change Your Flight page on the Blue Air website¹, and enter your last name and booking reference. You should be able to find this on your confirmation email.
Here, you should be able to see the options for cancelling your flight or changing it to a later date, along with any fees or charges. We’ll look at these in just a moment.
You can also call the Blue Air customer services team to discuss cancelling your flights. The call centre number is 09091420598 for customers in the UK, and it’s available from 7am to 3pm, Monday to Friday². Be aware though that you may be charged for the call.
Blue Air will only offer a refund for passenger-cancelled flights in certain exceptional circumstances. For example, the death of a passenger³.
Rather than cancelling your flights, another option is to amend your travel dates or even the route. You can do this up to 4 hours before departure⁴.
A fee will apply (unless you’ve added the ‘Flex’ service to your booking or have a BlueBiz fare, which allows unlimited changes⁵) but this could be better than losing your money altogether.
If you do decide to change or cancel your flight with Blue Air, be aware that the following service fees may apply⁶:
|Date change - international flights||€40 EUR + fare difference|
|Date change - domestic flights (within Romania)||€25 EUR + fare difference|
When you do eventually get to take your flight, check out Wise as a convenient, low-cost way to spend overseas.
Open a Wise multi-currency account and you can get a contactless debit card for convenient, low-cost spending in 200+ countries. Plus, you can use it for ATM withdrawals too.
The Wise card automatically converts currency at the mid-market exchange rate, at the moment you spend. You’ll only pay a tiny conversion fee, or nothing if you already have the currency in your Wise account.
Sources used for this article:
- Blue Air - change flight
- Blue Air - contact
- Blue Air - travel conditions
- Blue Air- change travel date
- Blue Air - homepage
- Blue Air - fees and tariff rules
Sources checked on 04-Jul-2022.
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