International Airlines Flight Open Ticket
Open Ticket is the process of canceling a segment or schedule of tickets that are still active (not returned in the form of money/cash to the passenger). However, tickets can be reused as long as the ticket validity period is still active.
Open Ticket Airline Regulations:
Here are the details of airlines that provide Open Ticket regulations by not charging the cost of schedule changes to the passenger, but if there is a price difference between the old ticket and the new ticket, then the price difference is borne entirely by the passenger.
- Air Canada (AC): Click Here
- Air China: (CA) Click Here
- Air New Zealand (NZ): Click Here
- All Nippon Airways (NH): Click Here
- American Airlines (AA): Click Here
- Asiana Airlines (OZ): Click Here
- British Airways (BA): Click Here
- Cathay Pacific (CX): Click Here
- China Airline (CI): Click Here
- China Eastern (MU): Click Here
- China Southern Airline (CZ): Click Here
- Delta Airline (DL): Click Here
- Emirates (EK): Click Here
- Ethiopian Airlines (ET): Click Here
- Etihad (EY): Click Here
- Eva Air (BR): Click Here
- Fiji Airways (FJ): Click Here
- Finn Air (AY): Click Here
- Garuda Indonesia (GA): Click Here
- Japan Airlines (JL): Click Here
- Jeju Air (7C): Click Here
- Kenya Airways (KQ): Click Here
- KLM / Air France (KL / AF): Click Here
- Korean Air (KE): Click Here
- Lao Airline (QV): Click Here
- LOT Polish Airlines (LO): Click Here
- Lufthansa Airline (LH): Click Here
- Malaysia Airline (MH): Click Here
- Myanmar Airline (UB): Click Here
- Oman Air (WY): Click Here
- Pegasus Air (PC): Click Here
- Philippine Airline (PR): Click Here
- Qantas Airways (QF): Click Here
- Qatar Airways (QR): Click Here
- Saudi Arabian (SV): Click Here
- Silk Air (MI): Click Here
- Singapore Airlines (SQ): Click Here
- Thai Airways (TG): Click Here
- Turkish Airline (TK): Click Here
- United Airline (UA): Click Here
- Vietnam Airlines (VN): Click Here
- Virgin Australia (VA): Click Here
- Xiamen Airline (MF): Click Here
Open Ticket Regulations:
Open Ticket submissions must be made a maximum of 48 hours before the flight date. After the Open Ticket is submitted, the process cannot be canceled.
After the Open Ticket is processed, the passenger can make changes to the schedule in the future with the conditions stated in the "Airline Regulations" section.
The latest flight dates must be informed to tiket.com before your ticket expires.
Following airline policy regarding COVID-19, the schedule change fee will not be charged to passengers, but the price difference between the new ticket and the old ticket will still be charged to the passenger (if any). Exemption from the schedule change fee only applies if your ticket meets the conditions specified by the airline regarding COVID-19 (referring to each airline's policy).
tiket.com will inform the difference between the price of new tickets and old tickets if you have determined and provide the latest date to the tiket.com party, this is due to the availability of seats that are fluctuating, and the price difference provided only has a maximum payment deadline of 1 hour.
How to do an Open Ticket:
If you want to submit an Open Ticket, please contact tiket.com with a statement such as an example below:
I agree to do an Open Ticket with the following details:
Booking code :
Passenger name :
Flight route :
If the Open Ticket has been submitted to the tiket.com, then you have agreed with all the information contained on this page. tiket.com will immediately cancel your active flight schedule and will confirm this to you. The authority to use the ticket is entirely the responsibility of the passenger.