Southwest Airlines begins enforcing ‘No Show’ policy
If you plan to take to the skies, you may want to think twice before not showing up for a flight.
Southwest Airlines is now enforcing a new ‘No Show’ policy.
Passengers who need to cancel a flight must do so at least 10 minutes before departure or lose the entire value of the ticket.
In the past, customers used to be able to skip a flight with no penalty.
The policy excludes military fares, senior fares and travel during bad weather.
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