For each service class of Emirates, travellers will get both refundable and non-refundable prices. The reimbursable fees are usually larger than those which do not reimburse. When the booking is cancelled beyond 24 hours of riskfree cancellation period, refundable Cancellation charge for the Emirates Airlines amounts to $200. In return to the initial payment, the remainder of the airfare would be reimbursed and the amount completed in seven to ten working days.
The non-reimbursable cancellation charge is also $200 and is cancelled within 24 hours. The remaining balance of the airfare is returned in the original form and the amount is paid in 7 to 10 working days. However, if a non-refundable ticket has been cancelled after 24 hours, any repayment will not be made by the Emirates and, instead, the ticket value will become points which may afterwards be redeemed to make a new flight reservation by the Emirates.
The key highlights of the cancellation fees in the Emirates are:
* A $250 cancellation fee is applicable to cancellation of a reserved flight 45 days before departure.
* When cancelled between 44 and 31 days before departure, passengers must pay 30 percent of the ticket price as a cancellation fee.
* 50% of the price of your ticket is levied, including charges, as cancellation charges if you cancel your reserved ticket between 44 and 21 days before to travel.
* If the booked ticket is cancelled between 30 and 15 days before departure, the passenger charges 60% of the ticket price inclusive of the tax.
* The passengers lose their ticket's worth. If a scheduled ticket is cancelled between 44 days, the ticket costs 100% of the fare, including taxes.
In that case the Emirates cancellation fee will be waived, if the flight has however been cancelled due to bad weather or any situation of emergency, and passengers may opt to refund the full amount of their original payment methods, or the Emirates issuing a credit voucher for the value of the ticket.