Another airline to charge ‘no shows’

Another airline has introduced a ‘no show’ fee.

Korean Air passengers who fail to inform the airline that they want to cancel their flights, are to be charged a fee based on the distance of the trip.

From October, the fee will be imposed on travellers who either fail to cancel their reservation before departure, or don’t board their flight after checking in.

Korean Air is following several other international carriers, including Singapore Airlines, Emirates and Japan Airlines in introducing a ‘no show’ fee.

Photo courtesy businesstraveller.com

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