Beijing Contemplates Forcing Passengers To Pay Change Fees Following Cancellations

BEIJING—Chinese airlines may be able to charge when passengers seek new bookings following unavoidable flight cancellations, according to a contemplated policy change. If the rule goes into force, passengers would also have to pay to change bookings when an airline has no choice but to delay an...

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