Life can be unpredictable, and when a family member passes, it leads to an abrupt change of plans. If you have a trip planned through Virgin America and a family member passes, how to your rebook your trip? You can find out more about Virgin America services by contacting customer support here, and below are ways you can change your trip itinerary.
Virgin America, also knows as Virgin Atlantic, does allow for changes to trip plans when a person experiences the death of an immediate family member.
To change your trip details, you will need to call Virgin America here to speak with a customer service representative. The representative will advise how to submit the proper documentation to support rescheduling your trip.
There are three things you need to be aware of when changing your tickets due to a death in the family.
Virgin America recognizes there are situations that are beyond a person's control, so it will work with individuals who provide the required documentation to change fight dates or destinations. When the flight is rebooked, you will be informed if there are any additional charges that must be paid that are outside Virgin America's control such as taxes and fees imposed for specific locations.
The death of a family can be a very stressful time for anyone. If you have going on a Virgin America trip and someone in your family passes away, contact customer support here to revise your trip to a later date or new destination.
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