Cancel flights at minimum price in an instant manner with American Cancellation Policy
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American Airlines is the most popular and major American based airlines that headquartered in Texas.

LOS ANGELES - Californer -- It the world's largest airlines in terms of fleet size and passengers carrying capacity. More than 350+ destinations to both domestic. American airlines are highly famous among the passengers for its low-cost traveling services and luxurious traveling comforts.

One can very easily book fights to plenty of destination American airlines and they also cancel their flights if they do not wish to travel. The cancellation process always depends on the rules and restrictions prescribed by the American Airlines for the flight cancellation.

What is American Airlines Cancellation Policy?

Have you booked your flights on American airlines in recent? But you are not able to attend your flight due to some specific reasons? Then you have an option of flight cancellation which is provided by the American airlines to the passengers. But there is an American airlines cancellation policy which is very important to follow before cancel your flight and listed below:

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·        You can make a request for cancellation within 24 hours.

·        No cancellation charges will be levied if you have canceled your flights within 24 hours and 7 days before the scheduled departure. And after this time period, you have to pay some additional charges on cancellation.

·        Ticket cancellation also depends on ticket type that you have purchased.

·        You may also request for a refund if you have refundable tickets.

In case you are not able to understand the American Airlines cancellation policy or have any other question regarding that, then contact the customer service team for getting effective assistance to resolve the multiple queries related to flight cancellation.
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