If you know you can't make a scheduled flight, it's better to cancel your flight rather than be a no-show. If you cancel, you might receive a partial or whole credit for the fare purchased, to be applied to a future flight. But, if you're a no-show, it's less likely you'll be able to recoup any part of the fare. There is no question of cancellation charges here. If you do not cancel your ticket and do not show up, your seat will be allocated to someone else, and you will simply forfeit the cost of the ticket, that’s all. So that’s a big chunk of money down the drain for you. The airline will not entertain you if you turn up later with some cock and bull excuse as to why you did not/ could not show up. You paid, you did not travel, so it’s your fault- period. The airline will simply put you in as a ‘no show’ and reallocate your seat to a lucky passenger who was wait listed and then go about their business as normal.
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