Letter to Airline for Refund Due to Illness, Death, or Medical Grounds

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Request for Air Ticket Cancellation, and Rebate of Payment

Dear Reservation Manager,

I am requesting the cancellation of my air ticket (ticket number) dated (date) and issuing a payment rebate. I will be unable to travel for some domestic reasons. I hope you will oblige my request.

Sincerely Yours,

(Your name & air ticket details)

Letter to Airline for Refund Due To Death of Someone

Subject: Request Letter for Air Ticket Reimbursement

Respected Staff,

My name is (name), and I booked a ticket for Chicago last night, and today due to the sudden death of my close relative, I am not able to catch that flight. I am requesting a full refund/rebate of the ticket. The ticket is attached. I hope this will not take too long.

Thank you.

(Your Name)

Letter to Airline for Refund Due To Illness

Dear Sir,

I regret to inform you that I am seriously ill and I want to cancel my flight ticket reservation booked a few days ago for the flight to the United States on (date). As I was sure to travel but unfortunately got sick, the doctor advised me to avoid traveling and have complete bed rest till recovery from the disease.

Therefore, I request you to please cancel my reservation and reimburse dues at your earliest. An early action in this regard shall be highly appreciated and obliged from my side.

I am thanking you.

Barak

Sample Email to Airline for Ticket Rebate Due to Sickness, and Missing Flight

Dear Madam,

I booked the flight to Los Angeles last week. I was not able to catch that flight as I was not well. I am writing if it is possible, please refund my ticket amount as I missed the flight. The ticket for the flight is attached with the letter. Waiting for your response

(Name)

Airline Ticket Refund Due To Death of Passenger (On Behalf of Someone)

Respected Staff,

I am Roger, and I am writing to bring this to your notice that my brother Mitchell, who booked, and paid for a ticket to Chicago, died last night. He died due to a heart attack. His death certificate and the hospital stamp are attached with the application. I request that the total amount of ticket number #1234 be refunded to me as I am his brother, and my social security number is #1234. This confirms that Mitchell is my brother, and the total amount of $1235 should be refunded to my account#0000000.

I hope that you will pay heed to my kind request.

Roger

Email Request for Refund of Air Ticket Because Passenger is Died in a Road Accident

Dear Manager,

I want to inform you that my son (name) booked an air ticket for (Dubai) dated (date) but yesterday he passed away in a road accident. I am sending you his death certificate and request a full refund of the ticket payment. I will be at your complete disposal of information or any document required to proceed with the refund.

Quick support from you will be highly appreciated. I will be grateful to you.

Sincerely,

Your Name

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  1. Blue Airlines
    United States of America
    Respected Management,
    My name is Robert Griffin and I booked the flight to Los Angeles last week. I was not able to catch that flight as I was not well. I am writing this letter so that if it is possible please refund my money as I did not catch the flight. The ticket of the flight is attached with the letter.
    Waiting for your response
    Robert Griffin

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