A passenger caught in traffic and missed his flight, another who decides to leave early or who chooses to join his stopover in the car rather than take the first flight… We call it the ” no show “. In the jargon of the air, this anglicism means a passenger who is not present for boarding, without warning, the airline with which he had to travel.
If the passenger does not prevent, it is usually because the ticket is not exchangeable or refundable. It then sees no point in wasting time and energy to contact the customer service. But the “no show” often has a consequence : the automatic cancellation of his ticket back.
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