An airline ticket reissue is an alteration to an airline journey that requires the issue of an entirely new ticket, usually because a traveller has changed travel date and therefore flight number or price. Tickets can also be reissued for changes to origin, destination or stopovers.

The rules for which tickets need to be reissued, should a traveller want to change travel dates, are set by the relevant airline. Airlines can also charge a fee to make an amendment – details can be found in the ticket’s conditions.

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