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#1
I'm stationed in SE England, however I live in N Ireland..... I prebook my flights sometimes 3-6 months in advance to make to make it easier on the pocket...! I'm now posted to NI, can I claim back the money I have already payed out before I knew I was posted? Thanks for your help...! :?
 
#4
To: Smudge67, thank you for your insightful view....! It's quite clear your reply is about as useful as a chocolate fireguard. Forums and general questions asking for help from a wider SME audience about subjects that are obviously above your comprehension are not your foray...... your not contributing to the forum, so do us all a favour and jog on.

Just to reiterate my intial question to those that can help, I understand for operational reasons I can claim the money back on JPA, however this is myself trying to be proactive and plan ahead, unfortunately my meatballs cannot predict what Glasgow is doing....? Just looking for some constructive advice, Thank you
 
#6
garyrjb said:
Sell the ticket to a friend
Sorry mate, the cost to change the name on each flight is £25 each way, effectively making the initial flight £50 more expensive... Del boy couldn't even manage that one...! Thanks anyway
 
#7
Sapper235 said:
garyrjb said:
Sell the ticket to a friend
Sorry mate, the cost to change the name on each flight is £25 each way, effectively making the initial flight £50 more expensive... Del boy couldn't even manage that one...! Thanks anyway
Alternatively, dry your eyes and realise that the taxpayer is not totally responsible for your admin because you wanted to save a few quid and now the army has changed its plans
 
#8
drain_sniffer said:
Sapper235 said:
garyrjb said:
Sell the ticket to a friend
Sorry mate, the cost to change the name on each flight is £25 each way, effectively making the initial flight £50 more expensive... Del boy couldn't even manage that one...! Thanks anyway
Alternatively, dry your eyes and realise that the taxpayer is not totally responsible for your admin because you wanted to save a few quid and now the army has changed its plans
Ah...! Another constructive response.....! What's the matter, something happened in your past to make you all bitter and twisted ....?
 
#9
Sapper235 said:
drain_sniffer said:
Sapper235 said:
garyrjb said:
Sell the ticket to a friend
Sorry mate, the cost to change the name on each flight is £25 each way, effectively making the initial flight £50 more expensive... Del boy couldn't even manage that one...! Thanks anyway
Alternatively, dry your eyes and realise that the taxpayer is not totally responsible for your admin because you wanted to save a few quid and now the army has changed its plans
Ah...! Another constructive response.....! What's the matter, something happened in your past to make you all bitter and twisted ....?
Gosh, you're a pleasant fella* aren't you? I take it you have insurance?

*Did you see what I did there?
 
#10
The_Snail said:
Sapper235 said:
drain_sniffer said:
Sapper235 said:
garyrjb said:
Sell the ticket to a friend
Sorry mate, the cost to change the name on each flight is £25 each way, effectively making the initial flight £50 more expensive... Del boy couldn't even manage that one...! Thanks anyway
Alternatively, dry your eyes and realise that the taxpayer is not totally responsible for your admin because you wanted to save a few quid and now the army has changed its plans
Ah...! Another constructive response.....! What's the matter, something happened in your past to make you all bitter and twisted ....?
Gosh, you're a pleasant fella* aren't you? I take it you have insurance?
Just telling it as it is... Yes I have insurance, I always buy annual multi trip, however just like volcanic ash, the insurance company won't reimburse as it's not included within the policy...!
 
#11
Sapper235 said:
drain_sniffer said:
Sapper235 said:
garyrjb said:
Sell the ticket to a friend
Sorry mate, the cost to change the name on each flight is £25 each way, effectively making the initial flight £50 more expensive... Del boy couldn't even manage that one...! Thanks anyway
Alternatively, dry your eyes and realise that the taxpayer is not totally responsible for your admin because you wanted to save a few quid and now the army has changed its plans
Ah...! Another constructive response.....! What's the matter, something happened in your past to make you all bitter and twisted ....?
What do you want? Drain Sniffers answer was perfectly reasonable. Are you just going to keep slagging people off until you get the answer you desire.

Ultimately the answer is no. Now fuck off you whinging paddy cunt.
 
#12
Sapper235 said:
drain_sniffer said:
Sapper235 said:
garyrjb said:
Sell the ticket to a friend
Sorry mate, the cost to change the name on each flight is £25 each way, effectively making the initial flight £50 more expensive... Del boy couldn't even manage that one...! Thanks anyway
Alternatively, dry your eyes and realise that the taxpayer is not totally responsible for your admin because you wanted to save a few quid and now the army has changed its plans
Ah...! Another constructive response.....! What's the matter, something happened in your past to make you all bitter and twisted ....?
sell it to a friend with the same name!!
 
#17
Q: Why didn't you pay the airline that little bit extra to enable you to get a refund? A: You're a tight-fisted fucktard with poor admin.

You're in the army ffs, it's hardly the most predictable of jobs is it?
 
#18
Sapper235 said:
You know this is quite exilerating, there are people out there who do try and help, and there are others.....
What kind of help are you expecting? The answer is NO - you cannot claim. Or are you expecting your CoC to have a good old fashioned whip round? :x
 

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