I would be very grateful for some advice from anybody who has any information regarding this as i am rather stuck at the moment.
I had a lengthy list of flights booked as a package, and i didnt turn up for the first one. The rest of the flights, as per standard terms, were cancelled due to initial no show for the first flight. (i didnt know this at the time). i tuned up in london as i had made my way there by other means (didnt think it made a difference) and was quite shocked to find this out.
Anyway, fine.. i understand i guess, im told this is standard practice.
but since the remainder of flights were cancelled due to no show i assume i should be eligible for a refund? at least for the unused flights??
However the company i booked through (travel pack) say that as per their terms i am not elgible for a refund.
So my question is, since the flights had been cancelled, and most likely re-sold by the airline, i should be eligible at least for the tax back which is not technically belonging to the company "travel pack", but to the relevant governments who impose that tax. But that money has not gone to governments, instead travel pack hold it, as the flights are no longer booked.
If anybody knows for sure, i would appreciate it if you could share. Or if you know a better person/organization to ask it would be great.