Dear Sir/Madam: The trip scheduled for March 28, 2020 to Hawaii, for me and my family, needs to be cancelled.
While we were hopeful for a nice vacation, we are going to be unable to go due to a medical problem.
I have been under my doctor’s care due to pneumonia and this will prohibit me from going on any trips.
What are the medical reasons for not flying?
5 medical conditions that might prevent you flying (and the alternatives)
- COPD (Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease)
- Deep Vein Thrombosis (DVT)
- An infectious disease.
- Recent surgeries.
- Alternatives to flying.
Can you get a flight refund for medical reasons?
Airlines sometimes also offer refunds when there’s a significant schedule change, if you have a change in military orders, a valid medical reason or if your travel companion dies. If you die, an airline will always refund your ticket to your next of kin, as long as your next of kin remembers to ask.
How do I cancel a flight due to illness?
How to Get a Refund If You’re Too Sick to Fly
- Step 1: Judge your sickness.
- Step 2: Call off the trip.
- Step 3: Dig up the fare rules.
- Step 4: Hop on the horn—with your doctor—and then your airline.
- Step 5: Think ahead.
How do you write a cancellation letter for an airline?
Sub: Letter Cancellation Air-TicketI request you to cancel our reservation and pay back the amount. (Cordially Describe your requirements). I am again sorry for the inconvenience. I shall be really thankful for this favor of yours.