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    Issued subject to travel restrictions

    Ticket is not transferable. Issued subject to travel restrictions in force and rules notified in Time Table and Tarrifs.

    (This sentences I found in the back of my travelling ticket)

    Though I know every word in this sentence I could not understand it when I read as a whole.

    So, please explan this highlighted sentence.


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    Re: Issued subject to travel restrictions

    Quote Originally Posted by user_gary View Post
    Ticket is not transferable. Issued subject to travel restrictions in force and rules notified in Time Table and Tarrifs.

    (This sentences I found in the back of my travelling ticket)

    Though I know every word in this sentence I could not understand it when I read as a whole.

    So, please explan this highlighted sentence.
    Issued tickets are subject to travel restrictions in force and rules notified in Time Table and Tarrifs


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    Re: Issued subject to travel restrictions

    Quote Originally Posted by svartnik View Post
    Issued tickets are subject to travel restrictions in force and rules notified in Time Table and Tarrifs
    Thank you.

    I don't understand what does means "travel restrictions in force' in this sentence?

    Please explain it.

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    Re: Issued subject to travel restrictions

    'subject to' = 'can be over-ruled by'

    For example, your ticket entitles you to a place on the 13.05 flight. But there is fog, and there is no flight at that time. The words 'issued subject to travel restrictions' prevent you from claiming a refund.

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