OK. In January I booked business class tickets for travel in late July from Pittsburgh to London Heathrow going on to Oslo. My husband and I were going to stay in Norway and Sweden for approximately 10 days and then return from Stockholm to London and then home to Pittsburgh. The London portion of the trip was merely a layover on each end. While I'd certainly still like to make the trip it is becoming increasingly obvious that it probably is not going to happen. In addition to all the obvious fears of traveling in/out of the country with the threat of catching Covid-19, the UK is also talking about quarantining anyone coming into the country for 14 days and that is not something we want to do on vacation! Last week BA sent me an e-mail with an "invitation" to cancel my current reservations and receive a voucher (NOT a refund!) offered for future travel. Since there is a significant amount of money involved ($6,800) I'd much prefer a refund, especially when I know if/when I go to re-book this trip for summer of 2021 it will be even more expensive than it was when I originally purchased the tickets. I have heard that I should wait until the last possible minute to cancel my reservations since there is always the possibility that BA will cancel the flight first. My understanding is that if the airline cancels the flight you can receive a refund. Otherwise, the only thing you can get is a travel voucher. Does anyone have any thoughts on what I should do? Cancel now and accept the voucher or wait and hope that a refund might be possible.