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  1. Anonymous

    We fly frequently to Berlin to visit our grandchildren and I’d like to reserve 2 first class tickets to Berlin from Chicago or Milwaukee or either AA/BA or just BA. Currently the latest booking is January 2, 2017. If I booked a one way Milwaukee (MKE-PHL-LHR-TXL) or (ORD-LHR-TXL) for January 2, 2017, can I change the date up to January 2, 2017 and up to a year later–January 2, 2018? I’m pretty certain I have up to a year (January 2, 2018) after the original booking–is this correct if I use same start/end points and only change the dates? Is it the booking date or the flight date? (ie book Feb 6, 2016–do I have only until Feb 6, 2017 to rebook?) I’m confused!

  2. Anonymous

    @Russ — You have a year from the date the ticket is issued, not from the travel date. So in the example you’re giving you’d have through Feb 6, 2017.

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