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Has AA removed Air Berlin Availability?

Has AA removed Air Berlin Availability?

  1. mdande7

    I have a trip on Air Berlin that I want to change the date on (using AA miles).

    I booked the flight on American’s website without issue. Now when I look to make a change I don’t see any availability at all. I have looked through most of March.

    Does anyone know if something changed? If so, any ideas where I can check Air Berlin availability?

  2. David W

    Could be that there is just no availability. For a date change you have to call AAdvantage anyway so why not call and see if they can find anything? You could also try searching on BA or QFs websites for space, i think they display availability.

  3. Gaurav

    [USER=1405]@mdande7[/USER] AA definitely shows AB availability although you can always double check space using one of the other engines that [USER=29]@David W[/USER] mentions. As he says there is likely just no space available for your requested dates.

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