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Question 1348

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  1. Anonymous

    Hey Lucky,

    I have an award ticket booked on Virgin Australia to New Zealand with SkyMiles. There was a schedule change for one of my flights and I got the generic “if you don’t like it, you might be able to change it free of charge” message. The longest leg of my flight is on Virgin Australia in their old biz class 2-3-2 formation, so I was wondering if this would give me an opportunity to call Delta and get a seat on a DL operated flight so that I can get in their direct-aisle access product since I’m traveling alone? I am just curious as to how these two products stack up side by side. Which would you choose?

  2. Anonymous

    @ Reine — I’d probably still do Virgin Australia, as I think their service and food will be a bit better. That being said, if the change is substantial you might be able to get on a Delta operated flight instead. If it’s just a change of a few minutes, I wouldn’t count on them necessarily rebooking you, unfortunately.

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