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Schedule Change on CX Award Flight Pre-AA Deval – Options?

Schedule Change on CX Award Flight Pre-AA Deval – Options?

  1. KZA

    Hey everyone,

    I booked a CX F flight R/T before the new AA rates hit last November for this November, and just got an email about a schedule change.

    Ideally, I’d like to postpone the flight until Jan/Feb, but I know that you normally have to use the booking within a year of originally ticketing. But with the schedule change, would it be possible to push it further out, under the old miles? Or is that a pipe dream?


  2. MarkS

    [*]Once ticketed, you’ll have one year from the date of ticketing to complete all travel unless otherwise noted.
    Direct quote from terms and conditions. I doubt the schedule change qualifies for “otherwise noted”. You will need to cancel, redeposit fee, rebook under new fares.

  3. Gaurav

    Agree with [USER=2121]@MarkS[/USER]. If the schedule change happened for a trip on the last day of the year from ticketing, you might be able to have AA do something but in this case you’ll have to pay the fees.

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