TWA FFB/Aviators - Reaccommodating Cancelled International Routes
Sep 16, 01, 11:00 am
Is anyone aware of TW not accommodating on a different carrier in the event of an international route being terminated prior to commencement of the trip on a PAID ticket (not FF miles); i.e., that the only thing they would provide was a refund?
TW has eliminated a number of international destinations over the past few years, so there should be quite a few here who have experience with this.
Sep 16, 01, 11:23 am
we have been reaccomodated for our upcoming paris flight, protected in AA business class too. However, craz may have some experience with Tel aviv cancellations. In that case, I believe that passengers were stranded in Tel Aviv.
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Sep 16, 01, 12:23 pm
It seems like eons ago, but I'm fairly certain that TWA reaccomodated all the TLV pax on other carriers.
Sep 20, 01, 6:39 am
We're scheduled to fly from JFK to CDG next weekend, returning in slightly over 2 weeks. TW has cancelled their JFK-CDG flights but have protected us on AA. We're flying on one of the last Equity awards.
Sep 20, 01, 6:52 am
Those were 1st Class Equity Awards, right? What class of service did they reprotect in?
Sep 20, 01, 10:42 am
We had booked JFK-Cairo on system-wide vouchers issued last year as compensation for an international bump. TWA agreed to honor the voucher, but all we could get was Mexico (I had a feeling CDG would be discontinued). Absolutely no protection on AA or other airlines. I guess it's a "better than nothing" situation.
Sep 20, 01, 12:38 pm
Why not go to London? And if you were ticketed to London, AA is protecting those tickets. Though Mexico from New York is not a bad option either!