Old May 11, 15, 9:32 pm
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Originally Posted by brewdog11 View Post
Flying MSY-ORD-STL in a few hours and would like to fly MSY-MIA-ORD-STL instead (want to be on the 763 MIA-ORD). E inventory is plentiful. Would this be a legal change?

I'm thinking so, but I don't want to keep playing the HUACA game with different AAgents if I'm requesting something unreasonable/illegal policy-wise.
No, this would not be a valid change. Technically, any CFC must still be rebooked to a valid routing for the original ticket. AA has no routings between MSY-STL that allow connections in both MIA and ORD. The published routings allow a connection only in ORD, CLT, or DFW. That being said, you might find an agent who doesn't know or care enough about the CFC routing rules.

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