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Old Jan 27, 17, 7:11 am
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AFKL's fracturing relationship with AZ means that they are moving the majority of their Milan flights from LIN to MXP.

there was a separate thread dealing with just this issue, but it got moved into the following general thread:

There may be a flight earlier or later that day that still goes to LIN and you may be able to ask to be put on that flight instead (of course, if that flight has departed prior to your arrival in AMS, then this will not be possible, though of course you could ask to be put on a different, earlier DTW-AMS flight where such a flight exists).

However, LIN and MXP are both covered by the metropolitan code MIL, so you are still being carried to Milan. This is unlikely to be seen as much of an inconvenience for any traveller bound for Milan. However, if you want to see if you can get refunded, then ask for it. You would have to ask the agent that issued the ticket. I am not sure how they would calculate the value of the refund in such a case, though, as it would most likely have to be repriced as a one-way.

(PS: a "closed-jaw" is more normally called a "return". What you booked looks like an "open-jaw" - it is "closed" at DTW, and "open" at FCO-MIL).

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