Old Feb 9, 19, 7:51 am
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Kmxu
 
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Originally Posted by 2Travelers2go View Post
Just booked a RT non-stop from IAH to SYD earlier this week for travel in April/May. Since this is a "once in a lifetime" trip and a long-haul flight we opted to pay for Premium Economy and selected desired seats. We have already been ticketed/paid for these flights. Looking at UA's website today it appears the non-stop from IAH is no longer there! Only options now seem to be from IAH to SFO or LAX, then on to SYD. Does this mean UA has already canx the IAH-SYD non-stop and we should be prepared for the extra stopover in SFO or LAX? When would they normally advise booked passengers of such a change? Thanks for any insights - this kind of long haul flight is new to us and we thought this flight option was a good one. It will be disappointing if we have to add another leg onto the trip we weren't expecting.
I checked the middle week of April. UA still has IAH-SYD on Monday, Wednesday, Friday and Sunday. So, it is no longer a daily flight.Cheers.
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