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Old May 17, 19, 12:57 pm
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Originally Posted by warakorn View Post
Fair point.
But the ticket is owned by Expedia. And Expedia as ticket agent can initiate a rebooking themselves before the flight left, as well.
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during day of travel, OTA no longer owns ticket. The operating carrier owns ticket

Sorry to blame OP, but this is what happens when you self connect on different tickets. First trip can be delayed and you miss second trip. No airline is obligated to rebook you for free on the (separate) second ticket

Since it's separate tickets, from AF's point of view, you did no-show them. Expedia told u to get to AF counter asap is the correct move. Too bad their counter is closed - otherwise AF counter may choose to rebook you (or not). They don't have a flat-tire rule
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