Old Apr 2, 06, 3:51 am
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notam2
 
Join Date: Aug 2004
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Don't think of it as a breach of contract. If the contract stipulates that, with sufficient notice, the airline can change your itinerary, and your only recourse is a full refund or the new itinerary, then the airline could be considered to be exercising its contractual right to change your itinerary (or provide a refund). I think a standard contract of carriage allows airlines the ability to do this, it is just a real pain when they choose to exercise this right.
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