Old Aug 13, 02, 3:36 am
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Guy Betsy
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Unfortunately it is not the case as far as AA flights are concerned.

If your ticket has already printed AA flight numbers and dates on it, AA will need to have the correct dates showing on the ticket before they let you board. And if it means reissuing the ticket, that's what they will insist that you do and will charge you the fee for it too!

That is why it is always best to leave your domestic US travels ticket OPEN dated.
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