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Couple Questions About Cancel or Rebooking (to merge)

Couple Questions About Cancel or Rebooking (to merge)

Old Apr 13, 20, 8:17 pm
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Couple Questions About Cancel or Rebooking (to merge)

So I have a late May flight Canada to USA. It was ticketed in February. When I go in to the flight, there is only the option to cancel. I'd be happy to rebook this at Christmas time but no option to do so as it shows in their how to guide.

- Anyone know why I wouldn't have a rebook option?
- If my new flight is cheaper than the original, will I get a credit?
- Will my purchased MCE seats transfer over to the new flight?
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Old Apr 14, 20, 8:27 am
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Originally Posted by theshaun View Post
So I have a late May flight Canada to USA. It was ticketed in February. When I go in to the flight, there is only the option to cancel. I'd be happy to rebook this at Christmas time but no option to do so as it shows in their how to guide.

- Anyone know why I wouldn't have a rebook option?
- If my new flight is cheaper than the original, will I get a credit?
- Will my purchased MCE seats transfer over to the new flight?
As with a lot of things AA you just need to call.

When you call, you can change to new dates in December for no fee. You will not get a credit if the new flights are now cheaper.

If the new December flights are cheaper, and there has been a schedule change since you booked it (likely), then you can ask to just cancel for a full refund, then rebook whatever you want.
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Old Apr 14, 20, 7:37 pm
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Called AA. Rebooked to Dec and was given a credit for the difference.
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