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theshaun Sep 7, 20 8:03 pm

Canceled Segments
 
I have a Christmas time booking that I rescheduled from a trip I couldn't take this Summer. But a few weeks ago, AA canceled all flights out of and to YVR. This has left me with the middle segments in my account. I received no notice from AA on this.

I'm not sure what the best course of action is here. Should I call AA and see if they can add a partner connection out of YVR to SEA or PDX, or should I just let it sit as is until closer to the time?

If they are able to add a partner connection and I'm not able to make the trip, would I still be eligible for refund?

mvoight Sep 7, 20 9:33 pm


Originally Posted by theshaun (Post 32659362)
I have a Christmas time booking that I rescheduled from a trip I couldn't take this Summer. But a few weeks ago, AA canceled all flights out of and to YVR. This has left me with the middle segments in my account. I received no notice from AA on this.

I'm not sure what the best course of action is here. Should I call AA and see if they can add a partner connection out of YVR to SEA or PDX, or should I just let it sit as is until closer to the time?

If they are able to add a partner connection and I'm not able to make the trip, would I still be eligible for refund?

If you agree to a flight change, then you will not get a refund later.
If any new tciketing requires adding segments, you should be able to cancel and get a refund.
A bit more ione the new and old routings you are considering would be helpful

IADCAflyer Sep 7, 20 10:24 pm

If you really want to do the trip, Alaska is going to be your friend. Do your research and find the flights you want and call them. Its much easier if the flights you want are AA code flights as opposed to straight AS code flights.

flyerCO Sep 7, 20 11:53 pm


Originally Posted by IADCAflyer (Post 32659537)
If you really want to do the trip, Alaska is going to be your friend. Do your research and find the flights you want and call them. Its much easier if the flights you want are AA code flights as opposed to straight AS code flights.

Only if this is not an award. If an award, AS must have award available or AA can't book it. Unlikely they won't but still a concern for awards.

IADCAflyer Sep 8, 20 12:00 am

Probably helps to know the routing too.


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