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  1. starflyergold
    starflyergold at |

    Intro is out of the race

  2. David Scherer
    David Scherer at |

    There goes my return TXL-ORD in Feb. Let’s see how long it’ll be till AA let’s me rebook….

    1. Seth Miller
      Seth Miller at |

      Bigger problem is what will AA rebook you on? It’ll be interesting to see what inventory it tries to force open given that it has no direct service to TXL. Or will AA try to make you pay the BA YQ idiocy for that invol rebooking??

    2. David Scherer
      David Scherer at |

      A BA schedule change on a LHR-OTP flight (interestingly it’s part of my outbound with TXL-ORD my return…) caused a 26 hour layover in LHR and AA rebooked me on an earlier ORD-LHR on BA vs my later AA flight and don’t ask for YQ. Maybe they’ll route me through LHR or MAD and do the same? Hoping.

    3. Seth Miller
      Seth Miller at |

      Yeah…sounds like you’ll be taken care of well enough.

    4. David Scherer
      David Scherer at |

      Well. Still not sure it wasn’t a fluke/agent error. We will see soon enough. Haha

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  4. Alastair Majury
    Alastair Majury at |

    Thanks for sharing this news, and allowing us to see a bit more about what Air Berlin’s news means. Thanks again, Alastair Majury.

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