Why I hate flying, reason #214

Does anyone else think it’s completely unfair that airlines have the right to change your flight itinerary at any time they choose? David & I bought our Christmas tickets to Michigan way back in January through Orbitz. Since then, our flight itinerary has been changed three times – always to more inconvenient times, such as arriving 4 hours later and leaving 3 hours earlier than we had planned and increasing the layover between flights to 7 hours…

I paid (a lot) for the certain times and flights that we wanted. Why can’t the airlines respect that??? I’m already not liking Lufthansa even though I haven’t flown with them yet…

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  • Samantha

    Oh wow, that’s crazy! My recent tickets changed several times in the weeks before I left, but only by a few minutes each time.

  • Samantha

    Oh wow, that’s crazy! My recent tickets changed several times in the weeks before I left, but only by a few minutes each time.

  • ColourMeCrazy

    I didn’t realise that the airlines could just change your flights around! What a pain!

  • ColourMeCrazy

    I didn’t realise that the airlines could just change your flights around! What a pain!

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