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Old 03-15-2018, 11:36 AM
Location: Somewhere in America
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Originally Posted by WestGuest View Post
If AA allows Orbitz to sell tickets and there is a financial agreement, AA should make sure Orbitz informs buyers of AA rules especially if they are important. AA benefits by not doing so because the extra fee is much important than the timing. There was no problem with me being an hour early making the PHX flight in El Paso- slow airport.

My original post asked if there was an agency who regulates this?
It's up to buyers to read all of the fine print. There's TONS of it when you purchase on those sites.
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