rebook

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re·book

 (rē-bo͝ok′)
v. re·booked, re·book·ing, re·books
v.tr.
1. To book again.
2. To change a booking for (a performance or reservation).
v.intr.
To make a new booking: rebooked on another airline.

rebook

(riːˈbʊk)
vb
to book (tickets, a journey, etc) again
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Cebu Pacific advised its affected passengers to either rebook their flights within 30 days, have a full refund, or place the cost of the ticket in a Travel Fund for future use.
Passengers ticketed on delayed flights may (at no additional cost): - rebook for departure dates up to 14.
Our return tickets were blocked and we had informed Uganda Cricket Association and with some pressure we managed to rebook our return flight for December 21.
So if you're not being rebooked within a few days, the rules suggest you have grounds to rebook with a rival and claim compensation.
A busy time for customer complaints So if you're not being rebooked within a few days, the rules suggest you have grounds to rebook with a rival and claim compensation.
Like JetBlue Airways, most major airlines are allowing customers to rebook their flights without facing additional fees.
Malaysian resident Azriza Tanjung said she hopes the airline could rebook their flight on June 20.
After finding out they would not be departing for Dusseldorf as planned, the group joined "another queue the length of the airport" to get a number to rebook.
Rebook their flights for travel within 30 days from original departure date.
Sales of an insurance product that allows travellers to rebook when their flight is hit by strike action have jumped by 10% in the last 10 days, according to one travel insurance provider.
Until now, airlines have had discretion over whether to grant a refund or rebook passengers.
Passengers booked on flight BA2203 on 27 October 2011 may either rebook onto another British Airways flight at no extra cost, subject to availability or cancel the booking and obtain a refund in the original form of payment.