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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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2018 inclusive, including on connecting flights to/from New York operated by other airlines; return flights may also be rebooked at the same time (ticket changes can be made without any penalties provided that the new travel date is not later than 14 January; the departure date for the return leg can be changed at the same time provided that the length of the stay does not exceed the originally scheduled period); - receive a full refund at the point of sale of the ticket.
The players' return tickets were also cancelled at one point but according to Ajmal, their flights were rebooked for December 21 after talks with the Uganda Cricket Association (UCA).
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.
Air Arabia: Passengers with existing reservations to Doha beyond June 5 can claim either a full refund or ask to be rebooked onto other destinations.
London's Heathrow Airport said it expected further delays and cancellations of British Airways flights on Sunday and told passengers not to travel to the airport unless they were rebooked on other flights.
PAL said that affected passengers will be rebooked on the next available flights once weather conditions improve.
MANILA -- Ever cancelled or rebooked a flight for unexpected circumstances only to get the runaround, plus extra charges, from your airline?
About 25 per cent of the exhibition floor has already been rebooked for World Travel Market Latin America 2015.
The announcement alone has already caused significant damages since passengers have already rebooked flights and logistic customers have made arrangements with other cargo airlines to secure the transport of their goods," it said in a statement.
Lufthansa check-in desks at Frankfurt were being used as 'rebooking' desks, but queues were short and many had already rebooked online.
You may get an email in the coming days telling you that your airline has rebooked you on a flight from, say, Los Angeles to Cleveland to Chicago to New York.