Here’s a tip the AirFareWatchDog blog stumbled across: If you’re late for a flight by no more than two hours because of a mitigating circumstance, like the eponymous flat-tire, and pitch your legitimate woe to the airline they will sometimes, at their discretion, let you rebook without paying an extra fee. [AirFareWatchDog] (Photo: madmolecule)
Late For A Flight? Try The "Flat Tire Rule" And Rebook Without Fee
By Ben Popken December 9, 2008
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