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Re: Southwest Flights for SDCC 2020 Available
« Reply #30 on: February 13, 2020, 06:57:01 PM »
So, silly question with reading here that some folks have to change flights.  My schedule showed a MAX on the way home, but now today, it doesn't.  So I didn't have to change anything it seems.
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Re: Southwest Flights for SDCC 2020 Available
« Reply #31 on: February 13, 2020, 07:12:36 PM »
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So, silly question with reading here that some folks have to change flights.  My schedule showed a MAX on the way home, but now today, it doesn't.  So I didn't have to change anything it seems.

I guess I don't know how you see the plane or know you need to change your flight.  DO they notify you?  They are still selling tickets for my flight so I assume I am good?
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Re: Southwest Flights for SDCC 2020 Available
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Re: Southwest Flights for SDCC 2020 Available
« Reply #32 on: February 13, 2020, 07:18:40 PM »
Okay found out all my flights are on a 737, however, all the flights from Denver including those with stops are on 737.  I can't imagine they just aren't going to San Diego so I wonder if they are canceling those or some of those flights will change planes. 
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Re: Southwest Flights for SDCC 2020 Available
« Reply #33 on: February 13, 2020, 07:44:01 PM »
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I guess I don't know how you see the plane or know you need to change your flight.  DO they notify you?  They are still selling tickets for my flight so I assume I am good?
The reservation details shows the scheduled aircraft.  Mine had MAX a couple days ago, no longer now.

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Re: Southwest Flights for SDCC 2020 Available
« Reply #34 on: February 13, 2020, 07:55:09 PM »
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The reservation details shows the scheduled aircraft.  Mine had MAX a couple days ago, no longer now.



My app didnt' for some reason but I went to the site and it looks like mine are not the Max so I still get to go to San Diego!!
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Re: Southwest Flights for SDCC 2020 Available
« Reply #35 on: February 14, 2020, 09:10:06 AM »
I have 2 big trips (4 flights) booked on Southwest this summer (neither of which are SDCC). Both of them got emails yesterday saying that the flights had been changed. 2 of them were small differences (5 and 10 minute changes in departure times), one was just a change in flight number, but one was a massive change. Instead of a one stop (no plane change) flight leaving at 4:50 pm, we were now on a two-stop (no plane change) flight that took an extra 3 hours of travel time and left at 10:05 am. This threw off our entire travel itinerary. My husband and I decided to split, so we wanted to each move to different flights. I called up Southwest last night and the rep was able to switch everything for me, no charge, on the phone, even though I had booked it all online and had a companion ticket on my flight. My husband's flight was actually $15 cheaper than what we paid when we booked it, so they refunded the difference to our credit card (rather than making it a Southwest credit).

I was very  happy with the customer service on this. If anyone has even the slightest change in their flights, I highly recommend calling Southwest and getting what you want. Just search up your desired flights online first and then let them know.