Consumer Protection Law
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Hi, I'm Heather, an attorney with 15 years experience and I'd be glad to assist for informational purposes.
Many times, when you travel on airlines, you have to sign terms and conditions. Often times, your signature is signed electronically. The terms and conditions often state that the airline can change the times at their sole and exclusive discretion. If that is what happened, and if you have signed the usual waiver, you might not have alot of recourse.
If you didn't sign the waiver, and what you were provided was different than what you contracted to purchase, then you could sue for breach of contract.
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