“We’ve made a change to your upcoming trip.”
Joanie Tran knows airline emails with that subject line are rarely good news, especially during a pandemic when airlines are cutting flights.
But the flight changes Southwest Airlines sent the 28-year-old human resources manager and her family and friends Tuesday for a September vacation in Lake Tahoe are a doozy.
Tran’s nonstop flight from San Diego to Reno, Nevada, turned into a connecting flight via Oakland, California. That’s not a dealbreaker, but this is: the connecting flight Southwest booked her on leaves 10 minutes before the first flight lands.
Her sister’s new itinerary doesn’t even make sense. She was on the same nonstop San Diego-Reno flight as the entire group of 15, but the new reservation shows her departing trip beginning in Oakland, stopping in Las Vegas and arriving in Reno. It also lists, for the same day but under “returning flight,” a San Diego-Oakland flight at a time when she is due to be in the air from Oakland to Las Vegas.
“It’s ridiculous,” she said. “They have it all mixed up.”
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