American Airlines Might Soon Stop You From Changing Your Nonrefundable Flight Tickets

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a airplane that is parked on the side of a road: An American Airlines airplane sits on the tarmac at Terminal 1 of Barcelona El Prat Airport on September 09, 2018 in Barcelona, Spain. (Photo by Horacio Villalobos—Corbis via Getty Images)

American Airlines Group would consider barring passengers from changing nonrefundable tickets if Congress limits what carriers can charge for the adjustments, Chief Executive Officer Doug Parker said Tuesday.

“That non-refundable ticket is of value to us,” Parker told reporters after speaking to a business group in Irving, Texas. “We knew that seat was going to be filled. It allowed us to do other things. We sold the rest of the airplane knowing that seat was going to be filled.”

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