- v. present participle of rebook.
“If roaming agents can't help with certain tasks, such as rebooking, they may direct customers to self-service kiosks or agents at the desk.”
“The majority of credit trades are confirmed electronically, but there are still points of manual intervention, such as rebooking of allocations to funds or novations," he said.”
“The PSS automates potentially complex tasks -- such as rebooking and rerouting passengers”
“Guests can contact the central Service Desk with any general enquiries, such as rebooking a flight or changing their seat.”
“While widespread cancellations can lead to long waits at the airport-ticket counter or on the telephone, airlines in recent years have improved websites to allow for online rebooking.”
“AMR Corp.'s American said Thursday that customers scheduled to fly to, from or through 14 airports in New York, New Jersey, Pennsylvania, Connecticut and Massachusetts on Saturday or Sunday can change their itinerary without paying the usual $150 rebooking fee if they begin their rescheduled trip no later than Monday.”
“This will make things easier when you're dealing with an airline agent for rebooking.”
“Banks could try to minimize their foreign-exchange risk by rebooking assets to safer jurisdictions.”
“Last month, the RBI placed limits on the unhedged currency positions that banks can hold overnight, and banned companies from cancelling and rebooking forwards contracts to clamp down on what it called speculative behavior.”
“Travelers also face fees these days for services that used to be part of the ticket price, such as checking luggage (usually $25 to $35 per bag) and rebooking on a different flight (usually $150 for a domestic flight, more when flying overseas).”
Looking for tweets for rebooking.