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  • verb Third-person singular simple present indicative form of rebook.

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Examples

  • That amount would rise to $400, in addition to the one-way cost of their ticket, in cases where the airline rebooks them on a flight that arrives fewer than two hours after their original one.

    White House Moves to Ease Holiday Air Travel

  • "In general terms, passengers have to incur a loss to claim on their insurance and if the airline rebooks passengers or offers some form of compensation, such as accommodation, a loss may not have been incurred."

    NEWS.com.au | Top Stories

  • The airline -- like most of its competitors -- automatically rebooks passengers on the next available flight following a cancellation and tries to get in touch by phone or e-mail to help people plan ahead.

    Raw Story

  • The airline - like most of its competitors - automatically rebooks passengers on the next available flight following a cancellation and tries to get in touch by phone or e-mail to help people plan ahead.

    Raw Story

  • The airline - like most of its competitors - automatically rebooks passengers on the next available flight following a cancellation and tries to get in touch by phone or e-mail to help people plan ahead.

    News24 Top Stories

  • The airline - like most of its competitors - automatically rebooks passengers on the next available flight following a cancellation and tries to get in touch by phone or e-mail to help people plan ahead.

    The Sydney Morning Herald News Headlines

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