name is Jennifer Crespo (trip * ***********), myself and my travel partner, Angelica Salgado, booked the below itinerary (her trip * is ***-***-***-**.)**Please see the all the way BELOW CONFIRMATION EMAIL I RECEIVED after booking. **Singapore airlines changed their flight departure time from **:** AM (originally, please see below) to later on changing it to a *:** PM departure time. I received an email from priceline.com letting me know if this change...here is an excerpt from that email:****There are changes to your itinerary!*On August **th **** your airline adjusted their schedule and as a result made changes to your flight itinerary. Your travel date(s), time(s), flight numbers, operating airline, or airports may have changed. The itinerary reflects the airline schedule changes as provided by the airline. Please review carefully.*Your trip is in *** days.*Airline Confirmation Number:Alaska Airlines: THWXTK, Singapore Airlines: OQFR** Priceline Trip Number: ***-***-***-** *Confirmation emailed to: *****@***.com *Print Email *Add to Calendar*This presents MANY PROBLEMS FOR US:**** - What you don't see on this itinerary is that I am actually flying in from New York (separate ticket) to San Jose. So I have a * hour flight form NY to SJC, then a * hour flight from SJC to LAX then a **.* hr flight from LAX to NRT. I chose this itinerary because it only had a * hour layover in LAX. My body cannot handle so much flying with an additional * hours * layover time. **** - Our hotel in Tokyo for the night of arrival on ****** is a boutique hotel which is not staffed all night. It is already pre paid. We cannot arrive so late at night. We have lost our money for that hotel. **** - Most importantly, we have a meeting on ****** in the late afternoon. That is why we scheduled the flights this way, we intended to land at *:** PM as per the original booking. We have now missed the meeting.**Please let us know how you can help as we cannot keep the flight as it has been changed to with the *:** PM change.**I am looking forward to hearing from you. Again, please see below the original confirmation that shows a **:** AM Singapore airlines departure.***Sent: Thursday, July **, **** *:** PM*To: *****@***.com*Subject: Confirmation for Alaska Airlines booking ************ *Google Flights logo*Hi Jennifer!*Thanks for booking with Priceline on Google — your reservation is confirmed.*Priceline*Your Priceline Trip Number*************Round trip to Tokyo**Wed, Apr * * San Jose to Tokyo*Alaska Airlines**:** AM–*:** AM * *h **m*SJC (San Jose International Airport)–LAX (Los Angeles International Airport)*Alaska Airlines *****Layover in Los Angeles * *h *m*Singapore Airlines***:** AM–*:** PM * **h **m*LAX (Los Angeles International Airport)–NRT (Narita International Airport)*Singapore Airlines ****Wed, Apr ** * Tokyo to San Jose*Singapore Airlines**:** PM–*:** PM * **h **m*NRT (Narita International Airport)–LAX (Los Angeles International Airport)*Singapore Airlines ***Layover in Los Angeles * *h **m*Alaska Airlines**:** PM–*:** PM * *h **m*LAX (Los Angeles International Airport)–SJC (San Jose International Airport)*Alaska Airlines *****Passenger**Jennifer Crespo*Payment method**Visa***********Total paid to Priceline*$***.***with fare, taxes * fees*Need help? 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With few exceptions, including failure to comply with the carrier''s check-in deadline (which are available upon request from the air carrier), persons denied boarding involuntarily are entitled to compensation. The complete rules for the payment of compensation and each airline''s boarding priorities are available at all airport ticket counters and boarding locations. Some airlines do not apply these consumer protections to travel from some foreign countries, although other consumer protections may be available. Check with your airline or your travel agent.*Baggage liability*For flights within the U.S., federal rules require any limit on an airline''s baggage liability to be at least $*,*** per passenger. For international travel (including domestic portions of international journeys) different liability limitations apply to the loss, delay, or damage to baggage. If the Montreal Convention applies, the limit is *,*** Special Drawing Rights (approximately $*,*** per passenger) unless a higher value is declared in advance and additional charges are paid. If the Warsaw Convention applies, the limit is approximately $*.** per pound ($**.** per kilogram) for checked baggage and $*** per passenger for unchecked baggage unless a higher value is declared in advance and additional charges are paid. Excess valuation may not be declared on certain types of valuable articles. Airlines may assume no liability for fragile or perishable articles. Check with your airline.*TSA data collection*The Transportation Security Administration of the U.S. Department of Homeland Security requires us to collect information from you for purposes of watch list screening, under the authority of ** U.S.C. section ***, and the Intelligence Reform and Terrorism Prevention Act of ****. 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