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Whoa man...  I just got an email from the 'great no frills airline' that my scheduled flight to Perth has been CANCELLED! URGH!!! Apparently it's because there is a "delay in the delivery of a brand new AirAsia X aircraft". WTF?!

Now they've given me some options:

want to move to the closest flights to your original flight as follows:
-          D72714 on [Friday, [1st October 2010], departing at 2350hrs, arriving in Perth at 0525hrs the next day; or
-          D72714 on [Saturday, [2nd October 2010], departing at 2350hrs, arriving in Perth at 0525hrs the next day
-          wish to move to any of our other Kuala Lumpur - Perth flights of your choice;
-          wish to cancel your ticket and request for a refund;

Haiyaa... I have to make a decision and I'm taking option 2. Option 1 is highly tempting but then my parents, especially Bapak, is hoping that I will be around to go to his good friend's daughter's wedding that day. Now that the flight is 'delayed', we won't have to stress about getting to the LCCT so much anymore. So now, I have to reply back to the airline, quote my flight booking number and tell them to shove it up their arse change my ticket accordingly. I figured, since the original plan was to reach Perth on Saturday night at 10pm, I'd still miss the activities of Perth that day and start my trip proper on the Sunday anyways. I'll make do. I better let Bernie and Mae know about this. And Mark too!

No stress, no stress. No need to stress, no more... :D


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