In November I'm flying from Paris on Air France to Buenos Aires (EZE) and landing at 0915. Then, on the same ticket, was meant to be flying with Aerolineas Argentinas to Ushuaia leaving from AEP at 1320.
AA have just emailed to say that they've changed the flight time to 1100. Given that four hours was already pretty close to the transfer limit given that I have to clear customs and immigration, collect luggage, transfer an hour across the city to AEP and then check in again, two hours is utterly impossible.
From anyone with experience of this airline, what are the chances that in the next nine months things are going to alter again with flight times or even departure airport?
I don't want to make irrevocable decisions now on changing bits if AA are just going to turn around and switch things again, and even if they stuck to the time and changed the airport I'd be more than fine with that, but if from experience once times are changed the new ones stick, I guess I'm going to have to rearrange other legs.
I booked everything through an agent and on one ticket, so will the airlines have to bear the cost of correcting it to times that can be made or am I going to end up stuck paying for their schedule change?