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  1. B45
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    Are there any flights before the 20th where I don't have to pay an extra change fee.

    Trying to change my flight to a later time.

    Are there any flights before the 20th where I don't have to pay an extra change fee.

    Is this sentence okay?

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    Re: Are there any flights before the 20th where I don't have to pay an extra change f

    "For which" may be better.

    Not a teacher.

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    Re: Are there any flights before the 20th where I don't have to pay an extra change f

    "For which" is grammatically correct but you'll certainly hear "where" used in this kind of context in BrE.
    Remember - if you don't use correct capitalisation, punctuation and spacing, anything you write will be incorrect.

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