We purchased ailine tickets through a private business. They were purchased as a package at a local charity event. The private business had donated them. They booked our flight through American Express Travel. I just needed to select the flights from what was offered on the day we were traveling. At the time I booked there were only two cholces for a nonstop flight. One was not at a time that would work for us. We went with a flight through AirTran. I have never used that airline but I did learn through DIS that they tend to change their flights. I was fine with that. About two weeks ago I got an e-mail from the person from the business that booked the trip for us saying that they changed our flight. I was prepared and am ok with it even though it means that we leave an hour earler and get there about 3 hours later. I just went to the AirTran website and see that the flight from Atlanta to Orlando has a new arrivial time which is now a half hour later. I also see though that there is a flight listed with our same original departure city that leaves Atlanta about an hour and a half earlier than the one we are scheduled for. Both these options have the same price. Would you do the following: 1. Call the business that was kind enough to make a donation to a worthy cause and see if they will call to see if we change the flight. 2. Call American Express yourself and see if you can change the flight. 4. Go directly through AirTran to change the flight. 3. Leave it alone. You never know if the original flight will be late and you may need that 3.5 hour layover in Atlanta. If this is the case do you think it would be possible that if we are on time we could possibly try and get on the earlier flight by flying on standby?