See the end of this discussion. The problem has been fixed. My original complaint was:
I managed to reschedule my trip to Spain for March 2022. I am Flying from Detroit to Seville. On the way back I am flying from Madrid back to Detroit. On the way to Seville the first flight arrives in New York La Guardia at 5:00 PM and leaves from JFK at 9:05 PM.
Did I make a mistake by having to change airports?
My next flight arrives in Madrid at 10:20 AM.
My 3rd flight leaves Madrid at 11:40 AM.
How will I manage at the Airport in Madrid, with only 1 hour and 20 minutes between flights? Will I have to wait in line to get my passport stamped in Madrid? What if I miss my flight to Seville? If I miss my flight, I would be mortified at the money wasted and I would have to see if I could buy a ticket for a bus or train to Seville. What kind of punishment would the airline doll out for missing a flight? Could I get banned from flying home? Why don't the airlines prevent such short layovers from existing? Why don't they program the computers or software so that plane trips would not be offered for sale if a layover would be under 2 hours and 30 minutes?
On the way home I have to switch Airports in New York again. But there are 4 hours and 24 minutes between flights.