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Skipping Your Connecting Flight (DL)  
User currently offlinePgh234 From United States of America, joined Jul 2001, 795 posts, RR: 1
Posted (10 years 3 months 1 week 1 day 12 hours ago) and read 10463 times:

I have a one-way ticket next Monday night for PIT-ATL-MYR. Now I have no longer have the need to go to MYR, but the opportunity conveniently presented itself to go to ATL the same night. Since I am on a cheapy T-fare ticket, refunds are out of the question. As stated in my topic, what, if anything, can the airline do to me for skipping the ATL-MYR segment of my itinerary? What will happen to my frequent flyer miles for jumping ship halfway(getting NW miles on this flight)?

Also, I plan on using AirTran's $55 "x-fare program" to get back to PIT. Anyone else have experiences with the x-fares? How much can I expect to pay after taxes for this?

thanks,
pgh234

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User currently offlineAccess-Air From United States of America, joined Sep 2000, 1939 posts, RR: 13
Reply 1, posted (10 years 3 months 1 week 1 day 12 hours ago) and read 10398 times:

Well first of all Delta WILL NOT ALLOW you to short check your baggage to ATL....especially when you are holind a one way ticket!!!!!!
If you try to cancel that last segment they can nab you for what they term as hidden city ticketing...and charge you the difference right at the counter....and most likely will....Delta is the WORST Airline to try that kind of stuff with!!! If you bought your ticket to MYR cause it was cheaper to do it this way and just think you could get off the plane in ATL.....its not a wise thing to do!!!!

If you get off the plane in ATL and let your bags go on to MYR you might never see them again....because they will prolly go to MYR without you and then you have to explain to Delta why you got off in ATL....
Trust me, I am a travel agent....some of my passenegrs have tried (AGAINST MY ADVICE) to do the very same thing you are suggestiing and they ALWAYS get Caught!!!! My advice....DONT DO THIS!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Access-Air



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User currently offlinePgh234 From United States of America, joined Jul 2001, 795 posts, RR: 1
Reply 2, posted (10 years 3 months 1 week 1 day 11 hours ago) and read 10389 times:

I was not checking bags and, no, this ticket to MYR was not cheaper than one to ATL would have been. But now I dont need to go to MYR. DL is actually getting more $$ out of the deal buying a one-way to MYR over just a cheap ticket to ATL.

pgh234


User currently offlineLono From United States of America, joined Apr 2004, 1335 posts, RR: 1
Reply 3, posted (10 years 3 months 1 week 1 day 11 hours ago) and read 10371 times:

You are flying into the belly of the beast .. and thinking about cheating on your airfare???? DL will hunt you down while you are in ATL!!!!! and make an example of you!!!


Wally Bird Ruled the Skys!
User currently offlineAccess-Air From United States of America, joined Sep 2000, 1939 posts, RR: 13
Reply 4, posted (10 years 3 months 1 week 1 day 11 hours ago) and read 10346 times:

Im telling you, you will be foolish if you try this......Take my 16 years of Travel Agent advice....DONT DO THIS!!!!
If the fares are so cheap to ATL save your Delta ticket for another time and buy a round tripper on AirTran and pay the change fee for Delta later on...even if it is $100.oo plus...It will save you from all kinds of possible problems....Including anything the airline or TSA deems as Suscpicious behaviour!!! Is this worth a possible arrest??? Airlines dont take kindly to these practices and they come down hard on you....Do what you want....but don't blame anyone if you get busted!!!

Access-Air



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User currently offlinePgh234 From United States of America, joined Jul 2001, 795 posts, RR: 1
Reply 5, posted (10 years 3 months 1 week 1 day 11 hours ago) and read 10342 times:

Access-Air...the PIT-MYR ticket was $100 in the first place, PIT-ATL one-way is about $75  Smile So the change fee is going to be more than the whole ticket. (Dont forget you are talking to a poor college student here. haha)

pgh234


User currently offlineDeltaMD11 From United States of America, joined Dec 2002, 1701 posts, RR: 34
Reply 6, posted (10 years 3 months 1 week 1 day 1 hour ago) and read 10211 times:

Lets see....poor college student vs. a travel agent of 16 years who has at one point worked for an airline as a ticketing specialist. I think that you would be wise and heed Access's advice, pgh. The airline is within their rights to charge you the highest fare difference available between PIT and ATL within the class you are seated. Also when you are ticketed (I'm under the assumption that this is an e-ticket but regardless anyways) they have your contact information to pursue the matter. Don't do something that your wallet is going to regret later.

[Edited 2004-07-20 16:47:37]


Too often we ... enjoy the comfort of opinion without the discomfort of thought. - John Fitzgerald Kennedy
User currently offlineN6376m From , joined Dec 1969, posts, RR:
Reply 7, posted (10 years 3 months 1 week 1 day 1 hour ago) and read 10195 times:

I say do it. If you get caught, say you felt sick and got off the plane.

I've often done things like this. For example, I regularly fly out of GNV to AMS through ATL. One time coming back from AMS I decided I'd take a couple of days off and visit family in S. FL. Delta wanted something like $500 to change my ticket versus a $128 (roundtrip fare from ATL to MIA) So I just booked another ticket (one way) from ATL to MIA. Got to ATL and then simply checked in for my new flight. No problem.

Another time I was travelling to Texas on a business trip and then had to make an unscheduled visit to MSP. A last minute fare from HOU / IAH to MSP was going to be a couple thousand dollars. However a fare from ATL to MSP was going to be about $300. Use the return portion of my GNV - HOU ticket to get to ATL and then checked in for the MSP flight. No problem and even earned Skymiles on the flights.



User currently offlinePetazulu From United States of America, joined Jan 2003, 701 posts, RR: 1
Reply 8, posted (10 years 3 months 1 week 1 day ago) and read 10123 times:

Do it. I do it all the time! If you have no checked baggage and no return segment- there is nothing - NOTHING- they can do! People do it for work all the time.

How could Delta charge you the fare difference if you are already gone by the time they realize you missed your connection to MYR. They can't. Period. That travel agent guy is just overreacting.
Now- if you have a roundtrip- you would be foolish to pull this stunt on the outbound leg.


User currently offlineVenezuela747 From United States of America, joined Jan 2004, 1428 posts, RR: 5
Reply 9, posted (10 years 3 months 1 week 1 day ago) and read 10094 times:

Here is my advice:

If you have to do it, then go ahead.

You wont loose you luggage because you are not checking any. And if DL catches just explain them. You might have trouble on the way back when you try to check back in something bad could happen to your reservation.

Again if its a must then go ahead, but I would go with the travel Agent advice



ROLL TIDE!!!
User currently offlineCedarjet From United Kingdom, joined May 1999, 8145 posts, RR: 54
Reply 10, posted (10 years 3 months 1 week 1 day ago) and read 10051 times:

If Delta set TSA personnel on customers who use the Hidden City trick, DL should be blacklisted by anyone who cares about freedom. If this is really true, and the gentleman who started the thread is really risking arrest, then America has finally surpassed the Soviet Union for lack of personal freedom.

That said, I find Access-Air's scenario so implausible that I will go with the majority and advise (as a travel agent and airline staff member 1990-1995) you to use the damn ticket.



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User currently offlineBCAInfoSys From , joined Dec 1969, posts, RR:
Reply 11, posted (10 years 3 months 1 week 23 hours ago) and read 10040 times:

Cedarjet -

Don't worry.. America is not that point of being a police state. He's not risking arrest. The travel agent is just overreacting. I promise you..

If it's a one-way and you're not checking any bags, then by all means, go ahead and jump ship in ATL. There is nothing they can do to you... I promise you, you'll be fine.

Steve


User currently offlineLuv2fly From United States of America, joined May 2003, 12119 posts, RR: 49
Reply 12, posted (10 years 3 months 1 week 23 hours ago) and read 10030 times:
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No checked luggage and you no longer need to go to MYR, then by all means end your journey in ATL and call it a day........


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User currently offlineJkudall From United States of America, joined Mar 2004, 615 posts, RR: 1
Reply 13, posted (10 years 3 months 1 week 23 hours ago) and read 10007 times:

It is true....maybe no one will find out. But it really isn't that hard for us to find out. An agent can see right there in your record that you didn't get on a plane. It might bring a little curiosity. You would be surprised at some of the things people try to get away with. We aren't that stupid, people.

I realize you are on a one way ticket, and this is mostly for other people out there who are thinking about doing this.....

As earlier said if you do get caught, Delta has the right to charge you the difference between the fare you paid and the fare you would have paid.

In addition to that, Delta can cancel the remainder of your itinerary or confiscate any unused flight coupons.

They can also refuse to allow you on any flight in your itinerary or refuse any checked baggage.

So basically when you do this you void the contract of carriage and Delta can pretty much do whatever they want to your ticket.

[Edited 2004-07-20 18:29:38]

User currently offlineSsides From United States of America, joined Feb 2001, 4059 posts, RR: 21
Reply 14, posted (10 years 3 months 1 week 23 hours ago) and read 9992 times:

I haven't done this thing per se, but I have bought round-trip tickets and not used the return leg. For example, when I studied in London for a semester, I booked ABI-IAH-DCA round-trip on CO so I could stop and see friends in DC for a few days before I headed to Europe. I never used the return leg of that itinerary.

I then traveled DCA-JFK-LHR on AA, and returned a few months later LGW-DFW-ABI on AA. CO never said anything about my missed return flight from DCA, and I never was charged or anything.



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User currently offlineBluejackets From United States of America, joined Mar 2004, 280 posts, RR: 3
Reply 15, posted (10 years 3 months 1 week 23 hours ago) and read 9973 times:

I would go for it .. I had the same situation last year when going from RSW-PIT-CMH on US and didn't want to go to CMH just yet so I walked out of the PIT airport when I got there no problem.. you should be fine.


It's funny when I tell people I love planes and they think I'm weird.
User currently offlineLaddb From United States of America, joined Feb 2001, 220 posts, RR: 0
Reply 16, posted (10 years 3 months 1 week 23 hours ago) and read 9969 times:

I've done this a couple times too, but not to save money. Both times, there was no problem, it was on the return and I had no checked luggage. However, that was pre 9-11. Now they probably check, and when they realize there is one fewer person on the plane, they will probably have to determine if you had any checked bags or not. What is the SOP for airlines when they realize someone who has checked in is not on the flight?

Back in 1998, I had to go to MSP for some training courses. I had to go in February (burrrr) and April. Since neither was over a Saturday, it raised the price of the ticket considerably. The travel agent my company uses bought me two sets of tickets, but one set was leaving MCO and going to MSP and the return, but the other was for MSP to MCO with the return. She printed out my boarding passes and told me to use one from each ticket set. Needless to say, I was a bit worried I'd get caught. I told her I did not mind paying the full fare since it was a business trip, but she insisted she had done this many times and it was fine. And it was. I'd never do it now.



User currently offlineEA CO AS From United States of America, joined Nov 2001, 13648 posts, RR: 62
Reply 17, posted (10 years 3 months 1 week 23 hours ago) and read 9955 times:
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As an airline employee, I firmly believe the Eleventh Commandment should be "Thou Shalt Not Get Away With It." Why must EVERYONE assume that rules don't apply to them?  Insane

Having said that, if you're not checking any baggage and only have a one-way (with no other flights to place in jeopardy, since they WILL cancel anything left if you no-show any part of your itinerary) there's really no harm by jumping ship in ATL.

You'll just be robbing DL of revenue they're legally entitled to, since they have the right to have your ticket reissued to reflect the actual value of a new ATL only ticket, and you're tying up inventory on the ATL-MYR flight that they could potentially sell to someone else.

But hey, if you can live with yourself for thinking you're above the rules, knock yourself out.



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User currently offlineGreg From United Kingdom, joined May 2005, 0 posts, RR: 0
Reply 18, posted (10 years 3 months 1 week 23 hours ago) and read 9945 times:

Used to do it all the time.
Never had a problem or a complaint from the airline.
It's not like it's illegal!


User currently offlineJkudall From United States of America, joined Mar 2004, 615 posts, RR: 1
Reply 19, posted (10 years 3 months 1 week 22 hours ago) and read 9880 times:

One thing I forgot to mention....

If an airline does find out about this, you may also be disqualified from their frequent flier program. Meaning, any miles you have earned may not be redeemed for awards or other perks and any awards you have earned can be taken away. That would really suck if you were an elite member.

And just because someone at the airline doesn't find out about it right away, doesn't mean you got away with it. All airlines will frequently audit passenger records and frequent flier accounts to find fraudulent activity. So they could still find out about it down the road and still impose the penalties upon you.

I am not trying to be mean about it, but just warn you of the things that could happen if you get caught.

[Edited 2004-07-20 19:25:00]

User currently offlineN6376m From , joined Dec 1969, posts, RR:
Reply 20, posted (10 years 3 months 1 week 22 hours ago) and read 9870 times:

I love the airline people arguing that this is so bad because it violates the contract of carriage provisions. Well how many times a day does Delta violate it's contract with a paying passenger by overbooking over the permissible amount, or by canceling a flight for a reason they can control.

I guess you could sue Delta each time, but the cure is worse than the solution. Contract for carriage are almost unconscionable because they are so one sided. I've caught plenty of gate agents, at Delta and other airlines lying about why a flight was cancelled / delayed so that they could get out of offering compensations or dealing with the crowd issues that arise.

The market value of anything are what a willing buyer and a willing seller agree on. Delta agreed to fly you from point a to point b and back for X dollars. Whether you decide you want to fly back to point b is your choice.

At worse this is a civil breach of contract claim and has absolutely nothing to do with legality or violation of the law.

Given Delta's financial condition, they should be doing whatever possible to encourage people to fly their planes (and possibly modeling themselves after the LCC fare structures) which ignore whether the flight is round-trip or one way. Perhaps if they spent more time listening to what customers want and meeting those needs, they'd spend less time talking to bankruptcy attorneys.


User currently offlineVenezuela747 From United States of America, joined Jan 2004, 1428 posts, RR: 5
Reply 21, posted (10 years 3 months 1 week 22 hours ago) and read 9857 times:

Here is my second advice:

Online Check-in!!!!

Ssides:
I dont think airlines care much if you dont do the return on a roundtrip. I did when I moved to the US, I had to have a return ticket to show at the inmigration counter but my family settled here and we never used and lost about 200$ ( the difference between One-way and Round-trip)



ROLL TIDE!!!
User currently offlineSmcmac32msn From United States of America, joined May 2004, 2211 posts, RR: 4
Reply 22, posted (10 years 3 months 1 week 22 hours ago) and read 9815 times:

I don't see the problem. He's a poor college student (key word: poor = not flying often). He probably doesn't have a frequent flyer #, so that doesn't matter to him. He has no bags to check and they probably will have standbys for the ATL-MYR segment that will be able to get on in his place. He's not flying back on DL, so they can't do anything to his return ticket(s). Its perfectly fine, go for it.

BTW, the TSA screens bags/passengers, it doesn't worry about who gets on a flight and who doesnt. That would be the DHS, and if they have time to go and find each person who misses a connecting flight, we'd all be in jail @ Guantanamo Bay, Cuba or some ungodly place like that.



Hey Obama, keep the change! I want my dollar back.
User currently offlinePetazulu From United States of America, joined Jan 2003, 701 posts, RR: 1
Reply 23, posted (10 years 3 months 1 week 22 hours ago) and read 9799 times:

Jkudall,
You have no idea what you are talking about. Delta will:
a. Cancel remaining itinerary (who cares as that is only the flight you don't want)
b. Thats it!

There is absolutely nothing they can do about it! Period. How could they charge you the difference in fare if you already left the airport! On your credit card? That would be illegal and they would

a. never get the money from the cardholder
b. never get any future business from that cardholder

I have done this a half dozen times with ZERO issues. I have even flown out on a new ticket with the same airline the same day and had no problems whatsoever.


User currently offlineJjbiv From United States of America, joined Jan 2001, 1226 posts, RR: 5
Reply 24, posted (10 years 3 months 1 week 21 hours ago) and read 9781 times:

N6376m,

Wow! We're going to have a good debate here...

First, DL's CoC is available at http://www.delta.com/pdfs/contract_of_carriage_dom.pdf.

Overbooking (by any amount) and canceling flights (regardless of reason) are both protected activities under DL's CoC (see exception 2 to rule 115 and rule 240, respectively). As you can see for yourself, DL does not "violate" the Contract by engaging in these activities, rather it incurs varying obligations to its passengers depending on the act in question. Thus, I'd say the number of times DL knowingly violates the CoC per day approaches zero considering the number of passenger interactions by the airline per day. If you'd like to sue DL next time they violate the CoC with you, have at it. Good luck!

"Contract for carriage are almost unconscionable because they are so one sided."

You're forgetting something here. The airline is offering to transport you in exchange for specified remuneration. You're not forced to fly with Delta if you don't accept the terms of your contract with them as a passenger in much the same way you're not forced to be party to any contract containing terms you disagree with. You buy the ticket, you agree to its terms. It's that simple.

"I've caught plenty of gate agents, at Delta and other airlines lying about why a flight was cancelled / delayed so that they could get out of offering compensations or dealing with the crowd issues that arise."

I'd remind you that what might appear to the passenger as a lie may merely be the result of the many complicating factors involved in running an airline. If the weather goes to hell and you're left with too few planes to run the schedule as planned, is that a weather or controllable delay? What if you cancel the least booked flight as a result of said weather system in order to run a flight that is full? Controllable or not? There is a ton of gray area in airline operations. Yet the passengers always feel as if they are getting screwed and lied to since everyone and their brother knows how to run an airline better than the people who do it for a living. Folks, just because the view outside the window where you're standing is sunny, the weather 200 (or more!) miles away may be crap. It doesn't suit the airline to not fly their schedule -- DL doesn't get to recognize your ticket revenue as being earned until you're on a plane enroute. If airlines could make the weather, every day would be 60 degrees, sunny, calm wind and no precipitation or convective activity. We're not out to get you. All that said, if an agent of the airline legitimately lies to you, you have a case. Call the 800-number to double check on the cause of any delay or cancellation if you like. I'd be willing to bet that the "problem" you speak of either isn't in fact an issue or is just a matter of a few misinformed, perhaps malcontent employees.

"The market value of anything are what a willing buyer and a willing seller agree on. Delta agreed to fly you from point a to point b and back for X dollars. Whether you decide you want to fly back to point b is your choice."

Right on. I couldn't agree with your first sentence more. Which is exactly why you would be depriving DL of revenue they richly deserve. You seem big on open markets, thus I'd expect you'd see what's wrong in cheating DL in this manner. By telling DL you're going somewhere you aren't in order to get off halfway there is fraudulent. See rule 100, section G, paragraph 3, item C.

Remember: if you want DL to stick to the CoC when it suits you, you must do the same when it suits them. That's a basic tenant of contract theory.

"Given Delta's financial condition, they should be doing whatever possible to encourage people to fly their planes (and possibly modeling themselves after the LCC fare structures) which ignore whether the flight is round-trip or one way. Perhaps if they spent more time listening to what customers want and meeting those needs, they'd spend less time talking to bankruptcy attorneys."

If you have all the answers, why not sell your executive services to DL? You may be correct on all you say, however the discussion here is not regarding what DL ought to be, it is about the terms agreed to when a ticket was purchased for transportation over the lines of Delta. That is a positive issue of contract law; therefore your normative logic does not apply.

joe


25 VgnAtl747 : If you're not checking bags, and you haven't physically checked-in for the ATL-MYR leg, they will just count you as a no-show. Generally, all flights
26 Petazulu : JKudall, Please tell me you are not serious! An audit of FF flying activities with subsequent cancellation of flying rights and/or miles! That is the
27 B727 : Either way DL will make out if you skip your flight. They will have your money that you have already paid. They will also sell you empty seat to a sta
28 Pgh234 : Thanks for your help everyone Yes, I am not that frequent of a flyer, I have about 13,000 NW WorldPerks miles that this flight would be crediting (i.e
29 Access-Air : Petazulu, I am not messed up at all.....I just cannot believe everyone is encouraging this young guy to do something that could get him in trouble...a
30 Pshifrin : Last year I flew LGA-PBI-LGA on Delta (Song). I wanted to leave early and DL wanted $100 to change my ticket. Checking online I saw they were selling
31 AirTran737 : Screw it. If you have a one way ticket, with no luggage to check, I say go for it, what can they do? Hell, I'll look at the loads on FL and tell you i
32 Mcmahonsmr : Here's my two cents . . . You have a one way ticket. You have no checked baggage. Simply check-in either online, at a kiosk, or even with an agent. Yo
33 Velocityair : Jump ship fella. Delta can eat it, those frisky kitties.
34 Starlionblue : Next week I was supposed to do LGA-RDU-JFK on AA. Now my plans have chaged (those pesky customers) and I will instead drive RDU-CLT and since AA can't
35 Flairport : What's the worst that can happen. You can tell them it was your first time at ATL and you got lost getting to the gate and decided to take a rental ca
36 N102daman : Several Things I would like to address first is PGH234s question, I am a CSA ATL. I have worked MANY MYR flights and most of the time they are oversol
37 Pgh234 : Wow N102daman, thanks! That was definately one of the most helpful and informative posts I've ever seen in the forums, I welcome you to my respected u
38 Venezuela747 : You learn from watching other people make mistakes ( or at least you should) .......so DO IT, and if we dont hear from you in a few days we assume you
39 Acho : I did something similar, I had a MTY-MEX-ACA trip on MX. Then all of a sudden I dinn't have to leave from Monterrey, but from Reynosa (REX). I had a o
40 Lrgt : WHY IS THIS BEING DEBATED IF YOU ARE NOT CHECKING BAGGAGE??? You are going to be called a no show and your ticket for the connecting flight that you d
41 AirframeAS : Im telling you, you will be foolish if you try this......Take my 16 years of Travel Agent advice....DONT DO THIS!!!! If the fares are so cheap to ATL
42 Lrgt : WHAT? Even if you paid by CC, it is ARC with your credit card number not DL! DL could not charge you if they wanted to, WHICH THEY WON'T! I have never
43 Tsentsan : I did jump ship once on SIA just last year. My ticket was booked PEN-SIN//SIN-PER//PER-SIN-PEN where // indicates a stopover. On way back from Perth,
44 JGPH1A : Re: But hey, if you can live with yourself for thinking you're above the rules, knock yourself out. If the airlines can live with themselves for comin
45 Ushermittwoch : As said above, the fare just to ATL was cheaper (see reply #2), DL is making money (and saving money on the one beverage and bag of pretzels). So they
46 Pilatusguy : I've done this before - even with checked luggage. Holding a ticket LAX-ZRH-MUC and just getting off at ZRH didn't cause any problems. Just told the c
47 N6376m : Jjbiv Sorry for my delay in responding but I was on another trip on DL. First of all, I am in no way denying that to skip your last segment is a viola
48 Jeffie813 : The very next day, the Delta Police, dressed in all black, came to my door and arrested me for violating their CoC. Don't do it! You will spend the ne
49 Pgh234 : Alright everyone, it looks like I am going to do this. Few more questions for those more knowledgeable than me though... 1. Where and when should I te
50 Post contains images AirframeAS : 2. Yes, I did pay by credit card...should i worry? I wouldn't worry about it because they cant, by law, charge your card without your authorization or
51 Evergreen : Am I missing something entirely here? For all the talk of CoC and breaking the rules and, incredibly, thinking myself "above" the others, just what do
52 Skyhawk : I brought all of this up to my husband earlier today(he is an SEC for Delta at Laguardia). According to him, Delta can indeed make changes to your cre
53 Starlionblue : I still find the whole discussion ludicrous. Not because of the legality, which we can debate for a few more hundred posts, but because people skip th
54 TxAgKuwait : >>Petazulu, I am not messed up at all.....I just cannot believe everyone is encouraging this young guy to do something that could get him in trouble..
55 Starlionblue : Exactly, it's his seat. He paid for it, after all. If the airline keeps it empty on the skipped leg they have even saved an infinitesimal amount of fu
56 N6376m : For all this talk of what DL could do, who knows anyone who has actually had DL bill them for another ticket when this occured? I know plenty of FF wh
57 Luv2fly : I honestly do not believe this thread is still going.......
58 Sllevin : Folks, Delta might care if they saw a pattern. There are any number of legitimate reasons why one might miss a flight, or two ... perhaps more dependi
59 Post contains images AFHokie : Remember PIT is a hotly contested market. That is why your ticket was so cheap. If that's the case, they why is it that on average the cheapest ticket
60 FlyMeToTheMoon : It is amazing to see that while we scream at airlines trying to shortcomings us (passengers) out of our rights we have no problems in breaching a cont
61 Skyhawk : What has bothered me about this whole discussion is that stealing, lying, and cheating are being condoned by the majority of the people here. If someo
62 Post contains images StargoldLHR : I knew somewone who jumped ship mid way once... At first nothing happened... then a few weeks later he didnt come home one night. Later there were sto
63 NonRevKing : I'm willing to bet good money that Delta, and just about any other airline, has computer systems in place to track deceptive ticketing. You are extrem
64 Adriaticus : Skyhawk... for as much as I may agree with you cheating should not be encouraged... C'mon. This example would be neither cheating nor stealing; what's
65 Post contains images Pgh234 : Well everyone, I just talked with 3 seperate DL reservation agents and all said just to fly anyways and perhaps be nice and tell the MYR gate agent in
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