hmflyer
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Nonrevving On Jetblue

Sun Aug 18, 2002 4:56 pm

Does anyone know if Jetblue sells nonrev tickets to employees of other airlines? I work for CO and was curious, we don't have a non-rev agreement with them. Thanks.
 
ASA_737
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RE: Nonrevving On Jetblue

Sun Aug 18, 2002 6:37 pm

Alaska has an awesome pass agreement with Jetblue!!
 
UAL Bagsmasher
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RE: Nonrevving On Jetblue

Mon Aug 19, 2002 6:52 am

UA has no such agreement with B6.
 
SJCguy
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RE: Nonrevving On Jetblue

Mon Aug 19, 2002 7:31 am

At WN, we have a service charge on JetBlue, 25 each way I believe. Wonder how full their JFK flights from SEA/OAK are?

SJCguy
 
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RE: Nonrevving On Jetblue

Mon Aug 19, 2002 11:12 am

At HP we have a 25 each way service charge pass agreement with Jet Blue.
 
ual777contrail
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RE: Nonrevving On Jetblue

Mon Aug 19, 2002 11:16 am

i think it is all the low fare carriers who have deal with b6


UNITED DOESNT like ual bagsmasher said earlier.


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Jeff G
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RE: Nonrevving On Jetblue

Mon Aug 19, 2002 11:32 am

JetBlue has nonrev agreements with a lot of carriers, but few of the majors. The reason seems to be related to ticketing, since JetBlue doesn't list on most reservation systems. It also doesn't issue paper tickets, so they'd have to be handwritten. That's a problem with the majors, not at JetBlue's end. I can only assume that once demand is high enough, the majors will make accommodations for ticketless travel or come up with a service charge arrangement.