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kearnet
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US Airways Nonrev Employee Travel

Sat Apr 26, 2003 4:27 pm

I have two questions about US employees (actually retired employees) nonrev travel:

1. Can they fly nonrev on United codeshare flights?

2. Can immediate family, who are not eligible to fly nonrev, travel on a reduced fare?

Thankyou in advance.
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Cody
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RE: US Airways Nonrev Employee Travel

Sat Apr 26, 2003 10:42 pm

1) If the UAL codeshare is operated by US Airways, YES.....employees, their spouses, and dependents have unlimited non-revenue travel opportunities (standby of course). The last I heard though, if the codeshare is operated on a UAL aircraft, US employees can travel "ID 95" (95 percent off the "Y" fare.

2) They can use companion passes and get 90 percent off the "Y" fare. This really is not a great deal though. My brother-in-law recently used a companion pass from DCA to MIA and it cost $170.00 plus he had to ride standby. He probably could have done better on Priceline or something.
 
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kearnet
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RE: US Airways Nonrev Employee Travel

Sat May 03, 2003 12:43 am

Cody (or anyone else who knows the answer), would you mind confirming the last part?

I did some research and the standard fare from DCA to MIA on US is approx. $180 (as of 5/2/03 for travel on 5/26/03) roundtrip.

Did you mean to say that there's a 10% discount off the Y fare (Which with taxes would make your brother-in-laws fare of $170 make sense), or did you actually mean that companion passes are 90% off (which with current prices you B-in-L should have only paid approx. $20 not including taxes).
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bobnwa
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RE: US Airways Nonrev Employee Travel

Sat May 03, 2003 1:01 am

ID90 means 90% off of the y fare. You then add the taxes and other charges on top of this. They will come out more than the fare in many cases.
 
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RE: US Airways Nonrev Employee Travel

Sat May 03, 2003 1:02 am

"Thank you for calling the US Airways Employee Travel Line. US Airways employees, retirees, and eligible family members, press one."

<1>

"Please wait while we connect your call."

"Please enter your employee number, followed by the pound sign."

<54385#>

"Please enter your two-letter airline code. Use the number one for both 'Q' and 'Z'."

<87>

"Press one for US Airways, press two for Trans States."

<1>

"Please enter the first five digits of the employee's social security number."

<#####>

"For non-revenue travel, predd one."

<1>

"To check a flight, press one."

<1>

"Please enter the number of the flight you wish to check, followed by the pound sign. If you do not know the flight number, press the pound sign."

<123#>

"Please enter the month, as a number from one to twelve. End your response with the pound sign."

<5#>

"Please enter the date, as a number from one to thirty-one, followed by the pound sign."

<2#>

"Flight one twenty-three, from Charlotte to Denver, serviced by Airbus three nineteen. Seven seats available in coach, four non-revenue passengers listed in coach class. Two seats available in first, zero non-revenue passengers listed in first class."

"To list on the flight you just requested, press seven. To return to the main menu, press eight. To end this call, press nine."

<9>
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Phew, that was fun. Can you tell I use the system often?

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kearnet
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RE: US Airways Nonrev Employee Travel

Sat May 03, 2003 1:24 am

ROTFLMAO!

US321 - I feel so much better! I thought I was the only one who had the whole US employee travel line memorized! God, I can't tell you how many times I've listen to that female voice calmly ask for that info. (actually I've used it so much I lusually put in the info before the recordign has a chance to "speak" sometimes!)
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