I dont think that could ever happen. If you fly non-rev, you have to show your ID
as a dependent and have to be listed into the computer. My dad worked for Atlantic Coast Airlines couple years ago at Dulles and I had the privledge to non-rev without his company. I had to show a copy of my father's ACA
badge, my ID
to match my name on the blue pass, and several other papers to get on standby. So, if you sell it to somebody you don't know, that person will have a hard time getting on board and that person who sold it would get in big trouble. So, don't even try it.
As for buddy passes, I get a couple r/t tickets a year from my friend who works for United. She'll sign them for me and then once she gets the bill, I will give her the money. That's how it works.
[Edited 2004-03-04 05:58:41]