|Quoting FlyAUA (Reply 3):|
To be frank, I wouldn't mind being told that I could get a couple of hundred EUR (especially with the new EU laws) if I fly with a later flight that day or travel with an intermediate stop somehwere.
|Quoting Prebennorholm (Thread starter):|
Iceland Express does not operate an overbooking system. Therefore no passenger who has a confirmed seat on an Iceland Express flight can or will be denied boarding due to overbooking. Period.
Are there other carriers out there who dare to write that? It took me less than ten nanoseconds to finish off my e-booking!!!
|Quoting Prebennorholm (Reply 6):|
BTW, I think that it is good yield management to tell customers: Book on our flights and you will never ever get bumped by overbooking.
|Quoting FlyAUA (Reply 8):|
Yield management is about how you price the different types of seats on your aircraft and how many of them you plan to sell for what price, and what load factors you expect, etc...
|Quoting Tango-Bravo (Reply 7):|
By the way... is the ticket you purchased for travel on Icelandic Express changeable -- or is it "use-it-exactly-as-is-or-lose-it?"
|Quoting FlyAUA (Reply 4):|
Quoting Meerkat (Reply 2):
Maximises my chance of getting an op-up too!
Except that wouldn't happen with a LCC which has a one-class-configuration Wink
|Quoting Starlionblue (Reply 13):|
How often have you been bumped. Honestly, overbooking rarely is a problem...