|Quoting Trolley Dolley (Reply 1):|
For example T class is World Traveller Plus (premium economy) on British Airways, but highly discounted economy on Air New Zealand.
That's true. At NW
, "T" means also highly discounted economy for example. There are so many letters for economy tickets with most airlines, that it is really confusing.
Something I find really nasty is that sometimes AM
offers a certain discounted fare at their website. If you call the reservations system, you may be able to get a seat on the same flight(s) at a lower fare but AM
does not give you the chance to reserve it even for 24 hours, but forces you to buy it right away under the excuse that it is the very last seat in that specific flight at that fare.
Next flights: MEX-LAX AM 738, LAX-PVG DL 77L, SHA-PEK CA 789, PEK-PVG CA A332, PVG-ORD MU 77W, ORD-MEX AM 738