|Quoting Ssides (Reply 3):|
I guess I'm wondering this -- if I book the flights separately, but fly UA on the DFW-LAX leg, will UA be able to give me SQ boarding passes, etc. when I check in at DFW? That would make things much easier (and I could avoid long check-in lines at the SQ counter in LAX).
|Quoting ORDflier (Reply 7):|
Separate tickets mean separate fares, separate contracts and if the UA or AA flight to LAX is late for any reason causing you to misconnect, SQ doesn't have to do anything for you as far as rerouting you
|Quoting RoseFlyer (Reply 8):|
It was frustrating since I had a delayed flight to EWR and did not have time to check in for the flight, but I got lucky and SQ sent a private escort to pick people up from my flight who were connecting to the flight to SIN.