edelag
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American Operated By Alaska

Sun Jul 15, 2007 7:42 am

This Thursday I will be flying MTY-DFW-SNA-SEA, it was a bit cheaper to fly this route instead of DFW-SEA, and quite frankly I don't mind it. Its all AA except the last leg. SNA-SEA.

I will be flying on AA 7119 or AS 481.
When I arrive to SNA will I have to get out of the terminal and the security zone to check in, or can I do it in the gate? Or will I have a boarding pass issued in MTY by AA?

And secondly if my flight DFW-SNA gets delayed by AA's fault and I miss my connecting flight in SNA, will I have to go to AA customer service or AS customer service to get into a later flight?

Thanks in advance,
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pdxcof9
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RE: American Operated By Alaska

Sun Jul 15, 2007 7:56 am

You should get a boarding pass for all your segments in MTY. In SNA it's all one terminal so it's easy to connect. AS and AA are fairly close to each other gate wise. If you don't have a boarding pass in SNA issued by AA, AS can easily issue you one. I did a AA to AS transfer in SJC and AA issued a ticket all the way through.

If your flight from DFW is delayed you can probably talk to either one. But AA is most likely going to help you out because they delayed you.
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RE: American Operated By Alaska

Sun Jul 15, 2007 8:01 am

Quoting Pdxcof9 (Reply 1):

Thanks that's all I needed to know. Thanks again.
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RE: American Operated By Alaska

Sun Jul 15, 2007 8:02 am

Quoting Edelag (Thread starter):
SNA-SEA

AS

Quoting Edelag (Thread starter):
When I arrive to SNA will I have to get out of the terminal and the security zone to check in, or can I do it in the gate? Or will I have a boarding pass issued in MTY by AA?

Just go to the gate. Your bags will be checked all the way through.

Quoting Edelag (Thread starter):
And secondly if my flight DFW-SNA gets delayed by AA's fault and I miss my connecting flight in SNA, will I have to go to AA customer service or AS customer service to get into a later flight?

Go to AA's customer service and they will help you there since, in your scenerio, it would be their fault.
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RE: American Operated By Alaska

Sun Jul 15, 2007 11:45 am

Your bags should be checked all the way....if you do not have a boarding pass, you can still get one from AS at the gate, so just head over to the AS gate without leaving security
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RE: American Operated By Alaska

Sun Jul 15, 2007 11:50 am

Quoting AirframeAS (Reply 3):
Go to AA's customer service and they will help you there since, in your scenerio, it would be their fault.

...and, as it is booked as a codeshare PNR (in AS' reservations), any changes must be made through the ticketing carrier (AA).

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RE: American Operated By Alaska

Sun Jul 15, 2007 4:11 pm

Quoting FLY777UAL (Reply 5):
...and, as it is booked as a codeshare PNR (in AS' reservations), any changes must be made through the ticketing carrier (AA).

I left that out. Thanks, FLY777UAL. My bad!
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edelag
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RE: American Operated By Alaska

Mon Jul 16, 2007 1:32 am

Thanks guys, I wasn't going to start this thread and just go to the airport and see what happens. But in A.net, any question can be answered.

Thanks for the 5th or 6th time.
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RE: American Operated By Alaska

Mon Jul 16, 2007 2:03 am

hi guys,

just another question which goes in that direction: i will be flying LAX-SFO on AA Metal, but i purchased an AS- Ticket..

Where do i have to check in? on a AA counter or AS counter? or are they using the same terminals/ check in counters at LAX?
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RE: American Operated By Alaska

Mon Jul 16, 2007 2:19 am

Quoting Matterhorn (Reply 8):
just another question which goes in that direction: i will be flying LAX-SFO on AA Metal, but i purchased an AS- Ticket..

Where do i have to check in? on a AA counter or AS counter? or are they using the same terminals/ check in counters at LAX?

You will check in with AA terminal 4. AS is in T-3.
 
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RE: American Operated By Alaska

Mon Jul 16, 2007 6:52 am

Quoting Matterhorn (Reply 8):

Like Social said, T4 with AA. AS does not do LAX-SFO service.
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RE: American Operated By Alaska

Mon Jul 16, 2007 9:30 am

Quoting AirframeAS (Reply 10):
AS does not do LAX-SFO service.

I'm booked on AS 105 Aug. 14. and AS 102 for the return the next day. Is that not on AS metal? Just want to be sure.

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RE: American Operated By Alaska

Mon Jul 16, 2007 9:44 am

Quoting ONTFlyer (Reply 11):
I'm booked on AS 105 Aug. 14. and AS 102 for the return the next day. Is that not on AS metal? Just want to be sure.

ONT

You're correct, ONT...you will be flying on AS for both of those flights. AS operates two dailies between LAX and SFO, the morning AS105 and the evening AS277 (with the reverse as morning AS510 and evening AS102).

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RE: American Operated By Alaska

Mon Jul 16, 2007 9:53 am

Quoting ONTFlyer (Reply 11):
I'm booked on AS 105 Aug. 14. and AS 102 for the return the next day. Is that not on AS metal? Just want to be sure.

Looks like it is on AS metal, Im really surprised by that. Two flights a day. Yet the routemap doesn't show it. Thats new to me. But I've always known that AA does the route on their metal.

Edit add: I think the route map on Alaskaair.com is old. They need to update it.

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FLY777UAL
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RE: American Operated By Alaska

Mon Jul 16, 2007 10:08 am

Quoting AirframeAS (Reply 13):

Looks like it is on AS metal, Im really surprised by that. Two flights a day. Yet the routemap doesn't show it. Thats new to me. But I've always known that AA does the route on their metal.

AS105 continues to SEA as AS 399, the 9:03a departure.
AS277 is a thru flight from SJD...sits on the ground in LA for roughly 2 hrs before continuing.

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socalatc
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RE: American Operated By Alaska

Mon Jul 16, 2007 2:32 pm

Quoting AirframeAS (Reply 10):
Like Social said, T4 with AA. AS does not do LAX-SFO service

Yes they do. Flt 105 which continues to YVR then ANC and 277 which is a continuation from SJD.
 
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RE: American Operated By Alaska

Mon Jul 16, 2007 2:47 pm

Quoting FLY777UAL (Reply 12):
You're correct, ONT...you will be flying on AS for both of those flights.

Thanks for that info!

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