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Flying As A Dependent

Wed Dec 20, 2000 12:52 am

Does anyone had stories about that? I consider myself lucky to have an aunt working in the industry. Sometimes I'll get a ticket from her, but when you read the fine print, the ticket tells you to basically sit down and shut up and let no one know that you are an employee/dependant of the airline(in so many words). But by and large, the crew treats you the same as any other person.

I've been able to fly first class when the seats were available  . and the crew was awesome.

Does anyone have stories to share on the subject? The ups or downs or experiences? Like I said, I only get the chance once a year, but it's cool.

Also, any airliners.net folks on Long Island? Looking to shoot at Republic. Or macarthur, let me know.
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