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CO Non Rev To GRU 93

Wed Jul 13, 2005 10:53 am

i was wondering if anyone from CO could let me know what days look good for me to go to GRU from IAH non rev, i was thinking of thurs. how does it look to go business first on 7/14? I also was thinking of going IAH-EWR-GRU on 7/14 if that looks better, but IAH-EWR is looking pretty full too. I was wondering if i could get some of your opinions, i know the flight to GRU are lookin pretty full this month.
 
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RE: CO Non Rev To GRU 93

Wed Jul 13, 2005 1:34 pm

anyone have any feedback?
 
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RE: CO Non Rev To GRU 93

Wed Jul 13, 2005 4:40 pm

If everyone shows, you'll have a hard time getting on the IAH flt. EWR has a couple of more possibilities, but fairly risky.

Jeffrey
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RE: CO Non Rev To GRU 93

Thu Jul 14, 2005 2:20 am

The plane from IAH is even larger (767-400) than the one used for EWR (767-200). But IAH main focus is GIG as it's an oil O&D flight and the only one to Rio without plane change (AA DFW, UA IAD all need to change the plane at GRU to go GIG), and it's why probably it's hard to obtain a seat on IAH (for biz). And IAH is closer to GRU than EWR. My choice would be IAH.

Felipe
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RE: CO Non Rev To GRU 93

Thu Jul 14, 2005 3:42 am

sorry for such a basic question, but what exactly is a non rev? I know, non-revenue. But is this for employees only or also a mileage reward ticket.
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