|Quoting Aa767400 (Reply 7):|
Until AA gets a reciprocal jumpseat agreement with them I don't want to deal with some of their employees attitude towards non-reciprocal airlines.
|Quoting Miafll (Thread starter):|
Least..Southwest becuse you usaully get stuck with a C boarding priority
|Quoting N200WN (Reply 9):|
Boarding group C is nothing to complain about when flying for free.
|Quoting Uadc8contrail (Reply 8):
am i to assume B6 as "them"?????if not who are u refering to????if it is B6 then pay the $25 dollars and go non-rev....enjoy the service that i have enjoyed twice between jfk-den.....i would imagine that AA,UA crews would find it rather akward to have a B6 f/a sitting next to them on roll out but they dont seem to have a problem trying to get a j.s on others...... certain airlines(skywest that i know of) have agreements as long as there is a seat in the cabin!
|Quoting YEGer (Reply 5):|
A dumb question I am sure, but what does it mean to non-rev?
|Quoting Jetdeltamsy (Reply 1):|
My least favorite is because my experience is that they're almost always full!