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Non-Rev Fees For Your Airline

Fri Aug 18, 2006 9:29 am

Reading another topic on non-rev travel got me wondering....

If you are staff at an airline, how much (if any) money does your airline take from your pay check when you use your flight benefits?

For mine (YX), we get charged between $16.55 and $44.70 depending on the routing plus some other BS fees. Travel can be as high as $75 dollars RT. We do get one free pass per year.
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RE: Non-Rev Fees For Your Airline

Fri Aug 18, 2006 9:31 am

AirTran - free for all routings, including parents, spouse or designated companion (can be changed every six months), and dependants.
 
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RE: Non-Rev Fees For Your Airline

Fri Aug 18, 2006 9:33 am

Quoting Travatl (Reply 1):
AirTran - free for all routings, including parents, spouse or designated companion (can be changed every six months), and dependants.

One of the reasons I always fly FL. We have a counter to counter with FL and I fly for free. HP, WN and F9 among some others are also free. Kind of funny that I can't fly my own airline for free, but I can fly others free of charge. Oh well...
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RE: Non-Rev Fees For Your Airline

Fri Aug 18, 2006 9:34 am

DL is free anywhere in the world, any class... you have to pay taxes for int'l and a $50 flat fee once a year, that's it.
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RE: Non-Rev Fees For Your Airline

Fri Aug 18, 2006 10:12 am

Quoting NWCOflyer (Thread starter):
For mine (YX), we get charged between $16.55 and $44.70 depending on the routing plus some other BS fees. Travel can be as high as $75 dollars RT. We do get one free pass per year

Damn, that blows! Sheesh, I'm just now starting to complain because DL has gone to charging a once annual 50 dollars a year for all persons on your pass list, whether its 1 or 10. We were raising holy hell until we were informed that NW charges their people 50 dollars a year per person on the pass list. Then we shut up. If you don't fly, you don't need to pay the $50. I think most people will decide to pass the fee onto the first buddy pass rider of the year. Might as well, right? LOL

And when I look at it, its a damn good deal, really. Most other airlines charge their people and will either charge more or don't let their people in First Class if its available. Mine does. Heck, we usually even put OAL nonrev's in F if its avail, in the faint hope that they would return the favor one day. Never had it happen though for me.


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RE: Non-Rev Fees For Your Airline

Fri Aug 18, 2006 10:19 am

Free/unlimited for me here on CO. Free on HP/US, WN, F9 but have monthly limits.

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RE: Non-Rev Fees For Your Airline

Fri Aug 18, 2006 10:46 am

Damn I need to get a job with an airline!!!
 
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RE: Non-Rev Fees For Your Airline

Fri Aug 18, 2006 10:51 am

FREE at JetBlue for the crewmember, their significant other/spouse, parents and children. Yes totally FREE... as long as you cross the belts and pick up the trash before getting off the plane. Not a bad deal!  Smile
 
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RE: Non-Rev Fees For Your Airline

Fri Aug 18, 2006 11:00 am

Free at Delta... Free for all close relatives which include parents, spouses, and children. The children lose their free benefit and started paying a deeply reduced rate after they have graduated college. Free, unlimited flights domestically and in F if available. 18 one-way transatlantic trips per year in J Class if available. We pay about 15 bucks in taxes for those. That's pretty much it. OH and 90 percent practically every other airline in the world and a couple of ID95's and ID96's on some.
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RE: Non-Rev Fees For Your Airline

Fri Aug 18, 2006 11:07 am

WN free unlimited for spous children and parents.
 
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RE: Non-Rev Fees For Your Airline

Fri Aug 18, 2006 11:33 am

Quoting Lobster (Reply 6):
Damn I need to get a job with an airline!!!

It sounds great, till you get stuck somewhere. Remember, it's called "NON REV" for a reason. Somebodies family dog gets on the plane before you do.

CO varies with time in service. You get x amount of free passes a year. After 10 years you fly free in coach, after 25 free in first if available.
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RE: Non-Rev Fees For Your Airline

Fri Aug 18, 2006 12:01 pm

We have free anywhere domestic, taxes to Europe, free for parents, children, domestic partners and their children. Guest pass depends on the routing, it is divided into zones.
 
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RE: Non-Rev Fees For Your Airline

Fri Aug 18, 2006 12:21 pm

Quoting NWCOflyer (Thread starter):
If you are staff at an airline, how much (if any) money does your airline take from your pay check when you use your flight benefits?

For non-rev travel on our own airline and regional affiliate by employee, spouse and dependents, applicable international taxes only are payroll deducted, typically $15-60 per person depending on destination country. Domestic travel by same, zero.

Non-rev travel on other airlines is paid directly at time of ticketing rather than payroll deducted.
 
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RE: Non-Rev Fees For Your Airline

Fri Aug 18, 2006 1:40 pm

Quoting NWCOflyer (Thread starter):
If you are staff at an airline, how much (if any) money does your airline take from your pay check when you use your flight benefits

No Charges.
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RE: Non-Rev Fees For Your Airline

Fri Aug 18, 2006 1:59 pm

For SkyWest, free on all OO OPERATED flights (UAX and DLC) and unlimited travel on UA and DL with mileage charges and taxes. UA and DL benefits very by which mainline carrier you work under. Some employees get both.
 
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RE: Non-Rev Fees For Your Airline

Fri Aug 18, 2006 2:23 pm

Quoting PropilotJW (Reply 7):
FREE at JetBlue for the crewmember, their significant other/spouse, parents and children. Yes totally FREE... as long as you cross the belts and pick up the trash before getting off the plane. Not a bad deal!

Your CEO is a genius. I admire him. I would help the airline I work for without a problem even if he didn´t make me clean the plane before deplaning. And I know he also does it, well at least that´s what it says in the book and for a guy like Neeleman, I realy think he does it because he loves the airline he created. I can only say good things about him after reading his and other CEO´s books.
 
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RE: Non-Rev Fees For Your Airline

Fri Aug 18, 2006 4:19 pm

Quoting HPRamper (Reply 11):
We have free anywhere domestic, taxes to Europe, free for parents, children, domestic partners and their children. Guest pass depends on the routing, it is divided into zones.

taxes to the caribbean also, and those are paid with a credit card at the employee travel center (online tool to make reservations) or at the counter those are not deducted from the payroll.
Zones are base fares of $30, $60, plus taxes for guest passes.
Well it helped me a little taking calls for the employee line for US.
But I'm not an employee with the airline, just outsourced, so no benefits.
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RE: Non-Rev Fees For Your Airline

Fri Aug 18, 2006 4:39 pm

F9- Free unlimited travel for employee, parents, spouse/companion, and dependent children. Employees need not travel with their designated pass travelers in order for them to fly. Designated pass riders fly at the employee's seniority. International taxes apply for international flights. In lieu of the designated mother, father, and/or spouse/companion, employees may place friends, neighbors, relatives, or anyone they choose. Such 'companions' may travel unlimited at the employee's seniority with or without the employee, but must pay the standard buddy-pass fee ($25 each way + $2.50 per segment).

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RE: Non-Rev Fees For Your Airline

Fri Aug 18, 2006 4:54 pm

Quoting M180up (Reply 16):
Zones are base fares of $30, $60, plus taxes for guest passes.

I've booked multiple guest pass trips for people and the most any leg comes out to is 43.85. This goes for multiple connections, transcon etc.
 
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RE: Non-Rev Fees For Your Airline

Fri Aug 18, 2006 4:57 pm

UA, base fee and applicable taxes and other bullshit fees th US government comes up with.
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RE: Non-Rev Fees For Your Airline

Fri Aug 18, 2006 5:32 pm

Quoting HPRamper (Reply 18):
I've booked multiple guest pass trips for people and the most any leg comes out to is 43.85. This goes for multiple connections, transcon etc.

For airport facility charges, security fees, but that is for domestic flights, even if you make multiple connections the base fare will be the same, what will change is the taxes, but then for international is a little bit more expensive, more taxes and the base fare is higher also.
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RE: Non-Rev Fees For Your Airline

Fri Aug 18, 2006 6:50 pm

BA - no F class option for the majority of us, M (Y) class only, but upgradeable to W/J if oversold.

Eligibility as follows:
6mths - 7 years service - Unlimited 90% standby
7yrs - 10 yrs service - Unlimited 90% standby plus one 100% (free) standby
10yrs - 20yrs service - Unlimited 90% standby plus one 100% standby OR one 90% bookable (confirmed)
20yrs - 30yrs service - Unlimited 90% standby plus one 100% bookable
30+ yrs service - Unlimited 90% standby plus one 100% bookable plus one 90% bookable OR one 100% standby

As you can see, the benefits at the US carriers are much more generous, but then again, BA is the worlds most profitable airline, and apparently, the only major airline where staff travel is a source of income!

BA calls them ID90's, but they're not really, because the fares are based on mileage, plus taxes. ID90's are traditionally 10% of the Y-class fare.

We use a fares matrix for our staff travel, as follows:
(All fares are one-way, in GBP)

151-450 miles from London - £11.00
451-750 miles from London - £15.50
751-1600 miles from London - £18.00
1601-3200 miles from London - £27.50
3201-4080 miles from London - £30.50
4081-6100 miles from London - £36.50
6101-9000 miles from London - £44.00
9001+ miles from London - £64.50
 
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RE: Non-Rev Fees For Your Airline

Fri Aug 18, 2006 8:16 pm

Quoting LHR777 (Reply 21):
We use a fares matrix for our staff travel, as follows:
(All fares are one-way, in GBP)

151-450 miles from London - £11.00
451-750 miles from London - £15.50
751-1600 miles from London - £18.00
1601-3200 miles from London - £27.50
3201-4080 miles from London - £30.50
4081-6100 miles from London - £36.50
6101-9000 miles from London - £44.00
9001+ miles from London - £64.50

At KLM we use a similar system. We also pay the taxes and fuelsurcharge on
our ticket + a new governmenttax on stafftravel.
That's how I ended up paying 220Euros for AMS-LAX-AMS ticket. Wich is still
a cheap way to travel but not really worthy of stafftravel.

Noboby still uses stafftravel on intra-european flights cos you will always find a cheaper lowcost then flyin g yoyr own airline at reduced prices.
Just out of curiousity I checked how much it would cost me to non-rev
AMS-BRU-AMS (about 250KM) and it was 101,20Euros!!!!!!

We can travel unlimited as can our spouse/registered partner and our children
until they hit 21, after wich all their benefits are cancelled.
No special deals for parents whatsoever.
We can however, twice a year , bring two friends/parents/... at the same rate
we pay, but only when we ourselves are non-revving to, not when we're on
duty, so that deal kinda sucks to.
 
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RE: Non-Rev Fees For Your Airline

Fri Aug 18, 2006 8:45 pm

I once worked for WN and it was ONLY free to Europe, Asia and Hawaii.  duck 
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RE: Non-Rev Fees For Your Airline

Fri Aug 18, 2006 8:47 pm

Quoting PropilotJW (Reply 7):
FREE at JetBlue for the crewmember, their significant other/spouse, parents and children. Yes totally FREE... as long as you cross the belts and pick up the trash before getting off the plane. Not a bad deal!

I hope your passes cover employees other than crew members. After all, the crew members for any airline are not the majority employees.
 
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RE: Non-Rev Fees For Your Airline

Sat Aug 19, 2006 1:06 am

Quoting LHR777 (Reply 21):
6mths - 7 years service - Unlimited 90% standby

I always though you had to be with the airline 12 months to get staff travel benifits ?

Quoting LHR777 (Reply 21):
BA - no F class option for the majority of us, M (Y) class only, but upgradeable to W/J if oversold

I think C/J code is given to anyone on a bookable ticket.

I must say, BA's system does seem a bit unfair when compared to others, although I understand why.

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RE: Non-Rev Fees For Your Airline

Sat Aug 19, 2006 1:54 am

Ouch! I had no idea so many airlines had free flights.

At LH, we have to pay ID90 for everything and don't get a free ticket until 10 years with the airline. I mostly fly SA)">UA, which is also ID90 for us. Turns out to be about $50 RT for DEN-LAX. If I fly LH to Europe, it's about $130 for a Y ticket and upgrades are shotty, so you have to buy a C-class ticket if you want to be in business for sure. That comes to about $220. (Trust me - I'm NOT complaining.)

When I first started, I was buying ID90s like crazy. Before I knew it, I already spent well over $2000 on SA tickets in my first year. Those things really add up.
 
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RE: Non-Rev Fees For Your Airline

Sat Aug 19, 2006 2:00 am

Quoting N766UA (Reply 3):
you have to pay taxes for int'l and a $50 flat fee once a year, that's it.

I never had to pay a flat 50 fee? you must be DGS or something.

And for international, its free if you use your tax slips for one way travel listing only. hehe. worked for me everytime
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RE: Non-Rev Fees For Your Airline

Sat Aug 19, 2006 2:00 am

Boy that must suck for you guys.


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RE: Non-Rev Fees For Your Airline

Sat Aug 19, 2006 2:06 am

Quoting HPRamper (Reply 11):
We have free anywhere domestic, taxes to Europe, free for parents, children, domestic partners and their children. Guest pass depends on the routing, it is divided into zones.

HP parents go free? but US East parents have a service charge.

I would say DL was the best especially the no charge upgrade benefit. Nobody can match that, but the new 50.00 fee is nothing I guess if you really do
fly as much first class as you can in the year  Smile

What do you think of CI

They only get one ID90 per year. ouch
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RE: Non-Rev Fees For Your Airline

Sat Aug 19, 2006 2:10 am

Wow! I am really happy for you, the US lot on the forum, as in my view, your concessions are really terrific. At Emirates, we have a similar system to the one at BA (fare matrix according to distance travelled), plus taxes, airport fees, fuel surcharges, and other company charges.

It is worth noting that more often than not, it is simply not worth travelling on our own metal: we are not entitled to upgrades; very often, it works out cheaper travelling on LH, BA, AF, AZ, LX, OS, and other airlines; we may not get jumpseats, unless in case of an emergency (e.g. the war in Lebanon or the passing away of an immediate family member). Moreover, even with 90 Y/C empty seats to LHR on a Boeing777-300ER (6:45 flying time), sometimes, we do not get on due to payload restrictions (taking on extra cargo instead of non-revs).

A couple of airlines in Europe do let us fly for free on domestic runs.
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RE: Non-Rev Fees For Your Airline

Sat Aug 19, 2006 2:11 am

Oh... and most European airlines give us jumpseats if there are no cabin seats available.
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RE: Non-Rev Fees For Your Airline

Sat Aug 19, 2006 3:14 am

WN...free all day everyday!!!!!

Aer Lingus = ID90
Aeromexico = ID90
Air Canada = Service Charge ($19-70 OW)
Air India = ID90
Air New Zealand = ID90
Air Tahiti Nui = $50 each way
Air Tran = $25 each way
Alaska Airlines = $30 each way
Aloha Airlines = $15 each way
American Airlines = Service Charge ($19-70 OW)
Bahamas Air = Free (pay only taxes)
British Airways = Free (pay only taxes)
Cayman Airways = $25 each way
China Airlines = ID90
Continental Airlines = Free Domestic
Delta Airlines = ID90
El Al = ID90
Frontier Airlines = Free
Hawaiian = $50 each way
Iceland Air = $15 each way
Japan Airlines = ID90
Jet Blue = Free
Lan Chile = ID90
LTU = Service Charge ($19-70 each way)
Lufthansa = Service Charge ($19-70 each way)
Martinair = ID90
Midwest Airlines = $25 each way
Northwest Airlines = $25 each way
Quantas = ID90
SAS = ID90
Skywest = $15 each way
South African = ID90
Spirit = Free
Sun Country = $30 each way
United Airlines = ID90
US/HP = Free
Virgin Atlantic = Free (pay only taxes)
WestJet = $35-60 each way


Several Airlines have been left out...those agreements mentioned above are the "major" airlines we have agreements with.
 
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RE: Non-Rev Fees For Your Airline

Sat Aug 19, 2006 5:12 am

Quoting Bobnwa (Reply 24):
I hope your passes cover employees other than crew members. After all, the crew members for any airline are not the majority employees.

When any B6 employee mentions "crewmembers" they mean "all employees".

At B6 we have "Crewmembers" and "Inflight Crewmemebers". No Employees. **Takes a sip of the juice** lol
 
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RE: Non-Rev Fees For Your Airline

Sat Aug 19, 2006 5:19 am

UA is based on mileage, and increases the cost in each cabin.
DL is Free
US/HP Free except for upgrades. $20 domestic $100 international, except for the international 757 routes that are $40 each way for the upgrade.
AA is mileage based. AAC (RP/TSA/RegionsAir) Free


And with CO who knows until that all gets released in the winter season.




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RE: Non-Rev Fees For Your Airline

Sat Aug 19, 2006 5:37 am

When I flew to IND for an interview with RP, I went as an S7 meaning it was space avalible for free on US. Same for the interview with ZW.

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RE: Non-Rev Fees For Your Airline

Sat Aug 19, 2006 9:16 am

Quoting Werdywerd (Reply 33):
Quoting Bobnwa (Reply 24):
I hope your passes cover employees other than crew members. After all, the crew members for any airline are not the majority employees.

When any B6 employee mentions "crewmembers" they mean "all employees".

At B6 we have "Crewmembers" and "Inflight Crewmemebers". No Employees. **Takes a sip of the juice** lol

LOL .... welcome onboard!!!!!!!!  Smile
 
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RE: Non-Rev Fees For Your Airline

Sat Aug 19, 2006 9:38 am

Also forgot the ZED agreements thru US and Jumpseat availability on B6. And hopefully once it is finalised many more jumpseat agreements.




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RE: Non-Rev Fees For Your Airline

Sat Aug 19, 2006 10:13 am

Yes - you anetters from the USA sure have it good.

Over in Australia, Qantas charges its staff a fortune for standby travel and just like BA, it is one of the few airlines in the world that make a profit from its staff travelling.

It works like this :

Domestic Australia - entitled to Y or J class from start -
Y class SYDMEL return is around $140 J class is $156

International - Y class only for first 7 years unless your management
Fares are very high with lots of BS taxes... SYDLAX return $500 AUS
SYDLHR $580 - they NEVER UPGRADE STAFF FROM Y TO J under any circumstances

J class is double the Y class fare ... SYDLAX in J is about $950 AUS
and SYDLHR is about $1019 in J Class.....

I wish that our CEO would wake up and actually give something back to its employees .......

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RE: Non-Rev Fees For Your Airline

Sat Aug 19, 2006 11:21 am

Airline employees already know that most airlines have ZED agreements, zonal agreements, and corporate agreements with airlines from around the world. Some U.S. carriers even have jumpseat agreements specifically for flight attendants/cabin crew, as well as the CASS system (allowing other airline pilots in the program to jumpseat in the flight decks of other participating carriers).

The original question posed by the author was whether or not your OWN airline charges their staff for non-rev travel.

Just trying to keep the thread on topic to make it easier to read.

Thanks! 

[Edited 2006-08-19 04:26:17]
 
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RE: Non-Rev Fees For Your Airline

Tue Aug 22, 2006 6:50 am

Nk is free for self,spouse (or S.O.), children and parents...

Then we have agreements with UA , FL, WN etc... can't think of them all off-hand, but most are SC agreements
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RE: Non-Rev Fees For Your Airline

Tue Aug 22, 2006 11:10 am

Frontier is free for employees/// designated companion and buddy passes are $55 roundtrip anywhere in the US. Mexican destinations are higher fees... does anyone know what the fee is for DEN-YYC on F9 for a companion pass?
 
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RE: Non-Rev Fees For Your Airline

Tue Aug 22, 2006 11:49 pm

When I non-rev on DL, they only make me pay a $10 tax per ticket, everything else is waived.

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RE: Non-Rev Fees For Your Airline

Wed Aug 23, 2006 12:54 am

Are there any airlines in Europe or the UK where you get F/j from the start in a basic job ?

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birka340
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RE: Non-Rev Fees For Your Airline

Thu Aug 24, 2006 2:21 am

Reg non-rev travel.

Do you now if Singapore Airlines has any agreements with other airlines for non-rev ZED-zone travels?

Only within Star Alliance?

/B
 
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RE: Non-Rev Fees For Your Airline

Sun Aug 27, 2006 4:27 pm

Emirates makes $hit loads of money from staff travelling on standby... that's the crux of the problem IMHO, as once they get on, the staff then expect the earth and the skies (way too much).
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