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Stand-by Pass On Continental?

Sat Sep 11, 2010 8:21 pm

Hi everyone..

years ago a few US-airlines offered a Stand-by pass for $399.- a month. I enjoyed it several times on Delta.

Yesterday at a party a guy told me , that he was traveling on a stand-by pass with Continental Airlines years ago.

I have never heard that CO ever offered such a thing. Does anybody knows whether CO ever offered a stand-bye pass?



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RE: Stand-by Pass On Continental?

Mon Sep 13, 2010 2:23 am

A couple of US airlines offered such a pass to visitors living in foreign countries. Then they went to a pass whose cost is based on how many flights you take. I lived overseas for years and they were an incredibly good deal. In 1986 NW offered a 60-day unlimited pass for confirmed travel for about $400. They even extended it more than once for me. By about 1990 it had switched to 30 or 60 days of unlimited travel on a standby basis. DL offered a similar standby pass. Still about +-$400 for 30 days of standby travel.

I knew a couple that bought some kind of annual pass from Continental; they purchased it in the late 90's. They were both retirees. It gave them unlimited travel in FC. To the best of my knowledge, the program no longer exists.
 
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RE: Stand-by Pass On Continental?

Tue Sep 14, 2010 5:46 am

So then CO did have a stand-bye pass. I was not aware of that. Never saw any ads or so.

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