cancidas
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Nonreving On Codeshare Airlines

Mon Nov 01, 2004 1:56 pm

can anyone here tell me if the procedure for nonreving on your carrier holds true with codeshare carriers? my parents are flying to WAW on LO through CLT and FRA on US and i just want their flight to go without any problems.
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avioniker
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RE: Nonreving On Codeshare Airlines

Tue Nov 02, 2004 9:53 am

You'll need to check with someone in your pass bureau.
If your company is a ZED member you'll pay a flat rate based on mileage and your parents will probably be able to fly as well.
Check
http://www.gozed.com

http://www.flyzed.com

There's a bunch of others but you'll get the idea.
You might also Google interline, interlining and anything else you can think of.
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cancidas
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RE: Nonreving On Codeshare Airlines

Tue Nov 02, 2004 10:11 am

the fares and such i know, already taken care of. what i was asking about was the actual process of checking in for a flight and such. is the way that you do it with your home carrier the way you do with other carriers?
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320tech
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RE: Nonreving On Codeshare Airlines

Tue Nov 02, 2004 2:38 pm

I just flew ZED with United Express (Skywest) for the first time. The only differences were that I had to pay for the ticket beforehand and pick it up in advance. The other thing was that I couldn't check the loads. But everything else was the same.
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avioniker
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RE: Nonreving On Codeshare Airlines

Wed Nov 03, 2004 1:22 am

The actual listing and checking in will be very much the same as for your own airlines.
You won't have the same priority for seating as if it were your own company but I've almost always been treated very well by the gate agents at the other companies and only once not been given a seat.
Once you have the ticket (if one is required) you call the other company to "list". On the day of the flight you either print a security document, boarding pass, or something to get you to the gate, or you go to the ticket counter to get the document. Then you go to the gate and they will either give you a seat if the plane isn't too full or you wait to be called.
Except for the fact that a middle seat will often be your fate it's painless and no big sweat.
As far as checking the loads, if you're really nice on the phone and call at an off-peak time the res agents will normally let you know if you have a fair chance of getting on or not.
Good luck and don't worry about it..... Smile/happy/getting dizzy
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