|Quoting CitationJet (Reply 4):|
Ignore the group travel link, just use their general contact link:
Thanks, I will do this at work today.
|Quoting EMBQA (Reply 5):|
I have a friend that owns a company and she and her team fly Southwest all the time and get no special perks.. other then frequent flyer bennies.. which are the same for everyone
Thanks for the info. My employer flies contractors all over North America, and allows them to collect any points that they can based on the flight booked for them (we book what we need, if they benefit, great). However, I noticed that on airlines such as AA
, etc..., the company can earn miles as well as the contractor. These would be great as they could be redeemed for future contractor travel which is a huge expense. Right now most of the US flying is covered by WN
(and the no bag fee is key considering they carry a fair bit of equipment), but AA
would give more benefit, fly to most destinations, and waives the bag fees for business customers. If WN
can offer something similar, they would be the first choice.
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