Non Rev Question

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  1. Justme

    Justme Veteran

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    I want to fly MCO-PHX and then take the first flight out the next day to DEN. I will be skipping the late flight on my arrival in PHX, so I'm wondering if I will still be a D2RT (yes, I retired!!).

    What do the experts say?

    thanks!
     
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  2. wcs

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    Based on my understanding you would not be a through passenger.
    This is from newJetnet;
    The highlight were added by me
    To be considered a through passenger at an intermediate city, you must:

    • Arrive on an AA or another airline (OAL) flight at the intermediate city and check in for the first connecting flight to your next destination. If you travel inbound on an OAL or your first connecting flight is over 12 hours, you will need to show the gate agent your boarding pass to get through status.
    • Arrive on a flight at the intermediate city but cannot be accommodated to your destination due to revenue demands and/or higher-priority Standbys. You will then be transferred to the next eligible flight as a through passenger.
     
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  3. Justme

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    Thanks WCS.
     

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