ZED fare calculator.

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  1. urpius pilot

    urpius pilot Member

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    Does anyone know of a ZED fare calculator? I am wondering if there is an interactive fare calculator where you can put in an itinerary and have it quote the ZED mileage and fare. I have found a couple of sites that list the zone fare chart but I haven't found anything interactive. Thanks, and I hope that I am not off base asking this question in this forum.
     
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    Thanks. I checked that site out and US Airways is not a participating airline. Neither are most of the other major airlines. Alaska, Hawaiian, KLM and Northwest are the only majors that participate. If your airline does not participate, you can't use the site even to just check what the ZED mileage/fare is.
     
  4. gaucho99

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    ZL - LOW ZONE FARES PLUS TAX ZM - MEDIUM ZONE FARES PLUS TAX ZH - HIGH ZONE FARES PLUS TAX

    1- 450 ZL1 $17 ZM1 $25 ZH1 $31

    451- 750 ZL2 $19 ZM2 $29 ZH2 $41

    751-1600 ZL3 $25 ZM3 $36 ZH3 $49

    1601-3200 ZL4 $37 ZM4 $51 ZH4 $78

    3201-4080 ZL5 $42 ZM5 $58 ZH5 $97

    4081-5000 ZL6 $46 ZM6 $66 ZH6 $112

    5001-6100 ZL7 $57 ZM7 $72 ZH7 $122

    6101-7100 ZL8 $70 ZM8 $86 ZH8 $148

    7101-9000 ZL9 $72 ZM9 $97 ZH9 $164
     
  5. drrstrav

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    http://www.gozed.com

    you have to put in : US
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    USA
     
  6. happy01

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    I've been wondering for a while now; how do you know what qualifies as low, medium, or high?
     
  7. BoeingBoy

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    The list of airlines with reciprocal travel benefits (in the travel section of theHub) says whether a particular airline is low, medium, or high ZED.

    Jim
     
  8. happy01

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    It finally makes sense, THANKS!!
     
  9. urpius pilot

    urpius pilot Member

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    When I put that information in the boxes I get a message, "Log in unsuccessful. Please re-enter your information." Any ideas as to what is wrong? Thanks.
     
  10. saltypete

    saltypete Newbie

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    For Gozed you need to use: carrier HP, 3-digit 401, pass AWE.
     
  11. roosterfish

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    even though i've never non-reved using ZED

    The Great Circle Mapper can give you distances between 2 airports
    http://gc.kls2.com/

    GREAT CIRCLE MAPPER

    in the "PATHS" box just put down the city codes for departure and arrival...and then hit "DISPLAY MAP"
     
  12. BoeingBoy

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    Or you can use Webflyer - it lets you put in up to 4 legs. Just make sure that all bonuses and minimum miles boxes say "actual miles" or "none".

    Webflyer

    If you use Great Circle Mapper, you can also put multiple segments by stringing them all together, i.e. ORD-PHL-MCO-CLT-ORD.

    Jim
     
  13. drrstrav

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    Sorry, you are right: we need to use the old HP sign ins.
     
  14. Awa Native

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    www.nonrevcheckin.com has a zed fare calculator on it. If you go under US Airways, you can select which ever airline you want, the two city pairs and it will tell you the zed fare, the rules for that airline, and other information. You can change the fare to either employee, spouse, parent or child. If gives the details for each of the US Airways interline agreements.
     

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