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US Airways employee travel and zed benefits


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theboss175

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Hi everyone,
I just recently started with US airways and I was wondering how are the zed pass benefits on southwest airlines and united airlines such as price for the pass.
Also I wanted to know the non rev employee price on intentional travel on Us airways. I know domestic is free if space available.


Thank You in advance.
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Go here

https://wings.usairways.com/uswings

Sign in, click on Travel US.
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Go here

https://wings.usairways.com/uswings

Sign in, click on Travel US.

I don't get my log in till monday
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I don't get my log in till monday


Both United and Southwest are Zed low carriers...which means we get the lowest price. International travel is free as far as the airfare goes but you do pay tax...and that can vary quite a bit depending on the destination.....Italy for exanple is only around $40 round trip whereas England and Germany are around $140-$150 or so.
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Ireland is cheap, too.
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Both United and Southwest are Zed low carriers...which means we get the lowest price. International travel is free as far as the airfare goes but you do pay tax...and that can vary quite a bit depending on the destination.....Italy for exanple is only around $40 round trip whereas England and Germany are around $140-$150 or so.


All depends on what the country taxes Americans. Mexico is about $65, Brazil is around $180.

Its nice to have a second passport! :lol:
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What part of "binding" do you not understand?

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Both United and Southwest are Zed low carriers...which means we get the lowest price. International travel is free as far as the airfare goes but you do pay tax...and that can vary quite a bit depending on the destination.....Italy for exanple is only around $40 round trip whereas England and Germany are around $140-$150 or so.


Thanks... So there is no flat rate on southwest or united because when I use to work at fedex it was 70 for southwest to go anywhere.
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Thanks... So there is no flat rate on southwest or united because when I use to work at fedex it was 70 for southwest to go anywhere.

Southwest used to be flat rate, it is now ZED. There are only a handful or airlines that are flat rate anymore and none are major domestic airlines.
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Thanks....
Also does anyone how much it cost to upgrade to first class on flight that has an open seat.
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$20 domestic, $100 international/Hawaii
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$20 domestic, $100 international/Hawaii


Thanks I can't wait for my 15 days to by.
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Not to bust your bubble. But..........a lot of carriers require minimum service, ie:3 to 6 months service, so once you get on wings check out eligibility.

It is a great benefit! Have fun..........
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