Delta to charge PPR riders...

bailout

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Read it in the paper, and confirmed by several gate agents. BUT, no one really knows the fee structure! The paper said every flight will be a $50.00 charge, but most gate persons thinks its $50.00 per pass rider per year.
Well, that makes a huge difference..
Anybody heard the facts yet?
 

viper548

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I thought it was $50 per year including all the pass riders, but I haven't seen the details. It's still a great deal
 

mynameisjim

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I'd guess it's going to be similar to NWA's new pass charge system, where you pay $50 a year per person to passride, up to a max cap of $200 per immediate family (not including parents).
 

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bailout said:
Read it in the paper, and confirmed by several gate agents. BUT, no one really knows the fee structure! The paper said every flight will be a $50.00 charge, but most gate persons thinks its $50.00 per pass rider per year.
Well, that makes a huge difference..
Anybody heard the facts yet?

Bailout,

I spoke with Comair's Pass Bureau and according to them it's only $50 total per year and not per pass rider.

Ward
 

bafanguy

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The paperwork we got said, "$50 NRSA activation charge per PPR each employment anniversary."
 

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CAL charges $10 per leg plus the $2.50 security fee. A roundtrip on CAL is $25. I beleive my family spent around $500 last year on pass travel. It sounds like whatever you get it will still be better than what we have at CAL.
 

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read travelnet releases.......... once a year $50 non-refundable for pass-rider and all dependents.
 

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the nice thing is if u choose not to participate, the first time u check in on a machine at the airport, u can pay with yer credit card.


nice huh??
 
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