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Using NonRev Pass After Resigning??

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Nov 18, 2004
Just wondering if anyone else has been in this situation. I have a few NonReve passes that are good for 90 days after the date of purchase. Is it ok to use these passes after I have resigned. Or is that considered illegal?

You should know the answer to this. if you have to ask...

The answer is of course no. It's against the rules, and can land you in a lot of hot water if you try it.
I think you might be arrested for it. Not sure. Could be considered theft of service. Try expalining that one on an interview.
I know of a twit that tried to jump seat after resigning and not handing in his badge on time, didn't work out too well as you can immagine. Bottom line, don't do it.
Public transportation is for jerks and lesbians...
You can use ID90s up until the day they expire (usually 90 days) whether or not you are employed by your carrier when you use them.

As long as you were employed when you bought them, you are OK. Just don't try to jumpseat or use your travel benefits on your own carrier after you are no longer employed.

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