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flyblo
06-15-2018, 07:22 AM
I've been with the company about six months now and I have a handle on non-reving for the purposes of commuting, but does anyone know a little more about non-rev benefits for dependents?

I remember during the AAG indoc they mentioned travel benefits on other airlines would kick in after a certain amount of time with the company, but I can't seem to find a list/timeline of when those would be available.

-When (if ever) can my wife non-rev on southwest?

-How does one go about listing for those - I've been using myIDtravel for jumpseat listing, but that's about as far as I've gone.

-If she can't non-rev, whats the method to purchase discounted tickets? I've played around with ID90, but all I can see are united flights and it says non of the travelers are eligible.

AAG did a great job of telling us what benefits we got, but a pretty terrible job of explaining how to use them. Any help would be appreciated!


flyblo
06-15-2018, 07:35 AM
I just saw the other thread....sooooo....

nevermind?