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Up In The Air / Re: Infant On Reward Ticket Master Thread
« on: Today at 04:13:11 PM »
Update:
The infant is ticketed.
They (UA) created a separate PNR for the infant.
Then, once ticketed (about 12 hours later), the infant was merged onto the adult PNR.
Can i ask when you are flying? UA only ticketed my infant a few days before the flight, and I'm wondering if that is across the board

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Up In The Air / Re: Infant On Reward Ticket Master Thread
« on: Today at 02:00:21 PM »
Ask the UA agent to create a ghost ticket, then add the infant on it and then put the infant on your ticket.

Fifth HUCA with UA worked! Still waiting for the email, but got confirmation code and cc billed.
If they made you a ghost ticket to book it, and then "attached" it I would advise you keep track and make sure your infant ticket does not disappear after the ghost is cancelled.

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Up In The Air / Re: Infant On Reward Ticket Master Thread
« on: Yesterday at 01:22:55 PM »
I tried to get each one to initiate a conference call. Neither would do so, although both said they would gladly talk to the other if called...
united did it quite willingly for me, but it turned out to be a waste of time... (albeit with some humorous value)

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Up In The Air / Re: Infant On Reward Ticket Master Thread
« on: Yesterday at 07:50:13 AM »
Both can do it with enough pushing. Can also get a travel agent to issue it and call united to associate to your booking. Alternatively go in to the airport an hour earlier and buy the ticket at the counter.
+1
I had the same thing with NH Miles on UA metal that neither could book, even after conferencing the 2 airlines on one call.
I ended up booking a dummy booking with a travel agent (found here on DDF :) and adding the infant to that ticket. I then called united and ask them to attach the infant to my ticket. At which point they said "oh no sir WE need to issue the infant ticket" so they did and we canceled the original infant ticket. (if you do this, make sure to tip your TA).
As a DP I tried to do tje same thing myself without a TA and was unsucessful 

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Up In The Air / Re: Random airline-questions.
« on: May 28, 2019, 03:26:47 PM »
I booked an award ticket with Aeroplan on TPA, the passengers has two last names and I put the first one in the first name section. TPA says they can't change because they didn't book the ticket and AC asks me to cancel and rebook the ticket in order to fix it. Cancellation fee is $100 cad...
Is it a real problem or the airline doesn't mind since the names are in order?
I Know AC in call center and in TLV gave me a real headache about it (they almost didn't let me on the plane) once I got on that leg UA didn't give me any problem.
DOn't know about TPA
It might be worth your time to at least call Operating airline and ask them to put a note in your file that names are mixed up (That's what got me onboard)

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Up In The Air / Re: Flying with infant
« on: March 27, 2019, 05:57:25 PM »
Anybody know the baggage allowance for a lap infant on AA LON - NYC? & once Iím on the topic does AA have a carryon weight limit?
It seems like only a diaper bag. They do not seem to have a published weight limit

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Up In The Air / Re: Flying with infant
« on: March 27, 2019, 05:09:15 PM »
It's not limited to babies- any time I have booked through chase (or any third party) I have been told for almost any request, "you need to go through your travel agent"

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Up In The Air / Re: Flying with infant
« on: March 27, 2019, 03:22:03 PM »
israelis tend to be looser about rules, when they feel like it. My situation is a little more complicated, I might have tried that, but hopefully, it is almost too late...

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Up In The Air / Re: Flying with infant
« on: March 27, 2019, 03:20:36 PM »
I also booked post expedia

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Up In The Air / Re: Flying with infant
« on: March 27, 2019, 02:23:35 PM »
Interesting, I did it through them a couple months ago....
I'm on hold with a similar situation- https://forums.dansdeals.com/index.php?topic=1864.735- will update when I (hopefully) finish
but a travel agent (pm for reccomendation  ;) ) could book it for you and you might be able to attach it to your reservation by calling the airline

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Up In The Air / Re: Ethiopian Airlines 737 crash. 150+ dead
« on: March 24, 2019, 04:47:09 PM »
Question: My flight wasnít scheduled to be on a MAX. Why has it been canceled?
Answer: A flight that was not scheduled as a MAX flight might be canceled to enable our team to cover a MAX route with a different aircraft. Our goal is to minimize the impact to the smallest number of customers.
am I reading this wrong? or is this AAwful customer service

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Up In The Air / Re: Infant Travel
« on: March 16, 2019, 06:11:59 PM »
just booked ANA award, flying on UA and AC. The ANA agent, after speaking to supervisor said they can only book lap infant for the 2nd leg (ac) but not the united. It's pricing out at 400 or so. United says they can only book their leg for about 200.
737 max making HUCA a pain, anyone know if this is legit? (I did this a few years ago and ANA was able to ticket the whole thing)

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Credit Cards / Re: Starwood AMEX Master Thread
« on: February 25, 2019, 01:59:16 AM »
yes, the dreaded pop-up i was not expecting was there.  Amex 3/24 ?

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Credit Cards / Re: Starwood AMEX Master Thread
« on: February 24, 2019, 04:24:38 PM »
I Just tried applying for spg consumer card for my wife and they told me I wouldnt receive the welcome offer even if I am aproved. She never had this card yet and last marriot sign up bonus she received was over 2 years ago and I closed that card a year ago already. And the last amex card she opened was like 3 years ago. Anyone else have this?

Secondly- I sent her the referral for an amex card. Is that an issue at all?
Just got the same message on Bonvoy Business, they added language based on # of accounts opened or closed. (FTR two cards opened, one card closed in past few years)

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Up In The Air / Re: Delta Skymiles
« on: December 30, 2018, 04:05:47 PM »
Is it true in order receive Delta Skymiles on partner flights you need to have a previous account with Delta?
If not you are limited to only receive miles fron flights within 30 days?
Yes, sad but true

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