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Ek availability differs between qantas and Alaska
Trying to change a flight icn-dxb-yyz and noticed something I hadn’t seen before. Alaska shows only biz availability on the first leg, while Qantas sees first on both legs. Any idea what is going on? Can Alaska access that space if I call?
What carrier are you flying Kbryan?
If AS can’t see it, probably won’t be able to book it. You could try calling in to see if the agent can see it.
I would call. Neither website hasn’t been 100% accurate with Emirates and the married segments stuff lately.
[QUOTE=”Tiffany, post: 12195, member: 7″]I would call. Neither website hasn’t been 100% accurate with Emirates and the married segments stuff lately.[/QUOTE]
What is a married segment? I see that ExpertFlyer shows F availability on DXB-JFK (alaska doesn’t show), but EF doesn’t show F availability SIN-DXB-JFK. Am I out of luck?
Here’s a FT thread on married segments: