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Travelling in a code-shared flight

Travelling in a code-shared flight

  1. Anonymous

    Hey guys, I have a friend who is a UA pilot, and as usual he gets a free business class flight each year. This past March he traveled EWR-MAD-TFS and back, however the MAD-TFS in IB Business class. My question is, is it actually true that pilots from airline A (in this case UA) can travel for free in business class of an airline B (IB), even if it is a code-shared flight?

  2. Gaurav

    Sounds like you’ve answered your question if he could do it :)!

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