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Hello, based on what I have read on this forum about “SSSS” in the U.S, I have a few questions about how you end up getting it. I had a delta flight booked to Rome, needed to change dates and times so ended up cancelling the Delta reservation and booking a ticket with United. Later (based on United reviews) decided to re-book my ticket on delta and cancel with United. Both my tickets are non refundable so I have a delta ticket and a united voucher. My question is could this get me SSSS on my boarding pass or on a sort of watchlist? I don’t know if because my name has been run by “secure flight” three times now that I have raised any red flags. Also, does delta have access to my united reservation?
Thanks for any help!
While the government does not disclose criteria to be placed on the SSS list I would highly doubt that canceling and rebooking flights would cause you to be flagged.
DL does not have access to your UA reservation.