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Check in UA/LH codeshare

Check in UA/LH codeshare

  1. Anonymous

    I bought a ticket through United that includes travel on Lufthansa:
    Flight #1: US to Europe – operated by United
    Flight #2: Europe to [int’l destination] – operated by LH

    Flight #3: [int’l destination] to Europe – operated by LH
    Flight #4: Europe to US – operated by LH

    I have reserved seats with the respective operating carriers. If I check in online for flight 1 through united.com:
    a) will I be able to get a boarding pass for the LH segment?
    b) will united.com mess up the LH pre assigned seats?

    Thanks

  2. Anonymous

    Hi Bill!

    It shouldn’t mess anything up — worst case you’ll be checked in for your UA flight, then told to go to the LH site to check in for the next segment.

  3. Jacob McCarthy

    [QUOTE=”Tiffany, post: 13728, member: 7″]Hi Bill!

    It shouldn’t mess anything up — worst case you’ll be checked in for your UA flight, then told to go to the LH site to check in for the next segment.[/QUOTE]
    the only problem is that sometimes one airline’s RES number won’t work in another airline’s website, but it should work

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