US Airways Has A Terrible Standby Policy: Things You Learn The Hard Way

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    I'd like to think I'm fairly in tune with what's going on in the merger between American and US Airways. Both because I cover it in great detail on the blog, and because I fly ~200,000 miles per year on the combined airlines. I get the operational differences between the two airlines, and how you can't book codeshare flights if you want to upgrade. And I get that the airlines are on separate reservations systems, which is the biggest hurdle remaining in the merger (and that will be solved later this year). But I was caught off guard today, which is entirely my fault. Because I made an assumption. And as my high school science teacher said "you know, an assumption is just making an "ass" of "u" and "me." The post US Airways Has A Terrible Standby Policy: Things You Learn The Hard Way appeared first on One Mile at a Time.

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