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Managing SA1 Vacation and Guest Passes Wisely
If you cancel/refund your SA1P and/or guest pass tickets from your previous year banks as opposed to changing or modifying the itineraries for future use you will lose the passes. If you or your guest pass riders are not able to get on a flight, ask the gate agent (when they have time) to change the flights or dates for you. Or the reservation can be easily modified on Travel US. Finally, as a last resort, you can call the ETL ((1-800-325-9999 option #2) and ask a Reservations agent to change the itinerary for you,
Useful Non-Rev Travel Tips
1. Prepare for long lines at the airport… do plan to arrive a minimum of 1 to 2 hours prior to scheduled departure for domestic flights and 2 to 3 hours prior to scheduled departure for international flights
2. If you have SA1 vacation passes use them, but book them before you leave for the airport… SA1’s can only be booked thru Travel US
3. Don't wear your employee badge or announce your status as an non-revenue space available passenger…try to blend in with flying public when you travel non-rev
4. When traveling to international destinations, travelers must follow all document requirements… be sure to have the correct travel documentation with you at all times
5. Be mindful of airport customer service agents working a flight and don’t pester them about availability or your chances of getting on
6. Don't use unoccupied computers at the ticket counter or gate podiums to check flights or your status as a non-rev passenger
7. You may list for non-revenue space available travel on multiple flights on the same day, but you can only be checked in for one flight at a time
8. Do list for the class of service you intend to fly in and if listing in First Class or Envoy purchase your upgrades before you get to the gate
9. Be ready to gate check your carry-on roll-a- board… always pack valuable or breakable items such as notebook computers, cameras, jewelry, etc. plus medications in your small backpack, brief case or purse
10. Don't ask revenue passengers to exchange seats so accommodate you and your family
or others while traveling non-rev
Dress code for nonrev travel
As a US Airways employee we ask that you and your guest pass riders exercise good judgment when selecting your travel attire. Clothes should be well-groomed, neat, clean, and conservative.
Pass travelers may wear casual attire, including shorts, blue jeans, sandals, and athletic footwear.
First or Envoy Class:
Pass travelers may wear casual attire, including blue or black denim attire, skirts, capri style pants, and sandals, provided it is well-groomed, neat, clean, and conservative. Unacceptable attire in First or Envoy Class includes t-shirts, shorts, jogging suits, athletic gear, baseball-style caps, athletic shoes, beach footwear, or flip-flops.
Want to learn more? Check out the Employee Travel Guide in the Travel section of Wings. If you have questions please email@example.com.
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If you are unable to access Wings or need to make changes to your personal information please email the human resources department atHR.Records@usairways.com. A staff member will contact you.