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Old Oct 13, 18, 10:00 pm
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Checkin Question

Never flew on a codeshare before. Booked on BA. PIT to JFK on AA. JFK to LHR on BA. LHR to JFK on AA and JFK to PIT on AA.
So, I have two PRNs. Iím just a tad confused. Thank you.
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Old Oct 13, 18, 10:03 pm
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What's the question?

If it's where to checkin, then the answer is with the operating airline. You'll have 2 PNRs because BA and AA are on different systems (Amadeus and Sabre respectively if I recall), so there is an entry in each
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Old Oct 13, 18, 10:04 pm
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What are you confused about? You checkin with the operating carrier.

People fly on codeshares every day of the week, in fact sometimes there are benefits in doing so.

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Old Oct 13, 18, 10:12 pm
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Ok, I understand now. Thank you.
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Old Oct 13, 18, 10:18 pm
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It seems to be a common question, I'm not a frequent flyer by FT standards, I certainly didn't know when I first came across this scenario. Thinking about it at the time, I realised it must be the operating carrier, because often they are in different terminals.
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