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Skyteam American and European passes

Old Aug 18, 04, 3:57 am
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Skyteam American and European passes

Does anyone know the booking classes for American an European Skyteam passes ?
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Old Aug 18, 04, 6:31 pm
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Originally Posted by halflife
Does anyone know the booking classes for American an European Skyteam passes ?
It varies from airline to airline, but on OK it's Y, and on AF it's L.

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Old Aug 19, 04, 2:49 am
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Continental Q
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Old Sep 18, 04, 12:09 pm
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Help with SKYTEAM European Pass

Can someone assist Pl’s - with just how, does the SKYTEAM European Pass work?
For example, hyper-linked to the SKYPASS site from Continental. In viewing the page devoted to the European Pass, conditions, et al. Continental is not listed? What are the costs for the “segment” and what constitutes a “segment”? It indicates that stopovers are allowed – can I assume - that is on the routing only? Or does it require another segment “pass”?
Called Continental International and they essentially do not know. Am attempting to take advantage of the BF specials to Europe in 2005, and would appreciate info on the Pass system? Assume I arrive in Amsterdam, want to stopover in Paris and then continue to Athens? Any and all help would be appreciated.
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Old Sep 18, 04, 4:21 pm
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Information on airpass / RTW tickets has not been updatet yet and does not seem applicable to CO/NW/KL so far...

But I suspect the following regulations will remain the same:
- You need a coupon for every segment you fly
- Every segment is being charged based on the miles flown
- Minimum 3 segments (and 2 stopovers)
- Taxes, fees and fuel surcharges apply
- Max 2 stopovers in the same city

Booking classes:
AF - Q
AZ - T - INTERNATIONAL
V - DOMESTIC
OK - L

So, you should do AMS-AF-CDG-AF-ATH-AF-CDG-AF-AMS (4 coupons) or AMS-AF-CDG-AF-ATH-KL-AMS (3 coupons as soon as KL is valid for Airpass travel).
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Old Sep 18, 04, 7:09 pm
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Originally Posted by rcs85551
Information on airpass / RTW tickets has not been updatet yet and does not seem applicable to CO/NW/KL so far...

But I suspect the following regulations will remain the same:
- You need a coupon for every segment you fly
- Every segment is being charged based on the miles flown
- Minimum 3 segments (and 2 stopovers)
- Taxes, fees and fuel surcharges apply
- Max 2 stopovers in the same city

Booking classes:
AF - Q
AZ - T - INTERNATIONAL
V - DOMESTIC
OK - L

So, you should do AMS-AF-CDG-AF-ATH-AF-CDG-AF-AMS (4 coupons) or AMS-AF-CDG-AF-ATH-KL-AMS (3 coupons as soon as KL is valid for Airpass travel).
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Old Sep 18, 04, 7:12 pm
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Thanks, for the info.

Appreciate your help. The SKYTEAM site appears to need a lot of updating.
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