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"SkyTeam Connect" to address "initiatives such as reciprocal upgrade policy"

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Old Nov 22, 08, 8:54 pm
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Originally Posted by woody125 View Post
10 participating Sky Team Airlines? I count 11 carriers as full fledged members. If AF/KL are viewed as one then that explains it. If not, which one is not participating?

jjglaze...how did we miss this and how did you find it? Are you a regular reader of the SkyTeam site? I guess I should be apparently!
I saw it on the ST site but figured it was already posted since I was off of ST for a period of time. I would think CO would not participate as they are headed out.
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Old Nov 22, 08, 11:23 pm
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Originally Posted by woody125 View Post
jjglaze...how did we miss this and how did you find it? Are you a regular reader of the SkyTeam site? I guess I should be apparently!
I go there when planning a RTW to look at destinations served. On a complete side note, that site shows Christchurch, NZ as a Skyteam destination, but who flies there?
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Old Nov 23, 08, 11:08 am
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I can't see complimentary upgrades being given to non DL flyers, as AF/KL, AZ etc dont' upgrade their own fliers (as far as I know).

But to use milage to purchase across the board and/or system wide upgrade certs. (similar to AA and OW) would make some sense.

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Old Nov 23, 08, 11:26 am
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Originally Posted by jjglaze77 View Post
On a complete side note, that site shows Christchurch, NZ as a Skyteam destination, but who flies there?
Looking at the CHC website, it doesnt look like there are any ST airlines or Codeshares.
http://www.christchurchairport.co.nz...neInformation/
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Old Nov 23, 08, 1:47 pm
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Originally Posted by AndyTLe View Post
Looking at the CHC website, it doesnt look like there are any ST airlines or Codeshares.
http://www.christchurchairport.co.nz...neInformation/
There is no regularly scheduled SkyTeam passenger service to CHC. Perhaps sometimes KE and some of the other SkyTeam carriers have had cargo flights there, but no regularly scheduled passenger flights currently.
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Old Nov 23, 08, 4:43 pm
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Originally Posted by GUWonder View Post
There is no regularly scheduled SkyTeam passenger service to CHC.
KE has served it in the past. Maybe it is seasonal?
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