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Need quick advice: How risky is this routing?

Need quick advice: How risky is this routing?

Old Jun 15, 18, 8:14 pm
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Originally Posted by LimeyFlyer View Post
....Also, if you are connecting UA to LH won't they interline the bags? If so, then geez, I would be down to less than 2 hours.

And, if your incoming is so delayed, then likely the outbound will be delayed also so no biggie...
Interlining if the bags is hardly the issue. If the UA plane is late enough that OP canít make connection, UA is not responsible for IRROPs handling of connection. To LH, OP has missed his flight. I donít think Iíd care if my bag was interlined to a plane thatís already left

As for delay of one meaning delay of other - thatís far from true. OPs LH plane might have clearing to land at ORD while OPís originating flight could be held. Iíve missed a few connection that left on time because my first plane was delayed due to weather hold. Doesnít even need to be a hold. I was on a flight diverted because of weather as we were about to land. Other plane took off on time. Trying to land at Memphis and we were diverted on approach to Arkansas I think.


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Old Jun 15, 18, 9:49 pm
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Originally Posted by Leemo View Post
Take a sick day ahead and fly out early to be safe. Assuming your work in the US, there are protections and if on that day, you call out sick, there are no retaliatory actions an employer can take.
absolutely not true. If you fake your sick day your employer could terminate you.
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Old Jun 16, 18, 1:40 am
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Originally Posted by Collierkr View Post
If you fake your sick day your employer could terminate you.
I think the bigger issue is that most of the members here don't have the kind of job where you just call in sick and get a free pass on work that day.
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