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  • What do the terms [Interline Travel], [Interline Discounts], and [Nonrev] mean?

     Interline travel is the term used to describe airline employee discounts on air, car, hotel, cruises, and vacation packages. In the airline industry the term also denotes travel between airlines. So, when referring to employee travel, it means that an employee on one airline is traveling on another airline, usually at a heavy discount.


     Interline discounts and travel benefits are available for not just the employee...but also for their spouse, children, and parents. Airline retirees are also eligible for discounted travel.


     nonrev is short for "non revenue", meaning that airline employees don't generate revenue for their own airline when they fly.


     Here at nonrev.net, we've been serving the nonrev travel community since 1998 with airline employee forums, interline hotel deals, car rentals, and nonrev travel tools.

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    RickyTruong

    Southwest Nonrev

    Thread Starter: RickyTruong

    Hello Southwest Friends, I have a ZED ticket with Southwest; however, my question is when I listed for HOU-LAX sector on the 5:35AM flight. Some...

    Last Post By: offroader Today, 05:15 AM Go to last post
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    offroader

    One thing to remember is there is a difference if...

    One thing to remember is there is a difference if you are at the gate and did not make the flight or not at the airport. If at the gate, and get bumped, most likely you would get moved to the next...

    offroader Today, 05:15 AM Go to last post
    RickyTruong

    Thanks for your reply! Last time I flew from...

    Thanks for your reply! Last time I flew from DAL-HOU and could not make on that particular time. Agent told me to cancel my listing and make a new one. Just wondered :) Many Thanks !

    RickyTruong Yesterday, 05:25 PM Go to last post
    B737Capt

    Yes, you do get supposedly rolled over to the...

    Yes, you do get supposedly rolled over to the next flight, however, today's SWA is NOT even remotely what it used to be 20 yrs ago, a lot of the new agents just don't care so if a rollover is...

    B737Capt Yesterday, 01:10 PM Go to last post
    Migflanker

    Looking at the time I’m think you already know...

    Looking at the time I’m think you already know the answer to your question, but for others, and assuming WN operates like AA, if bumped you’re automatically rolled over to the next flight.

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    Migflanker Yesterday, 11:14 AM Go to last post
    RickyTruong

    Southwest Nonrev

    Hello Southwest Friends,

    I have a ZED ticket with Southwest; however, my question is when I listed for HOU-LAX sector on the 5:35AM flight. Some reason, that I could not able to made on that...

    RickyTruong Yesterday, 03:06 AM Go to last post